The Ringgold Lady Tigers hosted Fannin County and Southeast Whitfield on Thursday and earned a sweep of the tri-match.
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The LFO Warriors got big plays in all three facets of the game and left Don Patterson Field with a 35-17 victory over Region 6-AAA and Catoosa County rival Ringgold on Friday night.
The Ringgold Lady Tigers, the new No. 1-ranked team in Class 3A, completed an unbeaten run through the Region 6-AAA regular season with a 5-2 victory over No. 10-ranked Haralson County in Tallapoosa on Thursday.
Gordon Lee's Gracie O'Neal recorded another dominant win on Tuesday as she took the girls' individual title in the second North Georgia Cross Country League meet of the year at Edwards Park in Dalton.
The Ringgold Lady Tigers improved to 18-14 overall on the season on Tuesday night, but more importantly, they clinched the No. 1 seed for next month's Region 6-AAA tournament as they swept Murray County and Coahulla Creek in straight sets in Chatsworth.
The Ringgold Lady Tigers celebrated Senior Night on Tuesday and continued their stellar play with an 8-0 victory over Murray County. It was the 12th consecutive victory for Ringgold.
Four of the area’s six competition cheerleading squads were in action for the first time on Saturday and two local teams took home first-place trophies.
The Ringgold Tigers led 17-10 at halftime on Friday night, but gave up 35 unanswered points in the second half as they dropped their Region 6-AAA opener to North Murray, 45-17, Friday night in Chatsworth.
The Gordon Lee Lady Trojans scored three times in the bottom of the first inning and added six more runs in the bottom of the fourth to blow out Woodland-Cartersville, 9-0, in their opening game of the SCORE International Invitational at Warner Park on Friday.
The Ringgold High School competition cheerleading squad will head to Pepperell this Saturday for their first competition of the season and it will be something of a new experience for head coach Anna Crisp.
Trailing 2-1 going into the bottom of the fifth inning, the No. 3-ranked Ringgold Lady Tigers erupted for eight runs and went on to hand No. 1-ranked Calhoun a 9-4 loss in a big Region 6-AAA showdown at Hazel Brown Field on Thursday.
The Ringgold Lady Tigers took two big steps forward in securing the No. 1 seed for the upcoming area tournament by beating both LFO and North Murray Tuesday night at David Moss Gymnasium.
The Ringgold Lady tigers jumped out to an 8-0 lead after three innings on Tuesday before holding off a late charge by visiting LFO to post a 9-5 victory and remain unbeaten in Region 6-AAA.
After five years of helping out the Ringgold High cross country program as an assistant coach, Travis Head has taken over as the new head coach as Joel Svoboda stepped down in the offseason.