Heritage

COLUMBUS, Ga. — All six northwest Georgia softball teams are still alive in the GHSA state tournament, and at least one classification will have a state finalist from the area.

COLUMBUS, Ga. — Pitchers stole the show for Heritage and Northwest Whitfield in the GHSA Class AAAA Elite Eight softball tournament Thursday, both in the circle and at the plate. As a result, the two Region 7 rivals will meet today at 5 in the winners-bracket final.

The last Friday of Tennessee's high school football regular season has numerous coaches changing their postgame rituals.

Storyline: The District 7-AA championship is on the line. Signal can take it with a win while Sequatchie would need to win and Grundy County beat Notre Dame to get it.

(Coaches are invited to make nominations. Send an e-mail to Ward Gossett at wgossett@timesfreepress.com by 6 p.m. each Saturday.)

If you know of a 2013 football schedule change, please notify Ward Gossett at wgossett@timesfreepress.com.

Storyline: This is playoff preparation between two ranked teams in different districts, but the same postseason Class 5A grouping.

RINGGOLD, Ga. — It's on to Columbus.

With one round of playoffs to go before Georgia's high school softball elite convene in Columbus to decide championships in seven classifications, the usual candidates are representing northwest Georgia.

How many more years are non-scholarship private schools that are in Tennessee's Division I with public schools going to stay, or be allowed to stay?

If you know of a 2013 football schedule change, please notify Ward Gossett at wgossett@timesfreepress.com.

(Coaches are invited to make nominations. Send an email to Ward Gossett at wgossett@timesfreepress.com by 6 p.m. each Saturday.)

Storyline: The teams have three common opponents — each beat Pope John Paul II and McCallie and lost to Montgomery Bell Academy.

RINGGOLD, Ga. — Their offense somewhat lacking, Heritage's Generals turned to pitching, defense and aggressive baserunning to advance in the Georgia AAAA state softball tournament Wednesday.

Boyd-Buchanan quarterback Jim Cardwell has added another talent to his repertoire. In addition to punting, passing, kicking, running and tackling, the Buccaneers senior can now be called snake-handler.

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