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Prep roundup: Magic runs out for Lady Mountaineers in Mistletoe Madness
For the second night in a row, North Murray High School’s girls basketball team needed a 3-pointer in the final seconds, and once again Grace Phillips was down waiting beyond the arc to get a pass.
Prep Roundup: Phillips’ last-second 3-pointer puts Lady ’Neers in title game
CHATSWORTH — North Murray High School girls basketball coach Keith Robinette said that if Grace Phillips wasn’t so selfless, his team would be better off. And if she wasn’t so selfless, she might not have had to hit the game-winning shot Friday night.
Brown’s big year brings league honors
As Christian Heritage School’s starting quarterback for the third year in a row, Trevor Brown was likely to be central to the story told by the Lions this season one way or another.
By putting up prolific numbers and showing the maturity and experience expected of him, Brown made sure there were far more good moments than bad for the Lions in 2013 — and his teammates aren’t the only ones who will remember what he accomplished.
Prep football: All-Star games offer another chance for gridiron fight
Overseeing the best senior high school football players in north Georgia has been quite a treat for North Murray coach David Gann.
"After Deadline" sports podcast - Dec. 18, 2013
The Daily Citizen sports writers Chris Whitfield and Devin Golden are back for another week to discuss the ongoing drama that is the Coahulla Creek High School football vacancy.
Young state champs suggest good future for area soccer
Three soccer programs from Whitfield County — Dalton, Northwest and Southeast — dominated the Georgia High School Association’s Class 4A state tournament this past spring, filling three of the final four spots in the playoffs before Dalton emerged as the state champion over Southeast.
A Look Ahead: It’s beginning to look a lot like...
After a very boring past week for the local high school sports scene, with not much interesting happening — for those of you who haven’t had your coffee yet or didn’t follow the up-and-down stretch that Coahulla Creek’s football program went through in its coaching search, that’s sarcasm — get ready for the madness of holiday basketball and wrestling tournaments this week.
Middle School Roundup: Linder leads NH girls
Maggie Linder scored 19 points as New Hope Middle School’s eighth-grade girls basketball team beat visiting Gladden 56-23 on Thursday.
Hallie Brooker and MaLane Kyer each chipped in nine points for the Lady Kodiaks, who remained undefeated six games into the season.
Prep Roundup: Cats fall at home to Gilmer
Although the Dalton High School boys basketball team lost Friday night at home to unbeaten Gilmer, the team earned a lot of respect from the visitors.
“They’re the best team we’ve played,” said Gilmer guard Joe Bob Charles. “I knew that they had lost a lot of people (all of the starters from a year ago). I figured that they would have quick guards, but I didn’t know about their inside game. It turned out that they did have an inside game.”
"After Deadline" sports podcast - Dec. 11, 2013
The Daily Citizen sports writers Chris Whitfield and Devin Golden discuss Coahulla Creek High School's choice for the new head football coach and the All-Region 7-4A team.
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