LaFayette High School sports
Back in the off-season, even before the 2017-2018 school year had begun, LaFayette boys’ head soccer coach Casey Payne was already hard at work.
After recording over 1,000 career assists during her playing time at LaFayette High School, Emily Redden graduated in May thinking that she may have played her final volleyball match.
Youth golf in Walker County has exploded in recent years and the boys’ programs at LaFayette and Gordon Lee High Schools have been right on the forefront.
A strong start to the school calendar year and a strong end to it helped Gordon Lee High School finish second overall in the Georgia Athletic Directors Association's Directors' Cup standings for Class 1A.
The Kennesaw State University cheerleading roster will continue to have an extreme northwest Georgia presence this fall as LaFayette High School alum Allie Durham recently signed on to join the Owls’ roster.
For the second straight year, the LaFayette Ramblers chance to make up ground on the second day of the Class 4A state golf tournament was thwarted by Mother Nature.
All-Region baseball teams for Regions 6-AAA and 6-AAAA were announced this week and several players from the Catoosa-Walker County area were selected.
The LaFayette Ramblers have finished fourth in Class 4A the past four seasons, but they will have their work cut out for them if they are to make it five in a row.
LaFayette’s Skylar “S.J.” Oxford was already planning to attend Berry College in Rome this fall and stay in a dorm just across the street from the Vikings’ on-campus basketball arena.
First-year LaFayette head football coach Paul Ellis got a good look at the state of his team on Friday when the Ramblers made the trip to Coosa to meet the Eagles and the Jacksonville (Ala.) Golden Eagles.