0

PREP ROUNDUP: South girls topple No. 1 Broncos

Photo by Brandon Brigman

Photo by Brandon Brigman

SNELLVILLE — South Gwinnett ended its regular season Friday night with a big win over Region 8-AAAAA rival Brookwood 67-63.

Tina Odume had a huge night for South (15-10, 12-4) with 33 points and 16 rebounds, while Kiara Baker added 12 points. South trailed by as many as 13 points in the second quarter.

Brookwood (22-2, 14-2) was led by 21 points each from Christina Paul and Jazmine Jackson.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Berkmar 48, Dacula 41

DACULA — Teanna Robinson of Berkmar grabbed 19 rebounds and put in 15 points Friday night to lead the Patriots 48-41 over Dacula in Region 8-AAAAA action.

Jazmine Green also had a strong game for Berkmar (17-8, 11-5) with 14 points and nine rebounds, while Kenisha Watkins chipped in with 12 points.

Dacula (5-20, 4-12) was led by nine points from Taryn Anthony.

Archer 58, Grayson 45

LOGANVILLE — Archer’s Kayla Rogers scored 15 points Friday night as the Tigers ended their regular season with a 58-45 win over Grayson in Region 8-AAAAA.

Morgan Jackson added 12 points for Grayson (8-17, 4-12), while Marissa Jordan and Alesha Mann each chipped in with eight points.

Grayson, which fell to 2-14 in the region, was led by a game-high 17 points from Shakeyla Carrington.

Mill Creek 64, Meadowcreek 37

NORCROSS — Mill Creek topped Meadowcreek 64-37 Friday night in a Region 7-AAAAA game.

Leading Mill Creek (13-12, 7-7) was Jasmine Carter with 19 points and 11 rebounds. Sierra Menzies added 12 points and four assists, while Alicia Brookins grabbed 12 rebounds.

Central 54, Shiloh 30

SNELLVILLE — Central Gwinnett concluded its regular season with a 54-30 win over Shiloh on Friday night in Region 8-AAAAA.

Nia Hardy of Central (11-12, 9-7) led all players with 14 points, while Bri Hampton hit three 3-pointers to finish with nine points.

Duluth 76, Mountain View 35

DULUTH — Three Duluth seniors came up big on senior night as the Wildcats topped Mountain View 76-35 Friday night in Region 7-AAAAA.

Aliya Thomas canned seven 3-pointers and finished with 25 points to lead Duluth (15-10, 9-5) in scoring. Kayla Nolan contributed nine points, five rebounds and four assists, while Tarlesha Boles had 10 rebounds to go along with four points.

Buford 67, Avondale 28

AVONDALE ESTATES — Buford improved to 20-3 Friday night as the Wolves rolled to a 67-28 win over Avondale.

Andraya Carter went 6-for-7 on 3-pointers and finished with 22 points in leading Buford, while Constance Harrison chipped in with 12 points. The win improved Buford’s subregion 6A-AA record to 8-1.

GAC 69, Cross Keys 8

ATLANTA — Eleven different players scored for Greater Atlanta Christian on Friday as the Spartans trounced Cross Keys 69-8.

Two Spartans (19-6,15-1) made it to double figures in points, getting 11 from Shannon Cranshaw and 10 from Sydni Means.

Wesleyan 77, Pinecrest 21

CUMMING — Wesleyan’s Grace Leah Baughn scored 15 points Friday night as the Wolves cruised to a 77-21 win over Pinecrest Academy in Region 5B-A.

Taylor Blackmon and Holli Wilkins each added 10 points for Wesleyan (23-2, 8-0). The win was Wesleyan’s 13th in a row.

Providence 45, Mt. Pisgah 27

JOHNS CREEK — Stephanie Cailor scored 12 points and Jesse Kowalewicz added 10 more on Friday to help Providence down Mount Pisgah 45-27.

The win improved the Stars to 13-11 overall and 4-3 in subregion 5B-A.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Meadowcreek 46, Mill Creek 43

NORCROSS — Anthony Robinson of Meadowcreek hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to lift the Mustangs 46-43 over Mill Creek in a Region 7-AAAAA game.

Troidell Carter led Meadowcreek (9-16, 6-8) in scoring with 11 points, while Deondre Lucas finished with nine points. Ron Wamer of Mill Creek scored 12 to lead all players.

South 56, Broowkood 53

SNELLVILLE — Ashanti Day scored 16 points Friday night as South Gwinnett outlasted Brookwood 56-53 in Region 8-AAAAA,

Logan Adams and Qiydar Davis each added 15 points for South.

Berkmar 59, Dacula 45

DACULA — Yonel Brown scored 25 points Friday night to propel Berkmar to a 59-45 win over Dacula in Region 8-AAAAA.

Brandon Thompson also scored 15 for Berkmar (17-7, 11-5). Dacula (13-10, 9-7) was led by 14 points from Dexter Walker and 12 points from Anthony Morse.

Duluth 73, Mountain View 63

DULUTH — Avonte Hall hit six 3-pointers Friday night as he poured in 30 points to lead Duluth to a 73-63 win over Mountain View in Region 7-AAAAA.

Zane Cobb added 12 points for Duluth (5-20, 2-12), while Mountain View was led by 20 points from Troy Taylor and 10 points from Caleb Grant.

Archer 76, Grayson 55

LOGANVILLE — Grayson had four players hit for double digits in points, led by 16 from Bryan Hamlet, as the Tigers topped Grayson 76-55 Friday night in Region 8-AAAAA.

Dinesh Brown and Tramique Anderson each added 15 points for Grayson (10-15), while Jermaine Morris chipped in 10 points.

Kenny Lockett scored 14 to lead Grayson.

Buford 63, Avondale 46

AVONDALE ESTATES — Buford had three players score in double figures, led by 12 from T.J. Shipes, as the Wolves downed Avondale 63-46 Friday night.

Alex Flagler added 11 points for Buford, while Kyle Kellum finished with 10 points. Buford improved to 17-7.

Wesleyan 65, Pinecrest 42

CUMMING — Wesleyan secured the top seed in next week’s Region 5-A tournament with a 65-42 win over Pinecrest on Friday.

Ty Teague led Wesleyan (22-3, 8-0) with 16 points. Other contributors were Andrew Frerking with 14 points, Shane Smith with 13 points and Rodney Morris with 10 points.

Providence 44, Mt. Pisgah 36

JOHNS CREEK — Providence topped Mount Pisgah on Friday night for a win in Region 5B-A.

Nate Bucher and Peter Hage each scored 12 points to lead Providence (17-7, 4-3).

Hebron 44, Prince Ave. 41

DACULA — Hebron celebrated senior night with a 44-41 win over Prince Avenue.

Jack Griffin led Hebron (5-20) in scoring with 23 points, while Daniel Williams led the team in rebounds with nine.

— Compiled by Scott Smith

To report scores, call 770-339-5850. Scores must be reported before 10:15 p.m. every day with the exception of Tuesday and Friday to be included in the next edition. Deadline for Tuesday is 10:30 p.m. and Friday is 10:45 p.m.