The Calhoun High Soccer Program hosted its Youth Soccer Camp this week from Monday through Thursday for campers ages 3-12 years old. The camp was directed by Calhoun High coaches and soccer players, and campers were given the chance to learn and improve in the sport through instruction, dril…
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The Sonoraville Basketball Program hosted its Youth Basketball Camp this week from Monday through Wednesday for campers in first through ninth grade. The camp was directed by Sonoraville High coaches and basketball players, and campers were taught the basics of the sport through drills, inst…
The three local track teams boasted some incredible athletes and performances this past season with many being good enough to succeed on the State level in Albany.
It was an incredible season on the pitch for local prep soccer teams, and today the Calhoun Times honors the individual players that made it special.
Five local high school cheerleaders recently attended Cheer Hawaii Camp, and two from different schools stood out and were recognized for their efforts during the week.
The Sonoraville Lady Phoenix will have a chance to do something they’ve never done before on their home field this upcoming season...play under the lights.
The Calhoun High Track and Field Program hosted its Youth Track Camp this week from Monday through Thursday for campers in kindergarten through eighth grade. The camp was directed by Calhoun High coaches and track athletes, and campers were introduced to the different events in the sport and…
The Sonoraville Wrestling Program hosted its Youth Wrestling Camp this week from Tuesday through Thursday for campers in kindergarten through eighth grade. The camp was directed by Sonoraville High coaches and wrestlers, and campers were taught the basics of the sport through drills, instruc…
The Calhoun High Baseball Program hosted its annual Calhoun Youth Baseball Camp last week from Monday through Thursday from 12:15-2:45 p.m. each day. The camp was directed by Calhoun High coaches and players, and campers were taught the fundamentals of the game through drills, instruction, s…
CHATTANOOGA — For a quartet of recent Calhoun graduates and one recent Sonoraville graduate, the chance to get back on the pitch one more time as a high school player was not something they were going to pass up, and the five locals made the most of it.
CHATTANOOGA — The results didn’t go the way they wanted, but the experience was still worth it for a pair of local softball standouts who got one last chance to compete in their high school uniforms on Tuesday.
The Calhoun Basketball Program hosted their annual Youth Basketball Camp this week from Monday through Thursday for campers in kindergarten through eighth grade from 9-11:30 a.m. The camp was directed by Calhoun High coaches and players and campers were instructed on the basic aspects of the…
The Sonoraville High Cheerleading Program hosted their Sonoraville Community Camp this week from Monday through Wednesday for campers ages 3-12 from 8:30-11:30 a.m. each day. The camp was directed by Sonoraville High cheerleaders and coaches, and campers were taught the fundamentals of cheer…
Recent Calhoun graduate Adella Carver and recent Sonoraville High graduate Harleigh Chastain each had impressive senior seasons last Fall as they helped their team to deep runs into the Class AAA State Tournament, including a trip to Columbus for the Elite Eight.
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — There had been 16 previous Stump on Sports Tennessee-Georgia All-Star Baseball Classics and in none of the previous games had a player ever had a night like Cole Phillips had this past Friday.
The Calhoun-Gordon County Sports Hall of Fame has honored a couple powerhouse teams from the past over the last two years at its annual banquet, including the 1952 Calhoun High state-championship football team and the 1978 Red Bud High state-championship wrestling team. This year, they will …
Kelly Rule and Kayli Charleston will be the first cheerleaders from Sonoraville High School to receive an invitation to attend the Cheer Hawaii USA cheerleading and leadership camp this summer in Honolulu, HI.
The Calhoun High Cheerleading Program hosted their annual Youth Cheer Camp this week from Monday through Thursday for campers ages 3-13 years old.
The Calhoun Football Program hosted their annual Youth Football Camp this week from Monday through Thursday for campers in kindergarten through eighth grade.
Rodeo has been a part of Tate Thomas’ life as long as he can remember, and now rodeo has opened the door for him to the next chapter of his life.
The Sonoraville High Baseball Program hosted their Phoenix Youth Baseball Camp last week from Tuesday through Thursday from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. each day.
The Sonoraville High competition cheerleaders attended UCA Stunt Camp last week at the University of West Georgia. Kelly Rule and Alea Logan (pictured) were chosen as All-American cheerleaders, and the team learned some valuable techniques for the upcoming season according to head coach Ging…
The recruiting process has been heating up for Calhoun rising senior Davis Allen over the past several months as scholarship offers have continued to roll in for the highly-rated Class of 2018 tight end/linebacker.
School might be out, but local high school athletic programs aren’t taking the Summer off as several are giving back by hosting instructional youth camps.
The prep baseball season featured some impressive individual performances, and a couple local players stood out with their contributions throughout the spring.
CHATTANOOGA — It’s been a few months since the regular season ended for prep basketball teams, but three local players and one local coach got a chance to get on the court one more time this year as they participated in the Georgia-Tennessee All-Star Classic at Notre Dame High School in Chat…
The prep baseball season featured some incredible moments for the three local teams on the diamond, including some huge wins and stellar individual performances.
The Sonoraville Football Program hosted their annual Future Phoenix Youth Football Camp this week from Tuesday through Thursday for campers ages 5-14.
On Saturday, May 19 the Northwest Georgia High School Anglers Association held their Classic Tournament on Lake Chickamauga in Hixson, Tenn.
The prep soccer season ended a few weeks ago, but one local player turned enough heads this past Spring to earn a chance to put on the uniform one more time this year.
It was a competitive season on the diamond this spring in 6-AAA, and several players stood out to lead their teams to big wins. The top players from each team earned a spot on the 6-AAA All-Region Baseball Team voted on by the coaches which was released recently.
Gordon Central junior Jake Reynolds recently won the Amateur High School Bass Anglers’ Angler of the Year Award. Along with the award, Reynolds will also receive a $2,450 college scholarship. He also earned plaques for the Big Fish at Lake Allatoona at the tournament last Aug. 19 and for bei…
The GHSA crowned the best golf teams and individual players in the state on Monday and Tuesday during the two-day state tournaments at separate sites around Georgia, and five local teams were among the field competing against top competition.
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — The USTA today announced that Carly Briggs was named to the third annual USTA Junior Leadership Team, which recognizes America’s finest junior tennis players who exhibit leadership, sportsmanship and character on and off the court.
Sonoraville High senior Wil Walraven (seated, third from left) signed a basketball scholarship with Young Harris College (Young Harris, Ga.) on Monday.
Sonoraville High senior Tyler Lyles (seated, center) signed a baseball scholarship with the University of South Carolina Sumter (Sumter, S.C.) on Friday.
Coming off a 2017 season in which they showed progress in the right direction, the Gordon Central Warriors displayed that the arrow is still pointing upward with a solid performance in their Spring Game against Trion on Friday night at Ratner Stadium.
All the work they’ve put in this season has led to this point as five local golf teams make their way to compete in their respective state tournaments on Monday.
Calhoun High senior Erin Davis (seated, center) signed a track and field scholarship with Union College (Barbourville, Ky.) on Tuesday.
Calhoun High senior Bo Dyar (seated, second from right) signed a swimming scholarship with Berry College (Mt. Berry, Ga.) on Wednesday.
Sonoraville High senior Avery Hopper (seated, fourth from left) signed a baseball scholarship with Truett McConnell University (Cleveland, Ga.) on Wednesday.
Sonoraville High senior Blade Parker (seated, second from left) signed a fishing scholarship with Bryan College (Dayton, Tenn.) on Thursday.
The Sonoraville Phoenix brought two-plus weeks of Spring Practice to a close on Tuesday with their annual Spring Game, and there several positives but also multiple areas to improve in according to head coach Denver Pate.
Calhoun High senior Katie Kauffman (seated, second from right) signed a golf scholarship with Reinhardt University (Waleska, Ga.) on Friday.
Several athletes from Calhoun, Gordon Central and Sonoraville made the long trip to Albany this past weekend to compete against the best the state of Georgia has to offer in the Class AA and AAA State Track Meets, and multiple local competitors stacked up well.
POWDER SPRINGS — In an evenly-matched game, sometimes one bounce or a break one way or the other can make the difference. Unfortunately for Calhoun, that bounce didn’t go in their favor on Friday as their impressive season came to a heartbreaking end.