A win last Friday night was just what the Cedartown Bulldogs needed as they head into a week off from the region schedule.
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CARROLLTON — It was a close call for the Cedartown on Friday night as the Bulldogs managed to hold off a scrappy Central-Carroll team to come away with a 28-21 victory on the road.
A top-ranked Rockmart Lady Jackets squad hit all over the field against the Callaway Lady Cavaliers in a pair of wins to open the Class AA softball state playoffs.
Rockmart's David Childers took the win in Week 6 of the Polk Pigskin Picks contest, returning the top spot back to the eastern side of the county in the process.
CARTERSVILLE — Cedartown gave its all against the top team in the state on defense, but came up well short in a 24-2 loss to Cartersville to open Region 5-4A play.
The Rockmart Lady Jackets are on a big roll, and head into the postseason with the goal in mind to keep winning through the end of October.
In recent weeks, the Cedartown Cross Country team made a trip to face the Purple Hurricanes and other teams in the Sept. 21 to the Wingfoot XC classic run in Cartersville at Sam Smith Park.
Rockmart fans have traveled all over to watch their Yellow Jackets pick up big wins this year so far. The past weeks have seen the team pick up a big win over Heard County, and then start off region play with a shutout.
The Polk Pigskin Pick contest's Week 5 winner came down to the final score in the Rome-Carrollton game, and returned the crown temporarily back to Cedartown.
After last Friday night’s win over Southeast Whitfield, the Cedartown Bulldogs will look to send shockwaves through the state in their upcoming region opener. If they can ride the wave of momentum they have, take advantage of opportunities, and get a little luck along the way, Cedartown migh…
Although Nick Chubb had a great game, his Cleveland Browns failed to get a win on Sunday Night Football. Instead, the Los Angeles Rams reigned victorious in Cleveland 20-13.
It was a fun week of sports for youth in Polk County, who got a chance to get out on the field despite some warm and dusty conditions and get in games as the fall sports season continues.
The past few weeks of Rockmart football have provided another exciting start to a season where the Yellow Jackets look to return to the mountain top of the state in Class AA.