Catoosa Co. Middle School sports
The coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak and resulting shutdown of public schools in the state of Georgia have taken their toll on athletics at the middle and high school levels.
The Ringgold Tigers scored runs in four of five innings, including five in the bottom of the fifth, to polish off an 11-0, run-rule victory over Saddle Ridge Thursday in Catoosa County.
The Ringgold Tigers plated five runs in the bottom of the third inning and picked up a 5-1 victory over visiting Trion in an NGAC game on Wednesday afternoon.
The Saddle Ridge Mustangs got four goals from Andrew Martin in a 10-0 victory over Chattanooga Valley in an NGAC match in Rock Spring on Monday.
The Ringgold Tigers rallied from a six-run deficit to pull within one run of the lead in the bottom of the sixth inning, but the Blue-and-White would ultimately drop a 9-7 decision to visiting Rome in a non-NGAC game in Ringgold on Friday.
The Ringgold Tigers moved to 2-0 on the season after posting a 7-4 home victory over LaFayette on Thursday night. The game did not count in the NGAC standings.
The Ringgold Lady Tigers have not lost a game to a North Georgia Athletic Conference opponent all season long and they will have on chance on Saturday to finish what they started.
Three of the top four seeds in the North Georgia Athletic Conference girls' basketball tournament will play on Friday night, while one lower-seeded team is set to crash the party.
The semifinals of the North Georgia Athletic Conference boys' basketball tournament are now set and both games will feature battles between Catoosa and Walker County teams.
Following the trend from the boys' tournament games on Monday night, the top two seeds in the girls' North Georgia Athletic Conference basketball tournament also held serve Tuesday night at LaFayette Middle School.