JEFFERSON — Alario Harris hit a shot at the final buzzer to lift Parkview to a 75-73 win over Chestatee in the Tabo Tipoff Classic on Saturday night.
Parker Role led the Panthers (2-0) with 17 points. In addition to his late game heroics, Harris added 15 points and Christian Embry had 14 for Parkview.
Providence Christian 45, Wesleyan 36
NORCROSS — Providence Christian Academy defeated Wesleyan 45-36 on Saturday. Providence was led by ABJ Kushanu, who had 21 points for the Storm (1-3). The Wolves were led by Jaylen Clarke and Brian Coffey, who had 15 and 13 points, respectively for the Wolves (2-1).
Mill Creek 68,
Franklin County 33
JEFFERSON — Mill Creek had 10 players score as the Hawks defeated Franklin County 68-33 in the Tabo Tipoff Classic on Saturday.
Ryan Dobbs led Mill Creek with 13 points. Davian Clark scored 12, Scotty Chadwick had 11 and Chase Duffy added 10 rebounds and four blocks.
Starr’s Mill 52
LAWRENCEVILLE — Kendall Joseph had 17 points to lead Brookwood to a 61-52 win over Starr’s Mill at the Archer Holiday Classic on Saturday. Jordan Benjamin chipped in with 11 points and Micah Kinsey added 10 for the Broncos (2-0).
Central Gwinnett 69,
LAWRENCEVILLE — Karon Jackson’s 20 points lifted Central Gwinnett to a 69-63 win over Loganville in the Archer Holiday Classic on Saturday. Shaun Jones added 17 and Anthony Haskins had 13 points for the Black Knights (2-0).
Lanier 61, Eagles Landing 43
BOGART — Simon Shafack recorded his third straight game with 20 plus points by netting 30 as Lanier defeated Eagles Landing 61-43 in the North Oconee Fighting Turkey Classic on Saturday. Trevon McSwain added 13 points and Derrick Brown pitched in with seven for the Longhorns (3-1).
Archer 76, Kell 60
LAWRENCEVILLE — Kewi Lartey scored 27 points as host Archer defeated Kell 76-60 in the Archer Holiday Classic. Jeremiah Buford added 16 points, while Darrion Taylor and Aleen Ford added 10 and eight points, respectively for the Tigers (2-0).
Mountain View 63,
WINDER — Ten players scored to lead Mountain View to a 63-35 win over Winder-Barrow on Saturday. Deante Harris led the Bears (1-3) with 19 points, while Jaymin Harris added six points and seven assists.
Central Gwinnett 52,
LAWRENCEVILLE — Central Gwinnett improved to 2-0 with a 52-44 win over Loganville at the Archer Holiday Classic on Saturday.
Alexandra Franzier had 20 points, four assists and five rebounds to lead the Black Knights. Keana Lee had nine rebounds and Tyra Woods had nine points for Central.
Archer 66, Kell 29
LAWRENCEVILLE — Nine players scored as Archer defeated Kell 66-29 in the Archer Holiday Classic on Saturday. The Tigers (2-0) raced out a 42-17 lead in the second quarter and were never threatened.
Amber Skidgel led Archer with 19 points. Linsey Marchese had 16 points and Madison Newby had eight points and six steals. Autumn Newby pulled down nine rebounds and Kayla Rogers had seven points for Archer.
Greater Atlanta Christian 55, Milton 37
NORCROSS — Brianna Cummings scored 23 points and Sydni Means added 19 to lead Greater Atlanta Christian to a 55-37 win over Milton at the Hilton Holiday Classic on Saturday. The Spartans improved to 4-1 on the season with the victory.
Wheeler 59, Meadowcreek 23
MABLETON — Wheeler defeated Meadowcreek 59-23 at the Don Morgan 25th Thanksgiving Tournament on Saturday. Bryanna Ellison and Ashley Okoku each had six points for the Mustangs (0-3).
Duluth 56, Pope 32
CUMMING — Duluth defeated Pope 56-32 and advanced to the semifinals of the Raider Classic. Endia Banks led the Wildcats (2-0) with 27 points, while teammate Jazmyn Johnson added 12.
Mill Creek 53,
Franklin County 27
JEFFERSON — Meredith Schulte scored 18 points to lead Mill Creek to a 53-27 win over Franklin county in the Jefferson Tabo Tip off Classic on Saturday.
Madison Phillips had seven rebounds, Anna Parks dished out five assists and Aizha Ross had five steals to lead the Hawks (1-0).
at Cherokee Rumble
CANTON — Meadowcreek went 3-1 to place second at the 12-team Cherokee Rumble wrestling tournament on Saturday.
The Mustangs (6-2) defeated Harrison (52-25), Dacula (39-33) and Marietta (41-33).
Ade Henderson-Harden (152 pounds), OG Henderson-Harden (195) and Ryan Moore (220) each went 4-0 on the day. Edy Padilla (106), Raymond Washington (132) and William Bailey (160) each recorded three wins.
Duluth and Norcross
tie for third
DULUTH — Duluth and Norcross tied for third at the Toys for Tots tournament on Saturday. The Wildcats and Blue Devils each won three matches to finish behind tournament champion Cambridge and runner-up Jackson County.
Norcross defeated Central Gwinnett ( 41-26), Temple (66-14) and Duluth (72-12). Duluth defeated Temple (51-30), Shiloh (60-24) and Centennial (36-33).
Norcross defeated Duluth, Central Gwinnett and Temple. Michael Cunningham (132), Kevin Shaw (138), Tim Brown (285) and Carlos Champaign (145) paced the Blue Devils.
Mountain View places third
BUFORD — Mountain View went 3-2 to place third at the Buford Duals on Saturday. The Bears (8-2) defeated Dunwoody (54-24), Fannin County (66-12) and Greater Atlanta Christian (42-30).
Adam Flatt (126) and Jacob Serelis (160) each went 5-0. Kmaron Patterson (285) went 4-0, while Sam Ezzell (113), Justin George (120), DJ Schrenk (145), Austin Brown (170) and Octavian Jarda (182) each went 4-1.
Parkview takes fourth
at Cherokee Duals
CANTON — Parkview finished fourth at the Cherokee Duals on Saturday. The Panthers defeated Morgan County, Harrison and Milton.
Reese Dalton (113), Andrew Webb (145), Kamaal Shakur (152) and Will Anderson (160) all went 4-0 with four pins, while Alex Sam went 4-0 with three pins.
GAC places fourth
at Buford tourney
BUFORD — Greater Atlanta Christian went 3-2 to place fourth at the Buford Duals on Saturday. The Spartans (6-5) defeated Johnson (51-25), Walnut Grove (60-13) and Independence, Tenn. (42-27).
Carter Clinebell (145) and Rory Alston (182) each went 5-0. Justin van Leeuwen (106), Ian Politz (120), Kevin Shrake (126), Kyle Politz (132) and Josh Snyder (152) each went 4-1.
SUWANEE — Ethan Castaneda (152 pounds) placed first at the Lambert Invitational wrestling tournament on Saturday. Jose Acosta (220) finished third and David Torres (285) and Nick Luu (106) both placed fourth for the Patriots.