Former Ringgold resident Luke List had a breakout season in 2017 and in 2018, the 33 year-old is proving that he belongs on the PGA Tour.
Walker County Sports
The Georgia Athletic Coaches Association (GACA) has announced its All-State basketball teams for the 2017-2018 season and three players from Catoosa and Walker Counties were honored.
The LaFayette Ramblers dropped Game 1 of Friday's home doubleheader against Southeast Whitfield, but bounced back to take Game 2 and win the series from the Raiders, two games to one.
Two teams expected to finish high in their respective classifications met at the Battlefield Golf Course on Thursday with the Class 6A Dalton Lady Catamounts scoring an eight-stroke victory over Class 1A Gordon Lee, 86-94.
The Lakeview Middle School Warriors erupted at the plate Thursday afternoon, claiming a 19-4 home win over Chattanooga Valley in Fort Oglethorpe.
The Ridgeland Panthers got a penalty kick goal from Rubin Livarchuk midway through the second half and made it stand as they scored an important 1-0 victory over visiting Heritage on Thursday night.
The Gordon Lee Trojans picked up what could turn out to be very important victory over North Cobb Christian on Thursday night, beating the visiting Eagles, 10-4, in Chickamauga.
The Oakwood Christian Lady Eagles begin the 2018 softball season - the second season in program history - on Tuesday afternoon in Chattanooga with a pair of five-inning games against the Silverdale Baptist Academy junior varsity team.
A 1-under par 35 from Gage Smith and a 2-over 38 from Riley Grant helped the LaFayette Ramblers to a 28-stroke victory over Heritage in a nine-hole match at the LaFayette Golf Course on Thursday.
Two goals by Daniel Lopez in the second half proved to be the margin over victory for the LaFayette Ramblers on Thursday as they picked up a hard-fought 2-0 win over gritty Saddle Ridge in Rock Spring.
Mason Parker had a big afternoon at the plate and on the hill to propel the Ringgold Tigers to a 12-2, six-inning win at LaFayette on Thursday.
The LaFayette Ramblers and Lady Ramblers both suffered a couple of heartbreaking losses at home on Wednesday as they dropped Region 6-AAAA matches to Pickens, both by 3-2 counts.
Gordon Lee's tennis teams traveled to Trenton to face off with Dade County on Wednesday and went down to defeat at the hands of the Wolverines and Lady Wolverines.
The Heritage Lady Generals won eight events to claim victory in a three-team home meet on Tuesday, while the Generals took first in nine events to pick up the win on the boys’ side.
LaFayette High School announced Paul Ellis as the school’s new head football coach on Wednesday morning. Ellis, 50, is the 36th head coach of the Ramblers, dating back to 1923.
Region 6-AAAA play began for the undefeated LaFayette Ramblers on Tuesday, but after five straight match wins to start the season, the Orange-and-Black finally tasted defeat as they dropped a narrow 3-2 decision at Southeast Whitfield.
The Ridgeland Lady Panthers scored twice in the first five minutes of their match on Tuesday, but could not make the 2-0 lead hold up as they lost a 7-3 decision at home to Gilmer.
After three tough losses to No. 4-ranked Heritage to begin the region portion of its schedule, the Ridgeland Panthers took out some frustration on visiting Gilmer Tuesday night.
On a cold Tuesday afternoon at the LaFayette Golf Course, the Saddle Ridge Mustangs continued its strong early-season play by winning a three-team match.
The Heritage Generals got in the win column on Tuesday evening with a 15-0, three-inning victory over Saddle Ridge in a game played at LaFayette High School.
Ridgeland officially opened its doors in the fall of 1989 and in the nearly three decades that have followed, many athletes, coaches and contributors have left their marks on the school.
The Gordon Lee Trojans took over sole possession of first place in the Region 6-A North standings with a 6-1 victory over North Cobb Christian Monday evening at the Lakepoint Complex in Cartersville.
The Chattanooga Valley Lady Eagles got four goals and a pair of assists from Ria Cox in a 6-0 shutout win over Saddle Ridge Monday afternoon in Rock Spring.
The LaFayette Ramblers finally got off the schnide and picked up their first win of 2018 and gave new head coach Chris Base his first win at LaFayette with a 4-3, 10-inning victory at Coahulla Creek on Friday.
The LaFayette Middle School Ramblers improved to 2-1 on the season with a 13-1, five-inning victory over Saddle Ridge Friday night at LaFayette High school.
Three Rossville players drove in two runs apiece on Thursday, but it was still not enough for the Bulldogs, who lost a 23-11 slugfest to visiting Lakeview at Rossville City Park.
The Gordon Lee duo of Colby Chapman and Will Smith hauled in five bass totaling 15.69 pounds and picked up the win on Lake Nickajack in the first Northwest Georgia High School Anglers Association fishing tournament of the season back on Feb.24 in Jasper, Tennessee.
The LaFayette Ramblers trailed 6-3 after five innings on Thursday night, but gave up eight runs in the top of the sixth and dropped a 14-4 decision to visiting Coahulla Creek in the first of a two-game home-and-home series.
The (Class 4A) fourth-ranked Heritage Generals spotted visiting Ridgeland two runs in the top of the first inning on Thursday before storming back to claim a 9-2 victory and take a 2-0 lead in their best-of-three Region 6-AAAA series.