LILBURN -- Parkview's girls basketball team improved its season-long winning streak to 20 with a 57-43 win over Archer on Saturday. Marissa Mandeldove, Vicky Harris and Erika Joseph each scored 16 points to lead the Panthers (20-0, 11-0). Madison Newby had 11 points for the Tigers (13-7, 7-4). Kayla Rogers scored nine points and had three assists, while Morgan Jackson added nine points and five rebounds.
Bob Jones (Ala.) 49, Wesleyan 46
FAYETTEVILLE -- Holli Wilkins hit what looked like the game-winning basket, but Wesleyan allowed a full court layup with seven seconds left to lose to Bob Jones (Ala.) 49-46 Saturday in the Kay Yow Girls Night Out Tournament at Starr's Mill. Wilkins finished with 19 points and seven rebounds. Taylor Blackmon added 10 points for the Wolves (15-3).
North Gwinnett 41, Dutch Fork (S.C.) 37
FAYETTEVILLE -- North Gwinnett edged out Dutch Fork (S.C.) 41-37 Saturday in the Kay Yow Girls Night Out Tournament at Starr's Mill. Lexie Brown led the Bulldogs (15-2) with 25 points.
Norcross 62, Center Point (Ala.) 35
FAYETTEVILLE -- Norcross beat up on Center Point, the defending 5A Alabama champions 62-35 Saturday in the Kay Yow Girls Night Out Tournament at Starr's Mill. Shayla Cooper led with 20 points and five rebounds, while Patrice Butler finished with 16 points and eight rebounds for the Blue Devils (15-3). Jasmine Kemp grabbed 10 rebounds to go with six points and Bri Williams dished out eight assists.
South 55, Berkmar 27
SNELLVILLE -- Yvonna Dunkley scored 18 points to lead South Gwinnett to a 55-27 win over Berkmar on Saturday. Samantha McCombs added 10 points for the Comets (12-7, 7-3). Dijah Cooke also scored 10 points to lead the Patriots (6-12, 4-7).
Central 48, Mountain View 42
LAWRENCEVILLE -- Central Gwinnett has won 10 of its last 14 after beating Mountain View 48-42 on Saturday. Carol Reynolds put in 14 points and added nine rebounds to lead the Black Knights (10-9, 6-4). Alex Frazier added 12 points and three steals. Ices Walker was the high scorer for the Bears with 12 points.
Buford 58, Lovett 44
BUFORD -- Buford stayed perfect in Region 6-AA with a 58-44 win over Lovett on Saturday. The Wolves (12-6. 8-0) were led in scoring by Kaela Davis, who finished with 23 points. Mackenzie Darrah added 14 points, while Andraya Carter had 10 points.
Peachtree Ridge 54, Centennial 45
SUWANEE -- Melissa Turvy scored 19 points as Peachtree Ridge beat Centennial 54-45 Saturday. Mahrie Bowman had 15 points and eight rebounds for the Lions (11-7). Stephanie Amichia added eight points and seven rebounds, while Lorrie Cruse also scored eight points.
Lanier 60, Monroe Area 39
SUGAR HILL -- Lanier used a 21-4 third quarter run to pull away and beat Monroe Area 60-39 on Saturday. Shelby Threlkeld had 13 points to lead the Longhorns (9-11, 3-4). Taylor-Rose Gibson-Green added 11 points and 11 rebounds. Melanie Galvez also scored 11 points, while Amber Cesair scored 10 points. Aslee McElroy had a team-high 13 rebounds to go with six points.
Dacula 44, Meadowcreek 38
NORCROSS -- Dacula edged out Meadowcreek 44-38 on Saturday. Taryn Anthony scored 10 points to pace the Falcons (6-14). Meghan Bush added eight points and four steals. Angel Alexander finished with a game-high 21 points to lead the Mustangs (4-13).
Providence 40, Grady 32
LILBURN -- Providence went up two classifications to beat Grady 40-32 Saturday. Erika Gotfredson scored 22 points to lead the Stars (7-11, 1-2).
Central 58, Mountain View 28
LAWRENCEVILLE -- Central Gwinnett's boys basketball team picked up a 58-28 win over Mountain View on Saturday. Nine Black Knights (11-8, 5-5) scored points, led by 10 from Slim Delbridge. Andrew Joseph scored 11 points for the Bears, while Sean Starke had 10 points.
Archer 69, Parkview 46
LAWRENCEVILLE -- A great defensive performance helped Archer beat Parkview 69-46 on Saturday. Eleven players scored for the Tigers (13-7, 8-3), led by Bryan Hamlet with 20 points. Khari Stevens added 10 points, while Randall Smith scored six points and dished out eight assists.
Dacula 48, Meadowcreek 41
NORCROSS -- Anthony Morse had a double-double to help Dacula hold off Meadowcreek 48-41 on Saturday. Morse finished with 18 points and 11 rebounds for the Falcons (10-8). Clyde Niba added nine points. Anthony Hall and Dante Carter each scored seven to lead the Mustangs.
Peachtree Ridge 67, Centennial 63
SUWANEE -- Jordan Capps scored 17 points to help Peachtree Ridge slip by Centennial 67-63 Saturday. Brandon Jack added 15 points, while Rawlings Okivie had 14 points for the Lions (11-8, 5-3).
Buford 64, Lovett 52
BUFORD -- Buford took care of Lovett 64-52 in a Region 6-AA game on Saturday. T.J. Shipes scored 22 points for the Wolves (13-5, 7-1). Kyle Kellam added 12 points, while Isaiah Williams put in another 10 points.
Grady 61, Providence 57
LILBURN -- Providence lost to Grady 61-57 on Saturday in a non-region game.
Meadowcreek dominates Eagle's Landing tournament
McDONOUGH -- Meadowcreek won its fourth tournament of the year by placing 10 wrestlers in the Last Man Standing tournament at Eagle's Landing on Saturday. The Mustangs finished with 216.5 points, beating second place Rockmart by 48 points. Dante Bennett (120 pounds) and Alex Steele (160) each won their weight class with a pin in the final. O.G. Harden (170) and Ryan Moore (182) were silver medalists. Robert Nguyen (113), Rene Deluna (126), Emmet Doe (145) and Dejon Wideman (220) took third place.
Shiloh places 2nd in Lovejoy
LOVEJOY -- Two Shiloh wrestlers took first place to help the Generals take second place in the Wildcats Invitational at Lovejoy High School on Saturday. Adam Velasquez (113 pounds) and Ryan Mosley (138) each won their weight class. Mosley was named MVP of the tournament's middle weight classes. Keith Thicklin (220) picked up a sliver medal, while Harden Helm (132) and Adam Carter (152) finished third. Adel Gladney (145), Chad Williams (160) and Triston Golden (285) finished fourth.
Parkview takes 10th in Southside Brawl
FAYETTEVILLE -- Harrison Schmid won the 195-pound division to help Parkview to a 10th place finish Saturday in the Southside Brawl at Whitewater High School. Schmid allowed two points during the tournament. Khalil Shakur (126 pounds) and Kamahl Shakur (152) each took second place. An Vu (5th place, 113) and Jordan Matlack (6th, 138) also walked away with medals.
Buford's Ness takes first in Sham Slam
MT. AIRY -- Buford's Chip Ness won his weight class Saturday in the Sham Slam at Habersham Central. The Wolves took 15th place out of 30 teams. Dima Aguerro finished third, while Braden Hartley was fifth in their respect divisions.