Ooltewah Girls Varsity Softball

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Softball opening day Postponed, again

Lady Owls softball opening day will be rescheduled again. The initial first game of the season was supposed to be on March 10th against Soddy Daisy in a game that was rained out and rescheduled for the following day. That game was also cancelled due to poor field conditions and was reschedule for March 25th.

Baseball, Softball reschedule Tuesday games for tonight

The spring sports cancelled the Tuesday night home contests and rescheduled them for tonight, March 11. Repost from Tuesday below: The Ooltewah Lady Owls will open up the 2020 campaign at home at 5:00 pm against the Soddy Daisy Trojans. JV to follow. The baseball team will take on Soddy Daisy in game two of

Saturday in Ooltewah Athletics

The Lady Owls Softball team will be hosting another play day this weekend. Ooltewah will kicking off their day at 11:20 am against Bledsoe County. The Owls will then take one game off before finishing off their Saturday with 3 straight games starting at 1:40 vs. Sequatchie County, Baylor and then Silverdale for the homestretch.

Lady Owls Softball set for 2020 Campaign

Ooltewah Softball is ready to take to the dirt and start their 2020 season. Head Coach Kerrilyn Mongar, an Ooltewah alumni, is looking to improve in her second season. In her inaugural year at the helm, she guided the Owls to a strong late run and State Tournament bid, a feat that is the norm

Ooltewah Athletics in Full Swing on Saturday

The whole slate of spring sports will be active today as the sun is out and the weather is gone. Men’s Hoops travels to Warren County tonight to face off against the hosting squad at 8:00 pm. It will be the program’s first Region tournament game in 5 seasons. Women’s LAX will host their second

Addy Keylon and Cheyanne Sales sign National Letters of Intent

Senior softball players, Addy Keylon and Cheyanne Sales spent Wednesday afternoon in the Little Theater in front of their friends, families and former coaches as they both signed National Letters of Intent to continue their academic and athletic careers after they graduate in May of this year. Keylon, the talented Centerfielder who batted .399 last