The Catoosa County Parks and Recreation, in partnership with the city of Fort Oglethorpe and the Catoosa Great White Sharks swim team, will host the 2019 Georgia Recreation and Parks Association Class C state swim meet on Saturday, July 20 at the Arlene Crye Pool at Gilbert-Stephenson Park (…
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Recent Ringgold High School graduate Gavin Noble endured a bit of a roller coaster ride during the 98th Georgia Amateur Championship this past week, but the future Coastal Carolina University golfer was able to make the cut in the 144-player field.Noble began the tournament at Ansley Golf Cl…
Saturday turned out to be a tough afternoon for former Ringgold High School golfer Gavin Noble at the 98th Georgia Amateur Golf Championships in Roswell.
Ellie Taliaferro of the Fairyland Club was the high–point scorer in the Senior Girls Division at the CASL 2019 Bill Caulkins City Meet at the Baylor School over the weekend.
Recent Ringgold High School graduate and future Coastal Carolina golfer Gavin Noble followed up an even-par round of 72 on Thursday with a 1-over 73 on Friday and is in a five-player group tied for 16th place after two rounds of the 98th Georgia Amateur Championship in Roswell.
Recent Ringgold High School graduate Gavin Noble is in a group of six players tied for 18th place at the 98th Georgia Amateur Championship, which is taking place at the Ansley Golf Club-Settindown Creek in Roswell.
The 2018-2019 calendar year in Catoosa County was one full of outstanding individual accomplishments by multiple male athletes on regional, state and even national levels and this year’s choice for Catoosa County Boys’ Athlete of the Year certainly epitomized that.
These past four years have seen Macey Gregg put her name in the LFO record books time and time again, leaving a legacy for future generations of Lady Warriors to try and follow.
The Georgia Northwestern Bobcat Athletic Department recently inducted what will be its final Hall of Fame class during its year-ending banquet in Calhoun. Five new members, including three coaches and two former student-athletes, gave the Bobcats its biggest-ever group of inductees for a sin…
True five-tool baseball prospects are becoming exceedingly rare these days, but scouts and fans could see an honest-to-goodness one at Ringgold High School for the past four seasons.
This past Saturday was a big day for the Catoosa Great White Sharks swim team, who captured the 2019 Georgia Recreation and Parks Association (GRPA) District 5 championship in Calhoun.Catoosa finished the meet with 951 points to best Calhoun (892), Pickens (776) and Gilmer (321) for the titl…
Fresh off his recent appearance at the Georgia Junior Championships, Gordon Lee alum Tucker Windham has made the cut for the third and final round of the 2019 Future Masters Tournament at the Dothan Country Club in Dothan, Ala.
Action in the rest of the 2019 Dizzy Dean state baseball tournaments began on Thursday and Friday night and play will continue through the weekend in several locations throughout the north Georgia area.
The Fairyland Flash maintained their place atop the Chattanooga Area Swim League's Red Division standings with a 494-247 win over the Cleveland Aqua Tigers in Cleveland on Thursday night.
While victories were tough to come by at times for the Heritage Generals soccer team in 2019, anyone who watched the Navy-and-Red play this past season had to come away impressed with just how hard the Generals played all season long, no matter the final score.
The 2013 Heritage High School Lady Generals put the school on the Georgia soccer map with their run to the Class 4A Final Four that season, setting a mark of success for subsequent Heritage teams to try and obtain.
The remainder of the 2019 Dizzy Dean state baseball tournaments will get underway later this week at several locations throughout the north Georgia area and several local teams will be in action, looking to bring home state titles.
Four local teams participated in Georgia State Dizzy Dean tournaments over the weekend and the news was not good on the home front as three baseball teams and one softball team were all sent home after their opening-round games in the single elimination brackets.
Ridgeland High School will host Chattanooga Football Club in their exhibition match against 30-time Guatemalan champion CSD Municipal on Sunday, June 30 at 6 p.m.
Team Georgia could not get enough offense going on Wednesday night as they dropped both ends of the 22nd Annual Tennessee-Georgia All-Star Softball Classic at Chattanooga's Frost Stadium.
After battling back from Monday's opening round of 80 by shooting a 2-under-par 70 to make the cut, recent Gordon Lee graduate Tucker Windham took a step backward in Wednesday's final round of the 53rd Georgia Junior Championship at the Augusta Country Club.
Choosing the top track athletes in the local area continues to be a tough assignment as athletes continue to improve each and every year and the 2019 season was no exception, especially when it came to the Catoosa County Girls’ Track Athlete of the Year award.
Two more local teams won Dizzy Dean District 1 baseball championships on Monday night, while a third area team was eliminated just one game away from punching a ticket to the finals.
Eight different swimmers piled up 17 points apiece and the Fairyland Flash made it a three-way tie for first place in the Chattanooga Area Swim League's Red Division with a 395-319 home victory over Calhoun on Monday night.
Brewton-Parker College in Mount Vernon, Ga. is very quietly building a solid NAIA wrestling program and the Barons got a little stronger this past Friday as they signed recent Heritage graduate Seth Ingle.
The Catoosa Great White Sharks put up another tremendous fight on Thursday night, but could not overcome the Dalton Dolphins, who got past the Sharks, 433-361, in a Chattanooga Area Swim League Blue Division meet in the Carpet Capital.
This year's Tennessee-Georgia All-Star Baseball Classic may have had a new name, but the game provided its usual exciting moments as recent graduates from the southeast Tennessee area took on their counterparts from northwest Georgia in the 18th annual diamond showcase on Thursday night.
Recent high school graduates from southeast Tennessee and northwest Georgia will face off at Ridgeland High School on Thursday night in the Stump Martin Memorial All-Star Baseball Classic.
The Fairyland Flash suffered its first defeat in Chattanooga Area Swim League action on Monday with a 481-280 loss to Chattanooga Golf and Country Club.
Dizzy Dean Georgia crowned a pair of District 1 baseball champions on Monday night, while five more District 1 tournaments will get going later this week.
Recent Ringgold High School graduate Mathis Coley is headed to Wyoming next month for the National High School Finals Rodeo after his recent state championship title win in Perry, Ga.
It wasn't too long ago when the northwest Georgia area golf community was beaming about a bumper crop of top-notch youth golfers who were honing their games and winning on the junior circuits.
Although there are still 18 pressure-packed holes left to be played, it's beginning to look like youth will be served at the 83rd Chicken Dinner Tournament at the LaFayette Golf Course.
The Fairyland Flash improved to 2-0 in the Chattanooga Area Swim League's Red Division after a 461-300 victory at Red Bank on Thursday. The Flash are now 2-0 and are scheduled to swim at Chattanooga Golf and Country Club on Monday.
Luke Coyle turned in a three-day total of 11-under-par (202) to win the boys' division of the 16th annual AJGA/Evitt Foundation Ringgold Telephone Company (RTC) Junior All-Star at Windstone Golf Club this week.
Recent Heritage High School graduate Nolan Letzgus has been selected in the 34th round of the 2019 Major League Baseball Draft by the Chicago Cubs.
Ringgold's Andre Tarver spent time last summer playing in the Under Armour High School All-American Game at Chicago's historic Wrigley Field and he has spent the past two weeks since graduation working out for Major League Baseball scouts in hopes of realizing a dream and hearing his name ca…