Thanksgiving week has brought with it some postseason awards for local softball players in Region 6-AAA and 6-A Public.
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Nearly 10 months removed from their first region championship in 24 years, the LFO Warriors raised the curtain on the 2020-2021 season Monday night by blitzing Silverdale Baptist Academy, 67-31, in a road game in Chattanooga.
After verbally committing over 15 months ago, LFO senior softball player Haley Stahl made it official on Friday as she signed papers to continue her playing career in nearby Dayton, Tenn. for Bryan College.
Jacob Brown had another huge game for LFO on Friday night, but the Warriors came up three points short in a 38-35 loss at Murray County.
A pair of long touchdowns runs by Jacob Brown couldn't over come three costly fumbles by the Warriors and LFO would drop a 33-13 decision to the North Murray Mountaineers Friday night in Chatsworth.
The LFO Warriors were not able to pull off another big 6-AAA upset on Friday night as they fell behind 24-0 in the first half en route to a 45-13 loss at region leader Rockmart on Friday.
The Catoosa and Walker County area will be well-represented at the upcoming Class AAA State Cross Country Championships as both LaFayette and Ringgold will send both of its teams to the event.
After four tough losses to start the season, and an extra week to stew about it, the LFO Warriors got their offense rolling on Friday night and knocked off Sonoraville, 44-37, in a Region 6-AAA battle at Tommy Cash Stadium.
The first round of the Area 6-AAA volleyball tournament is in the books and the top-seeded LaFayette Lady Ramblers rolled into the winners' bracket semifinals with a 25-8, 25-9 victory over No. 9-seeded Coahulla Creek Thursday night in south Walker County. The Lady Colts knocked off No. 8 Ro…
Just six teams from 6-AAA qualified for the region's postseason and the region playoffs got started on Thursday as No. 4-seeded Ringgold hosted No. 5-seeded and Catoosa County rival LFO to see who would move on and whose season would come to an end.
Allison Craft placed third overall and the Heritage Lady Generals finished sixth in the team standings at the Fast Break Challenge at Heritage High School on Thursday.