COHUTTA, Ga. — Third place was crowded with area talent Monday in the GHSA Class AAAA girls' state golf tournament at Nob North.
There's no quick way to get to the ocean from Dalton.
Memorable TSSAA Spring Fling performances by area athletes and teams
CARROLLTON, Ga. — Well after the initial celebration of their first outright state soccer championship had ended, the Dalton soccer Catamounts stood around the bench laughing, talking about ring sizes and dinner plans.
A creek runs down the right side of the fourth hole at Dalton Golf and Country Club.
DALTON, Ga. — When opposing soccer teams put together a game plan to go against the skill of Dalton High School, it usually involves playing physical and having keeping more focus on the defensive end of the field.
While traditional spring sports such as baseball, softball and track are winding down, the Southern tradition of spring football practice is just kicking off at many tri-state area schools.
Three of the final four teams in the Georgia Class AAAA boys' soccer state playoffs are based in Whitfield County.
DALTON, Ga. — The Dalton soccer team squandered plenty of opportunities Wednesday that would have turned their Class AAAA state second-round playoff game with Johnson into a blowout. Yet they made just enough shots to advance.
Corey Swafford, GPS: She allowed no hits and struck out six in three innings on the mound as GPS topped Ensworth, 4-0.
The Dalton High School girls' golf team already qualified for the Georgia Class AAAA state tournament to be held May 20 at the nearby Nob North course.
Jim McGrew figured his Northwest Whitfield boys golf team would be playing today in a State Sectional.
In the stroke of a single day, Bledsoe County went from being in position for its first district baseball championship in more than two decades to hosting a District 7-AA playoff game Thursday afternoon.
• Hannah Morrison, Marion County: She hit a home run in a 5-1 softball defeat of Whitwell.
TUNNEL HILL, Ga. — The Northwest Whitfield girls' soccer team finally has cleared the hurdle of beating a red opponent.