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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
- IMPORTANT FACTS -

1. You must have a physical on file with a completed impact test to tryout….NO EXCEPTIONS

2. Grades and conduct will be a part of the selection process.
     - High School athletics is a privilege.  Our program cares more about doing it the right way on and off the court than we do about wins.



MENS BASKETBALL IMPORTANT DATES

Conditioning- Aux Gym
October 2,7,9,14,16
3:45-4:15

Impact Testing - Etowah East
September 30
3:45pm

Grades 10 through12 Tryouts- New Gym
October 21st and October 22nd
3:30 to 5pm

9th Grade Tryouts - New Gym (or Old Gym…Depends on Volleyball)
October 21st and October 22nd
5:15 to 6:45 pm

ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL GOLF TOURNAMENT

We'd like to extend our deepest appreciation to all of the golfers, volunteers, and sponsors who helped us have the most successful golf tournament in Etowah Basketball history. Your participation will help fund both the girls and boys programs at Etowah and we can't thank you enough. We look forward to seeing you at the games this season, and of course next year at the golf tournament.

state playoff bracket


state playoff bracket

The Etowah varsity boys basketball team took home the Region Championship trophy for the third consecutive year after beating Cherokee 44-39. 
Thank you for your support of our Eagles!
State Tournament begins February 15

all region awards announced

  • Jaxon Etter has been named Region 4 7A Player of the Year
  • Alex Forde and Matthew Lane named 2nd Team All Region

WE CELEBRATE OUR SENIORS

On Friday, February 1, Senior basketball players and managers were recognized between the Varsity Girls’ and Boys’ basketball games.

These outstanding student athletes have accomplished so much and given us four awesome years of basketball.  

May the lessons you learned on the court carry you into your next chapter! We wish you all the best.

Eagles settle for No. 2 seed with loss to Roswell

ROSWELL -- Etowah’s comeback attempt came up just short Tuesday in a 65-55 Region 4AAAAAAA loss to Roswell.

With the loss and Walton's win over Cherokee, the Eagles (12-9, 6-2) fell to the region’s No. 2 seed, while the Hornets (19-4, 8-0) clinched the top seed heading into the region tournament, but Etowah coach Jason Dasinger said the loss does not change this season’s goal.

“All we have to do is win one region game, and we’re in the same spot they are,” he said. “One of our goals was not to win a regular-season region championship. We’ve done that. Our goal is to win the region tournament, and we got better (Tuesday). Credit to them. They played a great game, but it’s going to help us moving forward.”


Roswell jumped out to an early lead thanks to a box-and-one defense that focused on Jaxon Etter and took the Etowah offense out of rhythm.

After scoring the first four points of the game, Etowah gave up 22 of the game’s next 25 and never led again.

“I have to do a better job of putting guys in a position to score,” Dasinger said. “I didn’t do that. They were taking Jaxon away, but we have 15 guys who can score on this team. It was poor coaching on our part.”

Etter finished with 10 points. Matt Lane also added 10, while P.G. Forde and Bryce Dotson each helped pick up the slack with eight points each.

The Eagles finally got their offense going after halftime with runs of 8-0 and 6-0 in the third quarter. Those runs included three offensive rebounds that resulted in six second-chance points in the frame to cut the deficit to 40-37 heading into the fourth.

“The kids played hard,” Dasinger said. “They always do. They worked hard, crashed the glass and made plays. Despite my bad coaching, they made plays. That’s why I love this team. If we bring that type of energy, I like our chances.”

Roswell was able to pull away again in the fourth quarter behind 21 points from George Pridgett and 19 points from Kolby Wade, but Dasinger said he expects his team to improve from the experience.

The Eagles will play again Friday against Woodstock, where Dasinger said he expects his team to continue to improve before it makes a run at its third straight region title.

“We still have everything in front of us,” he said. “We’re the No. 2 seed in the region. That gets us into the state tournament. That was a goal of ours. Hopefully we can get there as a region champion again.”

TEACHER APPRECIATION

“One child, one teacher, one book, one pen can change the world.”
Malala Yousafzai

Here’s to our Etowah teachers!! We are truly grateful for your hard work, dedication and support! 


Etowah Student Section - Thanks for your Support!


Varsity Players hit Longhorn for a pre-game meal


Varsity:

  1. Liam Aenlle
  2. Alex Carrol
  3. Jadon Devonish
  4. Bryce Dotson
  5. Cole Ellis  
  6. Jaxon Etter
  7. Colby Flaig 
  8. Kavon Fishe
  9. Zach Futch
  10. Alex Forde
  11. Will Garvey
  12.  Matt Lane
  13. Bryant Madden

JV:

  1. Austin Cash
  2. Liam Aenlle
  3. Jadon Devonish
  4. Fisher Gibson
  5. Cole Ellis
  6. Sam Lefever
  7. Andrew Moore
  8. Isaiah Mullins
  9. Porter Wilson

9th Grade:

  1. Ashton Bridges
  2. Andrew Church
  3. Josh Conley
  4. Dajuan Devonish
  5. Jonah Hamilton
  6. Dawson Heck
  7. Josh Hughes
  8. Niko Kaleem
  9. Luke Leopard
  10. Andrew Jacobs
  11.  Keanu Massada
  12.  Camden Roldan
  13.  Daniel Varnell
  14. Brandon Woodall

Etowah Sports Medicine

Link to our Sports Medicine Page with info on our Athletic Trainers Alex King, ATC Head Athletic Trainer and Kirby Bertram, ATC Associate Athletic Trainer. Also includes information on all Sports Medicine staff as well as link to the physical form and more.

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