Northwest Whitfield 56, Pickens 46
The Lady Bruins play for the Region 6-4A tournament championship tonight after defeating Pickens in the semifinals, 56-46, on Friday. Northwest takes on the Gilmer (No. 1 seed) in the championship game Monday night at 7 at Southeast Whitfield High School.
For the No. 2-seeded Lady Bruins, Tionna Baker had 22 points, six rebounds, five assists and four steals; Emma Allen went for 10 points and five rebounds; McKenzie Brueckner scored 10 points; and Whitley Chumley chipped in nine points.
Sonoraville 56, Coahulla Creek 47
The Lady Colts fell in the semifinals of the Region 6-3A tournament to Sonoraville, 56-47. Coahulla Creek plays in the third-place game versus Calhoun Monday at 4 p.m. at North Murray High School. The Lady Colts have qualified for the state playoffs.
North Murray 70, Calhoun 67
After an undefeated regular season run, North Murray hopes to keep its region record spotless as it faces Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe Monday night at 8:30 in the Region 6-3A tournament championship game at North Murray.
On Friday, No. 1 seed North Murray beat No. 4 seed Calhoun, 70-67. For the Mountaineers, Ethan Lederer had 24 points (six 3-pointers), Chaisen Buckner went for 15 points (including seven in the fourth quarter) and Ladd McConkey scored 14 points.
Northwest Whitfield 66, Pickens 48
The Bruins play for the Region 6-4A tournament championship Monday night at 8:30 as they face LaFayette at Southeast. Friday night, No. 2 seed Northwest beat No. 3 seed Pickens, 66-48. Leading Northwest in scoring was Blane Greene 24 (points) followed by Kooper Pardee (23 points).
Coahulla Creek 8, LaFayette 1
The Colts topped LaFayette, 8-1, at home. Sebastian Garcia led Coahulla Creek with a hat trick (three goals) while Emmanuel Arredondo had two goals, Luis Torres notched two goals and an assist and Ronaldo Mendiola contributed a goal and three assists. Also, Gustavo Arredondo had two assists while Saul Barcenas had an assist.