For just the third time in the history of the Tennessee-Georgia All-Star Softball Classic, Team Georgia was able to keep Team Tennessee from collecting a win in the annual doubleheader.
The Summerville 8-year-olds claimed the championship of the 7 and 8-year-old Dizzy Dean District 1 baseball tournament with a 13-5 victory over the Chickamauga 8-year-olds in Chickamauga on Monday night.
The first time the Chickamauga Crushers and the Catoosa Elite met in the Dizzy Dean 6-year-old District 1 tournament this week resulted in the second-closest game in pool play with the Crushers holding off the Elite, 10-7, on Friday night.
A pair of former Ridgeland Panthers will be taking their games to the college level as recent graduates Nate Davis and Jordan McLin (Class of 2021) recently signed on to play at Lane College.
Here are the scores of weekend pool play and the bracket play schedule for the 6-year-old tournament being held at the Fort Oglethorpe Recreation fields.
Trailing 7-1, Team Georgia combined for four runs in the seventh and eighth innings, but eventually came up two runs short as Team Tennessee scored a 7-5 victory in the 19th Stump Martin Memorial Tennessee-Georgia All-Star Baseball Classic at Ridgeland High School on Tuesday night.
The 2021 Chattanooga Area Swim League got underway atop Lookout Mountain Monday night as the Fairyland Flash hosted the Catoosa Great White Sharks in a Red Division meet at the Fairyland Club.
The champion of the 11 and 12-year-old Dizzy Dean District 1 baseball tournament is scheduled to be decided tonight in Chickamauga as the Rock Spring 11's and the Dade County 11's will face off in the title game at 7 p.m. at the Chickamauga Recreation complex.
After a year's absence due to coronavirus concerns, the Stump Martin Memorial Tennessee-Georgia All-Star Baseball Classic will return to the field on Thursday, June 10 at Ridgeland High School.
Fresh off a Region 6-A title and their sixth appearance in the Class A Public School state championship series in the past eight full seasons, the Gordon Lee Trojans dominated the All-Region baseball squads, which were voted on by the Region 6-A coaches and released to the public earlier this week.
It was just over a week ago when Ridgeland's Logan Montgomery proved to be the best boys' shot put and discus thrower in all of Class AAAA.
The Heritage High School football team closed out their 2021 spring practice with a four-quarter scrimmage at Class AAAAAA Dalton Friday night at historic Harmon field.
The Metter Tigers scored four times in the top of the fifth inning to erase a 5-2 deficit and hung on to defeat Gordon Lee, 6-5, in the third and deciding game of the GHSA Class A Public School state championship series in Savannah on Saturday.
After getting several timely hits in Friday night's series opener, the Gordon Lee Trojans' bats were shut down in Game 2 of the doubleheader, meaning there will be a winner-take-all battle on Saturday for the GHSA Class A Public School state championship.
One of the best girls' basketball players to ever put on a LaFayette High School uniform will take her considerable talents to the Scenic City next season as senior LaTyah Barber signed paperwork to continue her hoops career at Chattanooga State this past Friday.
As the son of LaFayette High School boys' golf coach Tom Langford, Grant Langford has been following his dad's teams all over the state for the last several years, waiting for the day that he could tee it up at the state tournament as a Rambler.
Best friends all throughout high school, Imani Cook and Kloe Ludy have also been important parts of the success of the LaFayette High School volleyball program over the past four seasons.
The Heritage Generals, who finished Monday's round at 310, could only manage a 318 on Tuesday in the final round of the Class AAAA boys' state championship at the University of Georgia course in Athens.
After shooting 90 on Monday, Gordon Lee's Cora Mount followed up with an 87 in Tuesday's final round to place seventh overall in the Class A Public School girls' individual standings at 15-over-par 177.
The Ringgold Lady Tigers had a big final round in the Girls' Class AAA state championship at Apple Mountain Golf Club in Clarkesville on Tuesday.
ACE Charter School came to Chickamauga for the state baseball semifinals, looking to test themselves and earned a huge measure of respect by not only taking Game 1 against the two-time defending Class A Public School state champions, but by continuing to battle tooth-and-nail for the entire …
The last LaFayette High School golfer to win an individual state title was P.J. Shields, who tied for the championship back in 2009 when the state finals only consisted of 18 holes.
The Montgomery County Lady Eagles scored points in six events on Saturday, including three wins and one runner-up finish, to finish the Class A Public School girls' state track meet with 92 points and a 38-point cushion over their next closest competitor.
Ten games into the 2021 season, the Ringgold Tigers sat at .500 with a 5-5 record, albeit against a brutal non-region slate that featured games against some of the top teams the state had to offer.
You have to go back to the 2019 state championship series to find the last time that the Gordon Lee Trojans were involved in a playoff series that went three games.
One way or the other, Gabe Elmore's long quest for a state track championship was finally going to come to an end in Albany on Saturday as the Ringgold senior set up in the starting blocks, waiting for the gun to begin his final 110 hurdles race as a high school athlete.
Ringgold senior hurdler Gabe Elmore, the only athlete from either Catoosa or Walker County participating in the boys or girls' Class AAA meets, will have a chance to claim GHSA gold on Saturday after turning in the top qualifying time in the 110 hurdles final on Friday.
Friday, May 14th, 2021 will be a day to remember in the history of Ridgeland High School athletics as the school got to celebrate not just one, but its first two individual state championships in track.
With eight individual races left in the 2021 GHSA Class A Public School Girls' State Championships, the Gordon Lee Lady Trojans are in position to capture a second straight state crown
As expected, the Gordon Lee Lady Trojans - winners of the Class A Public School state track title the last time the event was held in 2019 - got out to a very strong start on the first day of the 2021 GHSA state championships in Albany on Thursday.
The second-ever trip to the state semifinals for the Heritage Lady Generals did not go the way the Navy-and-Red were hoping as top-ranked North Oconee continued its unbeaten season with a 9-0 victory in the Class AAAA Final Four Monday night in Bogart.
The 2021 season officially came to an end for the Heritage baseball team on Monday as the 10th-ranked Generals ran into a buzzsaw in Savannah as second-ranked Benedictine swept the Class AAAA best-of-three state quarterfinal series, 11-2 and 20-1.
One of the most highly decorated athletes at Heritage High School, senior Allison Craft will be taking her talents and drive to Truett-McConnell University this fall to run cross country for the Bears.
After a delay of several days, the 2021 NGAC baseball tournament finals finally got underway on Friday night and it will take a third game to decide to a champion.
The Gordon Lee Lady Trojans will head to Albany next weekend with a chance to defend their Class A Public School state track championship after qualifying athletes in 13 different events at a state sectional meet at Banks County High School on Saturday.
For decades, the rivalries between Lakeview and Chattanooga Valley and Lakeview and Rossville were some of the fiercest ones in all of northwest Georgia in all sports, but especially when it came to Friday nights in the fall.
The Heritage High School football team will hold the annual Jeff Sims Memorial Golf Tournament on Monday, May 24 the Windstone Golf Club in Ringgold. Registration will begin at 11:30 a.m., followed by lunch at 12 noon and a shotgun start at 1 p.m.