Georgia High School Basketball Statewide Recaps 11-16-18

Nov 17 2018 SandysSpiel 

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BOYS

Class AAAAAAA

No. 3 Meadowcreek 70, No. 5 Discovery 56: Jalen Benjamin and Jamir Chaplin scored 19 apiece for the Mustangs, and Damian Dunn also got into double digits with 11 points. Hashann Reynolds led all scorers with 20 points for the Titans.

No. 4 Grayson 81, Dutchtown 46: Deivon Smith had himself a well-rounded night with 16 points, 9 rebounds and 7 assists. Reco Hallman, Jevon Tatum, and Taje Kelly added 11, 10, and 8 points, respectively.

No. 8 Westlake 79,5ANo. 3 Eagle’s Landing 69: In the loss, Rashad Elloie had 28 points and Keith Lamar scored 10. CJ Hood added 7.

Newton 71, Jonesboro 64: Amari Harris and Tyrease Brown each scored 18 points. Shawn Smith had 16.

Campbell 80, Hiram 77 OT: Terrell Burden carried Campbell with 27 points. Arshad Crepsac had a game-high 35 points (7 threes) and 3 steals for Hiram. Nathan Presnell posted 14 points, 17 rebounds and 3 blocks. JaVyen Brown added 13 points, 4 rebounds and 4 assists.

South Forsyth 62, North Springs 49: Devin McGlockton notched a double-double for South with 15 points and 12 rebounds.

Class AAAAAA

No. 8 Tucker 63, Lovejoy 62: Jermontae Hill scored 21 points, Nate Ogbu had 16, and Nicholas Watson had 13 points in the win for Tucker.Omari Callahan and William Evans each had 18 points, and Jamal Reynolds scored 10 points for Lovejoy in the close defeat.

Centennial 76, Blessed Trinity 60: Logan Turner had a huge game for the Knights with 31 points and 8 rebounds. KJ Spooney finished the night with 14 points, 5 rebounds, and 6 assists while Kaleb Jordan had 5 steals to go with 12 points and Colin Kahl put up 10-and-10 for a double-double.

South Paulding 59, New Manchester 56: Cam Armstrong finished with 21 points. Reuben Kyles added 11 points. Shane Gibson and Pat Love each scored 10 points. Sha’mi Shields corralled 14 rebounds while Knowledge Ruben grabbed 8.

Mundy’s Mill 71, Drew 40: Rayquan Brown piled in 33 points. Mason Pierre had 13 points and Nicolas Allen added 8. Big man Demarcus Fannin finished with 7.

Class AAAAA

Statesboro 70, Southeast Bulloch 68: In the loss the Yellowjackets received 21 points from sophomore Ryan Swanson. Darrieon Fields (9), Tyler Bailey (7) and AJ Williams (7) all chipped in.

McIntosh 62, Hampton 50: Bruce Carpenter led the Chiefs with 23 points, while Naj Ashley-Emory added 11 points and Wyatt Patton had 9.

Chamblee 66, Druid Hills 65: Rodney Smith led the charge for Chamblee by scoring 33 points; Zac Mackson added 16 points in the win.

Johnson-Gainesville 79, Oglethorpe 52: Danny Garcia packed a punch with 19 points and Wade Pearce scored 17. Jesse Harbin netted 12 points and Jonathan Williams had 8.

Class AAAA

No. 3 Sandy Creek 63, Whitewater 58: Drexel-signee TJ Bickerstaff had 20 points, 10 rebounds, 6 steals and 2 blocks. RJ Howard added 15 points and 3 steals. Keith Williams III contributed 14 points, 5 rebounds and 3 assists. Jabiri Smith finished with 8 points, 7 rebounds, 2 steals and 3 blocks. Matt Williams netted 5 points.

Cross Creek 48, Richmond Hill 46: Kobe Stewart (15), Jatravious Stewart (11) and Monroe Atkins (8) led the Razorbacks.

Class AAA

No. 8 East Hall 62, Banks County 58: Carl Cleveland put up an impressive performance for Banks County, slashing 21 points/14 rebounds/6 assists.

Jackson County 68, Chestatee 55: Cam Shaw netted 30 points followed by Kalib Clinton’s 18. Chase Daniel and Kedric Zimmer each scored 10 points.

East Jackson 70, West Hall 38: Tay Howard scored 22 points and Makayl Rakestraw had 19.

Class AA

Jordan 57, Quitman County 49: Tra’Quan Davis powered Jordan with 18 points and 8 rebounds. Terelle Barnes (15 points, 4 steals, 4 assists), Kentrel Green (12 points, 6 rebounds, 2 steals), and Kenneth Green (9 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists) all stuffed the stat sheet tonight.

Class A-Private

No. 1 St. Francis 87, Creekview 50: Chase Ellis recorded 18 points and 10 rebounds. Xavier-commit Dwon Odom posted 16 points, 7 rebounds and 13 assists.  Jusaun Holt had 16 points and 8 rebounds. Jordan Brown netted 15 points. Kai Simmons had 4 points and 11 rebounds. Timothy Davis had 15 in the loss.

Galloway 57, Elite Scholars 50: Jacob Ripps led Galloway to their third straight win of the season with 18 points and Will Winn chipped in 14.

Bethlehem Christian 48, Providence Christian 40: Brock Albury scored 10 points for Providence.

St. Anne-Pacelli 62, Webster County 45: Sophomore Ian Matthews went for 36 points. JD Douglas had 11.

GIRLS

Class AAAAAAA

Forsyth Central 71, Cherokee Bluff 45: In the loss, Maddie Thomas had 16 points. Timber Gaither added 12 points and Brandyn Peterson had 4 points and 9 rebounds.

Campbell 71, Hiram 41: The fast-pace pressing Spartans tallied 27 steals. Jada Alston had 16 points, 2 assists and 9 steals. Jameah Alston (12 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists), Sarah Taub (11 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 steals), Laila Battle (10 points, 3 steals, 2 assists) and Aynastee Frederick (7 points, 5 steals) had strong games. Jaleah Alston dished out 5 assists.

Newnan 69, Spencer 10: Kaylen Madrey had 17 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists and 6 steals. Freshman Aniya Carter had 15 points, 3 rebounds and 7 steals. Freshman Joy Butts tallied 11 points, 4 rebounds and 4 steals. Senior Hailey Bloom had 10 points and 8 steals. Senior Noelle Butts had 8 points, 5 rebounds and 5 steals.

Brewbaker Tech (AL) 68, Milton 15: Taylor Sharpe pumped in 25 points. Hana Edwards scored 10 to lead Milton.

Class AAAAAA

Northgate 64, Coretta Scott King 15: Gwenyth Cook pumped in 31 points. Sara Page scored 16.

ML King 54, Morrow 14: Ashlyn Green led MLK with 14 points, while Torkeria Dash had 11 and Terrion Coates added 8 points in the rout.

Centennial 50, Blessed Trinity 38: Divine Guthrie had 16 points followed by Aerial Nathan’s 12.

Class AAAAA

No. 1 Villa Rica 75, No. 6 Lithia Springs 54: Aliyah Hindsman led all scorers with 34 points, Kyndal Coleman scored 11 points, Dekyia Coleman had 10, and Kentucky-signee Deasia Merrill added 9. Adaora Onuoumela and Sheryl Sarpong scored 18 and 10 in the loss for Lithia Springs, respectively.

McIntosh 48, Hampton 36: Rylee Calhoun poured in 17 points and Carrie Consolino added 13 in the win. Keara Collins and Anna Muh chipped in 8 and 6 points, respectively.

Johnson-Gainesville 43, Oglethorpe County 36: Jazmyn Gooch netted 15 points.

Class AAAA

No. 2 Carver-Columbus 55, No. 4 Henry County 42: Janya Love-Hill and Kionna Gaines scored 14 points apiece. Jailyn Shaw scored 12 and Olivia Cochran added 11 inside. In the loss, Ja’Niah Alexander scored 14 and Briana Juniel scored 13. Paris Mullins had 11.

Chestatee 56, Johnson County 35: Nicole Sedwick led the Lady War Eagles with 14 points, and Kaylie Barrett (9), Emma Easterwood (8), Christina Garcia (7), and Beth Eddins (6) all contributed to the win.

TL Hanna (SC) 63, Stephens County 54: Ranajah Verdell scored 18, Kiki Howard 16, Nana Eades 9 and Lindsay Moore 7 points in the loss for the Lady Indians.

Class AAA

North Murray 61, Polk County (TN) 28: Korbin Tipton scored 22 points to pace the Lady Mountaineers. Tenley Gladson had 14 and Sarah Plemons netted 13.

Class AA

No. 8 Banks County 47, East Hall 34: Heather Vaughn dropped in 18 points to power the Lady Leopards. Kailynn Gilstrap scored 14 and Amber Williams had 5. GCSU-signee Jaycie Bowen pitched in 4 points along with Anslee Bramlett.

Temple 67, Paulding County 33: Ruby Collins put up 21 points, Tori Chivers added 16 points and 6 assists, and Mackenzie Holt finished the night with 10 points and 4 assists for the Lady Tigers.

Class A-Private

Mt. Vernon Presbyterian 51, Pinecrest Academy 22: Katieanne Peterson (18) and Sarah Sims (5) led the offense. Jessicka Woods, Emily Bloodworth, Madeline Hudgins, Skyler Tiffin and Jane Holliday all chipped in 4 points apiece.  

 

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