The Warriors recorded sweeps on back-to-back days, taking four games from Glennville on Saturday.
The girls made it look easy, winning 57-15. Junior Annalisa McCarty, who scored a career-high 38 on Friday to top 1,000 points, picked up 13 in limit duty, while Gabby Sermans led the Warriors (9-2) with 15 points.
The boys received a strong performance from its usual trio of C.J. Fouraker, Michael Kinchen and Tyler Woods to win 51-41. Fouraker's 15 topped his team, while Kinchen added 12 and Woods chipped in 10.
The junior varsity boys pulled out a 45-42 win behind 11 points from Paul Phillips.
The JV girls held Glennville to 19 points, winning 35-19. Alexa Trocinsky's 11 paced the Warriors.
No luck for Lowndes
Both LHS basketball teams still are winless in the region after Tift County won a pair of games on Saturday. The boys endured a heartbreaker, dropping a 58-57 decision to the defending region champs. The Blue Devils hit one of two free throws with less than five seconds to go up by four.
Brent Brock's 13 led all Vikings.
The Vikettes lost 59-45.
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