Spend just a few minutes with Spencer Alexander and you quickly realize that three things are definitely important to him - golf, education and family - and not necessarily in that order.
There is no truth to the rumor that the Georgia Northwestern Lady Bobcats will change colors from navy blue and silver to red and white next season, but their 2018 signing class is beginning to take on a decidedly LFO-ish hue.
One of the most versatile players in Bartow County will trade in the royal blue and gold of Cass High School for the navy blue and silver of Georgia Northwestern next basketball season.
Throughout his 11-year run as head coach of the Georgia Northwestern Bobcats men’s basketball team, head coach David Stephenson has always had an eye out for self-motivated players to bring into the program.
This past basketball season, the Lookout Valley Yellow Jackets quietly turned in an 18-win campaign and captured the District 4-A regular season championship, all while being led by a 5-foot-11 guard that played much bigger than his size.
The Georgia Northwestern Cheer Cats continued to add to their 2018-2019 roster as they picked up a signature from athletic Dalton High School senior Maggie Scruggs last Tuesday.
Gordon Lee seniors Kannen Derryberry and Hayden Murphy have been teammates for a while now and they see no reason to let a little thing like graduation keep them playing together for a while longer.
The LaFayette Lady Ramblers were one of the top teams in all of northwest Georgia last fall and one of that team’s two seniors will stay close to home to continue her volleyball career.
The last time the Georgia Northwestern Lady Bobcats basketball team dipped into nearby Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School, they found a starter and a low post presence in Madison Lewis.
Two former players and two members of the Georgia Northwestern Bobcat athletic support staff were honored with the department's highest award this past Tuesday night as four new members were inducted into the Bobcat Hall of Fame.
The Georgia Northwestern Cheer Cats wrapped up their performance at the NCA/NDA Collegiate Cheer and Dance Championship in Daytona Beach with a top 10 finish in their division over the weekend.
Just one day after signing Ridgeland's Eric Byrd, Georgia Northwestern head coach David Stephenson dipped back into Walker County to pick up another recruit in LaFayette senior Stone Graham.
When Georgia Northwestern began athletics more than a decade ago, it was with the desire to provide local athletes the opportunity to play in college.
The Trion High School cheerleading program has been one of the best in northwest Georgia and one of the best in the state over the past decade with five Class 1A state titles and several other top five showings to its credit.
The Northwest Georgia Tip-Off Club held its 32nd annual banquet at the Krannert Center at Berry College on March 1 and several local players and coaches were honored.
One of the most successful seasons in Lady Bobcat history ended in fine fashion Friday night at the Rossville Athletic Center as Georgia Northwestern held off the Dalton State College club team, 46-41, to put a cap on a winning season.
Down by just three points at halftime on Friday night, the Georgia Northwestern Bobcats pulled to within a single point of visiting Georgia Gwinnett College with eight minutes to play. However, the Grizzles would go on one final run to end the Bobcats' season with an 84-69 loss at the Rossvi…
Georgia Northwestern will be holding open gym workouts for current students and prospective freshmen from March through July.
Wins have been tough to come by for the Georgia Northwestern Bobcats this season and routs have been non-existent with their three victories coming by just a combined 22 points.
The Florida College Falcons and Lady Falcons both came to the Rossville Athletic Center on Saturday sporting top four rankings in the USCAA's Division I national poll and neither did anything to leave any doubts as to just how good they are.
The visiting Georgia Northwestern Bobcats trailed 26-20 at halftime on Thursday, but were unable to pull out the win over the junior varsity Tigers from Hiwassee College as the home team held on for a 62-60 win.
Time and time again in the second half on Tuesday, the visiting Covenant College junior varsity team tried their best climb back into the game and time and time again, the Georgia Northwestern Bobcats refused to let it happen.
After coming up just three points short in a heartbreaking overtime loss on Monday, the Georgia Northwestern Lady Bobcats were involved in another close game on Thursday, this time in Marion, Alabama.
The last time the Georgia Northwestern Lady Bobcats faced the JV squad from nearby Bryan College, just over two weeks ago, things didn't go as well for the Navy-and-Silver.
A 10-game losing streak finally came to an end on Saturday afternoon as Georgia Northwestern needed overtime to outlast the Georgia Highlands Diamonds, 90-83, on the final day of the Dennis Spruell Classic at Oxford College of Emory in Covington.
The road struggles for the Georgia Northwestern Bobcats continued in Covington, Ga. on Friday night as the Navy-and-Silver lost to the host Oxford Eagles, 77-48, on the first night of the Dennis Spruell Classic at historic Williams Gymnasium.
It was extremely chilly outside of the Rossville Athletic Center on Friday night, and it wasn't much better inside as far as Georgia Northwestern Bobcats and Lady Bobcats were concerned.
For the better part of three quarters on Saturday afternoon, the Georgia Northwestern Lady Bobcats much played even with the visiting Hiwassee Lady Tigers.
The Georgia Northwestern Lady Bobcats, tied for sixth in the latest USCAA Division II national poll, punched their ticket to the championship game of the Tim Walthour Memorial Tournament at the Rossville Athletic Center on Friday night with a 67-51 victory over Trinity Baptist College of Florida.
The Georgia Northwestern Lady Bobcats, tied for sixth in the latest USCAA Division II national poll, kept up their hot start to the 2017-18 season with a 68-39 victory over the Covenant College junior varsity team Tuesday night at the Rossville Athletic Center.
The Georgia Northwestern Bobcats and Lady Bobcats will host the third annual Tim Walthour Memorial Basketball Tournament this coming weekend at the Rossville Athletic Center (301 Williams Street).
The Georgia Northwestern Bobcats led 32-25 at intermission on Tuesday night, but gave up 55 second-half points and dropped an 80-71 decision to the Covenant College junior varsity squad at Barnes Gymnasium atop Lookout Mountain.
A flurry of three-pointers by the Tennessee Wesleyan University JV squad late in the first half proved to be a big blow for the Georgia Northwestern Bobcats as they dropped a 95-67 decision on the road Tuesday afternoon in Athens.
After seeing a 13-point first-half lead evaporate and watching their top post player have to be helped off the floor late in the third quarter, the Georgia Northwestern Lady Bobcats turned to basketball's version of small ball against the Covenant College junior varsity squad Monday night.