Batting, Pitching, and Fielding Statistics for Players from Ringgold HS (Ringgold, GA). The list of alumni is only for players with Profile pages on The Baseball Cube. High School Information. High School Name. Ringgold High School. LOCATION: BILL WOMACK FIELD | RINGGOLD HS The Ringgold Baseball Little Tiger Camp is the building blocks of our program and is aimed at rising Pre K-1st.
Thematic video2018 Ringgold Rams State Championship highlights
Ringgold High School (Georgia)
School in Ringgold, Georgia, United States
Ringgold High School is a public four-year comprehensive high school located in Catoosa County, Georgia, United States, in the outskirts of Chattanooga, Tennessee. It serves the community of Ringgold and was the first high school to be founded in Catoosa County.
The school currently represents Region 7-AAA in athletics.
On April 27, 2011, ringgold high school baseball, Ringgold High School was heavily damaged by an EF4tornado. For the remainder of the 2010-2011 school year, Ringgold students attended Heritage High School in the afternoons while Heritage students attended school in the mornings.
JR Jones is the school principal. The assistant principals are Tom Jenkins, Dr. Lisa Logan, and Matt Maynor.
Extracurricular activities at the school include The basketball diaries pelicula completa español latino Society, FFA, FCCLA, JHBA, ringgold high school baseball, HOSA, French, Spanish, German, DECA, Thespians, FBLA, FCA, Beta, Academic Team, and JROTC.
Ringgold Tigers athletics sends five or more sports to the playoffs each year. Athletics offered at Ringgold include football, baseball, volleyball, boys' basketball, girls' basketball, wrestling, dance team, ringgold high school baseball, cheerleading, boys' soccer, girls' soccer, cross country, track & field, boys' golf, girls' golf, softball, boys' tennis, ringgold high school baseball, and girls' tennis.
The Ringgold Tigers are currently in their 65th year of football, with an overall 284-360-8 record. The Tigers have managed to clinch a state playoff berth five football americain lyon the first, in their 1989 season, resulted in an 18-16 defeat to Cedartown High School in the first round. The second came in 2003 where they were defeated by a superb Tucker High School team in the first round 45-28. In the ringgold high school baseball, the Tigers posted an 8-2 record with both their regular season losses coming by a combined 4 points. The Tigers were once again eliminated in the first round, the loss handed to them by the North Hall High School Trojans by a score of 39-21, ringgold high school baseball. The fourth, in 2012, was a loss at North Oconee High School by a score of 37 to 14. The fifth was in 2013, when in the first round they beat North Hall High School at home 55-54. In the second round they played at Cedar Grove High School and won 37-12. In the quarter finals they played Central Carroll High School at home and won 35-10. The Tigers were finally knocked out in the semi-finals with a loss at Washington County 37-0. The Tigers were one game away from a State Championship game appearance. Their overall playoff record is 3-5. The Tiger football program have posted 24 winning seasons in the school's history.
- Overall record: (8-2)
- 7A-AAA Record: (6-2) 3rd - Final
- Sub A Record: (4-1) 2nd - Final
|2||September 4, 2009||Murphy, NC||W 34-6||1-0|
|3||September 11, 2009||Adairsville||W 13-7||2-0|
|4||September 18, 2009||South Paulding||L 6-7||2-1|
|5||September 25, 2009||Central, Carroll||W 26-7||3-1|
|6||October 2, 2009||Southeast Whitfield||W 48-26||4-1|
|7||October ringgold high school baseball, 2009||Ridgeland||L 7-10||4-2|
|8||October 16, 2009||Lafayette||W 14-0||5-2|
|9||October 23, 2009||Lakeview, Ft. O||W 26-20||6-2|
|10||October 30, 2009||Heritage||W 49-20||7-2|
|11||November 6, 2009||Central, Carroll||W 14-7||8-2|
|P1||November 13, 2009||North Hall||L 21-39||8-3|
Ringgold Tiger Jim beam baseball 100th anniversary decanter sealed Ringgold High School Tiger Marching Band has performed during halftime shows for Ringgold Tiger Football since 1963. The first Ringgold band began with 25 members and has grown every year to over 200.
The band has received the title of Grand Champion for many of their award-winning shows, such as "The Roman Invasion", "Soldiers and Saints", "Symphonic Sounds", and their 2008 performance "A Latin Fantasy." More recent shows include 2009's "Chuck Mangione", 2010's "Dances of Carmen the Spanish Gypsy", and 2011's "A Trute to New York" and the "7th Anniversary of 9-11". Their 2012 show was titled "Coming Home" and was the diamond anniversary of the Ringgold Band, celebrating their 75th anniversary and their return to Don Patterson Stadium after the storms of April 27, 2011 forced the football team to play at nearby college the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. The 2013 show for the Ringgold Marching Tiger Band was "Jo Ha Kyu", with themes from "Khan" by Julie Giroux, featuring Asian melodies, vocals, and martial arts inspired visuals.
The RHS Marching Tiger Band represented the state of Georgia in the 2006 New York City's VeteDay parade, 2011 Chicago Saint Patri Day Parade, and the 2012 New York Veteran's Day Parade, and was awarded "Band ringgold high school baseball the Year" in the Chattanooga area. This year band was named Grand Champion of both of the competitions they attended.
Ringgold also has two jazz bands, both of which attend the region jazz performance evaluation. Every year, the band hosts a fundraising event ringgold high school baseball as Puttin' on the Ritz, which showcases the middle and high school jazz bands as well as raises the funds necessary to start the next year strong.
Ringgold is known in the district and state for having many members audition and make District Honor Band and District Honor Jazz Band, All-State Band, and All-State Jazz Band. Some Ringgold members also belong to the Chattanooga Youth Symphony.
The Ringgold Tiger Band currently has 150 members.
The Ringgold Tiger Baseball Team made it to the GHSA State Finals vs. Columbus High School. The team advanced this far by beating Creekview High School in the first round in three games, then St. Pius X in the second round. After defeating the Lions, the Tigers played Rutland High School at home and won the series in the three games. That set up a semi-final game at Oconee High School in which the Tigers swept the Warriors in two straight games. The team have finished 2nd in the state twice since 1954.
COST:$50 (Cash/ Check Accepted: Checks to Ringgold Dugout Club. Payment will be due the first day of camp.)
GRADE: Rising Pre K(4 years old)- 1st Graders
This camp experience is designed to give our little Tigers an opportunity to have fun while receiving baseball instruction, basic practice, and basic fundamentals of the game of baseball from the Ringgold Baseball Staff. The Ringgold Baseball Little Tiger Camp is the building blocks of our program and is aimed at rising Pre K-1st Graders. The main objective is to provide a loose/Intentional training environment for our little Tigers. This Intentional Method of Training attempts to extend the standard of excellence of Ringgold Baseball and to promote this philosophy into our little Tigers.