Fresh off their most complete performance of the season last week in a dominant road win over LFO, the Sonoraville Phoenix return home for another Region 6-AAA crossover matchup this Friday as they host Ringgold for Homecoming.
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It’s hard to find positives in a 43-0 loss, but the Gordon Central Warriors did show some promise in their Region 7-AA opener at Pepperell. They will look to expand on that this Friday when they host Chattooga at 7:30 p.m.
After two games on the road with a bye week sandwiched in between, it seems like it’s been a long time since Calhoun has donned its home jerseys. But this Friday, the lights will be back on and the stands will be packed at The Reeve as the team defends its home turf against rigorous region f…
Sonoraville High competition cheerleaders are back on the mats this year with new head coach Ginger Reeves and new assistant coach Taylor Kile. The Lady Phoenix opened the season on a high note with a first-place finish at the Pepperell Invitational this past Saturday, finishing ahead of sec…
It certainly wasn’t easy, but the Calhoun Lady Jackets earned a subregion win at home on Thursday as they were the last team standing in a back-and-forth battle against Bremen.
VARNELL — After a week off and then two fewer days of practice than normal earlier this week due to school being canceled because of Hurricane Irma, it would’ve been understandable if Calhoun came out of the gates a little rusty on Friday night at Coahulla Creek. They did the exact opposite,…
LINDALE — In the first Region 7-AA action of the season, the Gordon Central Warriors showed tenacity on defense and registered a couple of significant offensive gains early, but were soon overwhelmed by the quickness and play-making prowess of the Pepperell Dragons in a 43-0 defeat on Friday night.
The Calhoun cross country teams made it one of their biggest goals this season to go undefeated in their home meets, whether they be at New Echota or the Resaca Battlefield. They have now completed the first step in achieving that goal.
It is a Calhoun tradition that football players who excel on Friday nights are awarded stars for their helmets by the Calhoun coaching staff.
Despite a spectacular all-around effort last Friday night in front of a raucous, homecoming crowd, the Gordon Central Warriors came up just a few yards short on a two-point conversion that would have capped off a thrilling scoring drive and snagged a signature victory for the Blue and White.
The Sonoraville Phoenix completed a tough opening stretch of non-region tests last Friday by going 2-1 in games against Model, Cass and Dalton. But now, they shift their attention to Region 6-AAA as they head to Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe this Friday for a region crossover matchup at 7:30 p.m.
The Calhoun Yellow Jackets will certainly be well rested this Friday when they head on the road to play Coahulla Creek in a Region 6-AAA crossover matchup at 7:30 p.m.
The Calhoun Lady Jackets traveled to play in the Kennesaw Mountain Tournament this past weekend and went 2-2 with several impressive individual performances.
The Calhoun girls and boys cross country teams got a little preview of the course they hope to be running on in early November as they competed in the Carrollton Orthopedic Invitational on Saturday.
The champ is the champ until someone dethrones them. Sonoraville has won five straight area titles coming into this season, and that is the level Calhoun wants to get to in 2017. So they had Thursday’s match on the Lady Phoenix home court circled, and they made a statement with a two-set win…
Gordon Central has shown progress in their first two games as they are in the midst of a rebuild under new head coach Cory Nix, and on Friday night they got as close to a signature win as they have had in a long, long time. But LaFayette made a second-half surge from two scores down to send …
DALTON -- Despite a revamped, dynamic offensive approach, the Sonoraville Phoenix fell victim to the versatility and quickness of the Dalton Catamounts’ skill players in a 41-21 defeat at historic Harmon Field on Friday.
Gordon Central and Model put on an offensive display on Wednesday, and the Lady Warriors were the last team standing thanks to a game-winning double by Morgan Frank.
Coming off a clutch comeback win last Friday over Cass, the Sonoraville Phoenix look to keep their non-region momentum going this week when they travel north on I-75 to take on traditional power Dalton at Harmon Field.
This has been a season of firsts for the Gordon Central volleyball program, and on Tuesday night they marked another milestone off the list.
The Sonoraville Phoenix were looking for Friday night to be a grand opening as they played in their home confines for the first time in 2017 while also debuting their brand new video scoreboard. And a gutsy, comeback win allowed them to do just that.
CARTERSVILLE -- The Cartersville Hurricanes flashed its prolific aerial attack and ferocious defense on Friday, storming past the Calhoun Yellow Jackets 58-6.
The Calhoun Lady Jackets have had an up-and-down start to their season and much of that has been due to inexperience and injury. But over the last couple weeks they have started to round into form and get healthy, and the results on the court have shown it.
Fresh off an impressive road victory over Model in their first game, the Sonoraville Phoenix return home this Friday as they aim to protect their own house when they host Cass in a non-region contest at 7:30 p.m.
The Calhoun Yellow Jackets played a complete game last Friday in a shutout win over rival Dalton. This week they will need to do that again…and probably a lot more.
Sonoraville’s Kristen Davis kept the Calhoun bats at bay for the first five innings, throwing up scoreless frame after scoreless frame. She just needed some support from her offense, and in the fifth inning they came through big for her with a string of clutch hits that proved to be the diff…
The Calhoun Lady Jackets played at home for the first time this season and earned a split in their tri-match against Bremen and Cass.
While many of his classmates were probably on vacation, having fun or relaxing during their summer vacation, Sonoraville junior Tyler Hunt was most likely either on a mat, in a gym or working out and grinding to become a better wrestler. But that’s just a lifestyle to him.
After last Friday’s close win in their opener against Douglass, Calhoun wanted to get off to a fast start and put together a more complete performance in their rivalry showdown against Dalton. The Jackets did that, scoring 10 points in the first quarter to deal the first blow and held steady…
SHANNON -- The Sonoraville Phoenix leaned heavily on its dynamic rushing attack and stout defense to secure a 28-7 opening-night victory over the Model Blue Devils on Friday.
DALTON – Gordon Central traveled to Dalton on Friday to take on non-region foe Southeast Whitfield. Although, Southeast ended up winning in the end 47-28, it definitely served as a moral victory for the Warriors.
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The Calhoun Lady Jackets missed a few chances to add onto their run total, but their pitching and defense was good enough to hold off a late charge from Haralson County and earn a tough subregion victory at home on Thursday.
Calhoun and Gordon Central traveled to Fort Mountain State Park on Tuesday for an early-season meet, and each came away with a top team finish apiece.
The Calhoun Yellow Jackets didn’t look as sharp as they would have liked last Friday in their season-opening 17-14 win over Douglass, but there is no such thing as a bad win. And that will once again be true on Friday if they pull off a victory over longtime rival Dalton, whether it be by 20…
After sitting out of the action this past Friday, the Sonoraville Phoenix have spent the past two weeks gearing up to square off against the Model Blue Devils on the road for the first contest of its regular season slate on Friday night.
The Gordon Central Warriors showed a glimpse of how far they have come during last Friday’s season opener against Murray County as they battled back to take a lead in the third quarter, but they couldn’t sustain the momentum and finish things off for the win. That will serve as a lesson lear…
Gordon Central took a 10-1 loss on Tuesday in Region 7-AA play against Pepperell, and when many will look at that as a lopsided defeat, the Lady Warriors and coach Maddie Burns are hoping it is a lesson and experience that will pay off later in the season.
The prep cross country season will begin in full force soon as local teams get ready for the grueling 3.1 mile courses they will run all over the state over the next three months.
The defending Class AAA state champion Calhoun girls golf team was recognized prior to last Friday’s Calhoun-Douglass football game at Phil Reeve Stadium and also received their championship rings.
The Calhoun Lady Jackets had a stellar weekend by going 3-0 at the Dalton Lady Cat Classic at Heritage Point Park thanks to some big offensive efforts and great pitching.
In what quickly transformed into a physical, tightly-contested and primarily defensive showdown, the Calhoun Yellow Jackets strung together the right amount of dynamic plays from the receiving corps and disruptive plays from the defensive unit to grind out a 17-14 victory against the Douglas…
The Gordon Central Warriors were looking to see how far they have come in just a short amount of time under first-year head coach Cory Nix, and while the measuring stick didn’t come with a win on Friday, they certainly showed that positive progress has been made to this point.
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