Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School sports

The LFO Warriors dropped to 3-8 overall and 2-4 in Region 6-AAA play with a 9-1 loss at Sonoraville on Friday.

The Gordon Lee Lady Trojans won nine individual events and LaFayette captured six in a four-team meet at Heritage High School on Thursday. LFO and Heritage also competed in the meet. Team scores were not provided.

The Georgia high school basketball website Sandysspiel.com, along with the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association, have released its postseason awards and four players in the Catoosa-Walker County area have been honored.

A Nyko Simpson single was the only hit of the game for LFO on Tuesday as they dropped a 12-2 decision at Calhoun in five innings.

After having to postpone their game from Friday night to Saturday afternoon, the LFO Warriors took one on the chin in a 15-4 home loss to North Murray.

The LFO Lady Warriors led 2-0 at halftime and held on a 2-1 home victory over Murray County on Wednesday. Sydnee Brown and Emma Leverrett each found the back of the net once as LFO improved to 4-3-1 overall and 1-1 in 6-AAA.

The LFO Warriors got six solid innings from junior starter Zach Coots on Tuesday, but the Red-and-White could not find any offense to support him in a 5-0 home loss to Haralson County in the Region 6-AAA opener for both teams.

After playing football together for the past few seasons, LFO seniors Charlie Harless and Nathan Williams will continue to be teammates for a while longer.

The Heritage Generals fell behind 5-0 and trailed 7-3 going into the bottom of the seventh, but stunned visiting Gordon Lee with five runs in their final at-bat to score their first victory of the season on Saturday, 8-7, in Boynton.

The LaFayette boys' tennis team improved to 2-0 on the season, while the LaFayette girls picked up their first win of 2019 as they both claimed 5-0 victories over visiting LFO on Friday. The matches had originally been scheduled for Thursday, but were postponed because of rain.

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