Chiefs bring back their offensive stars, only with...
by Alex Resnak
aresnak@cherokeetribune.com
12:53 AM, Friday, August 28
Coming off a lopsided win over Marietta, Etowah will head to Sequoyah tonight to face its county rival. This, however, will be a much different matchup than the one that ended 34-10 in Etowah’s favor a year ago.

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High school replaces pregame prayer with moment of silence
A Georgia high school is kicking off its football season with a moment of silence rather than its traditional pregame...
10:08 AM, Friday, August 21
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Former Atlanta Hawks player to be honored next month
Former Atlanta Hawks player Dikembe Mutombo will be honored for his humanitarian work and basketball achievements nex...
08:00 AM, Friday, August 21
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Marietta puts 2014 result in rearview as it visits Etowah
Last year, Etowah rolled into Northcutt Stadium and ran past Marietta in a 48-20 win, but Blue Devils coach Scott Bur...
12:31 AM, Friday, August 21
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Change abounds as River Ridge makes short season-opening t...
River Ridge will open this season on the road tonight, making the short trip to Woodstock and hoping to avenge the 42...
12:30 AM, Friday, August 21
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Cherokee launches mountain bike team in growing club organ...
Cherokee High School and its feeder schools have added mountain biking for the new school year. The team will be part...
12:29 AM, Friday, August 21
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Atlanta blown away in first of four games in Windy City
Jake Arrieta pitched six scoreless innings for his major league-leading 15th win, and Anthony Rizzo and Addison Russe...
12:28 AM, Friday, August 21
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Sun Belt champ Georgia Southern sets sights on bowl bid
Georgia Southern won just about everything in 2014 — except the chance to celebrate in the postseason.
12:26 AM, Friday, August 21
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Redskins’ porous line contributes to Griffin injury
With zero help from his offensive line, Robert Griffin III repeatedly wound up on the turf until leaving with a concu...
12:23 AM, Friday, August 21
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Roush remains confident amid drivers' struggles
Jack Roush believes that two years of frustration and failure for his Sprint Cup program are about to end, even thoug...
12:22 AM, Friday, August 21
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Woods fires first-round 64 at PGA's regular-season finale
Tiger Woods kept saying his game was getting better, even though his results didn’t show it. On his first day at the ...
12:21 AM, Friday, August 21
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Warriors turn page on 2014 success
When Cherokee opened the 2014 season at Chattahoochee, the Warriors won handily in Johns Creek, by a 42-7 margin.
12:46 AM, Thursday, August 20
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Grizzlies set for second go-round through season-opening C...
Last year, Creekview received an invitation to play in the Corky Kell Classic, as the annual season-opening event exp...
12:44 AM, Thursday, August 20
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Resnak tapped as Cherokee Tribune sports editor
Alex Resnak has joined the Cherokee Tribune staff as sports editor and steps into the position starting today.
12:43 AM, Thursday, August 20
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Marshall’s return a boost for Bulldogs
Keith Marshall is healthy again, so Nick Chubb doesn’t have to be a one-man tailback corps for Georgia this season.
12:38 AM, Thursday, August 20
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Teheran’s strong start not enough against Padres
Atlanta’s Julio Teheran felt right at home on the road Wednesday, but that couldn’t keep the Braves from losing to th...
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