Lady Bull­dogs did get in play­offs

Madi­son County moves on as Cedar­town closes out sea­son

The Standard Journal - - LOCAL SPORTS - From staff re­ports

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.

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