Rome Lady Wolves stumble
The Oakwood Christian Lady Eagles endured a cold night from the floor and dropped a 55-19 road decision to Fairview Christian Academy in Athens, Tenn. on Friday.
Gordon Lee freshman Gracie O'Neal led the Lady Trojans with 12 points Friday, none more important than the final two.
For three quarters, the Pepperell Lady Dragons kept up with Model in their own gym. But for that one other quarter, the Lady Devils displayed why they have yet to lose a Region 7-AA game this season.
Livia Skinner and Morgan Copeland posted double-doubles, and the Armuchee Lady Indians rode a first-quarter wave Friday night to a 55-39 win over Gordon Central.
Taya Gibson sank a putback at the buzzer Friday night to break a tie and give the Rome Lady Wolves a 49-47 win over Region 7-5A foe Hiram.
A 22-13 halftime lead was enough to secure the win Friday and the No. 1 seed in the region tournament for the Unity Christian girls as they defeated Killian Hill 39-27 on the road.
Three Darlington players scored in double digits as the Lady Tigers rolled to a 57-26 win Thursday over Trion.
There will be some extra history in the mix when Pepperell’s basketball teams visit Model tonight.
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.
Calhoun’s Jana Johns moved to the top of the list last Saturday as the all-time leading scorer in Calhoun girls basketball history with her performance in the Lady Jackets’ 63-55 win at Cartersville.