Lady Bulldogs did get in playoffs
Madison County moves on as Cedartown closes out season
A pair of games gave the Cedartown Lady Bulldogs a chance to show off in the state tournament after all, but they didn’t move forward in the process.
Cedartown traveled to play against Madison County in the Class 4A playoffs last week, and wrapped up their season with a pair of losses to finish up the season.
That came after a pair of wins over Cartersville and a loss to LaGrange in the Region 5-4A tournament. Their second win in the tournament broke a tie between the two teams and that was misreported last week.
Madison County took an 8-0 win and a 14-1 win in a double header on Oct. 9 to finish up Cedartown’s season, and exited the season with a 10-14 finish for 2018, and 4-8 in region play.
They were set to play Flowery Branch in the second round of play.
Cedartown tied in fourth place to finish the region, and other teams moved on in this year’s playoffs from 5-4A. Central-Carroll and Chapel Hill both moved on in their games, with the Lady Lions defeating Stephens County in two games and the Lady Panthers toppling North Oconee in two games as well.
Chapel Hill is set to play LaFayette this week, while Central plays Heritage-Catoosa.
Another team who didn’t make it out of the first rounds from 5-4A is LaGrange, who fell to Oconee County in the first round after a three-game playoff. They split a double header on day one, and finished up with Oconee taking a 13-2 win.