The Chattanooga Mocs football team is the pick of litter in the Southern Conference. Coming off its first league title since 1984, the SoCon coaches and media deemed the Mocs the team to beat in 2014.
The 12-year-old Ringgold Tigers remain the Catoosa-Walker County area's last hope at a Dizzy Dean state baseball championship.
The Fairyland Club Flash completed the 2014 Chattanooga Area Swim League (CASL) season with a respectable fifth-place overall showing at the Bill Caulkins City Meet at Chattanooga's Warner Park this past weekend.
Barring any weather delays, only two days remain in the Dizzy Dean State baseball tournaments and only three local teams remain in the running to bring state titles back to the Catoosa-Walker County area.
After a successful 35-year career as a coach, athletic director and school administrator, Craig Parrott is ready to step aside.
Time for an extremely controversial statement, one that may likely draw the ire of some of you reading this column online or in print.
Empire Wrestling (22 Austin Ave., Rossville) will host a benefit show on July 12 for the family of Trinity Ella Bryson.
At the 6-year-old Dizzy Dean District 1 baseball tournament in Rock Spring, the Boynton Blue Claws completed a comeback to win the crown on Tuesday night.
The Fairyland Flash completed an 8-0 season in the Red Division of the Chattanooga Area Swim League with a 467.5-295.5 win over the Waterdogs on Monday night.
The Dizzy Dean state brackets have been released for the 7, 9 and 11-year-old divisions and several local teams are in the respective fields.
The Chickamauga Recreation Department will now have to make room for two giant trophies in its trophy case.
One of the newest programs in the Georgia Northwestern stable of athletics added to its numbers this past Thursday as Alex Tate, KanDis Perry and Virgil McCoy officially became members of the Bobcat cheerleading squad during a ceremony at the college’s student center.
There were two big winners during Dizzy Dean baseball and softball tournaments on Sunday.
The Boynton Thunder stormed past the rest of the field to win the 5-year-old Dizzy Dean District 1 championship in Rock Spring on Saturday afternoon.
Two Dizzy Dean north Georgia state champions were crowned at Rossville City Park on Saturday and three more state titles are up for grabs on Sunday.
Rossville City Park will be a flurry of softball action this weekend as teams will be looking to win championships in five Dizzy Dean (North) state tournaments.
They could have packed it in after blowing an early nine-run lead against the Whitfield Legends.
After losing to the Whitfield Legends in their second game of the tournament, the Calhoun All-Stars got a double helping of revenge in Dalton on Tuesday night, beating the Legends twice to win the 7-year-old Dizzy Dean District 1 championship.
The LaFayette Golf Course played host to nearly 50 youth golfers on Monday during a stop on the GSGA Northwest Junior Sectional Tour and several Walker County golfers walked away with medals.
The Boynton Cannons worked their way out of the losers' bracket to win the 9-year-old Dizzy Dean District 1 baseball championship in Chickamauga. After beating the Murray County Thunder on Sunday afternoon, the Cannons beat the Thunder once more Monday night to claim the title.
As I sat on my bed on a Sunday evening in late May, following what would be my last telephone interview with Ron Bishop, I thought how he made a difference in the lives of thousands.