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.
Ridgeland High School sports
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…
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.
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.
Competition cheerleading squads from the Catoosa-Walker County area will head to Columbus next weekend to compete for state championships.
Weeks of speculation finally were put to bed on Wednesday as it was officially announced that Ridgeland will face fellow northwest Georgia area powerhouse Calhoun on the first day of the 2018 Corky Kell Classic.
The Heritage High School cross country teams both qualified for the Class AAAA State Championships early next month with top four finishes at the Region 6-AAAA Championships on Tuesday.
After watching film of the Pickens defense giving up over 300 yards rushing to Northwest Whitfield power back Dominique Sistrunk last week, the Ridgeland Panthers were licking their chops to get a shot at the Dragons on Friday night.
Thursday was another solid day for cross country runners in Catoosa and Walker Counties as they turned in some impressive times during the Front Runner Championships at the Baylor School in Chattanooga.
The LaFayette High School AJROTC defeated Selma MCJROTC of California, 1,478-1,443 in last week’s Orion National Air Rifle League match. It was the second straight win for LaFayette, who is now 2-1 in the Precision Champions Division.