"After Deadline" sports podcast - Nov. 20, 2013
The Daily Citizen's weekly sports podcast returns to a two-man group. Who likes some karaoke Stevie Ray Vaughan?
Prep roundup: Southeast falls to Gilmer in first game under Case
Jim Case isn’t the only new name Southeast Whitfield basketball fans will get used to this season.
Welcome to the Raiders, Ty Pendley. And welcome back to the court Rhett Harper.
Northwest Whitfield softball offering parents a ‘night out’
Northwest Whitfield’s softball team, winner of the past two Georgia High School Association Class 4A state championships, will host a parents’ night out from 5 to 10 p.m. Saturday at the school’s gym in Tunnel Hill.
New lines drawn
Dalton High School will be isolated from the area’s athletic programs and North Murray and Murray County are expected to have an official rivalry, according to classification divisions released Monday by the Georgia High School Association.
Lady Bruins’ Ashley Conner signs grant with UTC
Rarely ever the outspoken one of the bunch, Ashley Conner gladly accepted the role of just doing her job on offense and defense for four years on the Northwest Whitfield High School softball team.
She’s expected to do the same at the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga.
SE debuts swim teams in meet at Etowah High
Southeast Whitfield High School’s swimming and diving teams competed in the first meet in program history Monday, taking on Blessed Trinity, Creekview, Harrison, Sequoyah and host Etowah.
Friday Night Rewind: Dalton, Northwest Whitfield lacking key parts of offenses in defeats
Similar to the season’s start, Dalton High School football fans were wondering about running back Kelvis Rhodes’ status..
And like before, other running backs combined to fill the void for the Catamounts.
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.
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- "After Deadline" sports podcast - Nov. 20, 2013