The Panthers, missing several in their lineup due to injury and football, still managed 59.5 points with just six wrestlers and ended up in 13th place finish at the Buford Invitational on Saturday.
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After a 68-58 overtime win at Temple on Friday night, the Gordon Lee Trojans have opened the Matt Smith era with a 2-0 mark after winning 67-56 at Gordon Central on Saturday afternoon .
Gordon Lee head baseball coach Mike Dunfee said the first thing he noticed about Caleb Hopkins during Hopkins' freshman year was the near-permanent smile that the rookie had on his face as he showed his passion for the game.
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.
The Saddle Ridge boys' JV team dropped a 42-13 decision at Ringgold in Friday night action. Nick Green paced the Mustangs with six points, while Cole Spears added four points to go with three steals and a pair of rebounds.
The Bobcats and Lady Bobcats made a three-hour drive south on Friday night and returned back home with a split of two games against former region rival Southern Crescent Tech.
The Oakwood Christian Lady Eagles got balanced scoring on Thursday night and defeated Apostolic of Maryville (Tenn.), 48-31, for their first victory of the 2017-18 season.
The stakes are getting higher and so is the level of competition for the Ridgeland Panthers.Now 11-0 for the first time in school history, the Panthers will be back at home on Friday night to face perennial power Jefferson in the second round of the Class AAAA state playoffs. Kick-off is sla…
The Gordon Lee Trojans picked up a pair of victories at home on Monday, rallying to avenge an early-season loss to Chattanooga Valley before finishing off the sweep with a win over Saddle Ridge.
The LFO Warriors won six of 10 head-to-head matchups against the LaFayette Ramblers on Tuesday, but were forced to give up four forfeits and ended up dropping a 48-35 decision to the Ramblers in match in south Walker County.
The LaFayette Ramblers led 19-9 after one quarter and pulled away from there to beat Heritage, 59-32, in their season opener Tuesday night in Boynton.
The long legacy of Gordon Lee High School softball pitchers added another name to its list of college signees on Monday when senior Canaan Burnett finally signed her letter of intent with Stetson University, nearly two years after verbally committing to the Deland, Florida school.
A big edge in rebounding and points off the bench were two big keys to victory on Tuesday night as the Georgia Northwestern Lady Bobcats made it three wins in a row to start the 2017-18 season.
The Georgia Northwestern Bobcats shot five strokes higher than their 323 round on Monday and finished tied for 11th place overall in the 14-team Trojan Invitational, hosted by Central Alabama Community College.
Eighteen holes into the 2017 Central Alabama Community College Trojan Invitational in Montgomery, Ala. and the Georgia Northwestern Bobcats have quite a bit of ground to make up on most of the rest of the pack.
One of the most gifted and fierce competitors to ever come through the LaFayette High School golf program will head south next fall to begin his college career as a Valdosta State Blazer.
The Gordon Lee Trojans traveled to Woodstock to participate in their first tournament of the new season on Saturday and returned home to Chickamauga sporting their first tournament championship trophy of the new season.
For a little more than a half, the young, freshman-dominated Georgia Northwestern Bobcats were standing to toe-to-toe with an older, more experienced and very athletic West Georgia Tech squad.
Gordon Lee senior Gracey Kruse is a big-time softball player, but she's also a small-town girl who enjoys the comforts and familiarity of home.
Friday’s Class AAAA state tournament opener between the Panthers of Ridgeland and the Panthers of Chapel Hill was not a game you wanted to show up late for – as the visitors found out.
Dylan Minghini was looking for a school with a major emphasis on academics, but one where he could also continue to showcase his prodigious baseball talents.
The Oakwood Christian Academy Eagles fell behind 40-20 at halftime and lost their basketball season opener at home to Apostolic of Knoxville on Thursday, 71-42.
The Oakwood Christian Middle School soccer team capped a perfect 8-0 regular season with a 9-1 victory over Silverdale Baptist Thursday afternoon in Chickamauga.
The Georgia Northwestern Bobcats traveled to Powell, Tenn. on Thursday and found the surroundings to their liking as they posted their highest score of the young season in a 95-84 victory over The Crown College.
After going 10-0 in the regular season, the second season for the Region 6-AAAA champion Ridgeland Panthers will get cranked up at Bowers and Painter Field on Friday night when they face the Chapel Hill Panthers, the No. 4 seed from a very tough Region 5.Kick-off is set for 7:30 p.m.Chapel H…
In an undisputed contest, Ridgeland's AFJROTC rifle team shot their highest score of the season with 1,381 points to defeat Grainger AJROTC of Rutledge, Tenn.
The Oakwood Christian Middle School Eagles had their toughest test of the season on Monday, but earned passing marks with a 2-1 victory at Tennessee Christian Prep School in Cleveland.
A hot-shooting Florida National University squad dropped the Georgia Northwestern Bobcats to 1-2 on the season Saturday afternoon as they claimed a 100-70 victory on the second and final day of the Trinity Baptist College Classic in Jacksonville, Fla.
The Gordon Lee cross country teams bettered last year's third-place finishes in the Class A Public School state meet, but they still fell a little short of the top prize.
Competition cheerleading squads from the Catoosa-Walker County area will head to Columbus next weekend to compete for state championships.
Tied at 21 apiece midway through the fourth quarter on Friday night, the LFO Warriors saw visiting Adairsville score two touchdowns in the final 7:19 to claim a 34-21 victory in the Region 6-AAA playoffs.
The date was Feb. 1, 2014 and the Georgia Northwestern Lady Bobcats were still based out of the Floyd County campus in Rome when they picked up a 71-62 home victory over Johnson University.
With a roster featuring 10 of 11 players who were getting set to play their first-ever college basketball game, Georgia Northwestern head coach David Stephenson knew his young, freshmen-heavy team would need to grow up in a hurry once the season began.