The first meeting of the season between the two Chattanooga members of the Tennessee Association of Vintage Base Ball will take place at the old polo fields on Barnhardt Circle in Fort Oglethorpe on Saturday, May 5.
Catoosa County Sports
Two former players and two members of the Georgia Northwestern Bobcat athletic support staff were honored with the department's highest award this past Tuesday night as four new members were inducted into the Bobcat Hall of Fame.
The Ringgold Tigers got four runs in the top of the ninth inning on Friday and put a bow on an 18-0 run through Region 6-AAA with an 8-4 victory at Bremen.
The Heritage Generals clinched the program's second region championship some two weeks ago, but on Friday night, they closed out the regular season by making a little history.
The Northwest Georgia High School Anglers Association's Angler of the Year standings have been updated through the Lake Chickamauga tournament on April 15 and six teams from Walker and Catoosa county schools are currently in the top 15.
Josh Cook scored twice and Ethan Demo found the net once as the Heritage Generals concluded their 2018 soccer season with a 3-3 tie against Cass on the road Thursday night.
The final middle school track meet before the start of next week's NGAC championships gave some insight into how things may shake down next Tuesday and Thursday at LFO High School.
The Heritage Generals scored two runs in the top of the first, five in the top of third and four more in the top of the fourth as they picked up an 11-1 victory at LaFayette on Thursday and picked up a 2-0 lead in the best-of-three series.
A bases-loaded single by Jackson Herrod in the bottom of the seventh inning gave the LFO Warriors a dramatic 7-6 victory over visiting Bremen on Thursday.
Tucker Windham carded a 72 to take low medalist honors on Thursday and led the Gordon Lee Trojans to a victory in the Heritage Five-Star Invitational boys' golf tournament at Nob North in Varnell.
The Ringgold Tigers got a 39 from Gavin Noble and a 41 from Joseph Taylor as they scored an 11-stroke victory over Trion on Thursday afternoon at the Windstone Golf Club.
LaFayette's Grant Langford shot a 43 to earn low medalist honors on Thursday, but it was the Ringgold Tigers who took the win in the five-team, nine-hole match at the LaFayette Golf Course.
Several athletes from Ringgold and LFO qualified for the Class 3A State sectional track meet next Saturday (April 28) after securing top-four finishes at the Region 6-AAA championships at Calhoun.
The Heritage Lady Generals, who sat in second place after the first day of competition on Monday, finished up in second place after the final day of the Region 6-AAAA track championships at Southeast Whitfield High School on Tuesday.
The Gordon Lee Trojans took their swings at the Christian Heritage Invitational at the Dalton Golf and Country Club on Monday and finished in fifth place with a score of 335 in the 11-team event, while Heritage ended up in a tie for seventh with Allatoona at 349.
The Heritage Generals, who won three events on the first day of the Region 6-AAAA track championships at Southeast Whitfield High School on Monday, claimed four more first-place finishes on Tuesday and went on to win the region team title.
Heritage High School hosted a Class 4A state tennis tournament doubleheader on Tuesday, but unfortunately for Generals' fans, the school will just host one match in the Round of 16.
The Ringgold Tigers jumped on the Sonoraville Phoenix for four runs in the top of the first inning on Tuesday and went on to an 11-1, five-inning victory in Calhoun to stay unbeaten in Region 6-AAA play.
The LFO Warriors got Tuesday's game at Murray County started with Bryce Donnahoo's steal of home and the Red-and-White continued to roll from there as they picked up a 9-1 Region 6-AAA victory over the Indians.
The No. 3-ranked Heritage Generals took a 4-0 lead into the bottom of the fourth inning on Tuesday before exploding for seven runs in the fourth and claiming an 11-0, four-inning victory over visiting LaFayette in Game 1 of the final three-game Region 6-AAAA series of the season.
The Chattanooga Valley Eagles and Lady Eagles continued their prep work for next week's in NGAC championships by winning a three-team meet Tuesday evening at LFO High School.
Will Allen (Heritage) - The second-leading scorer for the Generals averaged 11 points a game, 4.8 rebounds and 2.6 assists in his junior year to earn All-Region honors.
Later this spring, Heritage’s Cole Wilcox will walk across a graduation stage, get his diploma and get down to business focusing on the next chapter of his life - baseball.
After the first day of the Region 6-AAAA track meet at Southeast Whitfield High School, the Heritage Generals are leading the way on the boys' side, while the Lady Generals are poised to make a move to the top on Tuesday.
The Heritage Generals got a 41 from Chandler Burns and a 46 from Sam Johnson as they won a three-team match at the LaFayette Golf Course on Monday.
An eagle from approximately 130 yards out on the par-4 No. 9 hole at Indian Trace Golf Course in Chatsworth on Monday gave Ringgold's Gavin Noble an even-par 36 and sparked the Tigers to a 186-198 victory over Murray County.
The Lakeview Lady Warriors got five goals from captain Emma Leverrett in an 8-0 win over Trion last Thursday. Astrid Cantrell found the net once, while surprising sixth grader Anesa Merdzo knocked home two goals.
The Heritage Generals were able to get in five innings against Signal Mountain on Saturday and made them pay off with an 11-1, run-rule victory.
One of the more versatile players to come through the Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe Lady Warriors’ basketball program in recent years will be taking her talents some four hours west next season.
The Heritage Generals made quick work of the visiting Gilmer Bobcats on Friday, claiming a 5-0 victory in just over 90 minutes to sweep the three-game series.
Mason Burt gave up just two hits in a complete game victory and the Ringgold Tigers picked up a big late-season win at Lakeview on Friday, 7-0.
The LFO Warriors gave up a pair of home runs and a five-run fifth inning as they dropped a 10-5 decision to Haralson County Thursday afternoon in Tallapoosa.
Savannah Satterfield shot a dazzling 75 to lead the North Murray Lady Mountaineers to a five-stroke victory at the Heritage Lady General Invitational at Nob North Golf Club on Thursday.