LFO will host a Region 6-AAA semifinal series starting this Saturday. However, the Lady Warriors' will not be hosting the all-Catoosa County showdown folks around the area were anticipating and hoping for.
Bremen will provide the challenge for the Red-and-White after they knocked off Ringgold, 12-5, in Wednesday's third and deciding game of their opening round region series in Bremen.
With the loss, Ringgold's season will come to a close with an 11-15 overall record.
The Lady Tigers scored three times in the bottom of the first to overcome an early deficit and grab a 3-2 lead. But Bremen, playing as the visiting team after losing the pre-game coin flip, would pile up 10 runs over the next three innings, including six runs in the top of the second, to blow the game open.
The Lady Devils collected 16 hits, but scored just four earned runs as Ringgold hurt its chances by committing three errors. Bremen also slugged two home runs in the win.
Kaylee Phillips worked the first 3.1 innings, allowing four earned on 12 hits. Carolyn Hemphill closed it out in the circle, giving up four hits and recording two strikeouts.
Kaylee Womack went 1-for-3 with a run scored and two RBIs. Amber Gainer had an RBI-triple and Gracie Morrison also picked up an RBI for the Lady Tigers.