Fannin County took the first step towards defending its AA Region 7 championship Friday night with a 52-7 victory over Gordon Central before a good-sized crowd at Ratner Stadium.
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ETON — Sonoraville dug a deep hole and couldn’t quite climb out of on Friday, losing 27-20, to Region 6-AAA rival North Murray, falling to 2-2 on the season.
Both the boys and girls Calhoun Middle School cross country teams have been active over the past few weeks. On Wednesday, Sept. 15, the runners traveled to Cartersville to compete in Hurricane Alley at Dellinger Park.
It appears all the rain that fell this week is the only thing slowing down the Sonoraville High School softball team’s march towards a Region championship.
The Sonoraville High School football squad will look to get back on track this week when they play their second AAA Region 6 game on the road at North Murray.
Current Sonoraville quarterback and Phoenix baseball player Jaxon Pate recently received Outstanding Offensive Player of the Year as a member of his travel baseball team.
The Gordon Central High School football team will end its road show and non-region schedule Friday night when they play at Gordon Lee High School in Chickamauga.
The Calhoun High School cross country team traveled to Carrollton on Saturday to compete in the Carrollton Orthopaedic Invitational on the state championship course.
Runners and coaches from across the county met at the Calhoun Recreation Department on Tuesday to compete in the Gordon County Middle School Cross Country Championship.
The Gordon Central High School football team didn’t win last Friday night against Southeast Whitfield, but for the first time this season they seemed to have a lot of fun.
Scoring 26 points in the second half while the defense pitched another shutout, Sonoraville rolled past Fannin County 32-0 Friday night at The Furnace.
The Calhoun High School softball team has won three of its first four 5-A Region 7 games and head coach Diane Smith knows her team is moving in the right direction
The Gordon Central softball team’s attempt at a big come-from-behind victory came up just short Wednesday afternoon with a non-region 11-6 loss to Armuchee on the Warriors’ turf.
Recent COVID-19 concerns will affect Calhoun’s football schedule, as the cancellation of a non-region matchup was announced last Wednesday.