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The Trion Lady Bulldogs came agonizingly close to making the elite eight of the GHSA Class A Public State Softball Tournament in 2013, but one year later they’ve made it to Columbus and now have a chance to leave on Saturday with the state title.
An angry and focused football team is a dangerous force, and the Sonoraville Phoenix showed that in a big way on Friday night as they rebounded from a disappointing second half against Ringgold last week with a dominant 54-7 win over LFO.
Region matchups highlight this week’s action as only three weeks remain in the regular season and the result of every game is now magnified.
With the way the second half went against Ringgold last Friday, the Sonoraville Phoenix have to be chomping at the bit to get back on the field.
What began as a rebuilding season according to Sonoraville head coach Trace Vaughn has now officially surpassed expectations.
Seven local volleyball squads aim to earn wins tonight in the hopes of reaching the final eight in the Georgia High School Association State Playoffs.
There were big playoff implications on Friday night as Sonoraville hosted Ringgold for a 6-AAA contest with the winner putting themselves in very good shape to earn a State playoff berth and possibly the No. 3 seed.
For the second time in the last few weeks a Region 7-AA contest will grab a load of attention locally as Coosa travels to Model to face off in a game with region title and playoff implications on the line.
The All-Region 6-AAA Team was announced last week after the coaches finalized their voting and several players from the three local schools made the list.
The Cedartown Lady Bulldogs will continue on into the second round of the Class AAA softball playoffs after winning both games in a doubleheader over Sonoraville on Wednesday in Cedartown.
The Sonoraville Lady Phoenix played some of their strongest volleyball of the season last week as they captured the Area 6-AAA championship at Adairsville.