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On the boys’ side, LFO opened last Tues­day with a 68-31 loss to Chat­tanooga pri­vate school pow­er­house Mc­cal­lie. The War­riors hung tough and trailed 27-22 at the break, but the Blue Tor­nado

would outscore LFO in the third quar­ter, 18-0, as they pulled away for the vic­tory.

Ruddy Ware scored 14 points in the loss. Ja­cob King had nine points on three 3-point­ers. Car­son Mc­cam­mon added five points, while Ryker Nicely (two) and Zach Coots (one) rounded out the scor­ing.

On Fri­day, the War­riors jumped

out to a 22-10 lead af­ter one quar­ter and ran away from the Look­out Val­ley Yel­low Jack­ets, 59-24.

Ware had 16 points for the War­riors. Cameron Gregg had 15 points, fol­lowed by King with 13. Coots added five points. Ethan Wof­ford fin­ished with three. Mc­cam­mon, Nicely and Ri­ley Mosier had two points apiece, while Zion Martin fin­ished with one.

Then on Satur­day against the host Charg­ers, CCS jumped out to a 19-9 lead af­ter the first quar­ter and scored 22 points in both the sec­ond and fourth quar­ters to claim a 74-47 vic­tory. The Charg­ers hit 11 3-point­ers as a team.

LFO fin­ished with eight 3-point­ers and got a team-high 14 points from Ware. Gregg had 12 points, while King added 11. Five points

from Wof­ford, three from Coots and two from James Bed­ding­ton rounded out the scor­ing for the Red-and-white.

LFO was slated to be­gin Re­gion 6-AAA play on Tues­day with a pair of games at Har­al­son County. Both LFO teams will be back at home on Fri­day with a 7 p.m. dou­ble­header against Coahulla Creek.

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