For the second year in a row, the LFO Warriors saw a good basketball season come to an abrupt end with a tough first-round defeat.
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Eli Walker's RBI-single in the top of the fifth proved to be the lone offensive bright spot for the LFO Warriors (0-4) on Tuesday as they dropped a 12-1 road decision at Dawson County.
A seven-run second inning proved to be the decisive frame for the Heritage Generals on Monday as they defeated cross-county rival LFO, 10-3, in the home opener in Boynton.
The LFO Warriors saw a double-digit fourth-quarter lead evaporate on Saturday afternoon, but the Red-and-White were able to score a 76-69 overtime victory over North Murray in the third-place game of the Region 6-AAA tournament at Sonoraville.
It doesn't matter what a cheerleading team has done throughout the season or how many competitions they have previously won, that team still has to perform at its best when the bright lights come on at the state championships.
The LFO Lady Warriors trailed by nine points at halftime and were not able to make up the deficit in a 52-33 loss to North Murray in the first game of the Region 6-AAA tournament at Sonoraville on Saturday night.
LFO, fresh off a hard-fought home victory over Adairsville on Thursday night, played its fourth game in five nights on Friday and took the Murray County Indians to overtime before eventually dropping a 69-61 decision.