HOSCHTON - North Gwinnett had five players scored in double figures Tuesday night as the Bulldogs posted a 62-41 win over Mill Creek.
Kyle Branch led North (8-11, 5-7) with 12 points while Travis Techo and Conner Day added 11 points. Alex Tiller and Matt Walker each scored 10 points while the Bulldogs recorded 24 assists as a team, eight coming from Robert Nelson.
Mill Creek was led by a game-high 15 points from Kyle Speller.
Collins Hill 69, Chattahoochee 52
SUWANEE - Saah Nimley's 18 points Tuesday night led all players and guided Collins Hill to a 69-52 win over Chattahoochee.
Jeremy Olsen added 13 points as the Eagles improved to 15-5 overall and 9-4 in Region 7-AAAAA.
Dacula 69, Berkmar 62
DACULA - Dacula received 26 points from Matt Marseille on Tuesday as the Falcons upended Berkmar 69-62.
Brian Cole added 15 points for Dacula (11-7, 7-4) while Berkmar was led by Nick Henry's 20 points.
Brookwood 75, Parkview 56
LILBURN - Clint Cooper scored 22 points Tuesday in leading Brookwood past Parkview 75-56.
Chris Bolden added 17 points for the Broncos (14-6, 6-5) while Lavon Hooks chipped in 10 points.
Meadowcreek 64, Shiloh 49
NORCROSS - Thomas Hines of Meadowcreek was 6 of 10 on 3-pointers and finished with 23 points to help give the Mustangs (17-1, 10-1) a 64-49 win over Shiloh on Tuesday.
John Ruff added 12 points and 10 rebounds for Meadowcreek while Shiloh was led by 12 points from Jordan Gaither.
South 58, Central 56
LAWRENCEVILLE - Kevon Jenkins and Adonis Harrison each finished with 15 points Tuesday to help give South Gwinnett a 58-56 win over Central Gwinnett.
South improved to 16-5 overall and 9-2 in Region 8-AAAAA. Central (10-10, 4-7) was led by 13 points from Brian Williams and 12 points by Ayo Madamidola.
Monroe Area 61, Apalachee 55
WINDER - Monroe Area knocked off Apalachee 61-55 on Tuesday night.
Apalachee's Chaun Gresham, who finished with 28 points and 10 rebounds, set a career milestone with 1:52 left in the first quarter when he scored on an offensive rebound for his 1,000th career point. Dillon Moon also finished with 11 points for Apalachee (10-10, 4-2).
Buford 76, Cross Keys 52
ATLANTA - Buford improved to 5-3 in Region 6-AA on Tuesday by beating Cross Keys 76-52.
Ja'Kar Bridges led the Wolves (6-10 overall) with 19 points. T.J. Shipes added 13 points for Buford while Tyshawn Holley finished with 10.
Providence 65, Prince Avenue 23
LILBURN - Three Providence players scored in double digits Tuesday as the Stars beat Prince Avenue 65-23.
Leading Providence (12-7, 2-2) were Peter Hage with 14 points, Westley Hinton with 11 points and Dustin Henry with 10 points.
Lakeview 82, Hebron 45
GAINESVILLE - Lakeview Academy defeated Hebron 82-45 on Tuesday night.
Shawn Gibbs had a double-double for Hebron (5-12, 3-7) with 17 points and 10 rebounds while Anthony Stewart added 11 points.
Killian Hill 48, Mountain Area 43
LILBURN - Aaron Parks scored 14 points and Zach Brownfield added 12 more as Killian Hill knocked off Mountain Area 48-43 on Tuesday.
Killian Hill improved to 12-6 overall and 8-2 in GCAA Region 1-AA.
GAC 68, Blessed Trinity 50
NORCROSS - With Bill Burton still on the bench as an assistant to coach Chan Means, the Greater Atlanta Christian girls won their final game on the court that carries Burton's name. The Spartans forced 10 turnovers while jumping to a 16-1 lead and defeated visiting Blessed Trinity 68-50 on Tuesday. GAC now moves to its new Long Forum.
Clarke Boards led GAC with 13 points and nine steals. Chaney Means had 11 points and nine rebounds, while Chandler Alverson and Alex Stevens each scored 10 points.
GAC, ranked No. 8 in Class AA, improved to 8-1 in Region 6-AA and 13-6 overall. The Spartans led 16-3 after the first quarter, 36-13 at halftime and 57-33 going into the final quarter. Blessed Trinity fell to 10-0 overall and 6-3 in Region 6-AA.
Burton led GAC to girls state titles in the 1970s and 1980s.
Duluth 66, North Forsyth 47
CUMMING - Duluth improved to 15-5 overall and 10-3 in Region 7-AAAAA on Tuesday with its 66-47 win over North Forsyth.
Mykala Walker and Alex Shaw each scored 13 points to lead Duluth while Aliya Thomas added 11 points.
Mill Creek 48, North 32
HOSCHTON - Headed into the fourth quarter, Mill Creek trailed North Gwinnett by one point but outscored to Bulldogs 24-7 in the fourth quarter to post a 48-32 win on Tuesday night.
Moneshia Simmons led Mill Creek (16-3, 12-1) with 14 points, eight assists and seven rebounds. North received 11 points each from Stephanie Wheeler and Annie Wheeler.
Norcross 54, Peachtree Ridge 40
SUWANEE - Kayla Nolan and Tiffany Clarke each scored 14 as the third-ranked Norcross Blue Devils (15-4, 11-1) pulled away in the second half for the 54-40 Region 7-AAAAA win.
Peachtree Ridge (9-10, 5-8) got a game-high 24 points from Brittany Jack.
Berkmar 49, Dacula 34
DACULA - Berkmar received 15 points each from Tyra Smith and 12 more from Mariah Richardson on Tuesday as the Patriots topped Dacula 49-34. Ka'Vonne Towns also scored 10 for Berkmar (16-3, 9-1).
Dacula (2-8 in Region 8-AAAAA) was led by 13 points each from China Vinson and Marren Schwartz.
Shiloh 80, Meadowcreek 22
NORCROSS - Alyssa Aitken led all players with 19 points and 10 rebounds on Tuesday as Shiloh cruised to an 80-22 win over Meadowcreek.
The Generals (10-10, 6-4) also received 14 points from Paden Smith.
Buford 63, Cross Keys 19
ATLANTA - Buford cruised to a 63-19 win over Cross Keys on Tuesday night.
Shareese Williams scored 15 to lead the Wolves (16-1, 8-0) while Karley Fullem added 13 points.
Lakeview 63, Hebron 33
GAINESVILLE - Despite 17 points from Mindy Montgomery, Hebron fell 63-33 to Lakeview Academy on Tuesday night. The loss dropped the Lions to 5-12.
Prince Avenue 38, Providence 31
LILBURN - Providence suffered its first Region 7A-A loss on Tuesday night by falling 38-31 to Prince Avenue.
The Stars (12-7, 3-1) were led by 13 points from Amelia Allen and seven point from Julie Jordan.
Mill Creek 2, Milton 2
ALPHARETTA - Mill Creek battled Milton to a 2-2 tie in Georgia Student Hockey League ice hockey Sunday night.
The Hawks' club team got goals from Sean Lautzenhiser and David Kelley.
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