» * Savannah Morning News, Thursday, March 2, 1995 - 3D
Lady Cavs hoping Windsor excited about
for healthy Logan return to state tourney
By GEOFF NEVILLE it takes to win."
By GEOFF NEVILLE StaH Writer Building confidence has been one
Tourney schedule of the biggest factors in Windsor's
State Basketball Tournaments
At least there is one person from success during the second half of the
When the Class A South Regional South Regional* Windsor Forest who won't claim to- season. The Knights, with a strong
(Saturday winners advance to state sem- day's South Regional boys basket-
girls basketball tournament begins is) perimeter game led by sophomore
today, Calvary Baptist'? footing will Clots AAAA Boys
ball tournament game as a new ex- wing Arkee Thompson and senior
stand on the healthy ankle of 6-foot-l At Albany Civic Center perience. — point guard 'Jason Redmond, beat
center Terri Logan. First Round The Knights, may be young, but preseason favorite Beach by 28
, Logan, who averages 18 points Today
4 p.m. - Statesboro vs. Warner Robins
coach Louis Jenkins is a postseason points late in £he season and
per game, twisted her ankle last 5:30 p.m. - Windsor Forest vs. SW Ma- veteran, having guided now-defunct knocked off the Bulldogs again dur-
week and is still receiving treatment 7 p.m. - Carver-Columbus vs.Tlft Coun- Richard Arnold to two state cham- ing the Region 3-AAAA (B) tourna-
as the Lady Cavs prepare to play ty
8:30 p.m. - Ware County vs. East Cowe-
pionships and five runner-up fin- ment.
Charlton County at 5 p.m. at Ware to .ishes before he moved on to Windsor "(The ,first victory against
Second Round Forest.
County High School in Waycross. Saturday Beach) was uplifting for us," Jen-
If the Lady Cavs win, they ad- 5:30 P.m..— Ware Co.-East Coweta win-,
ner vs. SW Macon-Wlndsor winner • >'
.Windsor (20-'ll), the Region 3- kins said. "From then on, we knew
vance to* Saturday's South Regional 6:30 p.m. — Corver-TIH Co. winner vs. AAAA runner-up, hasn't been to the we could win."
State$boro-W. Robins winner
second round against the winner of Class AAAA state tournament since SW. Macon (1?;9), one of the
today's Wrens-Pelham mdtchup. Class AAAA Girls
At Jones Co. H.S., Gray
1989, but returns today when the state's most storied programs,
A victory Saturday puts Calvary Knights play Southwest Macon at slipped to 4-20 last season before re-
First Round 5:30 p.m. at the Albany Civic Center.
in the Class A Final Four for the Friday covering quickly this year behind
f i r s t t\me.; . . . 4 p.m. -
Glynn Academy vs. Butler
- Statesboro vs. SW Macon
Statesboro, which defeated Windsor forwards Derrick Evans (12.7 ppg)
"(Logan) is doing OK," said Cal-_ 7 p.m. - East Coweto vs. Tlft County for the Region 3-AAAA crown, plays and Kijanna -Howard (11.3 ppg).
8:30 P.m. — Lowndes vs. Troop
vary coach Graham Lowe, whose .» Second Round - Warner Robins at 4 p.m. Point guard Maurice Etheridge av-
team boasts a 25-4 record entering ' Saturday
'4 p.m. - Glynn Academy-Butler.winner
Today's winners advance to.Sat- erages 11 points for SW Macon,
•regional play. "She appears to be vs. E. Coweto-Tift Co. winner urday's second round, where Final which owns a size advantage over
healing well. She had had some trou-
7 p.m. -r Lowndes-Troup winner vs. SW
MacorvStatesboro Four berths will be determined. \yindsor Forest.
ble with her ankle before, and be- ' Class AAA Boys
"Everybody feels good and we're 1 • Statesboro, making its 'eighth
cause of that her ankle was already , At Albany Civic Center , excited about this,y Jenkins said. consecutive South Regional appear-'
loose. So it has healed more' quick- First Round "When you get to 'this point, you .ance, meets a 15-11 Warner Robins
\iy-" " .-', /•.-••/'. .-.- • •
4 p.m. -
•' Friday ' .
Kendriek vs. Crisp County -'
have to. be mentally and physically club that peaked during the playoffs.
Logan's health is imperative to 5:30 P.m. - Wayne County vs. Columbus ready. This is sudden, death - Warner Robins, in the state tour-
7 p.m. - Westside vs. West over
Calvary's success against a Charl- 8r30 p.m. — Monroe vs. Jpsev' Flit Photo you've got to win, so you get into ney for the first time since 1985, has
ton. County squad that lost to Echols . .Second Round
• •> Saturday • ' • DRIVE: Windsor Forest's Jason Redmond drives to the basket in that frame of mind where you have a legitimate outside shooting threat
^County 75-62 in last week's Region 2- 4 p.m. — Westside-Westover winner vs. to play a little harder and dedicate in senior CedricS Rogers (48 3-point-
Kendrick-Crisp Co. winner ' .. • Region 3-AAAA tournament against Statesboro yourself to helping'the team do what ers this season).
A championship. TJie Lady Cavs, de- 7 p.m. — Monroe-Josev winner vs.
•'Wayne Co.-Columbus winner
. • .. T ;
" i • • . ' • *•'
spite Logan playing at less than 100
percent^defeated Savannah Country Class AAA Girls
. • • At Jones Co. M.S., Gray
Day 5647 in the Region 3-A final 1 FlrstRound
'Logan scored 17 points against. Today
SCO,'but Calvary was led by Erica . 4 p.m. - Kendriek vs. Peach County
5:30 p.m. - Dublin vs. Spencer
Wittish, who tallied 18 points. 7 p.m. — taney vs. Thomasville
8:30 p.m. - Dougherty vs. Hephtfbah
Wittish, a 5-foot-ll senior who aver- Second Round
ages 12 points per contest, joins Lo- Saturday -•
. 5:30 p.m. — Laney-thomasvllle winner
, gan to give the Lady. Cavs a formi- vs. Kendrleft-Peach Co. winner
8:30 p.m. - Douoherly-Hephzlbah win-
dable inside combination. ner vs. Dublln-Speneer winner r.
"We've got some scouting reports , •', Class.AABoys .
(on .Charlton County)," Lowe said,, . . At Mocon Coliseum
"They like to run and score a lot of • ., - • First Round •.---'
. • • Today
points. Hopefully, they Won't score 4 p.m. - Sereven county vs. Dodee .
62 points like they did in the region. County ' .
5:30 p.m. - Swainsbora vs. Perrv
Naturally, we Ihink we. win our 7 p.m. .-<• Washington County vs. Trl-
County . . •
games by playing defense.'' 8:30 P.m. - Randolph-Clay vs. Wllkln.-
son County •
•Country Day's first-round bppo* . * Second Round
Saturday ' .
jient is Region 2-A champion Echols •5:30 p.m. — Dodge Co.-Sereven Co. win-
/County, which has been ranked v ner: vs. Washington Co.-Trl Co. winner,
8:30 p.m. — Swalnsboro-Perry winner
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the state top 10 most of the seasprT vs. Randolph-Clay-Wilkinson Co. winner
The Lady Wildcats, a Final Four Class AA Girls
qualifier last season, are paced by 5- . At Macon Coliseum ;
foot-11 .point guard Sabrina Wal- First Round
thourj who will be matched up much t p.m. -Dodge County vs. Pierce Coun-
of the game against SCD guard Sa- ty
5:30 P.m. - Jell Davis vs. Perrv
rah Wood (15 points per game). 7 p.m. - Hancock Central vs. Amerlcus
8:30 P.m.— Randolph-Clay vs. Washing-'
. With a victory, SCD, also seeking ton County • - ' •i '
its first Final Four appearance, Second Round
would play the winner of today's 4 p.m. — Hancock Ceni.-Amerlcus win-
ner vs. Dodge Ca-Plerce Co. winner
Seminole County-Putnam County 7 p.m. — Jeff Davis-Perry .winner vs.
game in Saturday's second round. Randolph-Oay-Washlngton Co. winner
"We're definitely going to have to ' . cTass A Boys
play-well," said SCD coachvMal , At Ware Co. H.S., Waycross
White. "(Echols) has a strong point ' '
guard, just like we do, and they have 4 p.m. - Long County vs. Lanier t^unty
5:30 P.m. - Treutlen vs. Atkinson Coun-
two good perimeter shooters, just ty .
like we do. If there's an advantage 7 p.m. - East Laurens. vs. Calhoun
to be had, it should be with .the pivot 8:30 p.m. — Terrell County vs. Twlggs
County • , : . Most
play and who can establish an inside Second Round ; -
game. "The perimeter game looks Saturday'"
5:30 p.m. — Terrell Co.-Twfggs Co. win-
pretty even." ', . ner vs, Atkinson Co.-Treutlen winner
Country Day's.top inside player 8:30 p.m. — E. Laurens-Calhoun Co. win-
ner vs. Long Co.-Lanler Co. winner
is 5-foot-l 1 senior SafahuHolliday. Class A Girls
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