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PREP ROUNDUP: Aifuwa’s triple-double leads Dacula

DACULA — Faustine Aifuwa scored 22 points, pulled down 20 rebounds and blocked 10 shots as Dacula defeated Shiloh 52-46 in Region 8-AAAAAA Saturday night. Jonnae Johnson had 12 points and eight rebounds while Shelby Reeves added eight points for the Falcons (11-6, 5-3). Shiloh (6-7, 3-5) was led by Davida White’s 15 points. Euche Ibebunjo and Emani Bell each added 10 for the Generals.

Girls basketball

Mountain View 49, North Gwinnett 30

SUWANEE — Mountain View defeated North Gwinnett 49-30 in Region 7-AAAAAA Saturday night. The Bears were led by D’andra Pringle’s 20 points. Arianna Williams had 12 points and 10 rebounds and Jordan Stallworth had 11 points for the Bears (13-4, 8-1). Alyssa Munlyn led North (9-8, 5-5) with nine points.

Collins Hill 58, Meadowcreek 37

SUWANEE — Kyra Dixon scored 22 points to lead Collins Hill to a 58-37 Region 7-AAAAAA win Saturday night. Madison McAfee had nine points and nine rebounds, Brittany Stowers had seven points and seven rebounds and Aja Young had seven points for the Eagles (10-6, 3-4).

Hebron Christian 50, Pinecrest 24

DACULA — Hebron Christian defeated Pinecrest 50-24 in Region 8-A Saturday. Ashleigh Stanley and Hannah Lentz led the Lions (10-3, 4-3) with 15 points each. Jozie Lewis had 12 points and 20 rebounds for Hebron.

Central Gwinnett 50, Grayson 38

LAWRENCEVILLE — Alexandra Frazier’s 16 points and five steals led Central Gwinnett to a 50-38 Region 8-AAAAAA win over Grayson Saturday night. Ashley Wilson socred 15 while Briana McGee added 11 points for Central (11-4, 6-3). Chisom Okonkwo pulled down 15 rebounds for the Black Knights.

Buford 47, Creekview 40

BUFORD — Camille Anderson dropped in 27 points to lead Buford to a 47-40 win over Creekview Saturday. Corey Staples added 12 points for the Wolves (14-1, 6-0).

Commerce 37, Providence Christian 30

COMMERCE — Providence Christian fell to Commerce 37-30 Saturday. Laura Per-Lee led the Storm (4-10) with 12 points. Chantal Arslanian added eight points for Providence.

Boys Basketball

North Gwinnett 88, Mountain View 42

SUWANEE — North Gwinnett had five players score in double figures as the Bulldogs defeated Mountain View 88-42 in Region 7-AAAAAA Saturday night. Owen Willis led North with 18 points. Malik Carter and TJ Howard had 15 and 13 respectively while Ahmad Caber and Jack Stucke each scored 11 for the Bulldogs (15-2, 10-0).

Collins Hill 58, Meadowcreek 51

SUWANEE — Pierre Richardson’s 16 points led Collins Hill to a 58-51 Region 7-AAAAAA victory Saturday night. Devin Mitchell and Devin Watson each had 11 points while Jalen Mitchell added 10 points in the win.

Dacula 57, Shiloh 51

DACULA — Dacula inched closer to the top of the Region 8-AAAAAA standings with a 57-51 win over Shiloh Saturday night. Dacula (14-3, 5-3) held off a late Shiloh (9-5,6-2) rally to seal the win. Kevon Tucker led the Falcons with 17 points. Cam Moye had 16 points and nine rebounds while Keshawn Gibbs had 12 points for Dacula.

Grayson 53, Central Gwinnett 52

LAWRENCEVILLE — Jordan Dillwood hit a layup at the buzzer to help Grayson (14-2, 5-2) defeat Central Gwinnett 53-52 and move into a second place tie with Shiloh in Region 8-AAAAAA Saturday night. Marquise Lanier and Austin Morris led the Rams with 15 points apiece and Marquise Bumpas added 10. Shaun Jones led the Black Knights (9-7, 3-6) with 18 points.

Hebron Christian 67, Pinecrest 59

DACULA — Derek Vandiver’s 18 points led Hebron Christian to a 67-59 Region 8-A win Saturday. Luke Crawford and Cory Johnson each had 13 points while Evan Myers added 11 for the Lions (9-8,6-1).

Providence Christian 65, Commerce 40

COMMERCE — ABJ Kushana scored 14 points to lead Providence Christian to a 65-40 win over Commerce on Saturday. Jeremy Hardnett added 11 points for the Storm (6-9).

Wrestling

Moutain View wins a pair

NORCROSS — Mountain View defeated Holy Innocents (39-34) and Mill Creek (40-25) in a meet held at Greater Atlanta Christian Saturday. The Bears (25-5) were led by Sam Ezzell (113 pounds), Justin George (120), Adam Flatt (126) and Jacob Serelis (160) who each went 2-0 on the day.

— Compiled by Ken Chrzanowski