A Look Ahead: Lions last of local football teams to cheer for
One remains, and that number could be a sad zero if Christian Heritage doesn’t gain some revenge Friday.
Middle school roundup: New Hope eighth-grade girls open with win vs. Dalton
Maggie Linder led the way with 11 points and six rebounds as New Hope Middle School's eighth-grade girls basketball team rolled to a 44-18 season-opening victory against visiting Dalton on Thursday.
Colts’ JV wrestling is winner of duals event
Coahulla Creek High School’s JV wrestling team competed at the JV duals at Adairsville High School on Saturday and finished first out of nine teams.
Ready to go inside
The days and nights are cooler, most area football teams have put away the pads for another year and Thanksgiving menus are being planned.
That can mean only one thing: It’s time to tip off on the high school hardwood.
Hilliard brings fuel off bench as Dalton State continues to roll
Anthony Hilliard entered Saturday’s game to help Dalton State College’s basketball team on defense.
He did a few things for the Roadrunners’ offense, too.
Former Catamount Matt Hughes earns status on web.com Tour
Standing on the outside looking in, former Dalton High and Alabama golfer Matt Hughes settled over his first tee shot Friday morning in the final round of the second stage of qualifying for the web.com Tour.
Murray County, Southeast Whitfield begin wrestling seasons
Southeast Whitfield’s wrestling team joined Murray County as the two local programs to begin their seasons Saturday, but the teams went to separate events.
Pacheco tops at Santa Dash race in Eton
Isaac Pacheco, a North Murray High graduate who now is a freshman distance runner at Dalton State College, easily won the second annual 5K Santa Dash in Eton on Saturday morning in 16 minutes and 15 seconds.
All season long, Dalton High School’s football team could say it hadn’t lost a game that would affect its championship dreams.
The Catamounts lost that privilege Friday — and, likewise, lost those dreams.
Northwest Whitfield's good season ends with loss in first round
Northwest Whitfield High School’s football team didn’t necessarily do anything wrong.
Carrollton did just about everything right.
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