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  1. 1 thriller, 1 blowout in stellar day for 'CatsRead the original story

    Aug 25, 2018 | Daily Tribune News

    A thrilling extra-inning, 7-6 win for the Woodland High softball team against Coffee preceded a 12-0 blowout victory in the second game of the day against Armuchee to round out a stellar first day for the Lady Wildcats in the Allatoona Buccaneer Bash. Playing Friday in its home ballpark, Woodland went nine innings in Game 1 against Coffee.


  2. Woodland splits in Bartow volleyball actionRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 21, 2018 | Daily Tribune News

    The Woodland High volleyball team cruised to one win, and lost a close three-setter in its other match during a three-way play day at Rockmart Tuesday. The Lady Wildcats lost the first one to Central, Carroll in a closely contested match.


  3. Max WorleyRead the original story

    Aug 17, 2018 | Daily Tribune News

    Max Worley, age 89, of the Texas Valley community, Armuchee, passed away Wednesday morning, August 8, 2018, in a local health care facility. Mr. Worley was born in Bartow County on April 14, 1929, to the late William O. Worley and Corinne Lipscomb Worley.


  4. Cartersville wrestling coach Edwards retiresRead the original story

    Jun 13, 2018 | Daily Tribune News

    Cartersville School Board president Kelley Dial, right, shares a laugh with Cartersville High School wrestling coach Garvin Edwards as she presents him with his retirement clock at Monday's school board meeting.


  5. Bears spotted in Cassville and WhiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 6, 2018 | Daily Tribune News

    Christine Saulter awoke Tuesday to find all three of the bird feeders in her south Bartow yard pulled out and bent in odd shapes. The bird feed was gone too.


  6. Bishop pleased with Tigers' spring showingRead the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2018 | Daily Tribune News

    For Adairsville head football coach Eric Bishop, the "spring" in spring practice doesn't stand for the season as much as it serves as a shortened version of "springboard." He views the abbreviated schedule as the main building block for a successful season.


  7. Questions becoming answers as Tigers ready for spring gameRead the original story w/Photo

    May 10, 2018 | Daily Tribune News

    When Adairsville head football coach Eric Bishop was compiling statistics for the December banquet after the 2017 season, he realized just how many of his top contributors were going to graduate. He tallied the tackle totals and saw that his top two in that category, Dakota Hughes and Bryce Burgess, were both seniors.


  8. Kingston media specialist wins Intellectual FOI AwardRead the original story

    May 7, 2018 | Daily Tribune News

    Leigha Burnham, the media and technology specialist at Kingston Elementary, has won the Georgia Library Media Association Intellectual Freedom of Information Award, which she will receive The award recognizes an individual who upholds the principles of intellectual freedom as set forth by the American Library Association of School Librarians and the American Library Association.


  9. Pelfrey does it all as Tigers edge WildcatsRead the original story

    Mar 8, 2018 | Daily Tribune News

    Kyler Pelfrey seems to be at his best when he's facing Bartow County rivals, then again the Adairsville senior has been outstanding regardless of who the Tigers have faced this year. Having earned a win against Cass earlier in the season, Pelfrey improved to 2-0 against intracounty competition with a fantastic performance in a 3-1 home victory over Woodland on Thursday.


  10. Pelfrey, bats boost TigersRead the original story

    Mar 3, 2018 | Daily Tribune News

    Playing at home, the Tigers won by convincing final scores of 10-0 and 13-7 - the latter of which saw Adairsville hold a 10-1 lead before Armuchee made the margin more respectable. In another incredible performance on the mound, Kyler Pelfrey had 14 strikeouts and no walks with just two hits allowed in six innings.


  11. Coursey tossed early, Wildcats collapse lateRead the original story

    Feb 19, 2018 | Daily Tribune News

    The emotions of the Woodland baseball team ran the gamut over the course of Monday's three-hour thriller on the road at Rockmart. Early on, there was plenty of frustration.


  12. Wasteful Wildcats fall in opening gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 13, 2018 | Daily Tribune News

    The regular season could not have gotten off to a much worse start for the Woodland baseball team Tuesday at LakePoint. The Wildcats gave up four runs before even coming to the plate, and they never could quite overcome the deficit, leaving nine runners on base, in an 8-4 season-opening loss to Armuchee.


  13. Adairsville basketball sweeps ArmucheeRead the original story

    Jan 13, 2018 | Daily Tribune News

    Last week, the Adairsville boys followed up a massive Region 6-AAAa Svictory over Calhoun on Friday with a rough defeat to Rockmart. This week, Hunter Hice made sure history didn't repeat itself.


  14. Henderson's late free throws lift Tigers over top team in regionRead the original story

    Jan 12, 2018 | Daily Tribune News

    Adairsville boys coach Alex Disbrow had the exact scenario he wanted. Senior Cody Henderson stood at the foul line with a chance to help salt away a hard-fought win over Sonoraville with two free throws.


  15. From Cartersville to Wyoming: One of GHC's longest-running field coursesaRead the original story

    Jan 3, 2018 | Daily Tribune News

    This summer, a group of college students will learn about geology using a textbook unlike any they've ever used. For 20 years, Billy Morris, an associate professor of geology at Georgia Highlands College, has trekked across Wyoming with anywhere from 12 to 24 students during a summer field course trip where the classroom is a mountain range, and the textbooks are fossils.


  16. Woodland drops final game of holiday tournamentRead the original story

    Dec 21, 2017 | Daily Tribune News

    The Woodland girls basketball team is about to head into the heart of its region schedule, one that includes two top-10 ranked teams and a Cass team that's knocking on the door of the top 10. However, before then, the Lady Wildcats wrapped up the Rome News-Tribune Holiday Festival with a 1-2 record, losing the final game of the tournament, 46-36, Thursday againsta SArmuchee. Despite the loss, senior guard Whitney Harris continued her strong start to the season.a SShe poured in a team-high 16 points, while Madgie Robinson added 11. It was almost alla SHarris for Woodland in the first quarter, as Armuchee took a 12-7 lead, with Harris scoring six on two 3-pointers.


  17. Pugh's 23 pushes Cartersville into tourney semifinalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 20, 2017 | Daily Tribune News

    Cartersville senior Grant Harris scores two of his 11 Wednesday during a game against Calhoun in the Rome News-Tribune Holiday Festival quarterfinals. After crushing the Yellow Jackets by a 54-27 margin Saturday, this time the Canes had to work for it.


  18. County wrestling teams stay busy over weekendRead the original story

    Dec 4, 2017 | Daily Tribune News

    It was a busy weekend for all four wrestling programs in Bartow County, as Adairsville, Cass, Cartersville and Woodland each attended tournaments. There's a long way to go until they get to region tournaments, but this is the time of year when coaches are trying to determine their final lineup, who they can rely on, and who their biggest competition might be.


  19. Marching season filled with awards, sprinkled with grief for BartowaRead the original story

    Nov 25, 2017 | Daily Tribune News

    Woodland High School's band brought home two grand championships and an armload of first-place trophies this fall while the Adairsville High band suffered the loss of one of its percussionists, Larry Gardner, who was walking to school to meet his fellow musicians for a competition in early October when he was hit by a car and killed.


  20. Cartersville prepares for schedule with new facesRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 14, 2017 | Daily Tribune News

    RANDYa SPARKER/THEa SDAILYa STRIBUNE NEWS, FILE Addie Smith takes a shot during a game for Cartersville in the 2016-17 season.a SSmith is one of two returning starters this year for the Lady Canes. The Cartersville Lady Canes basketball team will have two different starts to their season, and it could set the tone for the rest of their year.


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