Calhoun tops Coosa 67-59
The Sonoraville Lady Phoenix made it all the way to the championship match in Rockmart’s annual Tournament at the Rock, but came up just short against a tough Carrollton team.
The Coosa Lady Eagles continued their blazing hot start to the season Thursday night by defeating both Dalton and Rome in straight sets to bring their record to 16-1-1.
Seven local teams are in action in what the Georgia High School Association deems as Week 0 for high school football tonight. That means every team in action this week will have two bye weeks between now and the end of the regular season on Nov. 7.
The Coosa Eagles’ volleyball team is on a roll, and won three more matches Tuesday to improve its record to 12-1 on the season.
The Coosa Eagles won their scrimmage Friday night against the Gordon Central Warriors, 35-7.
High school football players tired of hitting and tackling their teammates get a chance to hit some different opponents tonight as every Rome-area football team plays a preseason game. Three games feature local teams facing off with Model playing at Pepperell, Rome traveling to Calhoun and Coosa traveling to Gordon Central.
On the heels of two victories Tuesday night, the Coosa volleyball team pumped out three more victories Wednesday, increasing its overall record to 9-1 on the young season.
Adairsville, Coosa and North Murray played each other in competitive volleyball Tuesday night where one team came out the big winner.
A year after coming up just short, the Rockmart Yellow Jackets refused to lose by not dropping a single set during the day and finishing with a 25-11, 25-21 win over Coosa in the finals of the Battle of the Counties Volleyball Tournament at Darlington on Saturday.
Trailing by two runs in the bottom of the fifth and final inning, the Coosa Eagles’ offense exploded for three runs to steal a 3-2 win over the Pepperell Lady Dragons in the Model Lady Devils Fall Classic on Friday at Alto Park.
On Saturday morning at the Huffman Center at Darlington, eight local high school volleyball teams will enter the building and when the smoke clears one will leave as the 2014 Battle of the Counties champion.