With the Region 6-AAA tournament slated to begin on Sept. 26, and several postponed games still needing to be made up, the Ringgold Lady Tigers took to Hazel Brown Field on Monday hoping for a win that would improve their chances of a better seed in the postseason.
Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School sports
After a 1-5 start to their season, the Ridgeland Lady Panthers have fought their way back to climb back above .500 for the first time all season.
A week ago in Armuchee, after more than doubling the Indians' total rushing yards, LFO could only watch as Armuchee scored twice in the second half to erase a seven-point deficit and hand the Warriors a bitter defeat.
After pounding out 13 hits and scoring 11 runs in a shutout victory over North Murray on Wednesday night, the LFO Lady Warriors managed just three hits and one run 24 hours later at Coahulla Creek.
The LFO Lady Warriors exploded for nine runs in the fourth and fifth innings Wednesday night and went on to run-rule North Murray, 11-0, in a five-inning game in Chatsworth.
The Ridgeland Lady Panthers have fought their way back to the .500 mark on the season after sweeping LFO and Lookout Valley in a pair of Thursday night home matches.
It was a successful evening for the LFO Lady Warriors volleyball squad, who picked up subregion wins over North Murray and Murray County Tuesday in Fort Oglethorpe.
The Dade County Lady Wolverines rallied from a 8-3 deficit going into the sixth inning to stun the LFO Lady Warriors, 9-8, in non-region game Monday night in Trenton.
The LFO Warriors struck first, but the Armuchee Indians struck last as they claimed a 27-23 home victory in a tribal gridiron battle in Floyd County on Friday.
Karson Bradford launched a two-run homer and the LFO Lady Warriors pounded out double-digit hits to collect a big 6-1 win over county and Region 6-AAA North rival Ringgold Thursday night in Fort Oglethorpe.