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.