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Several local wrestlers found success on the mats Saturday as they spread out to different locations across the state for the traditional sectionals.
A season of pushing through the fatigue while doing that extra lap in the pool can pay off for a group of local high school swimmers this weekend.
Wrestlers from across the state will be back on the mats this weekend, attempting to keep their seasons alive competing in sectional tournaments.
Football players turned in gloves and cleats for paper and pen Wednesday, beginning the next chapter of their careers and lives.
Rome’s girls shook off a loss to Creekview over the weekend and defeated Region 7A-AAAAA rival Dalton with a 55-47 final at home on Senior Night.
Two weeks after falling to Dalton by nearly 40 points, the Rome Wolves showed how they had regrouped in a 65-43 victory over the Catamounts at home.
A day after picking up a big region win, the Rome High Lady Wolves lost a close one against another region power.
First-year Rome girls’ head coach Jared Hughes knew from the start his players would need time to become a team.
Trying to extend their four-game winning streak, the Rome Wolves matched visiting Sequoyah shot-for-shot Friday night for a quarter and half before the Chiefs’ got hot on offense.
The team dual play is done and it’s time to focus on the traditional route for area success.