Youth Sports

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Two local youth state champion teams were recognized on Tuesday night at the Gordon County Commission Meeting. The Gordon County 8-under Girls All-Stars (pictured first) who won the GRPA Coach Pitch State Softball Championship, and the Gordon County 8-under Boys All-Stars (pictured second) w…

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Gordon County Sheriff Mitch Ralston and the Sheriff’s Auxiliary hosted their annual Football Clinic on Saturday at the Calhoun Rec Dept. Football Field for players ages 6-13 with special guests, local coaches and players and others instructing.

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The Sonoraville 8-under Phoenix All-Stars have been together al-most two months since the end of the regular season at the Gordon County Parks and Rec, and they have worked hard since starting the All-Star season to reach their potential. That work paid off on Friday night as they can now ca…

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Wrestling is a sport in which the success a person has is a direct reflection of the amount of work and time they put into it. For Cole Hunt, this Summer has shown how hard he’s worked and how dedicated he is to wrestling.

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The word of the week was improvement at Calhoun Youth Softball Camp as the Lady Jackets program got an opportunity to work with younger players at getting better in several different areas.

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The Sonoraville High football coaches and players got a chance to work with a big group of youngsters that could be wearing the red and white in the future as the program hosted its annual Future Phoenix Football Camp this week.

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The Calhoun Gold All-Stars competed well in last week’s Georgia Recreation and Parks Association Class A/B Flea Coach Pitch (8-under) State Tournament and came away with a second-place finish after a hard-fought battle in the championship game against Cartersville.

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The Gordon County Sheriff’s Auxiliary and Sheriff Mitch Ralston hosted their annual Football Clinic on Saturday, and a big crowd of youth football players turned out for some fun and learning.

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Gordon Central head softball coach Maddie Monroe and the Lady Warriors Softball program hosted a youth camp last week for the first time for players from rising first to rising eighth-graders. The camp went from Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. each day.

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The 12-year-old TYP Outlaws, a local travel baseball team based out of The Yard hitting facility in Calhoun, went to Cooperstown, New York last week to test themselves against some of the best competition in the country, and they came away as champions.

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