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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FOLKSTON, Ga. — It took three days and 22 innings to decide a GHSA Class A public school baseball champion, and when the final out was recorded Monday, both sides were singing the praises of the other.
FOLKSTON, Ga. — It's not sure if Jake Rogers got his hands on a gator Sunday, but one thing that's certain is the Gordon Lee High School sophomore will have his hands full today.
FOLKSTON, Ga. — Though nothing really was settled Saturday during the doubleheader start to the GHSA Class A public school baseball championship series, one coach learned something important about his team.
CHICKAMAUGA, Ga. — With a combined record of 58-4 and having outscored their playoff opponents by 113 runs, the two teams left standing in the GHSA Class A public school baseball playoffs are the best, according to someone with firsthand experience.
DALTON, Ga. — When opposing soccer teams put together a game plan to go against the skill of Dalton High School, it usually involves playing physical and having keeping more focus on the defensive end of the field.
Dalton advanced to the GHSA Class AAAA soccer championship match with 7-0 semifinal rout of Spalding on Wednesday.
CHICKAMAUGA, Ga. — The Gordon Lee express kept rolling Monday in the GHSA Class A public school baseball playoffs, but for the first time the Trojans had to face a little adversity.
While traditional spring sports such as baseball, softball and track are winding down, the Southern tradition of spring football practice is just kicking off at many tri-state area schools.
An army in red T-shirts fanned out across the Chambliss Center for Children on Thursday, stripping wallpaper, pulling up weeds and sprinkling mulch wherever needed.