Locals see a familiar face when watching the Braves
Morgan Williams knew — even before college — she wanted a career in sports.
The Northwest Whitfield High School graduate didn’t waste much time after completing college to make that a reality.
Loran Smith: Brits know how to hold classy affairs
HOYLAKE, England — Summertime is a royal time for the British, who have more sporting options in a six-week period than some societies have in a lifetime.
If you think the U.S. is keen on sport — with the NBA finals lasting into June and baseball and golf dominating the scene — consider what takes place in the land of our forebears. Wimbledon gets underway the last week in June for a fortnight of resonating excitement. Wimbledon is like Augusta National or Churchill Downs — a memorable experience regardless of who walks away with first prize.
Southeastern 7-on-7: Back-to-back for Colquitt County's 'Pack'
Colquitt County High School’s football team came to Dalton and won the Southeastern 7-on-7 Championship last year.
Southeastern 7-on-7: Cats lead local charge with runner-up finish
Dalton High School’s football team — known for its running game and physical defense — seems pretty good now at that “basketball on grass” stuff.
Southeastern 7-on-7: Complete tournament results
Results from the Southeastern 7-on-7 Championship.
A Look Ahead: State golf coming to Nob North
My history as a golfer can be summed up with some well-known words from 17th century philosopher Thomas Hobbes — “nasty, brutish and short.”
End of streak for Noll at Georgia Amateur
With the day’s low round at the Georgia Amateur Championship, Columbus’ Robert Mize claimed his first title at the Georgia State Golf Association tournament and added some hardware to the family’s trophy case.
Weaver the winner as touring series visits NGS
Randy Weaver was the big winner Saturday at North Georgia Speedway, taking the $4,000 prize in the feature race as the Ultimate Super Late Model Series visited the Murray County dirt track.
Dalton wins pool, NW and SE Whitfield have teams in championship bracket
Three area high school football programs have a chance today to become the first team from Whitfield County to win The Daily Citizen’s Southeastern 7-on-7 Championship.
Something for everyone
High school football coaches — and likely most spectators — can easily list the benefits of seven-on-seven football for quarterbacks, wide receivers and defensive backs.
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