Warner Robins hosted and beat Coffee in a Region 1-AAAAA matchup Tuesday. The Demonettes won easily, 53-29. The boys came out victorious, 61-52.
The wins kept both at the top of the division standings heading into the final week and a half of region play. Warner Robins’ girls, winning their seventh straight, improved to 4-0 (15-5 overall). The Lady Trojans fell to 0-4 (6-11). Ware County is second in the region with a 2-1 record. The Demonettes have already beaten it once and will play it again on the road Friday.
The Demons, winners of 10 straight, also improved to 4-0 (11-5). Coffee fell to 1-3 (5-12). Wayne County and Veterans are in second at 2-1. Warner Robins has already beaten both once.
Elsewhere, the first time Perry and Northside met – back in late November – the Lady Eagles rolled to a 52-18 win.
Tuesday, at Northside, the Lady Panthers made it a little bit more difficult. Yes, they lost 64-33, but they more than matched that earlier point total in the first half alone.
The Lady Eagles led the game 13-10 after one. Perry had it tied at 22 late in the second but trailed 25-22 at the half.
A 16-3 third-quarter really did the trick for the host. That gave it a 41-25 lead heading into the third quarter, where it out-scored Perry 23-8.
Des-teyn Seaton and Alaya Grane each had 16 to lead the Lady Eagles, who improved to 9-6. The Lady Panthers fell to 5-10.
Perry won the first time the boys met – that aforementioned November – 60-55. This time it was the Eagles. Snapping a 10-game skid, they won 72-66.
They led 19-11 after one and 32-26 at the half. They got the edge in the third, 19-15, to lead 51-41 heading into the fourth. There, they outscored the Panthers 21-15 for the win.
Kayleb Jackson led Northside with 11. Gage Williams had 10 and Keron Milton Jr. 9.
Armar Gordon Jr. led the Panthers with 18. Sean Lester had 13 and Antonio Lawson 9. The Eagles moved to 3-11. The Panthers, having lost three straight now, drop to 7-8.
Veterans also split results with Peach County on the road in a non-region matchup. The Lady Warhawks won 54-51. They improved to 8-12 and left the Lady Trojans 11-5. The boys fell 78-67. Peach County improved to 9-8. Veterans stands at 11-9.