The Georgia Highlands Chargers rolled to a 103-68 conference tournament win over East Georgia State College. East Georgia keep the game close for most of the first half with the game tied at 32 with 6:48 left in first half. However GHC went on a run to lead 45-30 at the half.

The Chargers dominated the boards out rebounding the Bobcats 52-37 and forcing 25 turnovers. The Chargers largest lead of the night was 36 points. Georgia Highlands was led by D’Andre Bernard and Ty’Lik Evans who both scored 21 points.

The Chargers are now 30-1 on the season and will play in the conference semi-finals on Friday.


The Chattahoochee Tech Golden Eagles were bounced from the conference tournament on Tuesday night, after falling to South Georgia State 98-86.

The Eagles trailed by 11 at the half and were unable to make up any ground on South Georgia State. The Eagles were led on offense by Keith Ray, who scored 28 points and Jamion Simpson added 19.

In what could be the final season of basketball at Chattahoochee Tech, the Eagles finished 21-10 on the season and 9-7 in conference play.


The Woodland girls soccer team lost to Kell Tuesday night 4-0 in Region 7AAAAA action in Cobb County.


Coach Jonathan Cannon of the Lady Cats noted continued improvement of his squad despite the loss. He said the performances of Lexie Lehmann, Morgan Ketchum, and Holly Quick on Monday night. He also credited Emelina Acevedo with an outstanding performance in net after the Lady Cats lost their starter to injury.


Woodland is now 0-6 on the season and 0-3 in region play.


The Wildcats battled, but fell to the currently unbeaten Longhorns Monday night in Cobb County.
Woodland slipped to 3-3-1 overall and is 1-2 in region play.




5:55 Cass at Kennesaw Mountain


5:30 Adairsville girls at Bremen

7:00 Adairsville boys at Bremen



5:00 Woodland vs. Calhoun

6:00 Cartersville vs. James Clemens (Alabama) at LakePoint


5:30 Adairsville at Haralson County

7:00 Adairsville at Haralson County