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Girls basketball action is beginning to get heated late in the season.

McDONOUGH — Girls basketball action around the county has progressed right along this year and teams are beginning to shape their postseason seeding slowly. Eagle’s Landing leads the way in the standings as the final month marches on.

Dutchtown Lady Bulldogs (9-11, 7-4)

The Lady Bulldogs opened last week with a loss to Eagle’s Landing but were able to get back on track with wins over Ola and Locust Grove. This week, the Lady Bulldogs get right back to work against Woodland at home before hitting the road against Stockbridge. The week ends against Eagle’s Landing.

Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy Lady Chargers (10-2, 1-0)

The Lady Chargers enter this week on 10 days rest. The first two games of the week find them on the road against Drew Charter School Senior Academy and Our Lady of Mercy. The week ends against North Cobb.

Eagle’s Landing Lady Golden Eagles (10-6, 8-0)

Eagle’s Landing High rolled through last week with three straight victories over Dutchtown, Locust Grove and Woodland High. This week, is another return of three games as the Golden Eagles host Union Grove before traveling to Jones County and Dutchtown to finish the week.

Hampton Lady Hornets (0-16, 0-8)

The Hampton Lady Hornets enter this week still searching for their first win of the season. They face Eastside and Salem this week.

Locust Grove Lady Wildcats (5-14, 1-8)

The Lady Wildcats fell to Eagle’s Landing and Dutchtown last week marking the teams’ fifth straight loss in as many weeks. This week, the Lady Wildcats travel to face Ola before hosting Tattnall Square Academy.

Luella Lady Lions (14-5, 7-2)

The Luella Lady Lions suffered an overtime loss to Woodward Academy last week marking their second region loss of the season. Luella returns to action hosting Druid Hills before traveling to face McDonough.

McDonough Lady Warhawks (10-7, 6-3)

The McDonough Lady Warhawks found two wins last week but had an overtime loss to North Clayton High sandwiched between it all. This week, the Lady Warhawks face Woodward Academy, Luella and Newton.

Ola Lady Mustangs (4-16, 1-8)

The Lady Mustangs dropped games to Whitewater, Dutchtown and Jones County last week but will look for wins this week against Stockbridge and Locust Grove.

Strong Rock Christian Academy Lady Patriots (3-14, 1-4)

Following a win over Drew Charter School Senior Academy, the Lady Patriots fell to Our Lady of Mercy and Atlanta International last week. Action this week will feature two home games against Elite Scholars and Trinity Christian before they take on Our Lady of Mercy.

Stockbridge Lady Tigers (4-13, 1-7)

The Lady Tigers enter this week looking for a win after falling to Cambridge, South Atlanta and Union Grove. Stockbridge faces Ola on the road before taking on Dutchtown High at home.

Union Grove Lady Wolverines (9-10, 4-5)

Union Grove picked up a win over Hampton last week but dropped a game to Jones County before returning home and downing Stockbridge. This weeks action finds Union Grove taking on Eagle’s Landing and Woodland on the road.

Woodland Lady Wolfpack (11-6, 6-1)

The Woodland Lady Wolfpack dropped a close game to Eagle’s Landing last week but the Lady Wolfpack still hang on in the region standings. This week finds Woodland facing Dutchtown and Union Grove.

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Graduated from South Carolina State University in 2015. Been with the Henry Herald and Clayton News in two capacities as a sports journalist and interim sports editor.

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