The Heritage and Ringgold track teams represented Catoosa County in the 11-team Mohawk Invitational meet at Gordon Central High School on Saturday.
Ringgold High School sports
The Ringgold Lady Tigers picked up a 4-1 road win at LFO on Thursday behind singles victories from Mikayla Dycus and Zoie Metcalf. The two doubles teams, Sydney Pittman and Rachael Akers, along with Callie Gilbert and Hali Clements, also won for the Blue-and-White.
After an impressive win at fourth-ranked Calhoun on Tuesday, and another important region road game coming up at Adairsville on Friday, Thursday's Region 6-AAA home date with Catoosa County rival LFO could have been a sneaky trap game for the Ringgold Tigers.
Fighting cold temperatures and very windy conditions, the Ringgold boys' golf team pulled out a four-stroke victory over North Murray at aptly-named Windstone Golf Course on Tuesday.
The Ringgold tennis teams traveled to the city courts in Calhoun on Thursday for two neutral site Region 6-AAA matches against Bremen and Haralson County.
The Gordon Lee duo of Colby Chapman and Will Smith hauled in five bass totaling 15.69 pounds and picked up the win on Lake Nickajack in the first Northwest Georgia High School Anglers Association fishing tournament of the season back on Feb.24 in Jasper, Tennessee.
Wyatt Tennant, Holden Tucker and freshman McCain Mangum combined on a no-hitter as Ringgold completed a two-game sweep of Class 5A Rome, 13-3, Thursday night in Floyd County.
Tied 8-8 going into the bottom of the sixth inning, the Ringgold Tigers erupted for seven runs and and picked up a 15-8 non-region home win over the Class 5A Rome Wolves Wednesday night at Bill Womack Field.
The No. 1 doubles team of Seth Pittman and Collin Cook improved to 3-0 on the season Tuesday afternoon, but that would be the only point for the Ringgold Tigers in a 4-1 home loss to Murray County.
The Ringgold Lady Tigers had a very solid showing in a meet at Southeast Whitfield on Tuesday, winning first place points in six different events.