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In a non-region battle that came down to the final minute, the Darlington Lady Tigers pulled out a 51-50 win at Rockmart on Saturday afternoon.
Darlington basketball coach Tim Garrett wants his team to bring intensity with every game it plays. But Garrett didn’t have to worry about that too much Friday night.
Working against a Region 6-A foe on their home court had its challenges, but the Darlington girls stuck to their game plan when it mattered.
Picking up where they left off last week, the Darlington Lady Tigers rolled on to a 52-36 win over Gordon Lee at home on Tuesday.
Every time Anna Claire Atha drives down a lane, any fan or player can see her intensity as she works toward another Darlington basket.
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.
On a night honoring the swimmers who had helped Rome High remain a successful program, the school’s teams rolled to convincing wins.
It was an easy region 7-A win for the Lady Tigers Tuesday evening as they cruised to a 60-29 victory against the Mt. Zion High School Lady Eagles at home.
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.
The Darlington Lady Tigers finished third in the Carolina Invitational Tournament’s Atlantic Division this week in Charleston, South Carolina.