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Calhoun gets balance of work and rest during bye week

 
Alex Farrer, Calhoun Times Sports Editor

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Calhoun ready for improved Eagles

 
Alex Farrer, Calhoun Times Sports Editor

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New Jumbotron makes it's debut at Calhoun

by Abbey Lennon, Calhoun Times Managing Editor

 
Phil Reeve stadium was buzzing Friday night, and it wasn't because it was filled with Calhoun Yellow Jackets, but because of the new Jumbotron that lit up Phil Reeve Stadium.

The large screen made its display debut. CHS students were responsible for the production shown on the big screen for fans and included replays as well as fan interaction during the game. Students were able to play music and display the video and... read more

Calhoun rolls in region opener

 
Aaron Mann, Calhoun Times staff writer

The Calhoun Yellow Jackets shut out the Dade County Wolverines in the region opener 38–0.

Both teams came in with 2-1 records but the Jackets walked out with the win, bringing this years record to 3-1 overall.

“Well we played much better tonight,” Calhoun head coach Hal Lamb said. “Offensively, it’s a continuous work in progress. On defense I thought we played real well, and our special teams played real good... read more

Jumbotron to be unveiled at Calhoun-Dade matchup

 

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The main show will be on the field on Friday night, but the fans that come to Phil Reeve Stadium to see Calhoun host Dade County will get a little extra treat as well.

The stadium will debut its new ‘Jumbotron’ video board as part of the regular football festivities. The board, which is being paid for entirely by the Calhoun Touchdown Club, will feature a large video screen for showing game action, replays, graphics and advertisements.

“We’re... read more

Jackets struggle on both sides of ball in one-sided road loss at Carrollton

 
Posted: Saturday, September 14, 2013 12:15 am
Alex Farrer, Calhoun Times Sports Editor

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Calhoun defense dominates Dalton in 17-2 win

 
CALHOUN, Ga. — The lights weren't the only thing to lose power Friday night at Calhoun's Phil Reeve Stadium.
A blown transformer at halftime resulted in more than an hour delay of the Yellow Jackets' game against Dalton. The Calhoun defense didn't need any help to unplug the Catamounts' offense, limiting the visitors to 119 total yards in a 17-2 win.
The loss marks the first time since 1975 Dalton has started a season 0-2, while Calhoun, after a 37-0 win at Ridgeland last... read more

Friday Night Rewind: Cats have different sort of trouble with the run

 
The Daily Citizensports@daltoncitizen.com

When Dalton High School’s football team opened its season Aug. 23 with a 33-27 triple-overtime loss to Ringgold at Harmon Field, the Catamounts had little trouble running the ball but plenty of problems defending it.

This past Friday at Calhoun, the opposite was true.

Dalton was limited to 38 yards on the ground as it lost 17-2 to fall to 0-2 for the first time since 1975... read more

Calhoun 17 - Dalton 2

 
Alex Farrer, Calhoun Times Sports Editor

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Calhoun 37 Ridgland 0

The sign says it all!  "Let's get it started."  Last Friday night the air was thick with something other than just the humidity .  The anticipated rematch with Ridgland was being billed as the first real test for both teams.  Ridgland was trying to figure out how to replace several key position players and whether or not Calhoun had come up with a suitable replacement at the quarterback position.  While they may have been focused on our offense, they should have heeded the train whistle they... read more

Calhoun 37 - Rome 14

It's official.  The 2013 season is now underway and the winning tradition is alive and well.  It was a great night for football.  The cool temperature and absence of rain felt more like early October instead of mid August and if there were any questions that needed to be answered, I think they were answered tonight with an excellent showing by the varsity, JV, and 9th graders.  A lot of young men saw action and all levels put points on the board with the high powered quick hitting offense... read more