Prep Roundup: Wiedeman explodes for 30 in Spartans' victory

AVONDALE - Trent Wiedeman led the Spartans with 30 points and 16 rebounds to help Greater Atlanta Christian beat Avondale 76-50 on Friday.

Elie Haynes contributed 12 points and four rebounds and Bo Herbert scored 11 points and had seven rebounds. Taylor Metzger had five assists for GAC (17-3).


Peachtree Ridge 61, Chattahoochee 47

SUWANEE - Peachtree Ridge took a 61-47 win over Chattahoochee on Friday.

Khalid Mutakabbir led with 22 points and Corey Blackwell scored 20 for Peachtree Ridge (14-6).

Duluth 59, South Forsyth 55 OT

DULUTH - Caesar Anyogu scored 13 points for Duluth as the Wildcats beat South Forsyth 59-55 in overtime.

Armand Tatum contributed 12 points and Haasan Nichols added 11 points for Duluth (7-14).

Dacula 63, Grayson 54

GRAYSON - Brian Cole scored 20 points to lead Dacula past Grayson 63-54 on Friday.

Matt Marseille scored 13 points and Darius Holloway added 11 points for Dacula (12-7).

Ben Loudermilk scored 16 points for Grayson.

Wesleyan 80, Fellowship 65

NORCROSS - Wes Caver scored 23 points for Wesleyan, as the Wolves topped Fellowship Christian 80-65 on Friday.

Shane Smith scored 17 points, Andrew Frerking contributed 15 points and Griffin Schamp chipped in 11 points for Wesleyan (14-7).

Athens Academy 63, Hebron 51

ATHENS - Shawn Gibbs led with 23 points and 10 rebounds for Hebron, but the Lions fell to Athens Academy 63-51 on Friday.

Anthony Stewart contributed nine points and nine rebounds for Hebron (5-13).

Apalachee 55, Habersham Central 54

WINDER - Senior Dillon Moon scored the game-winning basket with six seconds to go, as Apalachee beat Habersham Central 55-54 at Senior Night on Friday.

Chaun Gresham led with 19 points, 12 rebounds, five steals and four blocks and John Ansley scored 12 points for Apalachee (11-10).

Providence 44, Mt. Pisgah 43

ALPHARETTA - Ryan McClanahan scored 21 points including the game-winning free throw, as Providence took a 44-43 win over Mt. Pisgah.

Westley Hinton added 11 for Mt. Pisgah (13-7).


Duluth 66, South Forsyth 41

DULUTH - Alex Shaw scored 12 points to help Duluth beat South Forsyth 66-41 on Friday.

Daphne Adebayo contributed 11 and Tarlesha Boles added nine points for Duluth (16-5).

North 45, Northview 28

SUWANEE - Annie Wheeler and Stephanie Wheeler each scored 17 points to help North Gwinnett (14-7) take a 45-28 win over Northview on Friday.

Parkview 46, Shiloh 27

SNELLVILLE - Parkview remains undefeated after beating Shiloh 46-27 on Friday.

Morgan Mitchell scored 10 points for the Panthers (20-0). Mandela Ray and Jainee Robinson each scored seven for Shiloh (10-11).

Dacula 56, Grayson 55

GRAYSON - Paige Carver led Dacula with 18 points, to help the Falcons inch past Grayson 56-55 on Friday.

China Vinson added 13 points for Dacula and Marren Schwartz scored seven points and had 17 rebounds. Taren White scored 15 points and Anna LaCavara scored 14, while Erika Joseph added 11 for Grayson.

GAC 69, Avondale 13

AVONDALE - Chaney Means led Greater Atlanta Christian with 14 points, as the Spartans took a 69-13 victory over Avondale on Friday.

Sierra Lawrence scored 13 points and Christine Young added 12 for GAC (14-6).

Buford 68, Westminster 26

BUFORD - Blanche Alverson led Buford with 14 points to help the Wolves (17-1) top Westminster 68-26 on Friday.

Athens Academy 54, Hebron 44

ATHENS - Mindy Montgomery scored 26 points but Hebron fell to Athens Academy 54-44 on Friday.

Wesleyan 82, Fellowship Christian 20

NORCROSS - Erin Hall led the Wolves with 19 points to help Wesleyan (18-3) defeat Fellowship Christian 82-20 on Friday.

Providence 44, Mt. Pisgah 27

LILBURN - Providence took a 44-27 win over Mt. Pisgah on Friday.

Maggie Brown scored 14 points and Amelia Allen added 13 points for Providence (13-7).

Loganville 72, Monroe 46

LOGANVILLE - Tiana Small scored 12 points to help Loganville (16-7) beat Monroe 72-46 on Friday.

- Compiled by Kate Awtrey

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