Former LaFayette High standout Demarcus Simpson has soared to new heights since joining the track program at Chadron State in Nebraska.
Ridgeland High School will host a Future Panther Football Camp for players in kindergarten through sixth grade on May 26-28.
Last year, Chattanooga FC became the first National Premier Soccer League club in the history of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup to take down a professional squad when they beat the Wilmington (N.C.) Hammerheads, 3-1, in Finley Stadium.
Historic Spears Stadium on the campus of the McCallie School will once again serve as the host for the annual Tennessee-Georgia All-Star Football Classic, presented by Great Clips and Stump on Sports.
The Georgia Northwestern Bobcats, a team already blessed with a number of outside shooters, will be dialing long-distance even more this season.
The Ringgold Tigers handed the Gordon Lee Trojans their first two and only two losses of the season and captured the North Georgia Athletic Conference tournament championship, winning the final series in three games.
The top-seeded Gordon Lee Trojans did something on Monday night that they hadn’t done in North Georgia Athletic Conference play all season long — they lost.
With several talented players responsible for several championship trophies having moved on to the high school level in the past two years, and with several other contenders looking poised to dethrone them, there was plenty of pressure riding on the shoulders of the LaFayette Middle School golf team as they teed off in the 2015 North Georgia Athletic Conference championship on Monday afternoon.
Over the years, Trion High School has produced a number of basketball players for Georgia Northwestern, all of them male.
Former LaFayette High School track star DeMarcus Simpson is headed to nationals.
The Heritage Lady Generals scored six times in the first half and tacked on five more goals in the second half as they invoked the mercy rule on LaFayette, 11-1, in the finals of the North Georgia Athletic Conference tournament Monday evening at Saddle Ridge Middle School.
It was a Sunday to remember for four former Gordon Lee High School All-State softball standouts.
For the second straight year, former Gordon Lee High School state cross country champion Dylan Smith was the top overall male finisher in the annual Trojan 5K, which was held in Chickamauga this past Saturday morning.
The postseason for area middle school baseball teams will begin this afternoon with a pair of opening-round games.
Men’s assistant basketball coach and former Bobcat player Matt Woods, along with school board member and supporter Robert Hitchcox, were inducted as the second-ever Athletic Hall of Fame class for Georgia Northwestern Technical College during the athletic department’s annual banquet Thursday night on the Gordon County campus.
With just over 200 meters remaining in the final race of the 2015 NGAC track championships at LFO on Wednesday, Chattanooga Valley sprinter Azavier Blackwell found himself in a precarious position — second place.
The first Georgia Northwestern men’s basketball player ever to prep at North Murray High School will be a record-setter.
Braxton Ledford and Chris Potter each had three hits, including a pair of doubles each, as the Trojans drilled Lakeview, 12-1, in Chickamauga on Tuesday. Ledford finished with day with a game-high five RBIs.
A tune-up for the North Georgia Athletic Conference golf tournament took place at Canyon Ridge Golf Club in Rising Fawn on Monday.
The Gordon Lee Trojans got four RBI's from Stan King, including a three-run triple, as they knocked off Rossville, 15-2, this past Friday.
The LaFayette Middle School Ramblers fell behind 4-0 in the first inning and never recovered as they dropped an 11-0 decision to Ringgold in a North Georgia Athletic Conference game on Monday.
The LaFayette Ramblers and Lady Ramblers will try to win North Georgia Athletic Conference titles after winning their respective soccer semifinal matchups.
The NFL Draft turns 80 this week and for the first time in 50 years, the draft will not be held in New York City.
The Gordon Lee Middle School Trojans picked up an important 6-4 win over Ringgold this past Tuesday.
The LaFayette Middle School Ramblers improved to 7-2 overall and 6-2 in NGAC play with wins on Thursday and Friday.
Sometimes statistics don’t measure the true worth of a player.
The LaFayette Middle School Warriors got two hits each from Jack Martin and Jeffery Watkins as they doubled up Lakeview, 10-5, in a North Georgia Athletic Conference game on Tuesday.
BOSTON (AP) — Lelisa Desisa of Ethiopia won his second Boston Marathon on Monday, two years after he donated the medal from his first title to the city in the memory of bombing victims.
Kenya's Carolina Rotich won the women's race in an unofficial 2 hours, 24 minutes, 55 seconds, outsprinting Mare Dibaba down Boylston Street to win by 4 seconds.
When Desisa won the 2013 race, there wasn't much time to celebrate. Hours after he crossed the finish line, two bombs exploded on Boylston Street and turned his victory into an afterthought. As the city mourned the three killed and 260 wounded in the explosions, he returned to Boston to donate the medal.
Now Desisa has a Boston title he can enjoy.
He won in an unofficial time of 2:09:17.
Yemane Adhane Tsegay was 31 seconds back, followed by Kenya's Wilson Chebet. Dathan Ritzenhein of Rockford, Michigan, was the first American, in seventh.
Defending champion Meb Keflezighi of San Diego was one spot behind him a year after he became the first American men's champion since 1983, galvanizing the city behind him as a symbol of patriotism and resilience.
Two years after the explosions, the race took a tentative step back toward normal.
Rotich pulled away from Ethiopians Dibaba and Buzunesh Deba for her first Boston victory. She finished fourth here in 2011.
American Desiree Linden was fourth Monday.
LaFayette High School’s Rambler Nation Touchdown Club will be hosting their annual reverse raffle on May 9, starting at 6 p.m. in the schools’ cafeteria.
Rusty Parkhill, Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe alum, former member of the Warrior Band and co-host of the “Stump on Sports Late Nite” cable television show on UCTV, is in the fight of his life.
Everyone, it seems, has a favorite college that they root for.
Throngs of runners of all ages converged in the battlefield Saturday morning for the 49th running of the Chickamauga Chase.
The Georgia Northwestern men's golf team is just in their first year of eligibility for region and national tournament play.
LaFayette High School's Rambler Nation Touchdown Club will be hosting their annual reverse raffle on May 9, starting at 6 p.m. in the schools' cafeteria.
ALBANY - The Georgia Northwestern Bobcats will be hard-pressed to win the Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association's Region XVII golf tournament, but a much-sought-after consolation prize is all but assured.
It was about halfway through his senior season that Scott Royal made a decision.
The Georgia Northwestern Bobcats had two goals in mind when they teed off Monday morning in the opening round of the Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association's Region XVII golf tournament in Albany.
A girl with a unique name is ready to bring a unique skill set to Georgia Northwestern.
AUGUSTA — Jordan Spieth made Friday feel like Sunday at the Masters.
The 4th Annual Whitfield Oil Trojan Run will be held on Saturday, May 2 in beautiful Chickamauga, Georgia. The Trojan Run is a certified 5K course as well as a 1-mile fun run winding through the historic town.
Heritage's Logan Self and Lakeview's Tucker Windham shared low medalist honors on Thursday, but it was Self and the Generals taking the team win in a five-team, nine-hole match at Canyon Ridge Golf Club.
The Gordon Lee Trojans, who had scored 22 combined runs in their previous two victories, equaled that total on Thursday as they needed just four innings to overwhelm LaFayette, 22-3, in a south Walker County showdown.
Julian Murray fed Trey Henderson, who found the back of the net with 30 seconds remaining to lift LaFayette (5-3-1) to an important 2-1 victory at Chattanooga Valley on Thursday.
The Georgia Northwestern Cheer Cats came to the NCA Nationals in Daytona Beach, Florida knowing they were just one of nine squads in the entire country that qualified for the prestigious event in their division.
For the third time in a still relatively short career, Garrison Dendy is a national wrestling champion.
Throughout the history of the Georgia Northwestern men’s basketball program, there have been several constants — former Dade County High School players being among them.
The state’s seasonal trout streams are ready for the trout fishing season that began March 28.
A five-run rally in the top of the seventh inning broke a 3-3 tie and lifted the Chattanooga Valley Middle School Eagles to an 8-3 victory at LaFayette, snapping the Ramblers' four-game winning streak to start the season.
The Chattanooga Mocs not only captured the inaugural Chattanooga Classic at Council Fire Golf Club today, they extend a streak. For the eighth straight year, the program has at least one victory during the campaign.
Mason Cain paced the LaFayette Middle School golf team with a 39 on Tuesday and the Orange-and-Black won a four-team match at Brown Acres Golf Course.
MIAMI (AP) — The Atlanta Braves have designated two-time All-Star Carlos Quinten for assignment, a day after getting him in a big trade with the San Diego Padres.