With a 52-6 lopsided win over Woodland last Friday night, the state-ranked Calhoun High School football team clinched a berth in the rapidly-approaching 5A state playoffs.
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When Adairsville Tiger Head Coach Eric Bishop called this group of Tigers the “Cardiac Cats”, he had no clue how significant that nickname would be as the Adairsville Tigers came up with three fourth quarter touchdowns Friday night to defeat the visiting rival Sonoraville Phoenix, 21-14.
Adairsville quarterback Jonathan Gough threw a 24-yard touchdown pass with just 10 seconds left Friday night, lifting the Tigers to a 21-14 come-from-behind win over Sonoraville in a critical AAA Region 6 contest.
The state-ranked Calhoun High School football team remained perfect in 5A Region 7 Friday night with an easy 52-6 dismantling of Woodland at Phil Reeve Stadium.
Two teams that desperately wanted to break into the win column in 2021 went to battle on Thursday night as Coosa hosted Gordon Central for Region 7-AA matchup, and it was the Eagles that made just a few more plays which made the difference.
The Calhoun High School football team can inch closer towards a possible region championship and definite playoff berth Friday night when they return home to host Woodland at Phil Reeve Stadium.
The Gordon Central High School football team will have its own version of Thursday night lights this week when they travel to play winless Coosa in a AA Region 7 matchup.
The Calhoun High School cross country teams continued to show growth and improvement when they raced in the Grove Level Stampede in Varnell, Georgia on Thursday.
Either Calhoun or Blessed Trinity will take a huge step towards winning a 5A Region 7 football championship Friday night when the two teams meet in Roswell.
On Friday, Oct. 1, during the Homecoming pregame show, the Calhoun Board of Education, Superintendent Dr. Michele Taylor, Athletic Director Dr. Brock Holley and Principal Casey Parker recognized Chip Henderson, a 1986 Calhoun High School graduate, teacher and coach, on an outstanding career …
For the first time this year, the Gordon Central High School football team will play home games on consecutive weeks this Friday night when the Warriors meet Chattooga on Senior night at Ratner Stadium.
The state-ranked Sonoraville High School softball team are likely the AAA Region 6 champions, entering this week needing just two wins or a LaFayette loss to seal the deal.
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.
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.
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.