In the NGAC basketball tournament at Rossville Middle School on Monday, Saddle Ridge seventh grader LaTyah Barber scored seven points and passed the 200-point mark for her middle school career, but it was not enough as Dade County used 50 free throw attempts to ran past the Lady Mustangs, 54-29.
The Saddle Ridge girls got 12 points from LaTyah Barber and five points and 18 big boards from Cassidy Boyd as they beat Rossville, 43-13, in the opening round of the 2016 North Georgia Athletic Conference tournament in Rossville on Saturday.
The visiting Southern Crescent Tech Tigers shot 56 percent from the floor for the game and pulled away in the second half to beat the Georgia Northwestern Bobcats, 98-69, in a GCAA Division III game in Rossville on Friday.
Tyler Shropshire scored seven of his 21 points in overtime and Daniel Parrish drained four huge free throws in the final 13.6 seconds as the Georgia Northwestern Bobcats gutted out an 88-85 home victory over the Covenant College junior varsity team Tuesday night in Rossville.
The Gordon Lee Trojans and Lady Trojans traveled down Highway 27 to take on Saddle Ridge at "The Corral" on Monday afternoon and it was the Navy-and-White who returned to Chickamauga victorious with a sweep of the Mustangs and Lady Mustangs.
The National Collegiate Wrestling Association’s Collegiate Cup, the first leg of the NCWA Championship Series, begins Thursday in Dalton as more than 400 wrestlers and coaches return to Georgia’s northwest corner to compete for the the national title.
The Georgia Northwestern Bobcats will head to Covington, Georgia later next month for the GCAA Division III Tournament, but they got a small taste of what the competition there could be like as they participated in the Oxford Classic this weekend, hosted by fellow GCAA Division III member Emory-Oxford College.
After dominating any and all comers on their way to a 25-0 dual match record this season, culminating in last week's North Georgia Athletic Conference Duals championship, the Gordon Lee Middle School Trojans went to Dade County on Saturday, looking to put one final exclamation point on what had already been a historic season.
The Gordon Lee Lady Trojans opened up an eight-point lead after one quarter on Thursday, but needed a couple of late free throws to hold off visiting LaFayette, 39-34, in an NGAC contest in Chickamauga.
The Georgia Northwestern Bobcats rebounded from last Friday’s home loss to Georgia Gwinnett College by holding off Trinity Baptist College, 70-61, on the first night of the Tim Walthour Memorial Invitational late Friday night in Rossville.
Down by as many as 17 points late in the third quarter, the Georgia Northwestern Lady Bobcats put on a furious rally Saturday morning, but ultimately came up short in a 52-44 loss to the Truett-McConnell junior varsity Lady Bears on the second day of the first Tim Walthour Memorial Invitational at the Rossville Athletic Center.
On the campus of Ohio State University, is a group of trees known as the Buckeye Grove. The trees that grow there bear the names of Ohio State football players that earn All-American status by a major national organization.
LaFayette city council members, acting as jurors in the appeal made by former parks and recreation director Patti Scott, voted 4-1 in favor of upholding city manager David Hamilton’s decision a month ago to dismiss her.
Cassidy Boyd's final two points of the night with four seconds left on the clock completed a furious comeback and gave the Saddle Ridge Lady Mustangs arguably the biggest win in the short history of their program with a 24-22 victory at defending North Georgia Athletic Conference champion Heritage on Thursday.