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Woodland head football coach Tony Plott spent last week getting back to nature during his yearly family trip to Jekyll Island. Plott saw plenty of wildlife, including deer, sharks and snakes, but … more
The need for high school athletic trainers temporarily evaporated when sports came to a screeching halt in mid-March following the COVID-19 outbreak. Like with so many Americans, the past few months … more
In its first announcement since summer workouts began Monday, the GHSA updated its restriction on group sizes Thursday. But the change won't make a huge difference for teams that have already started … more
Four Woodland graduating seniors were honored last month for their contributions to the school's girls basketball program. According to head coach Kyle Morgan, they will all graduate as Scholar … more
One would certainly have a hard time finding a high school football coach in Georgia who is happy about the current restrictions put in place by the GHSA for summer workouts. And to be clear, Cass' … more
Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence is doing his part to help lead the charge for change in America.The former Cartersville High star has been one of the leaders in organizing and will be one of the … more
The Cartersville football team went through plenty of drills during workouts Tuesday at the school's practice field adjacent to Weinman Stadium. Some of those even involved players running in … more
Hands on knees, lying down and lots of sweat from athletes were clear signs that summer workouts were taking place Monday at Adairsville. But there were other signs, too, these ones illustrating that … more
Woodland graduating senior McKenna Trapheagen continues to reap the rewards for her stellar senior season, landing the girls cross country runner of the year honor from the Atlanta … more
Woodland athletes will be allowed to work out on campus for the first time since mid-March, when the GHSA ban on activities is lifted Monday. However, the only activities allowed will be conditioning … more
Alicen Pearson really wanted to join the Cartersville City Schools system, even if it meant not being able to remain a head volleyball coach at the varsity level.After spending the past two seasons … more
Crawl. Walk. Run. It's the natural progression of movement for babies learning how to navigate a world that's unfamiliar to them. But the terms also serve as the mantra for LakePoint Sports as the … more
Cass athletic director Nicky Moore and athletic coordinator Bobby Hughes spent a significant portion of the imposed break from sports preparing for how the Colonels would return. The pair did plenty … more
Over the past few months, there's been no shortage of questions and only a passable number of answers regarding the return to high school athletics in Georgia. Since in-person classes and sports … more
When Adairsville coaches and athletes are allowed back on campus together again for workouts next Monday, it will be cause for celebration from the Tigers. However, due to COVID-19, things won't be … more
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