The Oakwood Christian Academy Middle School girls’ basketball team finished third in the ISC tournament, held at St. Jude’s School in Chattanooga.
Walker Co. Middle School sports
Halfway through the NGAC tournament finals on Thursday night, the LaFayette Ramblers - unbeaten in league play all season long - found themselves in a very unfamiliar place.
In Tuesday night's semifinals against upset-minded Saddle Ridge, the Ringgold Lady Tigers were in serious danger of seeing their run to the NGAC championship go up in smoke as the Blue-and-White found itself trailing 27-14 at halftime.
The North Georgia Athletic Conference basketball tournament championship games will be played at Trion Middle School at 4:30 and 6 p.m. on Thursday.
The Oakwood Christian Lady Eagles lost their most recent two conference games on the court, falling to both Tennessee Christian Prep and OLPH.
The LaFayette Ramblers got 20 points from Aidan Hadaway and 12 from Junior Barber in a 57-39 NGAC tournament win over Chattanooga Valley on Monday.
The Ringgold Lady Tigers moved on to the semifinals of the North Georgia Athletic Conference tournament with a 39-21 victory over the LaFayette Lady Ramblers on Monday.
The North Georgia Athletic Conference began tournament play at Trion on Saturday and the day would ultimately belong to Heritage's Marcus Fortson.
The LaFayette Lady Ramblers got 13 points each from Heather Tucker and Emma Baker as they took down Walker County rival Chattanooga Valley, 34-25, in an opening-round game at the North Georgia Athletic Conference tournament at Trion on Saturday.
Trion Middle School and Trion High School will serve as dual sites for the 2018 North Georgia Athletic Conference basketball tournament, which gets underway on Saturday.
After only being able to suit up six players on Tuesday due to illness, the Gordon Lee girls got some of its roster back on Thursday and saw 10 different players get in the scoring column in a 44-17 win over Rossville in the regular season finale.
The resurgent Rossville Bulldogs made a statement on Tuesday night by picking up an impressive 59-42 victory over highly regarded Dade County in Trenton.
The Gordon Lee Lady Trojans, hit hard by the flu bug, had just six players in uniform for Tuesday afternoon's important home game with visiting Heritage.