Cass head coach Greg Scott said he is making preparation for Saturday's game as close to normal as possible.
Cartersville head coach Donna Enis said she, too, is following routines closely for her team's Friday tip off at 6 p.m.
"The girls were teasing me today about being too superstitious," she said. "They said they didn't have even have to look to see who the team captains would be."
She said it's the same two used Friday night, when Cartersville won.
The Lady Purple Hurricanes, after finishing second in the Region 7-AAA tournament held over the weekend in Dalton, get the first crack at advancing in the state playoffs when they host Stone Mountain.
Tipoff is at 6 p.m. at the Cartersville High gymnasium. Tickets, whose prices are set by the Georgia High School Association, are $7.
The coach said wants the Purple Hurricane Nation to turn out for the game at the school gym, which seats 1,500.
"I hope we about fill it," she said. "A large crowd would really help our girls."
The Lady Purple Hurricanes should be rested, having shot around on Monday and spent much of Tuesday watching game film.
"We'll practice today and Thursday," she added.
Cartersville bowed to Dalton High, 54-51, Saturday night. It advanced to the region championship game with a 48-44 defeat of Allatoona the previous night.
A victory Friday would pit them against the winner of the LaGrange High/Chestatee game on Tuesday. Should LaGrange win, the Lady Canes would travel to that city, but it would host Chestatee should it win.
Cass, the No. 3 seed out of Region 7-AAAA, will play Chapel Hill in that Douglas County school's gymnasium on Saturday night. Tipoff is at 7 p.m.
Coach Scott said the school plans to take Colonel fans to that game in a fan bus that will leave the school parking lot around 5:15 p.m.
"We hope that bus is packed," he said. "If we fill up the bus I think we can get another one."
He said the team should be rested.
"We took off Monday and looked at film today," he said. "We will practice today, Thursday and Friday."
The winner plays Wednesday, March 2, against Rockdale County or Chamblee.
Cass fell to Chattahoochee Friday, 48-47. It took the region's No. 3 seed with a 67-56 victory over Creekview.