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The college basketball season continues for former Bartow County high school players. In boys action, Cartersville native Adrian Rodgers is having a big season at the Division I level, while former Excel teammates Elijah Robinson and Rudy … more
Woodland has six starters returning and a team with the potential to do well this season, coaches believe. “I think we will do well as long as all our players come in, work hard and do their job,” head baseball coach Corey Gochee said. … more
Several college baseball and softball teams began their seasons this weekend, while others began their second weeks in action, and several Division I baseball teams start up this week. Many former Bartow County high school baseball and softball … more
Among the top wrestlers in Class 4A at this weekend’s state traditional tournament in Duluth, Cartersville High was represented on the podium. Cartersville junior Robby Earick placed fourth in Class 4A as one of two Canes competing along … more
Monday was the first day the GHSA permitted for regular season varsity baseball games to be played. Cass is wasting little time as they jump right into the season with a game today at home against Chattahoochee, the beginning of what Cass hopes … more
Adairsville returns six starters and four experienced players to help in its bid to return to the state playoffs this season. Head coach Billy Roper said for the Tigers to reach that goal, they must hold down scoring by their opponents, and he … more
Woodland wrestlers claimed three state championships and Cass one as the two Bartow County schools finished second and fourth, respectively, at the state traditional tournament held at the Gwinnett Center in Duluth on Saturday. Camden County was … more
For the fourth consecutive season, the Cartersville boys basketball team is the region champ. The Canes took down Heritage, Catoosa in a defensive struggle Saturday night at Southeast Whitfield by a score of 46-43. “We told the guys, … more
Cartersville got just what it wanted to open its boys soccer season as the Purple Hurricanes played a competitive opponent in North Cobb Christian and pitched a shutout. The Canes, who took a 4-0 victory, opened up a 1-0 lead in the first half … more
Woodland’s boys and girls tennis teams are young this season and both got off to a good start by claiming road victories at Rockmart on Thursday. The Wildcats defeated the Yellow Jackets 4-1 while the Lady Wildcats took their season opener by … more
There may not have been many people who believed the Adairsville Lady Tigers could actually reach their goal of playing in the state playoffs this season. After all, the last time the Lady Tigers went to the state playoffs was in 1958, a scant 58 … more
The Cartersville baseball program graduated 14 seniors off the 2013 team and 12 seniors off the 2014 squad, but still managed to make a trip to the state finals and the semifinals each of the last two years. Heading into this season, Cartersville … more
Several former Bartow County high school track and field stars are competing well for Division I colleges as underclassmen. Anna Hightower, Samantha Patterson and Blake Perry all were in action last weekend and each placed in the top 10 of their … more
The Excel boys basketball team held a 35-15 lead with three minutes left in the third quarter Wednesday in the Eagles’ first Region 6-A tournament game against Mount Pisgah at Excel. However, Mount Pisgah turned up the pressure against Excel, … more
Excel’s defense wasn’t up to par and too many of its shots didn’t hit the mark on Wednesday against Walker, and the result was a 48-27 loss to close out its season. Head coach Eric Harris said Excel didn’t play up to its abilities in the … more
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