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Jake Wells competes in Nationals Championship

Jake Wells, a sophomore at Middle Tennessee State University and a 2017 Trion High School graduate, competed in the NCWA (National Collegiate Wrestling Association) Nationals Championship in Allen, Texas which was held March 14-16.

Chattooga Bass Team competes in first tournament

The Chattooga Bass Fishing Team took to the water for the first time in school history Saturday participating as the school’s first fishing team...

Chattooga Wrestling holds Awards Banquet

Chattooga Wrestling held its award banquet on Saturday. Indians receiving awards: Middle School- Gatlin Keith (Most Improved) Gene Keith, Gavin Carlton, and Landon Carlton (Most Outstanding-League Champs)   High...

Trion takes win over Christian Heritage

Trion Baseball Takes The Win Over Christian Heritage Trion defeated Christian Heritage 6-1 on Friday. Logan Bicknell was the winning pitcher for the Bulldogs. He allowed...

Chattooga Indians Claims Blow-Out Victory Over Gilmer, 14-4

Chattooga Indians Claims Blow-Out Victory Over Gilmer, 14-4

Trion’s Hagen Willingham Inks with Berry College

Trion's Hagen Willingham Inks with Berry College

Chattooga Baseball defeats Model 9-7

Chattooga Indians Clinches Lead In Sixth Inning For Victory Over Model

Foster, the Lion

Chattooga High School Alumnus Isaiah Foster won his first collegiate title with Emmanuel College.

Local Youth Wrestlers compete in State Tournaments

The Summerville Youth Wrestlers wrapped up its season on the mat competing at the AAU and USA state tournaments: the Indians claimed eight State Championships.

Indians Max Out for State Powerlifting Titles

Chattooga High School claimed the Boys and Girls State Championship which was sweet redemption for both squads after a one-point loss for the boys and second place finish for the girls last year. Mia Crider (132) set the Georgia record in Squat with 220.5 lbs and Mackenzie Blackmon (123) set the Deadlift record for Georgia with 226 lbs during that second place effort in 2018.