Lindsey Young is a sports writer at the Chattanooga Times Free Press who started work at the Chattanooga News-Free Press 24 years ago.
He covers the Northwest Georgia prep beat and NASCAR.
Lindsey’s hometown is Ringgold, Ga., and he graduated from Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School. He received an associate’s degree from Dalton Junior College (now Dalton State) and a bachelor’s degree in communications from UTC.
He has won several writing awards, including two Tennessee Sports Writers Association Prep Writer of the Year awards. Lindsey is married to Christine and has two children, Nicholas and Cody, and one step-daughter, Lacey. In addition to being an all-around sports fan, he is an avid bowler with five career 300 games and a high series of 801.
Contact Lindsey at 423-757-6296 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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CALHOUN, Ga. — When Hal Lamb looked at the challenge facing his Calhoun High School football team Friday night in the GHSA Class AAA second-round playoff game against Cedar Grove, he knew his team had one major advantage.
CALHOUN, Ga. — Hal Lamb's football teams have always had one constant — they were more physical than nearly any team they met.
DALTON, Ga. -- Offenses may rule the world of high school football, but Matt Land believes championships are still won with defense.
To say the state-runner-up finish, the four region championships and the numerous coach of the year awards don't mean anything to Mark Mariakis would be missing the point.
Ridgeland High School football coach Mark Mariakis announced he is resigning his position after 11 seasons. Mariakis, who is in his 30th year of teaching and coaching, said he has been contemplating the move for two years and believes he is being led in a new direction.
CALHOUN, Ga. — For a half Friday night, it was about as complete a football game as the Calhoun Yellow Jackets have played all season, and it was more than good enough for a 43-14 win over outmanned Rockmart.
DALTON, Ga. — They are the kinds of moments few ever know about, but for a football team — especially one trying to shed decades of negativity — they are priceless.
RINGGOLD, Ga. -- When you're the one tabbed to replace the Chattanooga area's high school football player of the year, there's more than a bit of pressure involved.