NORCROSS - Wesleyan girls basketball standout Anne Marie Armstrong scored her 2,000th career point in Saturday's 68-53 win over Gainesville.
The Georgia signee had 17 points and five assists to reach the 2,000 points milestone.
Armstrong, who was the Daily Post's Player of the Year last season, is the second Wesleyan player to reach 2,000 career points. Nikki Luckhurst was the first Wolf to accomplish the feat.
Erin Hall and Logan Morris each had 12 points in the win, while Chantel Kennedy added 10 points, nine rebounds and five assists for the Wolves (17-3).
South Gwinnett 56, Whitewater 27
SNELLVILLE - Octavia Daye scored 13 points to lead South Gwinnett past Whitewater 56-27 on Saturday.
Toya Laing added nine points for the Comets (10-9).
Loganville 85, Cedar Shoals 60
ATHENS - Loganville had three players score 20 or more points in Saturday's 85-60 win over Cedar Shoals.
Enisha Donley led the way with 22 points, Gia Banks had 21 and Tiana Small scored 20 for the Red Devils (15-6).
Wesleyan 54, Gainesville 52
NORCROSS - Wesleyan lost to Gainesville 54-52 in overtime on Saturday.
Griffin Schamp scored 25 points for the Wolves (13-7).
Eagles dominate Sham Slam
MT. AIRY - A week after dominating the Class AAAAA dual state tournament, Collins Hill did the same in the traditional format at the Sham Slam at Habersham Central.
The Eagles had eight tournament champions and finished with 335 points to claim the team title. Jefferson, which won the Class AA dual state title last week, was second (211) and Class AAA state champ Lafayette was third (192).
Bazell Partridge (103 pounds), T.J. Mitchell (119), John Allgood (125), Allen Willard (130), Joel Smith (140), Taylor Knapp (152), Nick Holbert (171) and C.J. Collins (215) were tournament champions for the Eagles. Mitchell was named most outstanding lightweight wrestler and Knapp was the most outstanding middleweight wrestler.
Caleb Sawchuk (112), Danny Wheeler (135) and Gary Tiller (160) placed second.
Mac Bennett (189) was third, Sam Hoppenbrouwer (145) was fourth and Thomas DeLain (285) was fifth.
Parkview places third at North Metro
SNELLVILLE - Parkview had six wrestlers place in the top four as the Panthers finished third at the North Metro Tournament at Brookwood.
Union Grove won the tournament with 202 points, Fayette County was second (119.5), Parkview was third (119) and Centennial was fourth (101.5).
Clint Jones (119) and Jesse Forte (160) placed second, Quade Sewell (125) and Alex Hillis (135) were third and Caleb Whitworth (171) and Matt Elakatt (285) were fourth.
Grayson's George, Ardilla claim North Metro titles
SNELLVILLE - Grayson's Zach George and Paul Ardilla won their weight classes at the North Metro Tournament on Saturday at Brookwood.
The Rams' Nick Isburgh was fourth at 119 pounds and the team finished seventh out of 22 teams.
Gwinnett wrestlers shine at North Metro
SNELLVILLE - Brookwood's Sean Thomas won the 103-pound weight class and Joe Epps won the 130-pound title and was named most outstanding lightweight wrestler at the North Metro Tournament on Saturday.
Mill Creek's Josh Harrison (125) placed second, Central's Jacob Aiken-Phillips (285) was third and Berkmar's Landon Dao (103) and Bobby Harris (189) were fourth.
Bufrod's Billy Anderton (135), Nick Voss (145) and Scottie Forrester (152) placed second. Sterling Bell (160) was fourth.
Dacula finishes third at Titan Cup
ROSWELL - Brandon Bullock and Noah Hunt won their weight classes as Dacula took third at the Titan Cup hosted by Blessed Trinity on Saturday.
Bullock won the 103-pound weight class, while Hunt major decisioned defending state champion Matt Hines from Lovett in the 119-pound finals.
Bryson Turner (215) was second, Zeke Hunt (152) was third, James Butler (285) was fourth and Vitaliy Yarmurity (135) was fifth.
North Forstyh won the tournament, Lovett was second and Marist was fourth.
Wesleyan's Genthert wins North Metro
SNELLVILLE - Wesleyan's Colin Genthert won all seven of his matches by pin on his way to the 160-pound title at the North Metro Tournament at Brookwood on Saturday.
The Wolves' Michael Douglas (189), Cole Watson (189) and Josh Tolman (140) took second place.
Wesleyan placed fifth as a team in the tournament.