Prep Roundup: Behr finds his stroke in Vidalia
Dalton High School golfer Allen Behr shot a 3-under-par 69 during the second day of the Indian Invitational in Vidalia to lead the Catamounts to a top-10 finish in the event Saturday.
College golf: DSC fifth in tourney
Dalton State College golfers Tobias Ebner and Tyler Mitchell each shot 2-under-par rounds of 70, and the Roadrunners were seven shots out of the lead after the opening day of the Bash at the Beach Tournament in Daytona Beach, Fla.
Tee it up and sling it
When the Dalton Parks and Recreation Department opened a disc golf course at Heritage Point Park in 2009, the hope was that one day it would serve as a host for events as the sport grew. Now, that will finally happened.
Chris Stephens: The boys of summer ready for rec baseball
The emotions are far-reaching and played out all over baseball diamonds each summer. Fear. Anxiety. Fear. Anticipation. Fear. Excitement.
But honestly, I have no idea how my son feels about his first baseball season. These are my emotions.
Ruritan scramble will be held at Indian Trace
The 14th annual Spring Place Ruritan Club Golf Tournament is April 12 at Indian Trace Golf Course in Chatsworth.
First win proves elusive
The Georgia Rampage needed its defense to make one stop Thursday and give the offense a chance to win.
That stop never came, and the Florida Marine Raiders added to the Rampage’s early troubles in the 2014 X-League season.
The visiting Raiders won 55-27 at the trade center to drop the Rampage, Dalton’s professional indoor football team, to 0-3.
Prep Roundup: N. Murray’s offense shut down by Canes
North Murray High School’s baseball team may not be among the group tied for first place in Region 5-3A, but the Mountain-eers are sitting fairly comfortably in fourth place.
If the regular season ended today, that would still put North Murray in the state playoffs for the first time.
Tom Lindley: Tough calls part of the job for refs
Florida brings Scottie Wilbeken to the Final Four with championship hopes. Kentucky has Julius Randle, Wisconsin features Frank Kaminsky and Connecticut will be a tough out as long as Shabazz Napier has the ball.
Area prep baseball roundup: Bruins take two of three from Raiders
A day after Northwest Whitfield and Southeast Whitfield combined for 30 runs in a high school baseball doubleheader, pitching stood out more in the third game of the Sub-region 7B-4A series.
Georgia Rampage: Former Yellow Jacket catching on quickly
Jerrard Tarrant had not played organized football in three years.
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