The Ringgold Lady Tigers hosted Fannin County and Southeast Whitfield on Thursday and earned a sweep of the tri-match.
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Lakeview’s Lady Warriors got a combined shutout from Britni Newbille and Heidi Johnson in an 8-0 non-league victory over Westside on Friday.
The LFO Warriors got big plays in all three facets of the game and left Don Patterson Field with a 35-17 victory over Region 6-AAA and Catoosa County rival Ringgold on Friday night.
A big NGAC cross-division clash went the way of the home team Thursday afternoon as the Ringgold Tigers scored a 46-8 win over Heritage at Don Patterson Field.
The Gordon Lee Lady Trojans, ranked No. 2 in the latest Class 1A/2A Public School poll, picked up a big win over (Class 4A) No. 8-ranked Northwest Whitfield, 26-24 and 25-19, Thursday night at Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe.
The LFO Lady Warriors fell behind 5-0 after four innings, attempted a rally, but came up short in a 5-3 home loss to Coahulla Creek on Thursday afternoon. All three of the Lady Warriors’ runs came in the bottom of the fifth inning.
The No. 4-ranked Heritage Generals scored five times in the bottom of the first inning and went on to a 9-0 win over No. 2-ranked Northwest Whitfield in a crucial Region 6-AAAA game in Boynton.
The Ringgold Lady Tigers, the new No. 1-ranked team in Class 3A, completed an unbeaten run through the Region 6-AAA regular season with a 5-2 victory over No. 10-ranked Haralson County in Tallapoosa on Thursday.
Gordon Lee's Gracie O'Neal recorded another dominant win on Tuesday as she took the girls' individual title in the second North Georgia Cross Country League meet of the year at Edwards Park in Dalton.
The Ringgold Lady Tigers improved to 18-14 overall on the season on Tuesday night, but more importantly, they clinched the No. 1 seed for next month's Region 6-AAA tournament as they swept Murray County and Coahulla Creek in straight sets in Chatsworth.
Ringgold’s varsity Lady Tigers needed just two sets to get past Chattanooga Valley in a Tuesday afternoon match in Flintstone, 25-11 and 25-22.
The Ringgold Lady Tigers celebrated Senior Night on Tuesday and continued their stellar play with an 8-0 victory over Murray County. It was the 12th consecutive victory for Ringgold.
The LFO Lady Warriors got a two-hit shutout from Haley Stahl and picked up an important 2-0 victory over visiting Sonoraville on Tuesday. Stahl finished the game with three strikeouts in the shutout.
The Heritage Generals put up seven runs in the first inning and matched it with seven runs in the third inning as they walloped Southeast Whitfield, 17-3, in a Region 6-AAAA contest in Dalton on Tuesday.
The Heritage Lady Generals evened up their Region 6-AAAA record at 1-1 after powering past Southeast Whitfield, 25-16 and 25-8, during a match at Heritage on Tuesday.
Gordon Lee scored a run in the top of the fifth inning, but saw host Lakeview answer with a four-spot in the bottom of the inning to take a 4-1 victory at home on Tuesday.
Four of the area’s six competition cheerleading squads were in action for the first time on Saturday and two local teams took home first-place trophies.
After splitting a pair of games at the SCORE International Invitational on Friday, the Heritage Generals lost two tough games on Saturday to fall to 13-6 overall on the season.
The Ringgold Tigers led 17-10 at halftime on Friday night, but gave up 35 unanswered points in the second half as they dropped their Region 6-AAA opener to North Murray, 45-17, Friday night in Chatsworth.
The Heritage Generals saw their season-opening three-game winning streak come to a close on Friday night as they dropped a 20-13 road decision to Pepperell in Lindale.
The Gordon Lee Lady Trojans erased an early 3-0 deficit with 12 unanswered runs in a 12-3 victory over Westside on Friday afternoon in Chickamauga.
The Gordon Lee Lady Trojans scored three times in the bottom of the first inning and added six more runs in the bottom of the fourth to blow out Woodland-Cartersville, 9-0, in their opening game of the SCORE International Invitational at Warner Park on Friday.
The Ringgold High School competition cheerleading squad will head to Pepperell this Saturday for their first competition of the season and it will be something of a new experience for head coach Anna Crisp.
A veteran squad added to the trophy case for the Heritage High School competition cheerleading team last season with another Region 6-AAAA title.
There will be a new, but familiar face on the edge of the mats for the LFO High School competition cheerleading squad this fall as Coach Elizabeth Willis is back to lead the Red-and-White.
A total of 330 runners representing 16 different schools from three separate states converged in Boynton on Thursday for a huge middle school cross country meet.
Bailey Christol provided the walk-off hit in the bottom of the fourth inning and the No. 3-ranked Heritage Generals picked up another region victory with a 12-0 home win over Ridgeland on Thursday.
Trailing 2-1 going into the bottom of the fifth inning, the No. 3-ranked Ringgold Lady Tigers erupted for eight runs and went on to hand No. 1-ranked Calhoun a 9-4 loss in a big Region 6-AAA showdown at Hazel Brown Field on Thursday.
Up 5-0, the LFO Lady Warriors surrendered three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning, but managed to hold on for a 5-3 region win at Adairsville on Thursday.
The Lakeview Lady Warriors scored five times in the first inning, tacked on a solo run in the second, and then exploded for eight runs in the top of the third as they rolled to a 14-2, three-inning victory over Saddle Ridge in Rock Spring on Thursday.
Some cross country coaches have trouble recruiting kids to run, but LFO head coach Anthony Heath (1SG, US Army (Ret)) has apparently discovered the magic formula. The squad has nearly 40 kids out this season after listing just 16 on the roster a year ago.
The 2018 season was a good one for the Heritage High School cross country team as the Lady Generals won the Region 6-AAAA title and the Generals finished as region runners-up. However, some significant graduation losses means both teams will be relying on some younger runners if they are to …
The Ringgold Lady Tigers took two big steps forward in securing the No. 1 seed for the upcoming area tournament by beating both LFO and North Murray Tuesday night at David Moss Gymnasium.
The Ringgold Lady tigers jumped out to an 8-0 lead after three innings on Tuesday before holding off a late charge by visiting LFO to post a 9-5 victory and remain unbeaten in Region 6-AAA.
Heidi Johnson pitched a five-inning, three-hit shutout and added a pair of hits at the plate as the Lady Warriors posted an 8-0, five-inning victory over Dade County on Tuesday.
The Ridgeland Lady Panthers and the Heritage Lady Generals began the Region 6-AAAA portion of their schedules on Tuesday and it was the visiting Lady Panthers scoring an impressive 25-16, 25-11 victory in Boynton.