The Gilmer baseball team took the lead in the top of the fifth and held on late in a 3-2 win against Union Co. on Wednesday, March 11, in Blairsville.
The Bobcats (3-10, 0-3 Region 6-4A) were led by Gabe Wolfson at the plate. The junior went 2-for-4 on the day and drove in all three runs for Gilmer.
Five different players had hits for the Panthers (4-8, 1-3 Region 8-AA), with senior Carter Wright and junior JJ Littles driving in a run each.
Gilmer was the first to get on the board, scoring a run in the top of the first inning.
Sophomore Blake Zabala singled to second base to start the inning for the Bobcats. He advanced to second base after a sacrifice from Jess Buckner and then scored on a line-drive double to centerfield from Wolfson to put the score at 1-0.
Union Co. junior shortstop Isaak Mullinack got the Panthers out of the inning with an unassisted double play on a line drive from Gilmer junior Jake Rhodes.
The Panthers tied the game at 1-1 in the bottom of the second inning.
After back-to-back one-out singles from junior Damien Chitwood and senior Alec Youngblood, Little managed to hit a ground ball to short stop. The Bobcats turned the double play to end the inning, but not before Chitwood crossed home plate to tie the game.
Gilmer took the lead for good in the top of the fifth thanks to another double from Wolfson.
Junior Ashton White drew a walk to start the inning. After an infield pop-out from senior Sam Davis, Zabala followed with the second Gilmer walk of the inning.
A sacrifice from Buckner moved the runners to second and third just in time for Wolfson to step to the plate.
Facing a 1-1 count, Wolfson smacked a line drive into center field, scoring both White and Zabala.
Rhodes drew another walk and sophomore Spencer Merritt reached on an error to give the Bobcats bases loaded with two outs, but Littles managed to get Gilmer senior Tyler Wright to ground out to first base to end the inning.
Trailing 3-1, the Panthers managed to score once in the bottom of the sixth.
Mullinack drew a five-pitch walk to start the inning. He advanced to second base on a wild pitch and then scored on a line-drive single to left field from Wright to put the Panthers within one at 3-2. But that was as close as Union Co. managed to get as the final inning was scoreless from both sides.
Up next for the Panthers is a doubleheader at region foe Monticello beginning at 5 p.m., Friday, March 13.
Gilmer’s next game is also a region contest against Pickens beginning at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 17, in Jasper.
The Gilmer Bobcats baseball team dropped the first Region 6-4A game of the season Thursday, March 5, with a 4-2 loss to Northwest Whitfield in Tunnel Hill.
The Bobcats (2-7, 0-1) only had two hits in the game, but benefitted from miscues by the Bruins (2-6, 1-0).
Gilmer struck first in the game, taking a 1-0 lead in the top of the first inning.
With one out in the inning, Jess Buckner drew a walk on four pitches. Junior Spencer Smith came on as a courtesy runner for Buckner and then advanced to second base on a walk by junior Gabe Wolfson.
Another walk, this one drawn by sophomore Branson Teague, pushed Smith to third base, before senior Tyler Wright was hit by a pitch, allowing Smith to score and the Bobcats to take the early lead.
Gilmer failed to capitalize on bases loaded with two outs though, and left three men stranded to end the inning. In total, the Bobcats left six men on base in the game.
After Northwest Whitfield plated a run in the bottom of the first to tie the game at 1-1, the Bobcats answered in the top of the second to take a 2-1 lead.
After senior Sam Davis was able to reach first and second base on back-to-back errors with no outs, he was able to score on a Buckner fly-ball single to centerfield to give the Bobcats back the lead.
Gilmer was held scoreless the rest of the way as the Bruins plated a run in the bottom of the third, fifth, and sixth to end up with the 4-2 win.
Buckner and sophomore Spencer Merritt were the only Bobcats to get a hit in the game, with Buckner and Wright tallying the only RBIs.
On the mound, Buckner threw all six innings, giving up eight hits, three earned runs, and three walks, while striking out four in the loss.
The two teams will face off again Friday, March 6, as the Bobcats welcome the Bruins to Ellijay for a doubleheader beginning at 5:30 p.m.
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ELLIJAY, Ga. – Gilmer High School celebrated today, April 29, with family and friends of four athletes who ceremonially signed commitments to colleges and universities, advancing their sports careers to the next level.
The special day saw not only those friends and family members, but coaches, school administrators, and even Superintendent Dr. Shanna Downs present to honor the work and achievements of these four at the “Spring Signing Day” event.
Tyson Elliott signed his commitment to the University of the Cumberlands, located in Williamsburg, Kentucky, where he plans on playing football. Elliott is currently looking to play Right Tackle. He says his next goal is to join the travel squad his freshman year and hopes to continue working hard towards that goal. He will be studying to major in Mathematics Education and possibly minoring in Coaching as he hopes to one day become a coach at either the middle school or high school levels.
As he transitions into collegiate sports, Elliott said he is excited about the coming challenges. Having put in the effort to get to this point, he said that he feels like it’s all paid off to have a college offer him a spot and to take that step to the next level. He went on to add, “Pretty much it’s everything I’ve been looking forward to. It’s kind of hard to explain, honestly.”
Grace Pleasant signed her commitment to Berry College, located in Rome, Georgia, where she plans on competing on the swim team. She swims the 100-meter breaststroke and some freestyle. Attending Berry College, Pleasant said that she plans on completing the dual-degree program. Then she plans on transferring to the Georgia Tech. She wants to major in Environmental Engineering.
As she transitions into collegiate sports, Pleasant said it has been a major impact on her life as she never thought she would be able to keep swimming into college. She started swimming at 10-years-old and also swam for a club team in Dalton. Noting the passion she has had for swimming all her life, Pleasant was excited to have Berry College give her the chance to continue that saying, “I’m really honored that they would want me.”
David Smith signed his commitment to University of the Cumberlands, located in Williamsburg, Kentucky, where he plans on playing football. Smith is currently looking to play at the Quarterback and Receiver positions. He said he is excited for the challenge of the next level of his sports career as he faces harder challenges and what he calls the “learning experience” as he sees the differences between high school and collegiate football. He plans on majoring in Education in order to come back to the high school level to coach football.
As he transitions into collegiate sports, Smith is looking forward to both aspects of college as he says he will get to play the sport he has been a part of his entire life while also having that pay for part of his tuition. He went on to say, “It’s gonna be a big step, like the workouts are going to be harder. It’s going to be fun, it’s going to be exciting to be on a bigger team.”
Austin Daman signed his commitment to Reinhardt University in Waleska, Georgia, where he plans on playing baseball. He plans on pitching for the team. Coming off of a tear of his UCL tendon in his arm, Daman has already conquered one challenge as he recovered faster than expected and is already pitching again in preparation for his collegiate years. He plans on majoring in Business and minoring in Sports Management. Though he didn’t comment on any future plans after college, he did not he wants to see where life takes him.
As he transitions into collegiate sports, Daman said it means a lot to even be able to play college baseball after his injury, even more that his hard work has paid off to continue pitching and to be in the position he is now. He said, “All glory to God for him to be able to get me to where I am. I couldn’t have done it without him.” Daman also gave credit to his Dad for his pushing and support and instilled his drive and belief to put forth the effort that was necessary to achieve this goal.
About five years ago I told my dad, who is one of my biggest fans but also one of the most blunt people you’ll ever meet, that I wanted to be the first female head coach in the NFL.
“You can’t do that, Lauren,” he said.
“Why?” I argued.
I was expecting some drawn-out response about how I didn’t know enough about football.
“Because you can’t go in the men’s locker room,” he said flatly.
Ah, I hadn’t thought of that.
That was my senior year of high school, and never did I think I would be where I am now.
I grew up an UGA fan; my grandad attended college there in the ’60s and the red and black passed down into my veins. I learned to spell Georgia by chanting the fight song in my head (I still do subconsciously whenever I have to write it out!) I had an UGA cheerleader outfit and one of my baby pictures has me holding a stuffed bulldog. One of my nana’s fondest memories is of dancing around the living room with me as an infant when Georgia scored a big touchdown against Georgia Tech. I’ve never considered myself athletic, but I believe I owe a lot of my passion for sports to Papa Skip and Nana.
Flash forward a few years and the first time I stepped foot on a sideline was as a cheerleader for the 8th grade Mill Creek rec football league. Cheerleading was not for me, and within a year I traded in pom poms for a six-foot flag pole as a member of the Mill Creek High School Colorguard.
In high school I lived for Friday night lights, and I have many fond memories of screaming myself hoarse for the Hawks while in the stands with the marching band. It was a well-known fact that I was the most spirited person in the band when it came to football, and while my coach would be yelling at me to pay attention during our warm-ups I’d be busy trying to figure out how much yardage we’d gotten from the last pass.
I guess my fellow classmates took note of my love for the game as well, because they voted me their Homecoming Queen my senior year. That is still one of my all-time favorite memories from high school- hearing my name called while standing on the 50 surrounded by family and friends.
I graduated from Mill Creek in 2015 but I had a hard time staying away from Markham Field. The University of North Georgia doesn’t have a football team, and Mill Creek decided to get really good the year after I left (this was the fall of 2015, the year they got knocked out by Colquitt County one round before the state championship.)
In the spring of 2016 I heard of an opportunity to work for the Gwinnett Braves, Triple-A minor league affiliate for the Atlanta Braves. Needing a summer job but hoping to avoid retail, I took it. I spent the next two summers as a Guest Relations Representative scanning tickets and welcoming fans. In addition to my already-sound knowledge of football, I learned all I could about America’s favorite pastime and a new love was born.
I spent one more summer at Coolray Field before graduating college, and this time it was as a member of the Promotional Team. That may be the most fun I ever had at work. Our team set up the on-field promotional games, signed up contestants, sold 50/50 raffle tickets and overall worked to make sure people had a good time. I certainly did- the memories I made with my team that year will forever be some of my favorites.
For a while I told people that I wasn’t interested in sports journalism, but the Lord as he fortunately often does had other plans. I got the opportunity to intern with the UNG Athletic Department my senior year of college, and I left Gwinnett County to plant some roots in the North Georgia mountains.
Two months ago I still wasn’t certain that I’d ever work in sports again, but when baseball started back up I knew I couldn’t live without it. I was fortunate enough to find an opportunity to apply with FetchYourNews.com, and even more fortunate to get an offer. And here we are.
I don’t tell you all this to brag on my accomplishments or give you some long-winded biography. I want to be just as much a part of your community as you all are now a part of my daily life. When I come to your sideline I want to know each of you and each of you know me. Part of being a great sports reporter is establishing a relationship with your team and community. Part of that relationship includes establishing trust, and how can you can trust someone if you don’t even know them?
One of the biggest reasons I keep working in sports is because of the the communities they create and the people I get to meet. There’s something about having a team to rally around that gets inside of you and never leaves. The people I have met so far and the connections I have made are priceless and will forever be a part of who I am and a big reason for why I do what I do.
So here’s to the journey ahead, and here’s to memories that are yet to be made and the relationships yet to be formed. I can’t wait North Georgia!
The Gilmer Bobcats hosted the Murray Co. Indians(1-5 overall) on Monday looking to right the ship after 2 tough losses in the Diamond Day Tournament over the weekend. It would prove to be pretty smooth sailing through 5 with error filled play by the Indians.
In the bottom of 2nd inning with runners on 1st and 3rd, Avery Bertolini reached on a swinging bunt to the Indian 3rd baseman. As the baseball sailed past the bag at first, 2 runs crossed the Bobcats a 3-2 lead heading into the 3rd inning of play. Both teams would plate 1 run a piece in the fourth and it would stay 4-3 through the next two innings. Austin Daman Through 5 and 1/3 strong innings for the Bobcats and took a no decision.
In the top of the seventh the Indians of Murray would find the bases loaded after a fielding error and two walks. With Will Barnes on the mound in relief, the Murray Co. batter took a well placed fastball just off the plate and hit a single into right Center field. Two runs crossed the dish giving the indians a 5-4 lead. The bottom of the seventh looked promising for the Bobcats as they loaded the bases with 2 outs. Last hope for the team was Avery Bertolini as he worked the count to 3 and 2. A high and tight fastball was the final demise as the game ended on a check swing grounder to the pitcher.
The Cats were trying to right the ship after a tough series with the Dragons of Pickens High School the previous week.
Gilmer strapped on their batting helmets ready to put runs on the board but could only plate 1 run with a hard fought walk by Hunter Bowyer followed by an Austin Damen gap shot to right center field . The Panther outfielder misplayed the baseball allowing Bowyer to cross the plate. This would be the only lead the Cats would have in the game as the Panthers plated two runs in the bottom of the first inning. The Cats would fight from behind for the remainder of the game.
The Cats added 3 runs in the 3rd and 1 in the 5th bringing their spot on the board to 5 runs on 3 hits, 1 walk, 3 hit by pitch and 3 Cats reaching by error. The Panthers would take advantage o 4 pitching changes for Gilmer putting up 16 runs over 4 innings. With the mercy rule loss, the Cats fall to 2-11 overall and 0-4 in the region.
The major highlight of the game was #3 McKinley Chadwick hit his first home run after coming back from Tommy John surgery in the off season.
The Cats will host the Panthers on Thursday night at Bobcat Field starting at 5:55 pm.
After a tough loss to Lumpkin in game 1 of the Diamond Day Tournament, the Bobcats sat for 3 hours and did their best to shake the loss earlier in the day. The Warriors were coming in on a mental high after handing the Indians of Lumpkin a loss in game 2 by plating the winning run in the bottom of the 8th inning. Could the Bobcats knock them off their pedestal? Unfortunately they couldn’t make it happen today.
The Bobcats did all they could do and left everything they had between the lines in the final game of the day. Only mustering 1 run on 3 hits against the Warrior right hander, the Bobcats had opportunities through walks and errors and could not get them across the plate. The Bobcats defense played very well and gave the Bobcats a chance in the end but fell short and took another tough loss on the day.
The Bobcats next game will be Monday 2-26 as the Murray Co Indians come into Bobcats Field. Game will start at 5:30 and will be a non region match up.
Playing varsity all four years, Taylor Boling has signed to East Tennessee State University for softball.
Though she has played other positions, like shortstop her freshman year, Boling is now a pitcher only, meaning she never bats. This is a position she herself says she loves. Boling says she was attracted to East Tennessee because it maintains the mountain setting while giving a more “big city” feel than Gilmer. Moreover, East Tennessee will have Boling playing on a full scholarship. Not a common thing, Boling says she couldn’t say no to the opportunity.
The scholarship translates to academics for the young athlete as she states the university offers experts in medicine through Olympic trainers on staff. Boling states she was excited to study medicine under professionals of that caliber. Majoring in biology to become a physician’s assistant and considering a dermatology specialist, she is also looking forward to continuing into the medical school on campus after the biology major.
Already preparing for the path, she is currently in her final class of the Sports Medicine Pathway at Gilmer High School and prepares to take on Work Based Learning at a local dermatology office next semester. Boling also considered Troy University, University of North Georgia, Mercer University, and even Georgia Tech.
Brooks Rosser has pitched since childhood and the first leagues where he was allowed. Signing with Truett-McConnell, Rosser says they were “the best feel” outside of baseball.
In fact, much of Rosser’s talk of Truett-McConnell didn’t focus on sports, but rather the people, coaches and staff there that will further his life and faith. He went on to say it was Head Coach Mike Croley that really sold him on playing there. Croley consistently spoke to and guided Rosser during the process. The “personal touch,” Rosser says, showed him that he wasn’t just another recruit, but he felt they wanted him specifically and did everything they could to get him there. “It wasn’t just another email. It was a text. It was a phone call. It was everything,” Rosser added.
Signing a roughly 75 percent scholarship, he says that Truett-McConnell’s focus on “what kind of man you’re going to be outside of baseball” was the academic draw. Looking to obtain an MBA and focus on supply chain management or marketing, Rosser has several plans beyond college already. Part of his draw to even begin looking at Truett-McConnell was their Pitching Coach Ross Roberts who has already had two players drafted to the majors. With only three years at the school, Rosser is eager to join the program believing the future looks even brighter than the already two drafted athletes.
However, when asked about potential hopes to be drafted into the minors or even major league. Rosser said he focused on the now: “I set small goals to achieve the larger ones.” He also stated the potential for accomplishments in the game are “unlimited.”
Hopes spread to his current coach, Jeff Thurman, who praises Rosser’s ability saying that his pitch variety is one of Rosser’s greatest strengths that he takes to Truett-McConnell and possibly further. Being able to continually locate a fastball, curveball and slider, as well as Thurman saying he can do change-ups well too, adds a lot to his already high ceiling and continuing to grow could lead Rosser very far.
The Bobcats fall to Bruins
By: Leah Davis
On March 28th, the Gilmer Bobcats battled Northwest Whitfield Bruins head to head for the best region record.
The game started off strong as both teams played great defense.
Will Barnes, from the Bobcats and Ethan Cronon, from the Bruins both had some great pitches from the top of the first to the bottom of the fourth. The defenses for both team were solid.
At the top of the fifth, David R, from the Bruins, gained a single RBI. Caleb Womac comes up to bat and hits a double and receives a single RBI. The Bruins are now over the Bobcats, 2-0.
At the bottom of the fifth, Will Barnes is able to get on base, but is soon left stranded.
At the top of the sixth, Seth Godfrey gains a single RBI. Shortly after, Hank Bearden hits a double and gains a double RBI. The Bobcats have now fallen behind the Bruins, 5-0.
At the top of the seven, Seth Godfrey gains a single RBI, putting the Bruins over the Bobcats, 6-0.
On March 31th, the Bobcats and the Bruins will be going head to head again. The doubleheader will be hosted by that Bruins at their home field. The Bobcats will be seek for revenge as they travel over to the Bruin’s on March 31st.
The Bobcats leave the Ramblers in the dust
By: Leah Davis
The Bobcats hosted Lafayette on Wednesday, March 22, at home.
During the first three innings, the Bobcats and the Ramblers held up a great defense allowing no runs on the board by the bottom of the fourth. McKinley Chadwick broke the silence as he hit a triple gaining a single RBI and putting the Bobcats now over the Ramblers, 1-0.
At the top of the fifth, Will Barnes opens up the inning with a strikeout, but it was in the sixth when A.J. Buck hit a single and earns himself a single RBI to tie the game, 1-1.
As tensions between the two teams grew during the bottom of the sixth, Brooks Rosser hits a single. Shortly after, Tatum Chadwick slammed a home run out to earn himself a double RBI. As the crowd screamed louder and louder, the game still wasn’t over.
Our Bobcats kept the pressure on as Will Barnes hits a triple and his pinch runner, Ethan Upton, comes in. Ethan manages to steal home while Evan Frady is up to bat, putting the score at, 4-1.
Momentum swung wide to the Bobcats in the seventh having a great defense with 3 ground outs.
The Bobcats left the Ramblers in dust, thanks to Tatum Chadwick’s home run. The Bobcats will be back in action on, March 24, against the Ramblers.
The Bobcats Overcome The Panthers
By: Leah Davis
The Gilmer Bobcats hosted the Ridgeland Panthers on March 17 in a double header at home. The night before the Bobcats had demolished the Panthers 7-3 at Ridgeland High School. So the Panthers, indeed, were looking for revenge.
During the first three innings, the tension between the two teams was at large while the defenses took control keeping any points off the board. At the top of the fourth, the Bobcat’s didn’t seem as steady, but were still able to hold on.
It wasn’t until the Fifth inning that the drought broke as, with bases loaded, Jacob Stephens earned a single RBI putting the Panthers, 1-0, over the Bobcats. The Panther’s defense was also able to hold off the Bobcats that inning.
The Bobcats answered in the sixth, Brooks Rosser hit a single and earned himself a single RBI. The score was now, 1-1, with the Bobcats still seeking victory.
However, Austin Delay hit a double in the Seventh earning himself and the Panthers the single RBI to allow the Panthers to defeat the Bobcats 2-1.
With the second game occurring shortly after, the Bobcats were back and ready to take the win away from the Panthers.
At the top of the third, the Panthers got three runs putting the Bobcats far behind for a comeback run. It didn’t take long to answer, though, as the Bobcats were ready to fight. McKinley Chadwick hit a stand-up double and gained a double RBI. The Bobcats were still falling behind the Panthers, 3-2 until Evan Frady hit a single RBI. The Bobcats and the Panthers were now all tied up.
Similar to Game 1, both teams’ defenses were the highlight of the night as three innings passed with no score. It was a final inning push as Tatum Chadwick hits a single and gained a single RBI, putting the Bobcats over the Panthers, 4-3.
The Bobcats had accomplished their goal by winning this last game. The Bobcats will be back in action next week against Lafayette High School at home and away.
Bobcats falls to Dragons in Double Header
By: Leah Davis
On Thursday night, March 9, the Bobcats hosted the Dragons to a double header.
Pressure began to appear early as Travis Huffman walked up to home plate for the Dragons at the top of the first. Dominic Stephens hit a fly ball gaining a double RBI that put the Dragons over the Bobcats. Tension only grew as Jace Franklin batted in a single RBI soon after. The Bobcats fell behind the Dragons, 3-0, after the top of the first.
At the bottom of the first, McKinley Chadwick hit a double earning a single RBI that put the Bobcats on the board.
All seemed quiet until the third inning when Zack Moore hit a double gaining himself a single RBI and advancing the score, 4-1, over the Bobcats.
At the bottom of the sixth, Tatum Chadwick hit a single which allowed Will Barnes to sprint home. That single RBI for Chadwick put the Bobcats down one less point.
However, it wasn’t enough to close the gap, the final score of the first game was 4-2 with the Dragons winning over the Bobcats.
It seemed the Bobcats couldn’t recover from the first game as the Dragons managed to keep the Bobcat’s offense from gaining any runs in the second. The final score was 11-0.
Despite a heavy loss, the Bobcats will be back for redemption on March 17th against Ridgeland High School.
Article and Photos By Leah Davis
On March 4th, the Gilmer Bobcats hosted the Rebels in a double header determined to take down their rival.
The Rebels took the lead scoring two runs in the first inning at bat leading to at 2-1 game in the third, but they couldn’t stop Rebel’s River Dixon from hitting a home run.
In the fourth inning, the Bobcats were able to hold off the Rebels with awesome defense taking the lead with a 3-run comeback. Austin Daman and Will Barnes were on base, and Tatum Chadwick hit a single earning him a double RBI. Evan Frady also scored in the fourth with a single RBI, giving The Bobcats the 4-3 lead.
A hard fought battle ensued with the Rebels responding with a single RBI tying the game 4-4.
Tensions grew as the teams entered the seventh tied-up, Gilmer’s Defense held strong to stop Fannin from gaining any runs. Fans erupted late in the inning as Drew Healan hit a triple, but, ultimately, it was McKinley Chadwick’s single that drove Healan home for the game winning score. The Bobcats left the Rebels hanging with the final score, 5-4.
Fannin’s Rebels were out for revenge from first game ready to play ball with Will Shirah earning a single RBI in the first, putting the Rebels on the board, 1-0.
The Rebels exploded in the second, though, scoring five runs over the Bobcat’s defense. Never quite recovering from this, Gilmer entered the seventh down 6-0.
It was the seventh inning that finally saw signs of life for Gilmer as McKinley Chadwick managed to strike out three of the The Rebel players closing down Rebels offense. In their last chance to come back, Cochran hit a double earning himself a single RBI to bring Austin Daman home.
The one score was not enough to beat the Rebels dominating second game of double header. They walked away with the final game score at 6-1.