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Mikaela Jackson, 10, is Georgia’s new runner-up in the girls free throw shooting contest for the 10-to-11-year-old division. The Euharlee Elementary student was tied for the state’s best after shooting the regulation 25 free throws and … more
Woodland rapped out a dozen hits but it wasn’t enough as it lost a shootout against LaGrange on Friday night, 9-8, in baseball. The Wildcats played catchup successfully much of the game, coming back from 5-0 and 7-6 deficits, but they ran out … more
Friday night’s game at the Cartersville soccer complex was a typical hard-fought, physical match between rivals Cartersville and Cass. In the end, Cass freshman Carlos Perez’s goal just before stoppage time proved to be the difference in the … more
Woodland picked up two victories in doubles play and one at the singles line to defeat South Paulding, 3-2, in boys high school tennis play Friday. The win improved the Wildcats’ record to 3-0 on the season, and head coach Kevin Tant said he … more
Paxton Thompson and Marissa Mowry scored two goals each, and Cartersville overpowered a young Cass team, 5-0, in high school girls soccer action Friday night. The Lady Purple Hurricanes took a 1-0 lead in the first half and scored four goals in … more
The Adairsville boys soccer team improved to 3-1 on the season as the Tigers defeated Trion Thursday night by a score of 3-1. Danny Carillo scored two goals, while Joseph Pacheco scored a goal and had an assist. Danny Gonzalez and Gabe … more
Woodland played Sprayberry in tennis for the first time Thursday, and the result was victories by both the girls and boys high school teams. Both teams claimed 5-0 victories and improved to 2-0 on the season. Beth Heath, Woodland girls coach, … more
Adairsville has been getting a lot of offensive work in while stacking up some early season victories on the soccer field. That was the case once again on Thursday for the Lady Tigers, who shut out Trion, 8-0, at home in girls high school action. … more
The playoffs are approaching for former Bartow County high school players in college. Chattahoochee Tech begins its conference tournament Feb. 28, and former Canes Ryan Davis, A.J. Mosby and Corey Tobin each had big games last week. They … more
For those who were brave enough to weather the rain and the wind, there was plenty of baseball to be seen Wednesday at LakePoint. Six high school and three college games were played in Emerson Wednesday, and from 3 to 9 p.m, Georgia Highlands, … more
Kyla Michienzi and Stephanie Robledo scored two goals each to help lead Cass to its second mercy-rule victory in a week’s time in girls high school soccer play. The Lady Colonels defeated Temple in a game that saw Cass score 10 goals by late in … more
The third annual Think Gymnastics Invitational attracted 60 gymnasts competing in Level 1-7 and Xcel divisions bronze, silver and gold. According to Lisa Spaulding, Stingray Allstar Gymnastics, high scorers were: Level 1: Emori Byars, 9.3 on … more
The Georgia Highlands baseball team continues to pitch and play strong defense through the first 13 games of the season. The Chargers wrapped up their weekend with a game Sunday, defeating St. Louis Community College by a score of 2-1 at … more
Bartow County college softball players are nearing conference play, and several of their teams played in tournaments against high-caliber competition to prepare for that important part of their seasons. Bethany Ballard (Armstrong State University … more
2016 football schedules will not be officially set until March, but teams already have their schedules lined up. For Cartersville fans, the schedule next season should provide for plenty of exciting football games early in the nonregion … more
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