Girls Tuesday hoops highlights: Lady Colonels win, other local teams fall
The Cass girls basketball team picked up a Region 7AAAAA road win Tuesday night at East Paulding, but all the other local girls teams were not as successful.
CASS GIRLS 64, EAST PAULDING 43
Sharia Wade lead the Lady Colonels with 17 points and Chanel Clemmons scored 13 to help lead Cass to a 21-point Region 7AAAAA road win at East Paulding Tuesday night.
Cass led 46-25 at the intermission and pushed their advantage to 55-39 heading into the final eight minutes.
Jana Morning and Payton Stoddard added eight points each for Cass. Kyla Michienzi followed with six points, Kyler Trouten five, Aaliyah Curtis three, Lyric Curtis two, and Amber Brittian two points.
East Paulding fell to 3-16 overall and 1-10 in Region 7AAAAA.
The Lady Colonels (13-4, 7-3) hit the road this weekend for a region game at Kell Friday at 6pm and a non-region game at Armuchee Saturday at 3pm.
TROUP COUNTY GIRLS 59, CARTERSVILLE 36
Madison McKinney scored 11 points to lead the Lady Canes, but it was not enough as Cartersville lost its fifth in a row and seventh of the last eight.
Troup led 11-7 after one quarter and 29-17 at halftime before pulling away in the second half.
The Lady Tigers improved to 11-6 overall and 4-1 in Region 5-AAAA.
Cartersville (6-10, 0-4) hosts Cedartown Friday at the Storm Center.
PICKENS GIRLS 69, ADAIRSVILLE 52
Torie Weaver scored 15 points and McKenzie Weaver 13 as visiting Pickens defeated the Lady Tigers Tuesday night. Ashley Nelson and McKenzie Hampton added nine points each for the Nettes.
Pickens (13-7) led 17-13 after one quarter, 35-26 at halftime, and 51-33 after three quarters.
Josie Summerville scored a game-high 19 to lead the Lady Tigers. She was followed by Havyn Isaac with 14 points and Chloe Powell 10 points. Emily Collum added five points for Adairsville, followed by Zay Harris with three and Taylor Greene one point.
Adairsville (6-13, 2-6 Region 6AAA) hosts Bremen Friday night at 7pm and Georgia School for the Deaf Saturday afternoon at 3pm.
CHRISTIAN HERITAGE GIRLS 55, EXCEL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 32
The Christian Heritage girls placed three players in double figures Tuesday night in Dalton on their way to a 55-32 win over the visiting Lady Eagles.
The Lady Lions led 11-6 after one period, 30-16 at halftime, and 48-23 after three periods.
Kelsey Schneller led Christian Heritage with 16 points. Madison Brown scored 15 and Meghan Schneller 12 to help lead the Lady Lions.
Rylie Boston led Excel with 11 points. Kalli Beth Scheff scored seven, Whitney Harris six, Lindsey Mauldin three, Bailey Cox three, and Brighton McCollum added two points for Excel.
The Lady Lions improved to 11-5 overall and 6-1 in Region 6-A.
Excel (8-4, 4-2) hosts Mt. Zion-Carroll Friday at 6pm and North Cobb Christian Saturday at 1pm for Homecoming.
PAULDING COUNTY GIRLS 37, WOODLAND 28
The Lady Cats trailed only 12-9 after one quarter and 21-19 at halftime Tuesday night to visiting Paulding County, but were outscored 12-3 in the third quarter to trail by 11. That was a lead Woodland could not overcome as they remained winless on the season.
Lexie Robinson scored 14 points and Carli Clymer 10 for the Lady Cats.
Woodland (0-13, 0-8 Region 7-AAAAA) travels to Kell Wednesday at 6pm for another region game.