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Prep Roundup: Hamilton's 18 leads Broncos to win in season opener

SNELLVILLE - Nate Hamilton's 18 points led Brookwood past Heritage 76-57 in the Broncos' season opener on Tuesday night.

Sean Johnson added 13 points for Brookwood.

BASKETBALL

BOYS

GAC 59, Walker 55

NORCROSS - Taylor Wood scored 20 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for Greater Atlanta Christian in a 59-55 win over Walker on Tuesday.

Brett Johnson scored 15 points while Chase Hudson added 11 for GAC (5-1).

North 68, Collins Hill 53

SUWANEE - Ebuka Anyaorah scored 27 points for North Gwinnett as it defeated Collins Hill 68-53 on Tuesday. The Bulldogs are 5-1.

Adam Demuyakor scored 13 points for North while Drew Jackson added 12. Josh Chase scored 16 points for Collins Hill.

Norcross 68,

Forsyth Central 28

CUMMING - Gani Lawal scored 15 points for Norcross as it topped Forsyth Central 68-28 Tuesday.

Denzail Jones scored 12 points while Jordan DeMercy added 10 points for Norcross to improve its record to 3-0.

Buford 60, Lovett 58

BUFORD - Terrance Birdette scored 20 points for Buford to help it sneak past Lovett 60-58 on Tuesday.

John Overton had 10 points while T.J. Flowers added eight for Buford (2-0).

Mill Creek 55,

North Forsyth 29

HOSCHTON - Jermaine Jackson scored 17 points for Mill Creek to help top North Forsyth 55-29 on Tuesday.

Spencer Gay added 10 points as Mill Creek improves its record to 4-3 overall.

Meadowcreek 80,

Whitfield 78

NORCROSS - Chris Allen scored 26 points for Meadowcreek to defeat Whitfield 80-78 on Tuesday night.

Antoine Bolden added 22 points for Meadowcreek (3-1).

Lakeview 74, Hebron 42

GAINESVILLE - David Pruett led Lakeview Academy with 19 points in a 74-42 win over Hebron on Tuesday.

Zach Buckner added 12 points for Lakeview (4-2). Ben Cohen scored 12 points and had five rebounds while James Floyd had 11 points and five rebounds for Hebron.

Covenant Christian 73, Westminster 54

GAINESVILLE - Jason Gresham led Covenant Christian with 28 points to help top Westminster 73-54 on Tuesday.

Jesse Seidel had 11 points while John Hunnicutt added 10 for Covenant Christian to improve its record to 4-2.

Greater Gwinnett 88,

Mt. Vernon 60

STOCKBRIDGE - J.D. David scored 27 points for Greater Gwinnett to help top Mt. Vernon 88-60 on Tuesday night.

Joe Ragusa added 19 points and Greater Gwinnett's record moves to 7-2 overall.

GIRLS

GAC 71, Walker 25

NORCROSS - D'Nay Daniels scored 14 points to help Greater Atlanta Christian top Walker 71-25 on Tuesday.

Briana Jordan scored nine points and had four steals while Kiara Swanier had seven points. GAC's record improves to 6-0.

Brookwood 62, Heritage 35

SNELLVILLE - Chioma Okoli led Brookwood with 18 points as it defeated Heritage 62-35 on Tuesday.

With the win, the Broncos are now 4-0.

Collins Hill 81, North 52

SUWANEE - Maya Moore led Collins Hill with 21 points as it rolled past North Gwinnett 81-52 on Tuesday.

Jordan Jones added 19 points for the Eagles (4-0). Stephanie Wheeler scored 14 points for North Gwinnett.

Berkmar 35,

Chattahoochee 33

ALPHARETTA - Gabby Harvey scored 11 points on Tuesday to help Berkmar top Chattahoochee 35-33 and improve its record to 6-0.

Whitfield 55,

Meadowcreek 53

NORCROSS - Brooke Wigfall had 26 points, eight assists and four steals for Meadowcreek in a 55-53 loss to Whitfield on Tuesday.

Genea Williams scored 11 points and eight assists for Meadowcreek while Tess Hankey had 18 points for Whitfield. Meadowcreek's record falls to 1-4.

Norcross 52,

Forsyth Central 44

CUMMING - Tiffany Clarke scored 20 points and had 18 rebounds for Norcross as it defeated Forsyth Central 52-44 Tuesday.

Nicole Jones had added 10 points for Norcross.

Mill Creek 48,

North Forsyth 31

HOSCHTON - Whitney Smith led Mill Creek with 15 points in a 48-31 win over North Forsyth on Tuesday.

Porsha Porter added 10 points to help Mill Creek improve its overall record to 6-1.

Lakeview 46, Hebron 32

GAINESVILLE - Courtney Odum scored 10 points for Hebron, but it fell to Lakeview Academy 46-32 on Tuesday night.

Lizzie Cohen added six points and 10 rebounds for Hebron (3-1). Nadia Muhama and Lydiann Jacobs each scored 11 points for Lakeview.

Greater Gwinnett 48,

Mt. Vernon 16

STOCKBRIDGE - Michelle Smith scored 25 points to help lead Greater Gwinnett to a 48-16 win over Mt. Vernon.

Sarah Janocha had nine rebounds for Greater

Gwinnett (4-5).

WRESTLING

GAC splits

BOGART - Greater Atlanta Christian topped North Oconee 40-24 but lost to Baldwin 36-33 on Tuesday.

Chip Glaser (103), Locke Hoover (103), Travis Elrod (112), Ben Golden (125), Mason Deal (130), Alex Davis (135) and Christian Fretz (140) each recorded a pin.

GAC is is now 9-2.

Meadowcreek tops

Norcross

NORCROSS - Meadowcreek improved to 3-0 on the season after Monday's 54-36 win over Norcross.

Avery Yarbrough (275), Justin Morris (215), Brandon Moore (189), Jalanni James (140) and Ishmael Cevantes (125) all won by pins. It took Moore 41 seconds to record his pin.

SWIMMING

Mill Creek swim teams sweep Collins Hill

The Mill Creek swim teams both beat Collins Hill on Saturday, with the girls winning 186-126 and the boys winning 165-145.

Individual winners for the Mill Creek girls were: Sara Akoubian (100 breast), Jordan Evans (200 IM, 100 Fly), Caroline Roloff (50 and 100 free) and Stephanie Doran (100 back).

Akoubian, who set a school record in the 100 breast, also teamed up with Doran, Evans and Roloff to win the 200 Medley Relay. Samantha Akoubian, Elizabeth Todd, Caitlin Munro and Marlie Creed teamed up to win the 200 free relay and Roloff, Creed, Doran and Evans won the 400 free relay.

Individual winners for the Mill Creek boys were: Kevin Doran (500 free), David Dudley (100 back), Julian Wynter-Anderson (100 breast) and Matt Turnblom, who set a new school record in the 100 fly. Dudley, Turnblom, Tom White and John Petronaci won the 200 Medley relay and Doran, Petronaci, Wynter-Anderson and Parker Schwab teamed up to win the 400 free relay.

- Compiled by Kate Awtrey

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