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Not much has changed, even if Trevor Lawrence has diversified his visits on one of the most-watched recruiting tours in the country. “My top two are still Clemson and Georgia, but I’m still taking some visits and checking some things out,” … more
Adairsville midfielder Katie Lawhorn fired off a roughly 35-yard free kick in a Sweet 16 game against Jackson last May. The ball flew by the hapless keeper into the corner of the net, and, as assistant coach Lance Hall described, “You could see … more
The performance by the Cartersville High football team Friday night against No. 8-ranked Troup County looked as dominant in the stat sheet as it did on the field... 1:28 — The number of minutes of clock Cartersville’s seven first-half scoring … more
As the seasons change, so too does the alumni wrapup. Basketball season has kicked off with two former Bartow County players leading their European teams in points per game. Meanwhile, former Cass Colonel Sammy Rosario took home an individual … more
Adairsville alumni Vic Beasley Jr. recorded three tackles Sunday as the Atlanta Falcons beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 43-28 in a game that wasn’t that close. Beasley had recorded sacks in each of the Falcons’ previous two games to put him on … more
The Woodland High boys cross country team placed 17th at the Class 5A state championship meet Saturday in Carrollton, better than the team’s original seed. And while the Wildcats had a strong performance, particularly considering the team’s … more
The few minutes immediately following the Class 5A girls state championship cross country race in Carrollton Saturday must have felt like an eternity. The Woodland High team was awaiting its results, and in those moments of utter exhaustion, … more
Friday night’s Bartow County action transpired much like the season as a whole, with Cartersville winning, while Adairsville, Cass and Woodland fell short. The Canes, for their part, completed a perfect regular season with a 68-0 demolition of … more
DON’T PRESS SEND — Former NFL player and coach Herm Edwards’ words to young football players about the social networking service Twitter, “Don’t press send,” were apparently not heeded by the Troup players and students. Tweets … more
The Cartersville boys and girls cross-country teams put up near-identical efforts at the state championships in Carrollton Saturday, with the boys finishing 18th and the girls 19th in their respective 31-team fields. “Our effort that we gave … more
The Cass High football team once again had its work cut out for it facing No. 3-ranked Carrollton Friday night on the road. The Trojans showed why they are one of the top teams in Class 5A, as they defeated Cass by a score of 45-14, ending the … more
Looking for its first win in the season’s final game, Woodland had an uphill battle against Rome, the top team in their region. “I’m still proud of them,” Woodland coach Tony Plott said. “Never at any point in the season did they give … more
The Cartersville High football team earned its school-record fifth consecutive region championship Friday night in blowout fashion with a 68-0 win over Troup at Weinman Stadium. The win adds to a school and state record 25-game win streak. And, … more
With his season over, Eric Bishop stood alone on the beaten-up grass of Tiger Stadium. The state of the field, the million cleat marks crossing back and forth over the faded paint lines, told the story of another season in the books, another season … more
Cass High head football coach Bobby Hughes wants to set a tone with his Colonel program to play hard and physical every snap. That tone starts at the varsity level, but it also is important to instill with the junior varsity players. While the … more
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