Jamie Jones: Bracing for Impact
Here are the notes and news items from the week in pro wrestling: Fear not, John Cena fans. The person who you can’t see wasn’t actually injured during Monday night “Raw.”
Tom Lindley: In rough NFL, cleaning up language will be a dirty job
As I walked the sidelines of a professional football game, my ears were filled with a barrage of profanity the likes of which I’d never heard. There’s no use repeating the language here because no newspaper in the country would print it.
Extra innings: North Murray softball catcher Stafford signs with ABAC
North Murray High School senior Samantha Stafford already knew she wanted to study at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College (ABAC) in Tifton.
Getting to play softball there is a bonus.
Chris Whitfield: Morrow is just the latest area golf success story
With such outstanding private and public facilities around northwest Georgia, it is easy to understand the popularity of youth golf in the area and the success those programs generate.
Local standouts earn all-region honors for 7-4A, 7-2A
The All-Region 7-4A Basketball Teams include five players from high schools in Whitfield County.
Area prep roundup: Colts tennis wins again
Coahulla Creek High School’s boys tennis team won its fourth straight match to start the season, picking up a 4-1 victory at Cartersville in Region 5-3A play on Wednesday.
Dalton State men's tennis stumbles at home
Dalton State College’s men’s tennis team fell to 4-2 for the season with a 6-3 loss to the University of North Georgia on Tuesday at Lakeshore Park in Dalton.
"After Deadline" sports podcast with Sidney Wheeler (free)
The Daily Citizen's "After Deadline" sports podcast celebrates its first guest as Dalton High School wrestler Sidney Wheeler visits the show.
One to grow on
Dalton State College’s men’s basketball team never trailed against Tennessee Temple on Tuesday night.
With that, the Roadrunners finished their return season with one last metaphorical fist pump.
Prep roundup: Little things push Colts past Dalton
Coahulla Creek High School baseball coach Michael Bolen knows his team won’t overpower many opponents with home runs or huge strikeout totals.
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