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Rockmart boys 68, Gordon Central 42
The Gordon Central girls opened up their season with a home win over Excel Christian on Tuesday night, and they used the formula their likely to use throughout the next few months to do so.
A new era of Gordon Central boys basketball got underway on Tuesday night, and though it wasn’t the result they wanted to kick it off, the Warriors showed they are a work in progress and still learning how to get better.
CARROLLTON — All season long, Brian Vincent and Joey Purser helped lead the Dragons’ charge and on Saturday in the Class AAA State Meet the duo once again pushed Pepperell along as the Dragons finished 15th in the tough classification, while Calhoun’s girls finished 11th and the boys finished 13th.
Adairsville and Gordon Central met on Friday night in a regular-season wrap-up game going in two different directions.
Most of the playoff drama is over for local teams, but a couple of games tonight have playoff implications, as the final week of the regular season is upon us.
Distance running can be lonely. Waking up for early-morning runs, logging miles in all kinds of weather, from the cold in winter to the brutal heat and humidity of a Georgia summer, all test the mettle of cross country runners.
It's been a long season for the Gordon Central Warriors, but as they close out the season this Friday, there's still hope for ending the season on a positive note.
CHATSWORTH — It was the North Murray show on Friday night in Chatsworth. The Mountaineers (5-4, 4-3) etched their fourth region win this season as they dominated the Gordon Central Warriors, 48-8.
For the last two weeks, people have been talking about tonight’s match up between Coosa and Darlington. The winner is the Region 7-AA champion and will get a chance to host playoff games in the first two rounds of the Class AA State Playoffs.