First Team Defense
The Heritage Lady Generals put five players in double figures on Saturday and outgunned the Ringgold Lady Tigers, 69-51, in a non-region game at Heritage.
The LFO Warriors and Lady Warriors traveled down Highway 2 to face longtime nemesis Ridgeland on Saturday and came away with a pair of victories in the non-region contests.
The LaFayette High School JROTC Rifle Team faced Gordon Central and Cherokee in a an Area 10 shootout at Cass High School on Saturday and returned home with a pair of wins.
The Gordon Lee Trojans welcomed the Coosa Eagles to Chickamauga on Saturday and faced off in what can only be described as a good old-fashioned staring contest.
Alex Kelehear had 16 points and went 6-of-6 from the free throw line in the fourth quarter as the LaFayette Ramblers survived a 45-38 challenge at Northwest Whitfield on Friday.
The Gordon Lee Trojans trailed 50-39 entering the fourth quarter Friday night at Bowdon, but outscored the Red Devils, 23-7, and picked up their first subregion victory of the season in stunning fashion, 62-57.
The Oakwood Christian Middle School Lady Eagles got balanced scoring on Thursday in defeated the homeschool-based Chattanooga Patriots, 20-6, in a home game in Chickamauga.
It was extremely chilly outside of the Rossville Athletic Center on Friday night, and it wasn't much better inside as far as Georgia Northwestern Bobcats and Lady Bobcats were concerned.
The Heritage Generals won their opening match at the Class 4A State Duals in Macon on Thursday, but lost their quarterfinal match and dropped to the consolation brackets.
The Saddle Ridge Lady Mustangs got a season-high 18 points from Samantha Cramer and beat the Trion Lady Bulldogs, 45-25, in an NGAC contest on Thursday.
The Heritage Generals played host to Dade County on Thursday and held on for a 46-36 victory to put them at 11-3 overall and 8-1 in the NGAC.
The Gordon Lee Lady Trojans got 20 points from Emma McGraw on Thursday as they scored a 34-25 victory at Lakeview, running their record to 8-2 overall.
The Oakwood Christian Eagles began Thursday on a 12-2 run and ended on a 22-7 run to take down Cleveland Christian, 73-48, for their second win of the season.
One night after taking down county and subregion rival LFO at home, the Ringgold High School basketball teams both took one on the chin on Wednesday as they lost a pair of region makeup games at Calhoun.
Cole Kibler may not have been a familiar name to many in the northwest Georgia area when he took over the quarterbacking duties at Ringgold as a sophomore, but it didn’t take the strong-armed Tiger long to introduce himself to folks (and opposing defenses) in the area.
The Gordon Lee Lady Trojans gave up just nine points in the first half Tuesday night and claimed a 59-35 home win over North Cobb Christian in a Region 6-A "A" game.
Mary Ownby had 10 points, five rebounds and a pair of blocks as the Oakwood Christian Lady Eagles claimed a 40-25 victory over CAYA Tuesday night in Chickamauga.
The LaFayette Ramblers took another step towards wrapping up the No. 1 seed for the upcoming region tournament with a 59-40 win over Pickens on Tuesday night in south Walker County.
Ringgold's Lady Tigers got nine points from Taylor Layne and six from Baileigh Pitts as they held off an upset bid by the Lakeview Lady Warriors, 24-21, Tuesday afternoon at Lakeview.
The Oakwood Christian Eagles held visiting Ivy Academy of Chattanooga scoreless in both the first and fourth quarters as they coasted to an easy 33-5 win on Tuesday.
The Rossville Bulldogs held a slim 26-21 lead going in to the fourth quarter on Tuesday, but finished strong with 24 points in the final period for a 50-31 victory at Trion.
The LaFayette Ramblers continued their solid season by picking up a pair of wins at the Ringgold Winter Classic at Ringgold Middle School this past week.
The LFO Warriors and Lady Warriors had their chances for a sweep of visiting Calhoun on Saturday, but both teams found points tough to come by in the fourth quarter as the visiting Jackets and Lady Jackets completed the sweep.
The LaFayette Ramblers, who claimed the championship at the Whitwell Christmas Tournament the last time they took the floor just over a week ago, kept rolling on Saturday with a 62-53 victory at Coahulla Creek in a non-region game.
The Heritage Generals took advantage of some fourth-quarter foul trouble for the Ridgeland Panthers and pulled away late in the game for a 67-60 victory in Rossville on Friday night.