The good new days
Game days and practices are a lot more fun for the Southeast Whitfield High School baseball team right now. Playing pepper along the foul lines is brighter whether there’s sun or clouds visible in the sky. No one is running through center field picking daisies, but it might seem that way.
It’s funny how winning seems to make everything so much better.
Save, score and win
Goalkeepers taking shots is rare in soccer. In fact, there’s only one feasible scenario where it happens.
Morris Innovative boys soccer reaches big goal with win
Two years ago, Morris Innova-tive High School’s boys soccer program won a single match in its first season of varsity athletics.
Last year, the Tigers were in the running for a berth in the state playoffs before falling short.
"After Deadline" sports podcast - March 12, 2014 (free)
The Daily Citizen's "After Deadline" sports podcast returns to talk about Southeast Whitfield baseball's hot start, Dalton boys soccer's current winning streak and contenders for The Daily Citizen's All-Area Boys Basketball Team and Player of the Year awards.
Area prep roundup: Lady Indians still perfect on tennis court
Murray County High School’s girls tennis team dropped just two games while rolling to a 5-0 win over Dade County on Wednesday in Chatsworth.
Area middle school roundup: Pioneers pound out hits in shutout win
Backed by a 16-hit attack, North Whitfield Middle School pitcher Grant Ogle allowed just one hit in a 16-0 win over Gladden on Monday at Murray County High School’s field in Chatsworth.
Tom Lindley: It takes more than talent to make a great team
The preseason guides for men’s college basketball proclaimed this as the year of the Kentucky Wildcats. No superlatives were spared.
Since the start of the 2013 season, no team has come so close to defeating the juggernaut that is Dalton High School’s boys soccer team as Northwest Whitfield on Tuesday.
Prep roundup: Raiders roll to another soccer win
Southeast Whitfield High School’s boys soccer team scored nine more times than Ridgeland shot the ball on Tuesday.
Dalton grad Rector earns national honor
Former Dalton High School basketball standout Amanda Rector was recently honored as an All-American by the United States Collegiate Athletic Association.
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