The Oakwood Christian Lady Eagles got a balanced scoring effort at home on Thursday and got back over the .500 mark with a 36-14 win over Rhea County Academy.
Duals wrestling is nearing its end, but a number of local teams got one more chance to compete head-to-head Tuesday at Coosa High School as a way to get some reps before the bulk of traditional season starts.
Coosa boys’ basketball coach John McFather knows how he wants his team to play when they get into a heated contest with a region rival.
Darlington’s girls kept their undefeated mark in Region 6-A on Tuesday as they traveled to North Cobb Christian and defeated the Lady Eagles 65-43.
The Armuchee girls got back in the win column in Region 7-AA play with a 49-45 home victory over Chattooga on Tuesday.
Three Darlington players reached double digits, but it wasn’t enough to hold back North Cobb Christian as the Tigers fell 76-54 on the road Tuesday.
Model’s girls were challenged by Coosa on Tuesday, but the Lady Blue Devils rode a 19-6 first quarter to a 64-52 Region 7-AA road win.
Another big win Tuesday put the Unity Christian girls in the top spot in their region as the Lady Lions defeated Shiloh Hills 46-29 at home.
The Darlington varsity wrestling team finished third at the Arab Invitational in Alabama over the weekend, boasting four individual champions.
The Oakwood Christian Lady Eagles got back to the .500 mark on Tuesday night with an easy 46-8 victory over Mountain View Christian School.