The LaFayette Ramblers went 1-2 at an all Area 6-AAAA quad match at Heritage on Thursday night, losing to Heritage (62-18) and Northwest Whitfield (59-23), but ending the night with a win over Ridgeland (44-24).
The Region 6-AAAA champion Ridgeland Panthers were well-represented in voting for league awards, which were decided on by the region coaches on Thursday.
After going 4-0 in the early part of the season, the LaFayette Ramblers began the Region 6-AAAA portion of the schedule on Tuesday night, expecting a tough battle against the visiting Pickens Dragons.
Sophomore Alex Kelehear went 11 of 12 from the free throw line in the fourth quarter to help lift the LaFayette Ramblers to a hard-fought 68-62 win over Ringgold during the Ridgeland Thanksgiving Classic on Friday night.
The LaFayette Ramblers are now 3-0 on the year following a 55-38 victory over Coahulla Creek Wednesday night at the Ridgeland Thanksgiving Classic.
The LaFayette Lady Ramblers dropped to 0-4 on the season after falling to Trion, 50-45, on the final day of the Gordon Central Lady Warrior Invitational on Tuesday.
The young and improving LaFayette Ramblers took part in the Hillgrove Duals on Tuesday and returned to Walker County with a respectable 3-2 showing.
The LaFayette Ramblers made it two victories in two nights after coasting to an 81-49 win at Armuchee on Saturday night.
Cole Ingram and Tyler Beard both won their respective weight classes at the Ringgold Tiger Invitational on Saturday.
Sophomore Alex Kelehear and Andrew Pendergrass both earned Walker County Dream Team first team status last season and on Friday night, they picked up right where they left off some nine months ago.