Most Columbia County basketball teams experienced a rough weekend as they head toward their region tournaments.
Greenbrier High School's girls lost to Richmond Academy 62-60. The loss was the Wolfpack's second consecutive after winning 49 regular-season games.
Coach Garrett Black's team can still earn a coin flip with Statesboro for the No. 1 seed in the Region 3-AAAA tournament if it beats Lakeside and ARC beats Statesboro to end the regular season.
"I don't even think we can do that, the way we're playing," Greenbrier coach Garrett Black said.
Harlem's girls lost on the road and Evans boys dropped a second consecutive region game.
Other weekend games:
Cross Creek 61, Harlem 48
at Cross Creek
Ebony Wells and Nicole Wells each scored 17 points, but the Bulldogs dropped their second-to-last regular season game. Harlem finished the regular season Tuesday at Glenn Hills.
Heathwood Hall 61, Augusta Christian 54
at Heathwood Hall
Augusta Christian dropped to 17-6 on the season with a loss to Heathwood Hall on Friday. Tyler Bourdo led the Lions with 26 points, including three 3-pointers.
Statesboro 56, Evans 39
The Knights dropped their second consecutive Region 3-AAAA game since beating rival Greenbrier on Jan. 25.
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