Ridgeland falls in first
Ridgeland Lady Panthers head coach Corey Lee said he is depending on defense from his seniors and offense from his juniors as the Lady Panthers look to crack the top four of Region 6-AAAA and advance to the Class AAAA state soccer playoffs in 2017.
The first state tournament appearance in nearly 10 years for the Ridgeland Panthers basketball team ended in less than two hours on Friday.
The Panthers got on track in a big way Friday night, beating visiting Christian Heritage, 9-1, for their first win of the season.
Junior Dylan Wooten threw the sixth individual no-hitter in Ridgeland Panther history on Friday night and Ivy Boehm would get his second victory of the young season in the nightcap as the Black-and-White swept a twinbill at Chattooga to move to 3-0 on the season.
The LaFayette High School JROTC rifle team welcomed Ridgeland's Air Force JROTC to south Walker County for a match last night and the Ramblers would move to 8-0 on the season with a 1,114-1,022 victory.
The Ridgeland Panthers and Lady Panthers finally got the 2017 soccer season underway on a crisp, but beautiful afternoon in Happy Valley on Thursday.
The Ridgeland Panthers opened the 2017 baseball season with four runs in the top of the first inning and added nine more in the top of the fourth as they run-ruled Gordon Central, 16-1, Monday night in Calhoun.
Northwest Whitfield’s Luke Shiflett and Bria Clemons have been selected as the Region 6-AAAA Basketball Players of the Year for the 2016-2017 season.
All six Ridgeland High School wrestlers who qualified for state won at least one match over the weekend and the Panthers left Macon with their first top 10 state finish in several years.
Jacob Mariakis was feeling plenty of emotions following Saturday’s Class AAAA 138-pound state championship match.