It took a few days to get everything dried out at Cedartown High School, but the wet weather passed long enough for the Bulldogs to get the baseball season underway.
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There’s still time to signup and take part in recreation softball this year for children aged 5 to 14 in Cedartown as they get ready for a big first this season.
Cedartown's baseball season will have to wait at least one more day before it gets underway as soggy field conditions and wet weather has forced cancellation of today's home opener.
It's time for the region tournament as both the Cedartown boys and girls team finish in fifth place after the finish of the regular season with wins over Chapel Hill on senior night.
Cedartown High School football players were given one last chance to celebrate their achievements during their annual banquet held last week.
Who holds the record for the most rushing yards for the Rockmart Yellow Jackets? How about which Lady Jacket has the most homeruns in softball? Or who has the best time in the 100-meter sprint in track and field?
Cedartown's basketball programs found themselves in tough fights in the Doghouse to start off the week as the Central Lions came for a visit in early week play.
A local boy scout is hoping the Polk County Commission will give him the needed permissions to move forward with his plan to bring a disc golf course to the Fish Creek area.
The Lady Bulldogs got a much needed win and knocked off Sandy Creek's undefeated streak in Region 5-AAAA play to end the week before a road trip after press time to Chapel Hill on Tuesday night.
A weekend on the road in Macon saw one local team get a good finish in the State Duals, and local middle school teams had a big weekend at FCA championships as well.
The Jackets basketball programs got a much-needed break over the weekend after both teams finished with wins, and get right back into region play after press time on Tuesday.
Their first game of the season pitted the Rockmart girls’ against Region 7-AA foe Coosa in a contest that had both teams working to stay in step with the other.
The Cedartown Competition Cheer squad is hoping local residents will come out for a meal and help support their team's efforts to celebrate another big year for the Lady Bulldogs.
The Rockmart High School Lady Yellow Jackets softball team was honored for their Class AA win in 2017 at the start of the November Polk County Board of Education meeting on the evening of Nov. 14.
The Cedartown Lady Bulldogs went through the season with an undefeated in competition cheerleading, but their hard work wasn’t quite enough to get them a repeat State Championship for 2017.
The Cedartown Lady Bulldogs have to be perfect just one more time this season, and they’ll have a real shot at a second year of winning state gold.
Rifle season in Georgia for deer hunting is starting soon, and local hunters are out preparing their favorite spots to bag their trophy bucks as fall weather starts to creep in.
Come one and all to Rockmart’s Riverwalk Festival where the Rotary Club of Polk County will be hosting a 5k run, or walk if preferred, during this coming Saturday, Oct. 21 for the festival at Seaborne Jones Park, 180 W. Elm St. The event begins bright and early at 8 a.m.
The Lady Bulldogs are on a roll as the competition cheer team remains undefeated for 2017, winning over teams big and small in their recent road trip last Saturday.
Cedartown’s cross country team is improving on their times each week, and had one running finish in the Top 10 during a recent race at Foxhall Farms in Douglass County.
Congratulations go out to Cedartown High School quarterback Trevon Wofford for not only his performance last Friday night against Central Carroll, but also for his recent win in a poll for Best Play of the Week.
All year long, softball coaches in Region 7-AA talked about what a gauntlet their region is throughout the regular season and the region tournament.
Cedartown snarled, scratched and clawed their way to another victory Friday night and moved to 1-1 in 5-4A region play with a 38-10 win over visiting LaGrange.
The Cedartown Lady Bulldogs had an unexpected break before the regular season starts winding down, one that head volleyball coach Elisa Prewett said her team took advantage of ahead of scheduled matches after press time.
The Cedartown Middle School Competition Cheerleaders, coached by Grace McLaine and LeAnna Morton, are off to a winning start to the season after picking up a pair of trophies from their opening events of the season.
The Cedartown Lady Bulldogs competition cheer squad is back in action, and the defending state champions are keeping their winning streak alive opening with a first place finish over the weekend.