GPS Rallies Past Baylor In Lacrosse

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

The GPS lacrosse team defeated Baylor School Tuesday 13-7.

Baylor led 5-3 at halftime, bur the victorious Bruisers (9-8) outscored the Red Raiders 10-2 in the second half.   

Carly Bourne led GPS with six goals, followed by Alex George with three.

GPS Stats:

Lindsay Rufolo:  1 Goal, 2 Assists 2 Caused Turnovers

Savannah Williams:  1 Goal, 4 Draw Controls

Carly Bourne: 6 Goals, 2 Draw Controls 

Lucy Newbold: 1 Goal 

Alex George: 3 Goals 
Hollis Gaffney: 1 Goal   

Saves: Taylor Floyd (2) 


Report Your Team’s Scores To The Chattanoogan.com

Dan Fleser: 49 States And Counting

Chattanooga Lookouts Lose Their Thirteenth Consecutive Game Saturday Night


Attention all area athletic directors, coaches and statisticians: The Chattanoogan.com now has an email address just for you to report your game and match scores. As our sports staff continues ... (click for more)

KNOXVILLE – The Johnny Cash song “I’ve Been Everywhere” could serve as the soundtrack for many a sportswriting career. I certainly can rattle off an assortment of datelines in the same manner ... (click for more)

The Chattanooga Lookouts couldn't seem to bust out of their long losing streak as the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp won their third straight game against the home team, 4-3, on Saturday night at ... (click for more)


Sports

Report Your Team’s Scores To The Chattanoogan.com

Attention all area athletic directors, coaches and statisticians: The Chattanoogan.com now has an email address just for you to report your game and match scores. As our sports staff continues to ramp up the amount of our prep coverage in the Chattanooga-area this latest tool will help us ensure your fans are kept up-to-date on your team’s progress. Once your game or ... (click for more)

Dan Fleser: 49 States And Counting

KNOXVILLE – The Johnny Cash song “I’ve Been Everywhere” could serve as the soundtrack for many a sportswriting career. I certainly can rattle off an assortment of datelines in the same manner as the man in black My career spans four decades and includes four different business addresses in three time zones. This accounting only begins to describe my odyssey. After perusing ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Tracy Calloway, 28, Dies After Being Shot Multiple Times On Trailwood Drive

Tracy Calloway, 28, has died after being shot multiple times on Trailwood Drive on Sunday afternoon. He had earlier been listed in critical condition at the hospital. At 2:13 p.m. , Chattanooga Police responded to a person shot call in the 4600 block of Trailwood Drive. U pon arrival, officers located the victim with multiple gunshot wounds as well as a vehicle that ... (click for more)

Summerville Man, 22, Charged In May 12 Wreck That Killed Brent Thomas Johnson

A 22-year-old Summerville, Ga., man has been indicted for the traffic death of Brent Thomas Johnson, 24, of Chattanooga. Stephen Jacob McKinney was indicted by the Hamilton County Grand Jury for vehicular homicide by intoxication, failure to maintain lane and DUI. The fatal wreck happened May 12. The indictment says McKinney had a blood alcohol content of .20 or more. The ... (click for more)

Opinion

Concern For Our Country - And Response

I am very concerned about the direction of our country. Everyone has to be on a “side” – no one working together. With that attitude we will get nowhere. Let me say up front, I have always been (and so has my family, dating back generations) a Democrat – now, seeing their behavior, I can’t imagine that I was ever one of them. I was even a volunteer when Carter ran for office. Here ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Our Native Code Of Ethics

Many moons ago I flipped over what is now being called a poem by the great Shawnee warrior and chief, Tecumseh. The fact the chief didn’t like the “Pale Face” is understandable – they (we) blatantly stole the Indians’ land in a reign of terror after the Revolutionary War – yet Tecumseh is arguably the finest Native American who ever lived before he died at age 45. It can be argued ... (click for more)