Doug Hawley: Still some miles left to be run
Frankly, I am fortunate to be here today. On Feb. 16, a Sunday afternoon, my girlfriend Jane Jones and I were playing cards at her home in Hixson, Tenn. Suddenly, nausea struck me.
The next thing I knew, Jane was shaking me. Had I just fallen asleep? Not quite.
DSC inks Class A state cross country champ
Gordon Lee High School senior Dylan Smith signed with Dalton State College’s men’s cross country team this past week in Chickamauga.
Rampage add to roster
The Georgia Rampage aren’t settling for their current roster, adding a former NFL prospect to the lineup.
DSC women’s tennis sweeps
Dalton State College’s women’s tennis team won 5-0 against the Northwestern College Red Raiders on Friday at the Professional Tennis Registry’s Spring TennisFest Tournament in Hilton Head, S.C. Inclement weather forced the match to stop before the last four singles matches concluded.
Catamounts remain in control
Dalton High School’s boys soccer team defended its winning streak and No. 1 ranking while earning county bragging rights again by defending for 80 minutes.
Prep roundup: Scoreless match offers benefits for NW Whit and Coahulla
Both North-west Whitfield boys soccer coach Ryan Scoggins and Coahulla Creek coach Eric Parker got exactly what they wanted Friday night when their teams clashed at Bruin Stadium.
The one thing neither got was a win. But they didn’t get losses either.
Granger adds familiar sports to coaching duties at North Murray
By the time he is done with his teaching and coaching career, there is a good chance that North Murray High School’s Steve Granger will have worked with every sport Georgia high schools have to offer.
Calhoun's big for Class 2A basketball title comes up short
Isaiah Wilkins scored 29 points to lead undefeated Greater Atlanta Christian to a 58-55 win over Calhoun in the Georgia High School Association’s Class 2A boys state championship game on Friday at the Macon Coliseum.
Prep Roundup: A little bit of momentum
Neither Dalton High School baseball coach Shane Ramsey nor North Murray coach David Redmond has had much reason to complain about their offensive production this season.
Defense is another matter.
Prep football: Cats will kick off in Alabama
Faced with a scheduling quandary after going through three different rounds of region realignment by the Georgia High School Association, Dalton High School football coach Matt Land relied on his Auburn University ties.
Land said the Catamounts will kick off the 2014 football season taking on a team coached by a former teammate of his with the Tigers.
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