The Heritage Generals assured themselves of a first-round state playoff series at home as they took a doubleheader from Central-Carroll Friday night in Boynton to sweep the season series.
The Gordon Lee Trojans clinched another Region 6-A championship on Friday night, but are in no way planning to coast into the Class A Public School state playoffs.
Exactly one month ago, the LFO Warriors were sitting at 1-12 overall and getting set to host North Murray in the first Region 6-AAA game of the 2021 season.
If Friday night's Gordon Lee Invitational track meet is any indication, the North Georgia Athletic Conference championship meet later this month is shaping up to be a barnburner, especially on the boys' side.
After falling short by just two runs on Tuesday, the Ridgeland Panthers returned home on Friday to face Northwest Whitfield in the final two games of their three-game Region 7-AAAA series.
The LFO Lady Warriors, still smarting from a 1-0 loss at North Murray on Thursday night, refocused on Friday and will take some huge momentum into the Class 3A state tournament after beating Adairsville, 2-0.
Cade Kiniry has been an integral part of the success of the football, basketball and baseball teams at Heritage High School for the majority of his four years at the school and, up until recently, Kiniry had made up his mind to hang up his cleats for good and simply attend college as a non-a…
The LFO Warriors and Lady Warriors traveled south to Chatsworth on Thursday to take on North Murray in a pair of important, late-season, Region 6-AAA matches and the final results were not what the Red-and-White were hoping for.
Mother Nature would interfere with the Region 6-AAA tennis tournament at Lakeshore Park in Dalton earlier this week, and while the LaFayette Lady Ramblers did not claim a region championship, they got the top consolation prize - a first-round state playoff match at home.
The boys' varsity golf teams from Heritage, LaFayette and Gordon Lee High Schools made the drive to McLemore Golf Club on Thursday for a nine-hole match and it was the Generals continuing their impressive spring campaign.
The LFO Warriors made it four victories in a row and clinched a spot in the state playoffs for the first time since 2012 with a 10-3 victory at LaFayette on Thursday, giving them a sweep of the two-game series with the Ramblers.
The Saddle Ridge Lady Mustangs won their next-to-last regular season match in shutout fashion on Wednesday, defeating Lakeview by a 5-0 count.
LaFayette High School announced Wednesday morning that Andy Scott has been named as the school’s new head football coach. Scott is the 37th head coach of the Ramblers, dating back to 1923.
The Gordon Lee Trojans got a 45 from Ayden Cordell and 46 from Zane Blaylock as they picked up an eight-shot victory over LFO in a nine-hole match at Brown Acres Golf Club in Chattanooga on Wednesday.
A brief shower could do little to dampen the roll that the Gordon Lee Trojans continue to be on as the Navy-and-White pounded out 12 hits in a 6-0 home victory over Armuchee on Wednesday.
The LaFayette Lady Ramblers clinched the North Georgia Athletic Conference regular season title and the No. 1 seed for the playoffs with a hard-fought 2-1 home win over Trion on Wednesday.
The LaFayette Ramblers split their most recent two NGAC games, losing at home to Trion on on Tuesday before bouncing back to pick up a victory at Saddle Ridge on Wednesday.
The Ridgeland Panthers put up a fight in Tunnel Hill on Tuesday night, but eventually dropped a 3-1 decision to Northwest Whitfield in the first game of a three-game Region 7-AAAA series.
Two of the top girls' track teams in the northwest Georgia area battled for top honors at Southeast Whitfield on Tuesday night and it was the Gordon Lee Lady Trojans finishing with 173 points to take the win in the seven-team meet.
The LaFayette Ramblers held off a challenge from the Rossville Bulldogs to take first place in a five-team meet at LFO High School on Tuesday. LaFayette ended the meet with 97 points, while Rossville (75) finished in shouting distance of the Ramblers. Chattanooga Valley (44.5), Lakeview (41)…
The Heritage Lady Generals gave it their best effort, but came up on the short end of a 3-1 decision to the top-seeded Central-Carroll Lady Lions in the Region 7-AAAA tennis tournament finals at Lakeshore Park in Dalton on Tuesday.
The Ringgold Lady Tigers nearly lapped the field in winning a five-team meet at LFO High School on Tuesday. Ringgold finished with 115 points, nearly double that of second-place Chattanooga Valley (64.5). Lakeview (53), LaFayette (36) and Rossville (11.5) rounded out the team standings.
The Heritage Generals and Ringgold Tigers put on a show for middle school baseball fans in Ringgold on Tuesday afternoon and, when the dust had finally settled, it was the Generals handing the Tigers just their first loss of the 2021 season with a 6-5, eight-inning defeat.
The Saddle Ridge Mustangs battled on a tough scoring day at the LaFayette Golf Course and held off Gordon Lee, Heritage and Dade for another victory on Monday.
The Ringgold Lady Tigers had to endure their second consecutive penalty-kick shootout, but earned a very important Region 6-AAA victory at home on Tuesday against the scrappy LaFayette Lady Ramblers.
The Heritage Generals set a new program record with a team score of 300 as they won the Field's Ferry Invitational in Calhoun on Tuesday.
A seven-run frame in the bottom of the first inning provided all the cushion the Lakeview Warriors would need as they picked up an 11-0 victory over Rossville on Tuesday.
The LFO Warriors hosted the LaFayette Ramblers in the first of two very important Region 6-AAA games on Tuesday night and it was the home team escaping danger in the top of the seventh inning to hang on for a 4-3 victory.
The Ringgold Tigers, who climbed to No. 3 in the Class AAA state rankings earlier on Tuesday, scored eight runs in the top of the fourth inning later that night to bowl over Adairsville, 10-0, in Bartow County.
The Gordon Lee Trojans spotted visiting Trion a run in the top of the first inning on Tuesday, but responded with four in the bottom of the inning and that would be all they needed in a 4-1 win over the Bulldogs.
The Heritage Middle School track teams welcomed in Dalton, Lakeview and Saddle Ridge for a four-team meet on Monday and it was the Cougars of the Carpet Capital sweeping the boys' and the girls' meets.