The LFO Lady Warriors opened the 2017-18 season with a dominant defensive performance against Lookout Valley on Tuesday afternoon.
Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School sports
The LFO Warriors won six of 10 head-to-head matchups against the LaFayette Ramblers on Tuesday, but were forced to give up four forfeits and ended up dropping a 48-35 decision to the Ramblers in match in south Walker County.
The Gordon Lee cross country teams bettered last year's third-place finishes in the Class A Public School state meet, but they still fell a little short of the top prize.
Competition cheerleading squads from the Catoosa-Walker County area will head to Columbus next weekend to compete for state championships.
Tied at 21 apiece midway through the fourth quarter on Friday night, the LFO Warriors saw visiting Adairsville score two touchdowns in the final 7:19 to claim a 34-21 victory in the Region 6-AAA playoffs.
The North Murray Mountaineers wrapped up the Region 6-AAA North subregion title on Friday night as they shut down LFO's potent rushing attack and picked up a 44-13 victory in Chatsworth.
LFO junior Erik Martinez qualified for the Class AAA state cross country championships for a third time in his prep career after placing fourth in the Region 6 meet on Tuesday.
Thursday was another solid day for cross country runners in Catoosa and Walker Counties as they turned in some impressive times during the Front Runner Championships at the Baylor School in Chattanooga.
One of the most successful seasons for LFO in several years came to an end in Jackson County on Wednesday as the No. 6-ranked Lady Warriors were swept by the No. 4-ranked Lady Panthers.
The Coahulla Creek Colts had a rough night Friday, losing their Homecoming game to LFO, 42-0, in a game where the visiting Warriors scored six rushing touchdowns and held the home team to just 141 total yards.