Catoosa County Sports

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The Tennessee-Georgia All-Star Softball Classic, the oldest of the Stump on Sports All-Star Series, will see its 21st version take place this Tuesday night (June 19) as the annual doubleheader will begin at 6 p.m. at Chattanooga's Frost Stadium.

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The Heritage Generals’ boys’ track team relied on a team effort to turn in one of the best seasons in school history this spring, so it’s only fitting that earning the Catoosa County Boys’ Track Athlete of the Year award be something of a team effort as well.

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Maxwell Ford and Kaleiya Romero started out strong, stayed consistent for three rounds and bested an outstanding field of competitors to win the 2018 Evitt Foundation Ringgold Telephone Company (RTC) Junior All-Star at Windstone Golf Course this past week.

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This past basketball season, the Lookout Valley Yellow Jackets quietly turned in an 18-win campaign and captured the District 4-A regular season championship, all while being led by a 5-foot-11 guard that played much bigger than his size.

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I'm sitting here at my kitchen table pecking away on my laptop, quietly celebrating what has been an unbelievable day for prep sports in northwest Georgia, specifically for Gordon Lee High School.

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An outstanding season for the senior-heavy Heritage Generals came to an abrupt end as the six-time state champion Cartersville Hurricanes, loaded with several Division I commitments, sent the Generals back to Boynton with sweep of their Class 4A state semifinal series, 6-5 and 10-2.

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After finally making it past the third round of the Class 3A state playoffs, the Ringgold Tigers' quest for a state championship ended on Tuesday one round short of the championship finals.

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After the top two teams in the North Georgia Athletic Conference faced off in a one-run contest just over a week ago, everyone expected two - or possibly three - close games between Ringgold and Gordon Lee when play began in the tournament finals Monday at Frank Seabolt Field in Boynton.

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