Catoosa County Sports

The Heritage Generals and Lady Generals were the overall winners at a four-team track meet at Gordon Lee on Tuesday night.

The Georgia high school basketball website, along with the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association, have released its postseason awards and four players in the Catoosa-Walker County area have been honored.

A Nyko Simpson single was the only hit of the game for LFO on Tuesday as they dropped a 12-2 decision at Calhoun in five innings.

The Ringgold Tigers scored nine times in the top of the fourth inning on Tuesday and made absolutely certain of the outcome by adding nine more runs in the top of the sixth as they pounded Dade County, 19-1, in an NGAC game in Trenton.

Both the Heritage boys' and girls' tennis teams coasted to 5-0 shutouts of Southeast Whitfield in Tuesday afternoon matches in Dalton.

The Heritage Generals collected just four hits at home on Tuesday, but surrendered just two hits and took advantage of five Southeast Whitfield errors as they opened a three-game series with the Raiders with a 3-0 victory.

The Heritage Lady Generals improved to 3-1 in Region 6-AAAA (7-3 overall) with a 4-0 home shutout over Gilmer on Tuesday.

The LaFayette and Heritage High School tennis teams met in Boynton on Monday night for a Region 6-AAAA showdown and the Orange-and-Black returned to Walker County later in the evening after a split in the day's proceedings.

The Heritage Generals got two goals from Evan Wamsley in a 5-2 win at Chattanooga Valley on Monday. Christian Morse added one goal and two assists, while Landon Guthrie and Chipper Grayson also both scored for the Generals. Tipton Smartt was credited with an assist, while Nicolas Mendez and …

Both Heritage and Ringgold participated in the annual Mohawk-Warrior Invitational at Gordon Central High School on Saturday and it was another good day for Heritage's Madelyn Thompson, who won both the long jump (16-8.5) and the 100 hurdles (15.99). Her teammate Gracie Murray took third in t…

A game that was originally scheduled for two weeks ago finally took place on Saturday and it was the Heritage Generals using a three-run sixth inning to score a 6-4 victory at county rival Ringgold.

After having to postpone their game from Friday night to Saturday afternoon, the LFO Warriors took one on the chin in a 15-4 home loss to North Murray.

The Heritage Generals managed just two hits and committed four errors on Friday night as they dropped Game 3 of their series with Pickens, 4-0, in Jasper.

The LFO Lady Warriors led 2-0 at halftime and held on a 2-1 home victory over Murray County on Wednesday. Sydnee Brown and Emma Leverrett each found the back of the net once as LFO improved to 4-3-1 overall and 1-1 in 6-AAA.

The Ringgold Tigers were able to manufacture a pair of runs in the bottom of the seventh inning and claim an exciting 4-3 victory over visiting LaFayette in a North Georgia Athletic Conference game on Wednesday.

A three-run third inning would be all the offense that the Pickens Dragons would be able to muster on Wednesday as the Heritage Generals picked up a 9-3 victory to even their Region 6-AAAA series at one game apiece.

The Heritage Generals made a solo trip across state lines to East Hamilton on Tuesday and were edged out by the Hurricanes, 3-2.

Ringgold's soccer teams hosted Sonoraville in a pair of Region 6-AAA matches on Tuesday and found the going not to their liking as they were swept by the Phoenix.

A seven-run second inning would be plenty of cushion for the Gordon Lee Trojans on Tuesday as they defeated Rossville, 16-1, in a North Georgia Athletic Conference game at Ridgeland High School.

The seventh-ranked Ringgold Tigers began defense of their Region 6-AAA championship on Tuesday and got the region slate off to a fantastic start with a 6-0 win over eighth-ranked Calhoun at Bill Womack Field.

The LFO Warriors got six solid innings from junior starter Zach Coots on Tuesday, but the Red-and-White could not find any offense to support him in a 5-0 home loss to Haralson County in the Region 6-AAA opener for both teams.

The Generals led 8-4 going into the bottom of the fifth inning on Tuesday, but surrendered seven runs in the bottom of the frame and ultimately dropped an 11-8 decision at Pickens in the first game of a three-game Region 6-AAAA series.

Heritage High School hosted Ridgeland, Gordon Lee and Dalton in a four-team track meet on Tuesday night. Team scores were not kept.

The Heritage tennis teams stepped out of region play on Tuesday to host Gordon Lee and ended the day with a pair of victories against their Walker County neighbors.

With inclement weather once again playing havoc with local baseball schedules, Ringgold High School was able to secure a field at the Lakepoint Complex in nearby Cartersville for Friday's game with North Paulding.

The golf teams for Saddle Ridge Chattanooga Valley, Gordon Lee and Lakeview Middle Schools met up at the LaFayette Golf Course for the first match of the season on Thursday and it was the Trojans finishing in first place in a five-hole match.

After two wild, error-filled contests in the first two games of their series, defensive miscues were again the order of the day on Thursday as the Heritage Generals and Ridgeland Panthers combined for 10 errors. However, the Navy-and-Red would find a way to overcome the mistakes in a 9-7 vic…

The Gordon Lee Trojans got a sacrifice fly off the bat of Brodie Genter to score Blake Rodgers in the sixth inning and the Navy-and-White got a combined shutout from three pitchers in a 1-0 win over Heritage on Thursday.

The Ringgold Tigers and Redan Raiders met on Thursday for the first time since last spring's thrilling state playoff series.

After playing football together for the past few seasons, LFO seniors Charlie Harless and Nathan Williams will continue to be teammates for a while longer.

The Chattanooga Lookouts 2019 season will feature more fireworks, giveaways and the return of many fan-favorite promotions. Single game tickets re now on sale over the phone, online and in person at the AT&T Field box office.

Heritage's tennis teams hosted Gilmer in their initial Region 6-AAAA matches of the season on Tuesday and the Navy-and-Red were dealt a pair of losses on their own home court.

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