The Ringgold Lady Tigers got a battle from Calhoun on Tuesday, but left the Jackets' Nest with their 10th Region 6-AAA win of the year, 54-47.
Ringgold High School sports
Yet another member of Ringgold High School’s stellar senior baseball class has made his college plans official prior to the start of the 2019 season.
Two teams tied for first place in their respective regions met for the first time this season and it was the visiting Heritage Lady Generals handing crosstown rival Ringgold a 57-40 defeat at Ringgold High School.
For just the second time in program history, and for the second time in the last three seasons, the Ridgeland Panthers will head to Macon for the Class 4A State Duals.
After nine consecutive Region 6-AAA victories to begin the year, the Ringgold Lady Tigers were forced to put a mark in the loss column on Friday.
QB Nick Hanson (Heritage) The sophomore threw for 2,002 yards and 19 touchdowns in a breakout season, while adding three more scores on the ground as the Generals advanced to the playoffs.
The Ringgold Lady Tigers improved to 13-3 overall and remained perfect in Region 6-AAA (9-0) with a 65-46 home victory over Sonoraville on Tuesday.
Fresh off a few days of sun, fun and basketball in Orlando, Florida, the Ringgold Lady Tigers returned home on Friday and picked up where they left off in 2018.
DL Jermiah Turner (Ridgeland) The sophomore stepped up his game and made 54 tackles with six tackles for loss, including one sack. He also recovered three fumbles for the Panthers.
The Ringgold Tigers wrestling teams went 3-2 at the Gilmer Duals on Saturday. Ringgold defeated West Hall (40-33), the Gilmer "B" team (51-24) and Fannin County (37-36), but fell to Carrollton (69-11) and Newnan (43-42). The loss to Newnan came on criteria after the match ended 42-42.
After losing for the first time in 10 games on Thursday, the Ringgold Lady Tigers began a new winning streak on Friday with a 61-34 victory over Steinbrenner, Fla. in the KSA Events Tournament in Orlando.
The Ringgold Lady Tigers had a 10-game winning streak snapped Thursday morning with a 47-44 loss to Medina Senior (Ohio) in the KSA Events Tournament in Orlando, Fla.
Shelby Adkins (LaFayette) The senior first baseman was a big reason why the Lady Ramblers advanced to Columbus for the Elite Eight as she hit .391 with seven doubles, one triple, three homeruns and 27 RBIs.