Cartersville Boys Varsity Baseball

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Canes Athletes performing beyond High School Spring 2019

Canes Athletes in College,21394? Posted Monday, February 18, 2019 STAFF REPORT Cartersville High School athletes across the country are helping their respective athletic teams achieve success. Some are assisting their teams in getting off to good starts to the year; some are making sure recent runs of good form continue; and some are even keeping seasons alive

Canes Baseball defeats Villa Rica on Opening Day, 8-2

Canes Baseball defeats Villa Rica on Opening Day, 8-2,21358? Cartersville senior Mason Barnett delivers to the plate during Cartersville’s opening-day win over Villa Rica Thursday at Richard Bell Field. Barnett threw 3 2/3 innings with six strikeouts without allowing a hit. RUSSELL ANDREWS/SPECIAL Posted Thursday, February 14, 2019 STAFF REPORT Cartersville 8, Villa Rica 2  

Former Cane, Current LA Angels Connor Justus Hosts Camp for Cause

Camp for a Cause,21331? Posted Monday, February 11, 2019 STAFF REPORT Connor Justus, a former Cartersville High baseball standout and current professional player in the Los Angeles Angels organization, conducted a one-day camp for youngsters Saturday at Richard Bell Field in Cartersville. The camp was used to raise money for the Garrett Black Scholarship Fund, which

Cartersville’s Morris signs with LaGrange College

Cartersville’s Morris signs with LaGrange College The Daily-Tribune News 2/7/2019 Shortly after signing Wednesday to play baseball with LaGrange College, Cartersville High School Senior Pitcher Gage Morris hugs his grandmother, Dianne Woods, as his mother, Jada Dean, takes a picture.  Wednesday was National Signing Day for high school athletes across the country.

5 Cartersville baseball players sign to play collegiately

5 Cartersville baseball players sign to play collegiately,20651   BY NICHOLAS SULLIVAN The Cartersville baseball program boasts an incredibly talented senior class — an even deeper one than last year’s headlined by MLB draft picks Anthony Seigler and Devin Warner. A good portion of that talent was on display Wednesday in the high school