Armuchee boys win at hom
Weight Class — 70
Columbus — Trion made significant improvements across the board throughout the 2014 season, culminating in a second place finish at the Class A Public School State Cheerleading Finals Friday at the Columbus Civic Center.
Armuchee's cheerleading squad could be one to watch tomorrow at the state championships in Columbus as the Lady Indians won the Class AA Sectional on Friday morning in Columbus.
Turnovers cost Pepperell in mini tie-break games against Cedartown and Rockmart on Monday night at Paulding County High School as the Bulldogs topped the Dragons 17-0 and the Yellow Jackets slipped past them 6-0.
A 10-game regular season couldn’t do it, but today the Georgia High School Association Mini Tie-break procedure will, as Pepperell, Cedartown and Rockmart will play at Paulding County for the final two playoff spots from Region 5-AAA.
CARROLLTON — Coosa overcame injuries to grab the Region 7-AA title Saturday, while Cedartown nailed their routine to grab the Region 5-AAA Title in competitions at West Georgia.
While the playoff picture has cleared up a bit for most local teams, Pepperell, Cedartown and Rockmart have to wait until Monday to resolve the logjam for the final two playoff spots from Region 5-AAA.
CARROLLTON — All season long, Brian Vincent and Joey Purser helped lead the Dragons’ charge and on Saturday in the Class AAA State Meet the duo once again pushed Pepperell along as the Dragons finished 15th in the tough classification, while Calhoun’s girls finished 11th and the boys finished 13th.
Two key fourth-quarter interceptions and a devastating running attack powered Pepperell past Harlason County Friday night 35-20 and gives the Dragons a chance to reach the playoffs for the 10th straight time.