The final middle school track meet before the start of next week's NGAC championships gave some insight into how things may shake down next Tuesday and Thursday at LFO High School.
Walker Co. Middle School sports
The Rossville Bulldogs scored at least one run all six innings on Thursday, including a four-spot in the fourth inning, as they picked up a 10-1 victory over rival Chattanooga Valley in a game played at Rossville City Park.
LaFayette's Grant Langford shot a 43 to earn low medalist honors on Thursday, but it was the Ringgold Tigers who took the win in the five-team, nine-hole match at the LaFayette Golf Course.
The LaFayette Middle School girls’ soccer team saw Ringgold put up two goals in the final four minutes to take a 2-0 victory in the regular season finale on Thursday.
The LaFayette Lady Ramblers picked up a 2-1 win over visiting Saddle Ridge on Monday. Haley Fisher scored for LaFayette off an assist from Shelby Madden, while Ireland Wyatt put in the eventual game-winner. Laney Rayburn had seven saves in goal for the Lady Ramblers.
The Chattanooga Valley Eagles and Lady Eagles continued their prep work for next week's in NGAC championships by winning a three-team meet Tuesday evening at LFO High School.
The Heritage Generals got a 41 from Chandler Burns and a 46 from Sam Johnson as they won a three-team match at the LaFayette Golf Course on Monday.
The Saddle Ridge Lady Mustangs host Dade County in a non-conference match on Friday afternoon and were without several starters, but the younger players stepped in admirably for the Navy-and-Red, albeit in a 1-0 loss.
The LaFayette Ramblers followed up Thursday's big win over Ringgold with another big victory over Chattanooga Valley, this one at home by a 14-0 count.