The Ringgold Lady Tigers used a 16-4 second quarter to open up some breathing room before going on to a 42-31 home win over Haralson County on Tuesday night.
Ringgold High School sports
The Ringgold Lady Tigers and the LFO Warriors extended their impressive winning streaks on Friday as the Catoosa County rival schools split a pair of Region 6-AAA games in Fort Oglethorpe.
The Heritage Generals fell short of qualifying for the Class 4A State Duals, but gutted out a third-place finish in the Area 6-AAAA tournament at Gilmer High School on Saturday.
One night after a big Region 6-AAA victory at Sonoraville, Ringgold's Lady Tigers made the short drive to Varnell and took down Coahulla Creek, 66-50, in a Saturday afternoon matinee.
The Sonoraville Lady Phoenix have lost just one time in Region 6-AAA play this season. That setback came on Friday, Dec, 6 with a 66-30 thumping on the road at the hands of Ringgold.
The Ringgold Lady Tigers took a 27-20 lead at halftime on Saturday, used a big third quarter to open things up and eventually claimed a 61-31 victory at Heritage in the first of two non-region matchups between the Catoosa County rivals this season.
Most of the local wrestlers from the Catoosa and Walker County area tested themselves at the Murray County Invitational in Chatsworth on Saturday and it was a big day for Gordon Lee's Penn Askew and LaFayette's Matthew Wallin.
The Ringgold Lady Tigers led by just six points, 38-32, after three quarters on Friday, but outscored visiting Murray County 21-4 over the final eight minutes to pick up a 59-41 region win in Ringgold.
The Ringgold Lady Tigers fell to 6-6 on the season with a 50-39 loss to Tennessee Division II school Harpeth Hall Friday morning in a tournament in Hendersonville, Tenn.