Playing in a doubleheader on the road, the Cedartown Lady Bulldogs came away with a split.

Cedartown (6-3) lost a late lead against Bowdon and then lost the game, 7-6. However, the Lady Bulldogs were able to salvage the day by beating Haralson County 4-2. Both games were non-region contests.
"I am disappointed that we did not come out with two wins today, considering we were leading both games late," Lady Bulldogs head coach Jessica Sanders said. "But we are 6-3 and we got refocused on the bus ride home."
The Lady Bulldogs head coach believes her team will break out of its recent slump, having dropped two of their past three games. This coming after Cedartown had an impressive 5-1 showing at the Lady Devils Classic to open the season.
"We feel optimistic about the girls stepping up and playing to their full potential," Sanders said.
Cedartown is scheduled to play again on Wednesday, hosting Haralson County at 5 p.m.