Sonoraville girls Elimin
The Northwest Georgia Tip-Off Club will host their first ever All-Star Game Saturday at Georgia Highlands College with the girls game at 6 p.m. and the boys to follow.
The Sonoraville boys shot a 180 to Gordon Central’s 194 on Monday. The Lady Phoenix also won, shooting a 138 to Gordon Central’s 161.
Sonoraville and Gordon Central met on Monday at Fields Ferry with the Phoenix and Lady Phoenix winning both matches.
CHATTANOOGA — Two local baseball teams got the opportunity to play on a grand stage on Saturday, and both took advantage of it with a memorable victory.
Sonoraville 10, Model 0
The Northwest Georgia Tip-Off Club held their annual end of the year banquet last Thursday at Berry College’s Krannert Center, and several locals from Calhoun, Gordon Central and Sonoraville were honored.
A few weeks ago, the Sonoraville baseball team defeated rival Calhoun for the first time in program history, and Thad Harris played a big part in the win with a dominant outing on the mound.
Despite wet and windy conditions, a large field of competitors converged on Fields Ferry on Monday for the annual Fields Ferry Invitational. Twelve total schools, many sending both their boys and girls teams and even JV squads, were a part of the tightly-contested tournament.
Behind the strong arm of Zack Morris the Ringgold baseball team downed Sonoraville, 5-0, on Wednesday to gain possession of second place in the Region 6-AAA.
Ringgold 5, Sonoraville 0
Sonoraville High senior Tristen Masley (seated, second from right) signed a competitive cheerleading scholarship with the Young Harris College (Young Harris, Ga.) on Monday.