DSC tennis drops two on road
Dalton State College was swept in men’s and women’s tennis matches Sunday at Tusculum College in Greeneville, Tenn.
Devin Golden: Area aims for multiple tennis titles in tourneys
Afew local high school tennis teams have had successful regular seasons and they aim for bigger achievements this week in the region tournaments.
Murray County’s girls are right there near the front of the Region 7-2A pack.
Middle school roundup: Eastbrook earns soccer sweep of New Hope
Eastbrook’s boys team earned a 2-0 win Thursday against New Hope at the Kodiaks’ field.
Region 7-4A soccer: No. 1 Catamounts lead teams to the postseason with repeat dreams
Dalton High School’s boys soccer team enters this week’s Region 7-4A tournament the same way as last season — the top-ranked, undefeated favorites everyone is gunning for.
Chris Whitfield: Miller finds the win he has wanted
Former Dalton High School standout Chase Miller has had four strong years at the College of Coastal Georgia, transitioning with the school as it went from a junior college program his freshman year to a National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics four-year school.
The one thing missing from his résumé? A tournament title.
Goodwin takes title in Run at the Mill female division
Cohutta resident and Northwest Whitfield graduate Dee Goodwin doesn’t run many road races anymore.
Prep roundup: Christian Heritage baseball takes win versus Murray
Christian Heritage’s baseball team earned an 11-0 victory Saturday in a mercy rule-shortened game at home against Murray County.
Whatever it takes
Northwest Whitfield High School’s baseball team has been successful this season. But at the same time, no one said success would be easy.
Several times this year, the Bruins have fallen behind early in the first few innings before answering with a rally to ensure the wins keep coming. On Friday, that formula delivered a Sub-region 7B-4A championship for the second year in a row.
Prep Roundup: Unbeaten streak rolls on for Cats
Replicating the start of last year’s Class 4A state title match, Dalton High School’s boys soccer team needed just four minutes to score its first goal at Southeast Whitfield on Friday.
The Catamounts scored five more — and again defended their crown of dominance in the sport.
Prep Baseball Roundup: Raiders out of hunt for the playoffs
Needing a win to keep Southeast Whitfield High School’s baseball season meaningful, Raiders coach Brad Lofton turned to a pair of senior pitchers on Friday at Heritage-Catoosa.
The seniors didn’t disappoint, but it was the offense and the defense that couldn’t come through.
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