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Scenes from North Gwinnett vs. Archer varsity basketball teams at North Gwinnett High School, Saturday, January 9, 2020. (Photo: Nicole Seitz)

SUWANEE — North Gwinnett picked up a nice boys basketball win Saturday, defeating Archer 58-42 in a rematch of last season’s state playoff matchup, also won by North.

Thomas Allard scored 17 to lead the Bulldogs (9-7), while Dylan Gary had nine points and R.J. Godfrey scored seven. Gunnar Carlberg, Luke Keller and Brendan Rigsbee added six points each.

Archer’s Christian Drummer played tough defense on Godfrey, but the Tigers couldn’t overcome 10 North 3-pointers.

BOYS BASKETBALL

West Forsyth 68, Mill Creek 57

HOSCHTON — Mill Creek fell 68-57 against West Forsyth on Saturday.

The Hawks were led by Josh Battle’s 20 points, and Jonathan Taylor added 17 points.

Lambert 80, Peachtree Ridge 68

SUWANEE — Lambert defeated Peachtree Ridge 80-68 Saturday in a non-region game.

Bilial Djibo led the Lions with 14 points and five rebounds, and Aquil Perkins had 12 points, three rebounds and two assists. William Gray-Watson contributed 10 points, six rebounds and three assists, Malcolm Noel had nine points and two assists and Jairus Griffin added eight points, seven rebounds and two steals.

Providence 61, GAC 59

LILBURN — Providence Christian edged Greater Atlanta Christian 61-59 on Saturday.

Elijah Williams had 22 points and 11 rebounds for the Storm, while Chance Thacker (12 points, seven rebounds, four assists) and Tony Carpio (11 points, 17 rebounds) also had big games.

GAC was led by Josh Fulton (23 points, 10 rebounds), Saiku White (15 points, four assists) and LaMarr Randolph (14 points, four rebounds).

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