The Georgia Northwestern golf team turned in a second straight team score of 311 on Tuesday and finished tied for 13th place in the Chick-fil-A Collegiate Invitational – hosted by Berry College - at the Coosa Country Club in Rome.
Former LaFayette High School baseball standout Chris Jones is one of 34 former Southern Polytechnic State University student-athletes who have been named to the inaugural class of the institution’s Athletics Hall of Fame.
The Gordon Lee Lady Trojans are one win away from capturing the 2014 North Georgia Athletic Conference softball championship.
The 2014 North Georgia Athletic Conference softball champion will be from Walker County.
The Gordon Lee Middle School Lady Trojans are into the NGAC softball semifinals following a 13-0 drubbing of Trion in the tournament opener on Thursday.
For the past seven days, the disappointment of a 35-6 loss to Chattanooga Valley has sat in the pit of the collective stomachs of the LaFayette Middle School football team.
The Ringgold High School Tiger Band is having an exceptional competition season. The Tigers, led by ddirector Robin L. Christian and assistant director Tracy D. Wright , recently competed in the Wolverine Classic on Sat, Sept. 27 in Cumming, Ga and the Super Bowl of Sound on Saturday, Oct. 4 in Carrollton, Ga.
Ringgold High School took time out on Friday night at Don Patterson Field to honor one of its own.
Congratulations to Hannah Hale for being crowned the 2014 Homecoming queen at Heritage High School on Friday, Oct. 10. Jamie McCurry was the honorary queen. Several errors were made in the Oct. 15 edition of The Catoosa County News regarding these two seniors – dressed in red as part of the Heritage Homecoming tradition - as well as Bree Baughman, Jamie McClurry and Millie Baughman. The photo and correct information will be printed in the Oct. 22 of The Catoosa County News in sports. The 2014 Heritage High School Homecoming court also included (not pictured) Brittany Richardson, Bree Baughman, Madison Damron and Mollie Johnson.
The Georgia Northwestern Bobcats prepped for next week's Berry College Chick-fil-A Collegiate Invitational by routing Oxford College by 61 shots at The Oaks Course in Covington on Wednesday.
The Georgia Northwestern Lady Bobcats were a little short-handed on Monday night and, as a result, the Navy-and-Silver saw the 2014 campaign come to a close at the hands of the Bryan College JV squad in a match played at the Rossville Athletic Center.
Braxton Ledford completed six passes for 80 yards and was 3-of-4 on extra point attempts as the Gordon Lee Middle School Trojans recorded a 27-0 shutout win over Saddle Ridge on Thursday.
The Rossville Middle School Bulldogs kept their North Georgia Athletic Conference playoff hopes alive with a 26-8 win over Trion on Thursday.
If Jordan Hugley didn't already have a reputation as a big-game player, he certainly earned one on this past Thursday.
The LaFayette Lady Ramblers earned the NGAC West Division title, a No. 1 seed and a bye to the semifinals of the post-season softball tournament with a 5-2 win over Gordon Lee on Thursday.
The Saddle Ridge Lady Mustangs will miss out on the North Georgia Athletic Conference post-season tournament, but they ended their season on a high note Thursday afternoon with a 9-7 road win at playoff-bound Chattanooga Valley.
The Saddle Ridge Lady Mustangs varsity volleyball team was upset at the hands of Ringgold on Tuesday, 26-24, 25-20.
The LaFayette Middle School Lady Ramblers got a combined shutout by Madison Pettigrew and Ashton Stalling in a 9-0 win over Dade County on Wednesday afternoon.
The Gordon Lee Middle School Lady Trojans picked up a 6-4 non-league victory over Westside on Monday in a game shortened to five innings due to lightning and impending weather.
The Georgia Northwestern Technical College Lady Bobcats got a measure of revenge against the Covenant College junior varsity squad on Monday night, but the Navy-and-Silver were not able to finish off the sweep as Oakwood University downed the Lady Bobcats in three sets during the tri-match at the Rossville Athletic Center.
The winners of the last two NGAC football championships met in Rossville on Thursday afternoon in a highly-anticipated battle between the Bulldogs and the high-scoring Chattanooga Valley Eagles.