The Cartersville boy’s basketball team won their region tournament over the weekend, as they beat Heritage-Catoosa by a score of 46-43. It was Cartersville’s fourth consecutive region title. The Canes improved their record to 20-6 and will host St. Pius in the first round of the Class AAAA state tournament on Wednesday at the Storm Center.
Following a 58-year playoff drought, the Adairsville Lady Tigers are back in the state playoffs, even though they fell to Calhoun by a score of 71-41 on Sunday. They will start tournament play on Tuesday at West Hall.
In tennis over the weekend, the Woodland boys and girls teams won their games 4-1 over the Rockmart Yellow Jackets on Friday.
In soccer over the weekend, the Cartersville boy’s team beat North Cobb Christian by a score of 4-0.
The Georgia Highlands Chargers basketball team picked up their 25th consecutive win and improved to 13-0 in conference play and 25-1 on the season on Saturday, when they defeated Central Georgia by a score of 68-55 on Saturday. They will next play on Wednesday, when they travel to Chattahoochee Technical College for a 7:30 tip.
The Georgia Highlands baseball team did not have a good weekend, however. It fell to Walter’s State on Friday and Saturday and swept in the three-game series. The Chargers were outscored 23-15 and fell to 4-4 on the season. They will next play on Wednesday against Cleveland state in a doubleheader that starts at 3:00 at Lakepoint.
There is nothing on the sports slate today, but tomorrow in baseball Cass will host Chattahoochee at 5:55 pm and the Adairsville Lady Tigers will open up the state basketball tournament against West Hall.