Calhoun tops Coosa 67-59
Darlington’s girls and Rome’s boys each grabbed team titles Saturday morning at the All-Area Cross Country Meet at Berry College.
Calhoun earned a win to stay alive on Thursday at the Area 6-AAA Tournament, but their season came to an end on Saturday.
The Calhoun Yellow Jackets had no plans for an unhappy Homecoming on Friday night as they hosted rival Sonoraville in front of a capacity crowd at Phil Reeve Stadium.
DALTON -- The Calhoun Lady Yellow Jackets were not in a very advantageous position to win a region title after losing to Ringgold on Wednesday night to fall into the loser’s bracket at the 6-AAA Tournament at Heritage Point Park in Dalton.
The last of our local teams enter region play this week in Region 5-AAA, while teams in Region 7-AA, 6-A, 6-AAA and 7-AAAAA all have key contests as teams being to move closer to the end of the season.
Calhoun 4, Sonoraville 1
DALTON — Calhoun lost to Ringgold twice in the regular season in two very competitive games as the Lady Tigers earned the No. 1 seed for the Region 6-AAA Tournament at Heritage Point Park in Dalton.
Both Calhoun and Sonoraville are coming off huge wins this past Friday over rival teams, and any time you have that, coaches always worry about the possibility of a letdown.
The last two seasons, the Calhoun Lady Jackets had little trouble rolling through the Region 7-AA Tournament to take home the first-place trophy both years.
Calhoun head coach Hal Lamb said earlier this week that he expected Friday’s game against Adairsville to have a playoff atmosphere.
Hang on to your hats and possibly your ponchos and umbrellas as a couple of huge games highlight action tonight and the weather forecast could call for rainy conditions.