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Change comes to almost every team with a new season, but with region play starting Tuesday for many local teams, it’s time for them to figure out where they are.
For more than two quarters, the drive and talent of the Rome Wolves’ football team overtook the Ware County Gators on their home turf Friday night in Waycross.
Rome High School’s swim team defended its home pool Thursday night and had some top performances from its girls to add more state qualifiers to its ranks.
In a game full of runs, the Armuchee girls’ basketball team was thankful just to have the biggest ones.
The Rome Wolves became the talk around Georgia high school football last week when they upset Region 6-AAAAA champion Stephenson, 7-6, on a last-second touchdown and extra point.
A day after knocking No. 2 Stephenson out of the state playoffs in dramatic fashion, the Rome Wolves got their next assignment as they look to continue their postseason push.
The start of a new season always ushers in high hopes. On Wednesday, however, the hopes of four teams will take on even bigger importance when they tip off the new season joining the fight against cancer.
In a season that has seen the Rome Wolves grow and gain momentum on the football field, they made their biggest statement on Friday night.
Rome High had four swimmers on the boys’ team qualify for state Thursday in a meet at home against Blessed Trinity and Cartersville. Rome and Blessed Trinity each scored 265 points to Carterville’s 73.