These past four years have seen Macey Gregg put her name in the LFO record books time and time again, leaving a legacy for future generations of Lady Warriors to try and follow.
Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School sports
Team Georgia could not get enough offense going on Wednesday night as they dropped both ends of the 22nd Annual Tennessee-Georgia All-Star Softball Classic at Chattanooga's Frost Stadium.
For the fifth time in the last seven years, Gordon Lee High School has earned a top-three finish in the Georgia Athletic Directors Association's Directors' Cup standings.
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.
On the walls of LFO High School are several signs, using “LFO” as an acronym to describe the characteristics of a Warrior: “Lead by example. Focus on success. Own your actions.”
Fresh off a fifth consecutive Region 6-AAA baseball championship, the Ringgold Tigers had seven members of its team selected to the All-Region team.
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.
Unless something really bizarre happens on Saturday, the Gordon Lee Trojans' track team will not be bringing home a state team title from Albany.
The first day of the 2019 GHSA Class 1A Public School state track meet has finished in Albany and the Gordon Lee Lady Trojans find themselves atop the team standings.
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.