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Cartersville sweeps Woodland; Adairsville and Cass teams drop region tilts

The Cartersville Lady Canes and Hurricanes both earned Region 7-5A wins Friday night at Woodland while the teams from Adairsville and Cass lost region games on the road.



CARTERSVILLE GIRLS 53, WOODLAND 21


Ansley Griffin

The Cartersville Lady Canes outscored the host Lady Cats 31-7 in the second half Friday night en route to a 53-21 Region 7-5A win at Woodland.


Cartersville led 11-8 after one quarter and 22-14 at halftime before surging in the second half for a 32-point win.


Ansley Griffin scored 12 points to lead Cartersville. Taff Bradley and Jakayah Draughn followed with 10 points each while Senai Camper added seven points in the Lady Canes’ win.


Megan Schultz scored 12 points for Woodland. Reagan Weightman finished with five points for the Lady Cats.


Woodland (2-10, 0-8) hosts Dalton Tuesday night at 6 p.m.


Cartersville (14-6, 5-3) has a home game Tuesday against Calhoun — also at 6 p.m.


CARTERSVILLE BOYS 60, WOODLAND 46 The Hurricanes improved to 9-13 on the season and 2-6 in Region 7-5A with their win Friday night at Woodland. Woodland (2-21, 0-8) hosts Dalton Tuesday night.


Cartersville hosts Calhoun at the Storm Center Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.


No game report was submitted to Bartow Sports Zone.


DALTON 62, CASS GIRLS 33


The Lady Colonels fell behind 11-0 early and never recovered in a 62-33 loss Friday night at Dalton.

Cass trailed 25-16 at halftime and 38-25 by the end of the third quarter.

Dalton shot 39 free throws in the contest while Cass shot only eight free throws.


Grace Ridley and Emma Hefner paced the Lady Catamounts with 16 and 14 points, respectively. Ridley also added 12 steals and 10 rebounds in a triple-double performance.


Mikaela Jackson led Cass with nine points. Sadie Paez and Darianna Sosa finished with six points each. Nevaeh Woods contributed five points. Kiana McDaniel chipped in with four and Kaitlyn Godwin added three points for the Lady Colonels in the loss.


Dalton improved to 17-6 overall and 5-3 in Region 7-5A.


Cass (13-9, 1-7) hosts Hiram Tuesday night at 6 p.m.


DALTON 58, CASS BOYS 54


The Cass boys slipped to third place in Region 7-5A Friday night with a narrow 58-54 loss at Dalton.


The Colonels led 14-10 after one quarter, but fell behind in the second quarter and did not recover.


Dalton outscored Cass 20-8 in the second period to lead 30-22 at the intermission. The host Catamounts added to their advantage in the third quarter to lead 48-34 heading to the final eight minutes.


The Colonels outscored the Catamounts 20-10 in the final period but came up four points short.


“We dropped a heart-breaker at Dalton,” said Cass head coach Kevin Cunningham. “Dalton played well, but It’s tough to overcome our free throw shooting when we were just 6-for-15 at the line. We have to get back to work to try and lock down a top-three seed for the region tournament.”


Dalton (15-7, 4-4) was led in scoring by Chaz Ramsey with 27 points.


Jelani Hames scored 14 points to lead Cass. Devin Henderson finished with 11. Jakai Baldwin contributed eight points. KJ Rogers scored seven. Sacovie White tossed in six points while Jayden Foster and Jashaun Whatley added four points apiece.


Cass (11-11, 5-3) hosts 3rd-ranked Hiram Tuesday night.


LAKEVIEW-FORT OGLETHORPE 72, ADAIRSVILLE BOYS 66


In a head-to-head battle for the Region 6-AAA top seed in the upcoming region tournament, the host Warriors held on to defeat Adairsville Friday night 72-66.


LFO, led by Brent Bowman and Antari Burnett with 29 and 23 points, respectively, improved to 15-9 on the season and 12-1 in region play. Tre Winters led Adairsville with 30 points. Tay Jackson followed with 13. Zach Postell scored 11. Xavious Nalls contributed seven points. Zach Weaver chipped in with three points and Ben Abernathy added two for the Tigers.


Adairsville (16-8, 11-2) hosts Bremen Tuesday night in their regular-season finale at 7:30 p.m.


LAKEVIEW-FORT OGLETHORPE 67, ADAIRSVILLE GIRLS 42


The LFO girls led 38-17 by halftime and went on the defeat visiting Adairsville Friday night, 67-42.


Angel Simmons and Christina Collins paced the host Warriors with 16 and 15 points, respectively.


Analee Morris scored a game-high 22 points to lead the Lady Tigers. Darby Adams added eight points for Adairsville.


Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe improved to 22-1 on the season and 13-0 in Region 6-AAA.


Adairsville (12-11, 7-6) wraps up regular season play Tuesday night at home against Bremen at 6 p.m.

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