Calhoun tops Coosa 67-59
For 15 minutes in Lindale, the chance of an upset seemed very real. The Coosa Eagles controlled possession, excelled on special teams and even forced a turnover. They held a double-digit lead on Pepperell in Lindale, catching the home team napping.
At this point in the season, Pepperell softball coach Jeff Rickman knows his team can hit the ball. It’s improving at everything else that’s going to show him how far they can go.
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The Coosa Lady Eagles continue to roll up wins as the regular season nears its end. The team defeated Haralson County 25-19, 25-17, and then beat Gaylesville (Ala.) 25-18, 25-12, at home Thursday.
While it may have gone a little too quickly for Armuchee, the Lady Indians’ volleyball match against Floyd County rival Coosa gave them a mark to work towards.
A tough non-region schedule had handed the Chattooga Indians a pair of losses heading into their first Region 7-AA contest.
The Lady Eagles used a big offensive day to earn a convincing road win on Thursday in Region 7-AA action.