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Prep wrestling: NW Whitfield sees five qualify for state
On Friday, five local high school wrestlers won twice at their respective sectional tournaments to earn places in this week’s state traditional tournaments.
On Saturday, eight more joined the party.
Win some, lose some
Dalton High School’s boys basketball team took away all of the suspense on the court Friday night, earning a share of the Sub-region 7B-4A title with a 92-65 win over Ridgeland in a game that wasn’t close nearly from the opening tip.
The real drama came in the back rooms of the Cats Den.
DHS swimmers in shape for strong finish at state
Dalton High School swimmers Taylor Mathis and Ethan Young have won event state titles before.
Bailey, Bruins pick up down-to-wire win over Cats
Tanner Bailey remembers watching helplessly from the bench the first time Northwest Whitfield High School’s boys basketball team played Dalton this season during his team’s blowout loss.
Prep roundup: King’s 3-pointer starts late surge for Lady Bruins vs. Dalton
For three quarters Thursday night, Dalton High School’s girls basketball team kept pace with Northwest Whitfield.
Prep Roundup: Lady Colts’ early work holds out
VARNELL — Coahulla Creek High School’s girls basketball team scored the final 11 points of the first half Tuesday night.
In the end, that was the difference in the Lady Colts’ Region 5-3A matchup with Ringgold.
Devin Golden: Dalton-NW basketball game could decide sub-region's top seed
Last week’s winter weather made this week’s already-busy six-day stretch even busier.
Prep roundup: Lady Bruins clinch sub-region hoops title
Anything but a 3-pointer, and Northwest Whitfield’s girls basketball team had the sub-region title clinched.
That was the Lady Bruins end-game strategy Saturday, and they made it work.
Area wrestling: New and old storylines on the mat for locals
Southeast Whitfield’s Austin Allen and Dalton’s Sidney Wheeler facing one another has happened before — and may happen again.
A Coahulla Creek wrestler winning an area title? That’s a first.
Clay Thornbury winning an area championship? Another accomplishment that hasn’t occurred before.
And a Morris Innovative wrestler advancing to sectionals? Make it a trifecta of new occurrences.
Southeast Whitfield High School’s boys basketball team went shot for shot with Northwest Whitfield for a little more than three quarters.
Then the Bruins stopped missing.
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