Rampage Hosts The Attack Saturday

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

The Rampage will host the number one team in the X League, the Attack, on Saturday at the Northwest Georgia Trade Center in Dalton.   The Attack is the only undefeated team in the X League. 

The Rampage is having an easter egg hunt at half time for all kids, hosted by Mount Vernon Church.

Chamber of Commerce president Brian Anderson will deliver the balls for the X Dash.  Local teen Hannah Locke who suffered a car accident last year will deliver the game ball and will also have a fundraiser at the game.

Hunter Calvert, a make a wish foundation child from Calhoun, will call the first offensive play of the game.


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