Calhoun tops Coosa 67-59
Coosa’s defense and offense played fast and furious Tues-day night at Berry College, smothering Woodland with pres-sure on one end and sprinting to the basket on the other. Al-though the Eagles did ease up on the tempo in the second half, it was enough to carry Coosa to a 63-53 win in the Holiday Festival Basketball Tournament.
Armuchee (2-5, 0-3)
The intensity level was off the charts in Darlington’s 78-72 double overtime victory against previously undefeated Region 7-AA foe Coosa, and with some clutch free throw shooting, the Tigers brought it home late in a slugfest.
Darlington was firing on all cylinders against Region 7-AA opponent Coosa on Friday night, and was able to coast to a comfortable 61-22 victory.
Coosa rolled to an 89-42 victory over Cedartown on Tuesday evening, and improved to 4-0 (2-0 Region 7-AA) on the season.
Pepperell poured on the points early and often, as the Lady Dragons beat Coosa easily at home Saturday afternoon, 72-44.
The Darlington Middle School girls’ basketball team remained undefeated this season after a 14-11 win over Coosa at home.
Armuchee girls 73, Coosa 43
A defensive adjustment at halftime for Coosa helped hold off Armuchee in overtime, as the Eagles beat the Indians 63-53 in the first region tilt of the season.