Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School sports

Significant advantages in depth and a plethora of standouts from the Catoosa-Walker County area were not enough for Team Georgia on Tuesday night as they dropped both ends of the annual Tennessee-Georgia All-Star Basketball Classic to their rivals from the Volunteer State.

It had been several years since the LFO girls’ soccer team had seen a player sign on to play at the collegiate level before senior Jordan Carver recently put her name on a letter of intent to play at Shorter.

The Gordon Lee Trojans track team made the long drive to Albany last weekend and returned home with a fourth-place finish in the Class 1A Public School team standings and three individual state titles.

LFO High School's athletic department, its athletes, coaches and supporters, recently gathered at the Catoosa County Colonnade to honor its own in the first annual Feather Awards.

Just about six months removed from its best season in several years, the LFO Warrior football team recently returned to the gridiron for two weeks of spring practice. The two weeks culminated this past Friday night with a scrimmage at East Ridge High School in which the Warriors prevailed, 29-7.

The past few years have witnessed a resurgence for the LFO High School girls’ soccer program as they have taken big steps toward earning state playoff berths and becoming contenders in Area 6-AAA.

Three members of the Ringgold High track team and three members of the LFO High track team will represent their schools at the Class 3A state meet in Albany next weekend.

Led by a thrilling finish in the 1600-meter finals, the LFO boys finished Day 1 of the Region 6-AAA Track Championships at Calhoun High School in second place in the overall standings.

The Warriors got seven strong innings from Riley Mosier on Thursday night, but could not get enough offense going in a season-ending, 1-0, home loss to Coahulla Creek.

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