For the first time in the history of the North Georgia Athletic Conference, two teams from outside of Catoosa and Walker Counties will battle for the league's football title.
Walker Co. Middle School sports
There were very few surprises at the 2019 North Georgia Athletic Conference cross country championships at Heritage Middle School on Friday.
The only thing standing between the Heritage Lady Generals and an unbeaten season on Wednesday night was old nemesis Gordon Lee and, for a time, it looked as though the Lady Trojans would spoil Heritage’s fun.
The championship match of the 2019 North Georgia Athletic Conference volleyball tournament will be played at 5 p.m. on Wednesday at Dade County High School in Trenton and it will be two teams that know each other quite well.
The Lady Trojans got six hits from six different players, including a triple from Josie Lewis, in a 7-4 home win over Saddle Ridge Tuesday night.
Three of the top four seeds held serve on the first night of the 2019 North Georgia Athletic Conference volleyball tournament in Trenton on Monday.
The Gordon Lee Trojans chewed up nearly all of the fourth quarter on a 12-play drive, but were halted with 53 seconds to play to allow visiting Rossville to escape with a 20-14 victory in an NGAC game on Thursday night.
The Saddle Ridge Lady Mustangs got a pair of doubles and two RBIs from Olivia Free and two hits and two RBIs from Olivia Acuff in a 5-2 home win over LaFayette on Thursday.
The Gordon Lee Lady Trojans swept a varsity/junior varsity doubleheader against Rossville on Tuesday afternoon. The Gordon Lee varsity posted a 25-5, 25-13 win, while the JV team scored a 24-26, 25-14, 15-8 victory.
The Heritage boys took five spots in the top 10 and went on to dominate a multi-school cross country meet on their own home course on Tuesday afternoon.