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There would be no upset in the Region 7-AA championship game this season. This year, from beginning to end, the Chattooga Indians were not even going to give their opponents a chance.
The Chattooga Indians have been running all season, and they didn’t slow for the Region 7-AA tournament.
The action has been non-stop at the Macon Centreplex in the last two days, and a large group of area athletes are setting themselves apart from the best of the best.
When a wrestler reaches this point in the season, they have proven they have skills and talent. But they aren’t alone.
This week is a chance for prep basketball teams to continue building on successful regular season campaigns or make a new start as region tournaments get underway.
Coosa’s Lady Eagles had three players reach double digits as they picked up their 10th win by defeating Chattooga 60-54 in Summerville on Tuesday.
Many of Floyd County’s top wrestlers finished strong Saturday in the Area 3-AA traditional tournament at Armuchee, but one turned in a performance that won a championship for himself and his team.
Tamiya Griffin scored a game-high 25 points and the Pepperell Lady Dragons picked up a 46-36 Region 7-AA win Friday as the region tournament gets closer.
Darlington’s traditional wrestling tournament has always been held with the intention of being a springboard for the postseason and teams took that to heart Saturday.
The Armuchee girls got back in the win column in Region 7-AA play with a 49-45 home victory over Chattooga on Tuesday.