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The Calhoun Lady Jackets honored their three seniors on Monday night, and those seniors each played a role in a 5-1 win over rival Gordon Central.
Adairsville 12, Gordon Central 0
There was a little extra motivation on Tuesday at New Echota as the three local high school cross country teams met with bragging rights on the line at the Gordon County Meet.
It’s getting to the point of the season when you want to iron out any of the issues your team has and get some momentum going as you head into the region tournament. The Calhoun Lady Yellow Jackets look like they’re doing just that as they gear up for another postseason run.
The Ringgold Tigers (3-1) were determined to get on the right track as they jumped out to a 35-point lead in the first half on their way to a 41-6 victory against Gordon Central (0-4) on Friday night.
After a 35-0 loss to open up region play and getting bumped out of the top 10 state rankings, the Ringgold Tigers (3-1) were determined to get on the right track as they jumped out to a 35-point lead in the first half on their way to a 41-6 victory against Gordon Central (0-4) on Friday night.
Slightly cooler temperatures lead to plenty of fast times Thursday at Ridge Ferry Park as Pickens County’s Sean Parker won the overall boys title, and Woodland’s Mallory Warren won the overall girls title at the Ridge Ferry Invitational.
Despite an 0-3 start, the Gordon Central Warriors are still staying upbeat and working toward turning things around.
For the second time this season, two Gordon County rivals Gordon Central and Sonoraville got together, and for the second time, it was the Lady Phoenix who got the win.
It’s been a few years since Calhoun and Gordon Central have played each other, but on Friday night at Ratner Stadium, the Jackets picked up right where they left off in the series.