Cedartown Lady Bulldogs
There is far more than just one answer for what led to Rome’s state championship run in 2016. Whether it was at the line of scrimmage, the backfield or the coaches on the sideline, every person had to work to get the Wolves to the Georgia Dome and beyond.
The Rockmart Lady Jackets’ basketball team, working a press late in the game against a hot-shooting Cedartown team, did just enough to upset the Lady Bulldogs and come away with a 49-46 win.
Something happened on Saturday night in Polk County that hasn’t happened in three years: the Cedartown Bullodgs beat their cross-county rival in a 39-27 finish.
Doyle Kelley, who has been a constant presence for student athletes in Cedartown and Polk County for three decades, is being handed the reins of the Bulldogs.
Coosa’s Lady Eagles defeated the Cedartown Lady Bulldogs 52-48 on Friday.
Armuchee’s Drew Cummings hit five 3-pointers in a frantic series in the third period Saturday to bring the Indians back and defeat Cedartown 43-37 on the road.
The Lady Bulldogs trailed by as many as nine in the third quarter but finished the game strong, outscoring Sonoraville 16-3 from that point on to earn a season-opening 38-34 win at Pepperell.
LINDALE — The Sonoraville girls played their season opener on Tuesday night as they debuted an almost completely new cast of contributors following the loss of a big and talented senior class from last year’s team.