Not what they wanted
WHITE — Northwest Whitfield High School senior Mallory Souther took what might have been the prettiest shot of Wednesday’s Region 7-4A girls basketball championship.
Dalton boys finish third in Region 7-4A
WHITE — No, Dalton High School’s boys basketball team didn’t play well in Tuesday’s Region 7-4A semifinals loss to River Ridge.
Tom Lindley: Rule change would make major impact on college football
The NCAA Football Rules Committee will take a hard look at a simple question when it meets on March 6: More plays or less?
Registration open for Georgia Four-Ball Championship
Registration is open for the 43rd edition of the Georgia Four-Ball Championship, which will be held April 25-27 at Cartersville Country Club.
A real game-changer
WHITE — Northwest Whitfield High School’s girls basketball team needed a defensive stop to force overtime in the semifinals Tuesday at the Region 7-4A tournament.
That one stop led to many more.
Prep Roundup: Lady ’Neers finish third; boys fourth
After big losses Monday night in the Region 5-3A semifinals, both North Murray High School basketball teams wanted better results in their final games at the tournament.
Tuesday afternoon at Cartersville High School, the Lady Mountaineers did that by holding Ringgold to just four points in the fourth quarter en route to a 36-31 victory in the girls’ third-place game. North Murray’s boys didn’t have the same success after Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe finally got hot from the outside in a 54-49 victory for the Warriors.
Youth basketball tournaments here
The Whitfield County Recreation De-partment will host Georgia Recreation and Park Association all-star youth basketball tournaments starting this week at Dalton State College facilities.
Ticket to state
Northwest Whitfield High School’s girls basketball team returns to the Class 4A state tournament for a second straight year.
The only difference this year is the boys team won’t be joining them.
North Murray teams playing for No. 3 seed
Both North Murray High School basketball coaches are happy their teams play again before the state tournament begins.
Because they, as boys coach Tim Ellis said, “want to get this (bad) taste” out their mouths from Monday’s disappointing showings as quickly as possible.
DHS JV soccer wins vs. Coahulla Creek
Dalton’s junior varsity soccer team scored three goals early and the defense held Coahulla Creek scoreless in a 3-0 Catamounts victory Monday night in Varnell in the season opener for both teams.
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