Calhoun tops Coosa 67-59
Duals wrestling is nearing its end, but a number of local teams got one more chance to compete head-to-head Tuesday at Coosa High School as a way to get some reps before the bulk of traditiona…
Shaking off the rust from five days without a practice or game took some time, but the Coosa Lady Eagles managed to turn their reintroduction to basketball into a Region 7-AA win.
The inclement weather has been a problem for just about everyone in the Floyd County area, but it’s come at a particularly unfortunate time in the wrestling season.
The Coosa Lady Eagles never found a lead comfortable enough to break away, but they also did not slip in their return to a home court.
It didn’t take long for the Coosa Eagles to feel right at home Tuesday.
There is far more than just one answer for what led to Rome’s state championship run in 2016. Whether it was at the line of scrimmage, the backfield or the coaches on the sideline, every person had to work to get the Wolves to the Georgia Dome and beyond.
A coach can teach players all he knows in practice and in team meetings, but ultimately they are stuck on the sidelines when a game is on the line.
Calhoun completed their successful run through the consolation bracket for a measure of redemption after a first-round loss as they defeated Coosa in the Holiday Festival tournament Thursday.
Coosa girls’ basketball coach Chad Cooper has spoken about how his team has the talent to do well. While it’s taken a few weeks, the Lady Eagles have proved him right at the Holiday Festival tournament.
Rome’s aggressiveness on the inside clashed with the perimeter strength of the Coosa Eagles on Wednesday as both fought to stay alive in this year’s Holiday Festival tournament.
After fighting for every point for 32 minutes, Woodland and Coosa’s boys’ basketball teams went four more to try and decide their Holiday Festival consolation game Monday.