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Fresh off an upset win over seventh-ranked LaFayette at Heritage High School earlier in the week, the Ridgeland Lady Panthers continued to heat up on Thursday as they went 3-0 at a quad-match at Chattooga High School.

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The LaFayette Lady Ramblers scored solo runs in the sixth and seventh innings on Thursday, but surrendered three in the bottom of the seventh as Gilmer pulled off the dramatic come-from-behind victory in Ellijay.

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The Oakwood Christian Academy high school soccer team came through with a hard-fought 1-1 draw at home against Apostolic of Maryville (Tenn.) Thursday night in Chickamauga.

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The Ringgold Lady Tigers dropped into a tie for second place in the Region 6-AAA North standings after a heartbreaking 2-1 loss at Coahulla Creek on Wednesday.

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Just minutes after Ridgeland got past LaFayette on Tuesday night, Lady Panthers head coach Richie Wood warned of the dangers of looking past Southeast Whitfield, a team that has won a game or two against Ridgeland in past years and generally given the Black-and-White fits.

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Gordon Lee's doubleheader sweep of Bowdon Tuesday night not only gave the Lady Trojans a two-game lead over the Red Devils in the Region 6-A standings, it also vaulted Gordon Lee over Bowdon to the top of the GHSA power rankings for Class A Public.

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With the Region 6-AAA tournament slated to begin on Sept. 26, and several postponed games still needing to be made up, the Ringgold Lady Tigers took to Hazel Brown Field on Monday hoping for a win that would improve their chances of a better seed in the postseason.

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The Gordon Lee Lady Trojans suffered a rare loss at their SCORE International Invitational on Saturday, but they bounced back in fine fashion to cap a 4-1 weekend with two impressive victories.

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