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Flag Football Begins This Week at GNTC

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INTRAMURAL FLAG FOOTBALL
Tuesdays and Thursdays!
Come on your own or bring a team? Play begins THIS WEEK!
Tuesdays on the WCC at 1:30 p.m.
Thursdays on the FCC at 2:30 p.m.
For more info, e-mail dmcburnett@gntc.edu.
Otherwise, we will see you at Bobcat Field on the WCC or FCC THIS WEEK!
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Time For Football, Time For Prizes… at GNTC

WHO IS READY for the next CATS COUNTRY PRIZE PACK?????
While we get ready to kickoff the next contest this football season, here are some little known facts about playing games with the old pigskin.
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Blood and Football on the GNTC

Today only!!! Thursday September 3rd!

It’s time once again to help save lives by donating blood. With your donation you will save 3 lives and receive a  free college logo t-shirt. The blood mobile will be located in front of building A from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm. These t-shirts are really cool! image001

(The UTC Moc shirt will be replaced with Auburn University)

Flag Football Kicksoff This Week

Intramural Football begins this week on the WCC and FCC. ALL GNTC’ers from all campuses are invited to take part. FCC plays this afternoon on Bobcat Field. WCC plays every Tuesday. Game times begin at approximately 1:30 p.m.

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Georgia Northwestern: What You Need To Know Right Now!

Cats Country Intramural Football To Kickoff!

Interested in signing up for Co-ed Intramural Flag Football at Georgia Northwestern Technical College?
 
Games take place each week during football season on the Floyd and Walker County Campuses.
 
Sign-ups on the WCC take place September 11 and September 18. Come by Building 500 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on those days to sign yourself up… or sign up an entire team!
 
The FCC team formation/information meeting is Thursday, September 6 at 12:30 pm in the auditorium in Building A. Anyone who has signed up or would like more information should attend this meeting. Any questions? Contact David McBurnett at dmcburnett@gntc.edu.
 

Georgia Northwestern Launches Student-Athlete Signing Season

Northwest Georgia – NJCAA’s Georgia Northwestern Bobcat and Lady Cat collegiate varsity basketball programs launched their off-season signing schedule this past week. Among the first two signing their letters of application were Sierra Smith of Armuchee High School in Armuchee, Georgia and Hunter Ivester of Trion High School in Trion, Georgia.

Cats Country adds another signing tomorrow in Cartersville, Georgia. Watch for the latest on this next signing and the many others on the horizon in the next few weeks.

For more information, contact the Georgia Northwestern Office of Sports Information at 706.764.3813 or email to dfoley@gntc.edu.

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Four-Year College Escapes Road Cats

Georgia Northwestern Narrowly Misses Crown Upset

(Powell, TN) – After climbing out of an 11-point hole at the break in Powell, Tennessee Thursday night, Georgia Northwestern managed to knot things up with 11 minutes to go at 56-all. However, the four-year program at Crown College would lean on the play of Nate Humphrey and his 26 points to escape the road cats, 88-80.
“We had a lot of hard-fought baskets down low that led to ‘and-one’ situations,” said Georgia Northwestern Men’s Head Basketball Coach David Stephenson. “Problem is we missed nine free throws in the second half. Well, we lost by eight.”

A dazzling half-court bounce pass from Cats captain Matt Woods (Dade) to freshman (Randy Boyd) in the first half were among the plays that helped Georgia Northwestern keep things close on the road. Freshman forward Alex Miller served as a spark plug with 11 points and 13 boards in the effort.

There are two notes to keep in mind as the Bobcats continue their gauntlet of games over the next couple of weeks in preparation for NJCAA Region XVII region play. There were key injuries to freshman point guard Fernando Lemus, Jr. (leg) and Robby Chitwood (finger). Chitwood (Dade) dislocated a finger in the second half during a physical battle for the ball under the boards. Lemus, Jr. (Model) appeared to have a mild leg bruise during a drive to the basket in the final seconds of the game. Both are listed as probable for the Cats next game.

Georgia Northwestern (2-3) will play Saturday at The R.A.C. in Rossville, Georgia in a 1 p.m. tip-off against Caldwell C.C. (N.C.). Monday night, the Bobcats host their Annual Food Drive game benefitting The Care Mission of LaFayette, Georgia. Bring one non-perishable food item and you’ll get free admission to the game versus Covenant College.

December 3, Georgia Northwestern will host their Second Annual Bobcat Blowout. Four high-schools will battle in prep match-ups before and after the Bobcats game with visiting Johnson University (TN). Mountain View Christian plays Cleveland Christian at 2:30 p.m. Tennessee Christian will face-off with Collegedale Academy in the nightcap.

Georgia Northwestern (80) – Boyd 15, Lemus, Jr. 16, Woods 6, Alex Miller 11, Chitwood, Moon 3, Towns, Hill, Jr. 5, Dempsey, Patton 9, Todd 15.

Crown College (88) – Loney 9, Ethan Cook 10, Nate Humphrey 26, J. Cook, Houston Sherrod 12, Collin Hickman 11, Farmer 3, Cruse 8, Grant 2, Brown 2, Scoggins, Owens, Cox.

Halftime Score: 41-30, Crown College

Bobcats Fall In Music City Final

Georgia Northwestern Prepares For Cleveland State

For Immediate Release

(Nashville, TN) – Hot shooting from Georgia Northwestern in the Music City on Friday night did not translate into a Saturday tourney title as Trinity Baptist senior Zach Shank would clean the nets for a game-high 24 points in route to an 85-69 finals win in the Free Will Baptist Tournament.

The Bobcats (2-1), who shot three-pointers at a 77-percent click on Friday in a semi-finals win, only connected on six of 17 strikes from beyond the arc in today’s final. “We dug a hole quick and didn’t run our offense,” said Georgia Northwestern Men’s Head Basketball Coach David Stephenson. “We weren’t boxing out and just kept letting them push the ball down the court. We flat out weren’t hustling.”

After a pair of 24-point performances in the first two games of the season for Georgia Northwestern, Cats freshman Randy Boyd (Chattanooga-Hixson) would drop in only seven points and pull down seven boards in the tourney final loss in Nashville.

Bobcat freshmen Alex Miller (Gordon Central) and Robbie Chitwood (Dade) would lead the scoring effort Saturday for GNTC with 12 and 10 points respectively.

“They had their biggest lead on us going into the half,” said Stephenson. “The second half was a different story. At the break, we were down 18. However, we managed to close it to single digits late.” The Cats would only find themselves at the free-throw line a handful of times hitting on five-of-eight from the 15-foot mark.

Another road trip awaits the Bobcats in three days as they head up I-75 North into the Volunteer State to take on NJCAA Division I power Cleveland State in the confines of L. Quentin Lane Gymnasium.

For more information on Georgia Northwestern athletics, contact the Office of Sports Information at 706.764.3813 or at dfoley@gntc.edu. Georgia Northwestern first launched its athletic program in 2007. This season marks the fifth season of GNTC’s collegiate athletic competition.

GNTC (69) – Alex Miller 12, Robbie Chitwood 10, Hill 2, Boyd 7, Woods 4, Moon 3, Limus 8, Fuleki 9, Todd 9, Patton 3, Towns 2.

Trinity Baptist (85) – Zach Shank 24, Corey Roth 19, Harmon 9, Todder 5, Mennona 6, Powell 7, Ahmad Simon 11, Bowles 2.

Halftime Score: 44-26, Trinity Baptist

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