The finals of the 2018 North Georgia Athletic Conference baseball tournament are set and it will be the top two teams in the regular season battling it out for the title.
Catoosa Co. Middle School sports
Watching the LaFayette Middle School Ramblers golf team as a fifth Grader, Grant Langford set a goal for himself - to win the North Georgia Athletic Conference individual title all three years he was in middle school.
For the 11th consecutive season, the Heritage Middle School Lady Generals' soccer team hoisted the North Georgia Athletic Conference league and tournament championship trophies on Tuesday night.
Stiven Galicia would find the net twice and the Lakeview Warriors won their second consecutive North Georgia Athletic Conference championship with a 4-1 victory over Heritage in the tournament finals at Ringgold High School on Tuesday.
Last year, the Heritage Lady Generals and the Chattanooga Valley Lady Eagles battled down to the wire to determine the 2017 NGAC track championship before Heritage pulled away late to win by just 12 points.
The Lakeview Lady Warriors will play for the North Georgia Athletic Conference soccer championship at Ringgold later today (Tuesday) after getting past the host Lady Tigers, 1-0, in a tournament semifinal matchup on Friday.
The Heritage Lady Generals stayed unbeaten (12-0) and advanced to finals of the 2018 NGAC Soccer Tournament with a 6-0 win over Chattanooga Valley at Ringgold High School on Friday.
Day 1 of the NGAC track championships is in the books and it was a big day for Chattanooga Valley's Cash Montgomery and LaFayette's Jaylon Ramsey.
The Chattanooga Valley Lady Eagles advanced to the second round of the NGAC soccer tournament with a 6-0 blanking of LaFayette Wednesday in Flintstone.
The North Georgia Athletic Conference will begin its annual baseball postseason tournament next week, but a potential preview of the championship series was held on Wednesday afternoon.
The final middle school track meet before the start of next week's NGAC championships gave some insight into how things may shake down next Tuesday and Thursday at LFO High School.