Night one of mixed fortunes for Etowah
by Adam Carrington
acarrington@cherokeetribune.com
12:58 AM, Wednesday, October 01
Etowah didn’t have the best of days in Tuesday night’s Area 5AAAAAA tri-match against Lassiter and Pope, but at least it ended well.

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