LILBURN - Alex Winchell scored 26 points for South Gwinnett to help beat Berkmar 82-42 on Saturday.
Antoinette Howard and Mandi Dadish each scored 21 points for South. Gaby Harvey scored 17 points for Berkmar. South's record is now 16-2 overall and 7-0 in region.
Berkmar moves to 16-2 overall and 6-1 in region.
SNELLVILLE - Jasmine Stovall scored 18 points to help Central Gwinnett defeat Shiloh 64-54 on Saturday.
Shawna Land had 17 points and Katie Bender added 12 points for Shiloh as it improves its record to 11-5 overall and 4-3 in region.
GRAYSON - Jessika Crews scored 15 points to help Grayson slip past Meadowcreek 42-38 on Saturday.
Genea Williams scored 16 points for Meadowcreek. Grayson is now 2-16 overall and 1-6 in region.
Dawson County 32
DULUTH - Camille Torres scored 14 points to help Duluth top Dawson County 56-32.
Ravven Brown added 10 points for Duluth. Katelyn Westbrooke scored 13 points for Dawson County.
Duluth's overall record is now 14-5 and 7-4 in region.
North Hall 52, Buford 42
GAINESVILLE - Kelly Tucker scored 10 points for Buford despite her Wolves losing to North Hall 52-42.
Michelle Godwin scored nine points for Buford as its record fell to 9-8.
Hebron 49, Jefferson 36
DACULA - Meredith Montgomery scored 19 points to help Hebron top Jefferson 49-36 on Saturday.
Britt Pecht had 10 points and 11 rebounds while Rachael Duval had six points and 10 rebounds.
Greater Gwinnett Christian 39,
Bereau Christian 35
CHATTANOOGA - Michelle Smith had 20 points, nine blocks and six steals to help Greater Gwinnett Christian top Bereau Christian 39-35 on Saturday to claim the Hamilton Heights Tournament Championship.
Smith was named tournament MVP while Nichole Bramlett and Diamond Smith were named to the All-Tournament team.
GGC is now 9-13.
LILBURN - Yaw Gyawu scored 21 points to help Parkview down Brookwood 57-50 on Saturday.
Travis Allison scored 14 points for Parkview as its record improves to 13-5. Brookwood's Nate Hamilton led the Broncos with 14 points.
Central 78, Shiloh 65
LAWRENCEVILLE - Richard Howell scored 31 points to help Central Gwinnett beat Shiloh 78-65.
Bryce Smith added 19 points for Central as its record improves to 9-7 overall and 4-3 in region. Matt Kuglin scored 18 for Shiloh.
Dawson County 55,
DULUTH - Mark Graves scored 17 points to help Dawson County beat Duluth 55-50 on Saturday.
Greg Carson scored 19 for Duluth while Armand Tatum added 10.
Buford 66, North Hall 63
GAINESVILLE - Twoey Hosch scored 16 points to help lead Buford over North Hall 66-63 and improve its record 16-1.
Terrance Birdette scored 13 points for Buford.
GRAYSON - Antoine Bolden scored 16 points to help Meadowcreek top Grayson 72-57 Saturday night.
Teondre Williams scored 13 points while Chris Allen had 12 for Meadowcreek. Shawn Bozier added 10 as Meadowcreek's overall record improves to 16-2.
Quanterus Smith scored 19 points for Grayson.
Jefferson 55, Hebron 35
DACULA - James Floyd had 19 points and four rebounds for Hebron in its 55-35 loss to Jefferson.
Ben Cohen had 10 points and six rebounds for Hebron as its record is now 6-9.
Loganville 66, Apalachee 58
WINDER - Clivins Volcy scored 20 points to help Loganville top Apalachee 66-58.
Devise Blount added 16 points for Loganville as its record improves to 14-5.
Dwight Ashe scored 15 points while Chaun Gresham had 14 for Apalachee. P.J. Hollings scored 10 points for Apalachee as its record falls to 8-11.
Greater Gwinnett Christian 54,
Hamilton Heights 47
CHATTANOOGA - Joe Ragusa had 15 points and four steals to help Greater Gwinnett Christian top Hamilton Heights (Tenn.) 54-47 to win the Hamilton Height tournament on Saturday.
J.D. Davis scored 14 points while Jared Martz had 11 points and seven rebounds for GGC. Ragusa and Davis were named to the All-Tournament team while Edward Jackson was tournament MVP. GGC is now 19-5.
-Compiled by Kate Awtrey
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