Calhoun tops Coosa 67-59
It was a prep soccer season of non-stop action and excitement with two teams (Calhoun boys and Sonoraville boys) going all the way to the Class AAA Elite Eight and three others (Calhoun girls, Sonoraville girls, Gordon Central boys) earning State tournament berths.
It was a exciting season in prep baseball with two teams (Calhoun and Sonoraville) both earning Class AAA State Playoff berths, and the Jackets going all the way to the Elite Eight.
The local track season was filled with incredible performances by individuals and teams, and many of those came on the biggest stages.
Sonoraville’s Kevin Villatoro and Avery Hamilton and Calhoun’s Gabriel Garcia and Carter Baggett were four players that made their team go this past season.
CHATTANOOGA — Three local players and one coach got the chance to play for state pride on Tuesday night in the Georgia-Tennessee All-Star Softball Classic, and the quartet came away with a split against their Volunteer State rivals.
For just the fifth time in the 19-year history of the Tennessee-Georgia All-Star Softball Classic, both squads left with a victory.
CHATTANOOGA — Team Georgia controlled the action for much of Friday’s game at the Georgia-Tennessee All-Star Soccer Classic at Finley Stadium in Chattanooga, but they still found themselves tied with Tennessee at 2-2 at the end of regulation.
The Calhoun boys basketball team traveled to Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville for team camp last week. The last day of the camp was a single-elimination tournament, which was broken down into three divisions — Gold, Silver and Bronze. The Jackets got through the bracket unscathed to be crowned Gold Division champions.
Running a pass play against another football team without an offensive line may sound concerning, but the practice proved productive Thursday afternoon.
Sonoraville boys head coach Hector Holguin and three local players will compete in the Georgia-Tennessee All-Star Soccer Classic on Friday at Finley Stadium in Chattanooga.