Strong Rock 38, Trinity Christian 30:The Lady Lions got off to a strong start with a 13-7 lead after one quarter before host Strong Rock came alive.
Trinity saw its early advantage shrink to 18-14 at halftime before the Lady Patriots made their move while scoring 11 points in the third and 13 in the fourth.
Notre Dame Academy 30, Heritage School 27:The Lady Hawks were unable to overcome offensive struggles in the first half that included facing an 8-2 deficit at the end of the opening quarter.
Pebblebrook 47, Newnan 30: On the road, the Lady Cougars stayed within range in the opening quarter, trailing 7-5 heading into the second period.
But host Pebblebrook used a 17-7 run before halftime and slowly pulled away while improving to 17-3 overall and 6-1 in Region 2-7A to stay one game behind undefeated Westlake.
Sophomore K.K. Madrey had eight points to go with 11 rebounds for the Lady Cougars while freshman Ashira Brown added six. Newnan struggled from behind the arc, connecting on just 2 of their 22 opportunities.
Senior Noelle Butts finished with a team-high 13 rebounds for Newnan (6-14, 1-6).
Westlake 84, East Coweta 24:There was no slowing down unbeaten and No. 1 ranked Westlake for the Lady Indians, who got off to a slow start and never recovered.
The Lady Lions (18-0, 6-0) jumped out on a 25-4 run and continued to push its lead to 49-16 at halftime and 71-22 after three quarters.
Junior Carylse Hooks led four Westlake players in double figures with a game-high 21 points. Sophomore Raven Johnson added 17 while sophomore Olympia Chaney and junior Lydia Freeman added 11 and 10, respectively.
Alexander 58, Northgate 21: On the road, the Lady Vikings hung tough before halftime, going to the break trailing 24-15 before a third-quarter meltdown.
Host Alexander outscored Northgate 22-1 in the period and never looked back while improving to 14-8 overall and 9-5 in Region 5-6A.
The Lady Vikings fell to 4-12 overall and 1-9 in the region.
A 12-4 run by Heritage in the third, however, put the team back on top briefly 18-17 heading into the final period only to have Notre Dame put together its best eight-minute stretch offensively to close out the victory.