Gregg sets new career-high with 42 in road victory
The LFO Lady Warriors began last week with a 56-41 win over Haralson County in Tallapoosa as Macey Gregg enjoyed a record-setting night.
The senior set a new career-high with 42 points and added eight steals in last Tuesday’s win. Anna Rountree picked up eight points and grabbed eight rebounds. Milijah Williams had just one point, but collected seven steals. Dekeia Rowe had three points and Alesya Mcburnett added two for LFO.
Back in Fort Oglethorpe for the home opener on Friday, LFO held a slim 25-24 lead at halftime and took a 35-32 lead into the start of the fourth quarter. However, visiting Coahulla Creek would hold the Lady Warriors to just eight points in the final period as the Lady Colts rallied for the 48-43 win.
Gregg had a game-high 24 points for LFO. Williams hit three 3-pointers on her way to 17 points, while Mackenzie Begley had the final two points for the Lady Warriors.
Then against Murray County on Saturday in Chatsworth, the Redand-white dropped a 58-49 decision to fall to 2-4 overall and 1-2 in region play.
The Lady Indians took control for good by outscoring LFO in the third quarter, 18-8, after going into halftime tied 20-20.
Gregg had 24 points, followed by Rountree with nine and Ateana Copeland with six.
The LFO boys opened Region 6-AAA play with a 65-43 road win over the Rebels last Tuesday. Ruddy Ware had 13 on the night, including a breakaway dunk in the third quarter that put the Warriors up by 20 points.