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Tyler Biddle came up with a surprise Thursday.

DALTON, Ga. — Heritage High School's baseball team evened its season-ending 7B-AAAA series with Dalton by winning 14-6 in an offensive barrage.

  • April 18th, 2014  |
  • By By Idris Garcia

Much like the Postal Service motto that claims its carriers refuse to allow any outside elements to prevent them from making their appointed rounds, Skylar Parton refuses to let even a birth defect prevent her from playing the game she loves.

If not for baseball, Brody Binder might have been a college football quarterback.

Randy Young started the season unsure not only about what his Tyner soccer team would look like but where the Rams would call their home.

The Dalton High School teams each placed second in the Region 7-AAAA tennis tournament Thursday afternoon. They were two of the five teams that qualified for the state playoffs, which begin next week.

RINGGOLD, Ga. — There's a reason established high school baseball coaches load their nonregion schedules with elite competition.

DALTON, Ga. — Dalton's tennis teams were among five area teams that claimed wins on the first day of the Region 7-AAAA tennis tournament at Lakeshore Park on Wednesday.

Postseason baseball berths are being sewn up in northwest Georgia, but even though some teams have already secured their playoff appearance it doesn't mean the next week isn't crucial. In fact, a crucial win or loss in the last few regular season games can mean the difference between favorable or unwanted seeding.

Abdulhakim Ado, one of the top rising junior basketball players in the nation, has recently been selected to participate in the USA Elite National Under 20 team in the World Championships in Tourcoing, France.

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