The girls fell to 13-6 (0-4) with a 56-31 loss despite a 24-point outing by Madeleine Harrer.
The boys, plagued with a few key injuries, fell 50-41. Center Chase Flowers remained inactive with a knee injury and guard Jacob Sloan left in the third quarter with a sore thigh.
“I thought, overall, we played well considering they are the No. 3 team in the state,” boys coach Brad Piazza said.
The girls head into next week’s 1-AA Tournament with momentum after Friday’s 44-31 win. The Lady Bulldogs are amid a three-way tie for second place (16-9, 7-5).
The boys piggybacked with a 51-43 win, which also gives them a 7-5 record in the region.
“The kids grew a lot tonight,” boys coach Ben Tillman said. “You want to have momentum any time you’re going into a region tournament.”
The girls woes continued on Friday with a 56-54 buzzer-beater loss, which drops them to 5-20 this year.
The boys had not finished at press time.