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Hot-shooting Patriots hand Canes rare home defeat

Hot-shooting Patriots hand Canes rare home defeat http://daily-tribune.com/stories/hot-shooting-patriots-hand-canes-rare-home-defeat,21203? Cartersville senior Isaac Gridley lays the ball up during Saturday’s home game against Sandy Creek. Gridley finished with 15 points in the Canes’ 84-53 loss. RANDY PARKER/THE DAILY TRIBUNE NEWS Posted Saturday, January 26, 2019 BY NICHOLAS SULLIVAN The Storm Center was rocking as Cartersville junior Micah Tart’s floater

All Teams Schedule: Week of Jan 28 – Feb 03

Jan 29 Boys Varsity Wrestling vs. SENIOR NIGHT Tri-Match (Adairsville / Calhoun / Cartersville) 6:00 pm | Cartersville High School Storm Center Jan 29 Girls Varsity Swimming at Cartersville High School vs. Cass High School 6:00 pm | Adairsville High School Jan 29 Girls Varsity Basketball vs. Chapel Hill High School 6:00 pm   Jan

Bartow XC stars honored at 2nd annual Wire2Wire banquet

Bartow XC stars honored at 2nd annual Wire2Wire banquet http://daily-tribune.com/stories/bartow-xc-stars-honored-at-2nd-annual-wire2wire-banquet,21169? Cross Country Athletes from Woodland and Cartersville were honored for being among the top runners during the 2018 season at a the Wire 2 Wire Bartow County Elite 10 awards banquet Tuesday at Mellow Mushroom. SPECIAL Woodland Junior McKenna Trapheagen and Cartersville sophomore Bill Archer

Cartersville drops region contest

Cartersville drops region contest Posted Tuesday, January 22, 2019 STAFF REPORT Central 43, Cartersville girls 28 A poor start doomed the Cartersville High girls basketball team Tuesday night in its game at Central-Carroll. The Lady Canes were outscored 14-2 in the first quarter and never recovered, ultimately resulting in a 43-28 loss. The game was an important

Canes alone in 2nd with region win

Canes alone in 2nd with region win Posted Tuesday, January 22, 2019 STAFF REPORT Don’t look now, but the Cartersville High boys basketball team is surging up the region standings. After a four-game losing streak came to an end Saturday, the Canes picked up a second region victory in as many games Tuesday, and now stand all

Find your Best College Fit: NCSA Power Rankings | Presented by VNN

Choosing the right college or university is a big decision. And if you’re an athlete, it can make the decision even more stressful. NCSA, the largest recruiting network for college sports, is helping athletes and parents make the best choice with the NCSA Power Rankings. Whether an athlete is searching for the right school on their own or with

Canes sweep top spots at Bartow County swim meet

Canes sweep top spots at Bartow County swim meet http://www.daily-tribune.com/stories/canes-sweep-top-spots-at-bartow-county-swim-meet,21151  Posted Monday, January 21, 2019 STAFF REPORT For the second straight year, a Cartersville High head coach with the last name Surrett was forced into the pool after the Bartow County Swim Championships. In 2018, it was Mindy Surrett, who helped led the Canes to the title

Wrestling Newsletter for Week of 1/21/2019-1/26/2019

What a week we had last week for our program!!!  We achieved our team’s goal of competing in the AAAA State Duals Championship in Macon and took that a step farther to finish as one of the Top 8 Teams in AAAA!!!  I am so proud of this team and honored to be a part

Canes earn big region win

http://www.daily-tribune.com/stories/colonels-canes-earn-big-region-win-woodland-excel-nearly-pull-off-upsets,21143? Posted Saturday, January 19, 2019 STAFF REPORT Cartersville 61, Cedartown 47 The Cartersville boys overcame a halftime deficit with a dominant third quarter to avenge one of their Region 5-AAAA losses with a 61-47 victory over Cedartown on Saturday at The Storm Center. Having played the first meeting without the services of Isaac Gridley, who was

Lady Canes lose at buzzer

http://www.daily-tribune.com/stories/lady-canes-lose-at-buzzer-adairsville-woodland-fall,21144? Posted Saturday, January 19, 2019 STAFF REPORT The Cartersville High girls basketball team nearly earned a big win over a likely playoff team in its region Saturday, but Cedartown hit a shot at the buzzer for a 46-45 Lady Canes loss. Cartersville had a strong shooting start, leading 16-13 after one quarter behind Lehla Thomas’ seven points