The Bowdon High School girls' basketball team survived a 46-44 quarterfinal battle against Mount Paran in the Region 6-A Tournament on Wednesday afternoon at The Walker School, advancing to Friday's 3 p.m. semifinal showdown against Gordon Lee at St. Francis.

The winner of Friday's matchup will face the St. Francis/Christian Heritage winner in the championship round on Saturday at St. Francis.

In Wednesday's win, the Red Devilettes (21-4) were led by Maci Holloway with 13 points, while Rylee Robinson scored nine, Dasia Wyatt added eight and Tanesha Kirk and Tavania Gay both chipped in six.

Region 6-AAA Tournament at Sonoraville

Haralson County girls 48, Bremen 31: The second-seeded Rebelettes (23-2) rolled into the Region 6-AAA Tournament semifinals and secured a Class AAA state playoff berth in the process in the 17-point win over the rival Lady Blue Devils (9-14) on Wednesday night.

Haralson County was up just six heading into the fourth quarter at 37-31, but it held Bremen scoreless over the final eight minutes to pull away for the victory, setting up a showdown with top-seeded LFO on Friday night at 7.

Alexis Boykin led HC with 19 points, followed by Claire Robinson with 11 and Tori Causey with 10. Bremen was led by Morgan Cashen with 11 points and Alyssa Taylor with 10 in its season finale.

Prep Soccer

Starr's Mill girls 1, Carrollton 0: The Lady Trojans fell in a defensive struggle on Tuesday night in its season opener.

Starr's Mill JV girls 8, Carrollton 0: The junior-varsity squad also suffered a setback at Grisham Stadium.

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