• Bobcats Represent Well at GHSA State

    This past weekend the GHSA State Traditional Tournament was held at the Macon Centreplex and once again the Bobcats of Gilmer High School were well represented. Coach Josh Gobadapoor in his first Season at Gilmer High School continued the winning tradition with 12 student athletes qualifying for the Individual State Tournament after a strong showing […]

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  • Gilmer Basketball Takes Big Region Wins

    The Lady Raiders of Southeast Whitfield came into Gilmer High School on Monday looking for an upset and there wasn’t any way the Lady Cats would let that happen.  Action started slow with the Lady Cats having to get passed a low shooting percentage and foul trouble early in the first period thus allowing the […]

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  • Lady Cats: Teammates-Friends-Sisters

    As the 2017-2018 season comes to a close for the Lady Cats of Gilmer High School, two this are guaranteed. First is that the ladies on this team put their heart into every game and left everything they had on the court.  Second is that Emma Callihan and Mary Lee Callihan will still be balling […]

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  • Bobcats Take Top Spot at Area Tournament

    The GHSA Area Tournament was hosted by the Bobcats of Gilmer Co. on Saturday and the winning tradition continued.  Wrestlers from several High Schools in the surrounding area made the trek to Gilmer High School to do their best and wrestle their way to the top of the podium.  These young men where giving all […]

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  • Gilmer Basketball Brings Instant Classics to the Hardwoods

    On the night when future stars from Gilmer County Parks and Recreation were recognized between games, the stars of the present gave the crowd exactly what they came for.  The 6-AAAA Lady Bobcats(11-9 overall, 5-4 Region) hosted the 7-AAA Lady Rebels(8-12 overall, 2-7 Region) of Fannin Co. in a non-region match up. The first period […]

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  • Snow Sprawl: Burnt Mountain Classic turnout better than expected

    The Burnt Mountain Classic took place on Friday night and Saturday at Pickens Co. High School.  The Classic comes with high expectations by the teams attending – and  although inclement weather forced school cancellations throughout the week – the tournament still lived up to the bill. Although the weather was rough all week, 15 of 19 […]

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