Ringgold Tigers and Lady Tigers both passed tough tests with flying colors in their season openers on Saturday, collecting a pair of road wins over Dade County in Trenton.
Ringgold High School sports
The LaFayette Ramblers had one individual champion and collected enough points to earn the team runner-up trophy at the 2017 Tri-State Invitational Saturday at Ringgold High School.
Three members of one of the most successful classes in Ringgold High School baseball history made their college choices official during a signing ceremony this past Wednesday.
A roller coaster of a season ended in heartbreak for the Ringgold Tigers on Don Patterson Field Friday night as they missed out on a trip to the Class AAA state playoffs with a 29-28 loss to state-ranked Bremen.
Competition cheerleading squads from the Catoosa-Walker County area will head to Columbus next weekend to compete for state championships.
High school swimmers in Catoosa County took the pool at the Baylor School in Chattanooga on Wednesday for their first meet of the season as they faced Signal Mountain and the host Red Raiders.
After scoring two touchdowns in the opening period, the Ringgold Tigers offense got cranked up the second quarter as they erupted for 29 points in the period and went on to beat winless Coahulla Creek, 57-7, on Senior Night at Don Patterson Field.
LFO junior Erik Martinez qualified for the Class AAA state cross country championships for a third time in his prep career after placing fourth in the Region 6 meet on Tuesday.
Thursday was another solid day for cross country runners in Catoosa and Walker Counties as they turned in some impressive times during the Front Runner Championships at the Baylor School in Chattanooga.
Ringgold High School head volleyball coach Ashley Boren knew coming into Tuesday's Class AAA second round match with Greater Atlanta Christian that her Lady Tigers were going to have their work cut out for them facing the No. 4-ranked Spartans, and there were moments in the match when the Bl…
The Ringgold Tigers, who trailed 7-0 at halftime and 7-6 at the start of the fourth quarter, scored with 2:25 to play in the final period to send their game with North Murray into overtime, but eventually suffered a crushing 21-20 loss in a Friday night, subregion clash in Chatsworth.