Game Night Recap 11-23


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Class AAAAAAA

No. 5 North Gwinnett 68, A-PrivateNo. 3 Greenforest 58: North Gwinnett closed the Jared Cook Classic with 10 three-pointers. Dylan Gary had 15 points and 7 rebounds while Amaru Grosvenor tallied 14 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists and 1 steal. Thomas Allard finished with 14 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals. KC Gunnar hit key threes and tallied 13 points, 3 rebounds and 3 assists. Duke Clayton added 7 points and 7 rebounds. Gai Chol led Greenforest with 18 points, 13 rebounds and 2 blocks. Jalen Forrest came off the bench to collect 13 points, 2 rebounds and 4 assists.

Archer 50, No. 7 Etowah 49: Major Freeman scored 11 points and hit a timely three midway through the fourth quarter during an Archer scoring lull to reenergize the Tigers and push Archer to a win at the Jared Cook Classic. Christian Drummer scored 9 points and Ryen Jones added 8 points and 6 rebounds. Damoni Harrison collected 6 points, 4 rebounds, 7 assists, 4 steals and 1 block. Etowah was led by Dimitri Angelakos’ 13 points. Mason Etter finished with 11 points, 9 rebounds, 5 assists, 1 steal and 1 block while Dajaun Devonish had 10 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists. Brandon Rechsteiner tossed in 8 points.

South Gwinnett 65, 6ANo. 4 Buford 62: Jacob Washington led the Comets with 20 points while Kamren Heathington added 13 points and 6 rebounds. Ansar Osman netted 10 points and Maalik Leitch compiled 8 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists. Continue reading Game Night Recap 11-23

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2024 5-9 W Des’Teyn Seaton – Northside-Warner Robins
Energy, athleticism and overall activity are hallmarks of Desteyn Seaton’s game. Seaton first caught my eye back on March 21 at CTC Comeback with her aggressive style of play. Continue reading HypeSouth Hardwood Invitational Top Performers

Week 2 GHSA Girls Basketball State Rankings


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Class AAAAAAA

1. Campbell (3-0)
2. Brookwood (3-0)
3. Archer (2-1)
4. Grayson (2-1)
5. Cherokee (2-1)
6. North Forsyth (3-0)
7. South Forsyth (2-1)
8. Woodstock (2-1)
9. Norcross (1-0)
10. West Forsyth (3-0)

Class AAAAAA

1. Kell (1-0)
2. Lovejoy (1-0)
3. Buford (1-0)
4. River Ridge (3-0)
5. Carrollton (1-0)
6. Sequoyah (1-0)
7. Langston Hughes (0-0)
8. Statesboro (3-0)
9. Rockdale County (1-2)
10. Sprayberry (0-1)

Class AAAAA

1. Woodward Academy (1-0)
2. Forest Park (2-0)
3. Griffin (1-1)
4. Greenbrier (2-1)
5. Warner Robins (3-1)
6. St. Pius X (1-1)
7. McIntosh (4-0)
8. Maynard Jackson (0-1)
9. New Manchester (1-1)
10. Cass (1-0)

Class AAAA

1. Luella (1-1)
2. Troup County (0-0)
3. Baldwin (1-1)
4. Jefferson (2-0)
5. Carver-Columbus (0-1)
6. Marist (2-0)
7. Arabia Mountain (2-1)
8. Pickens (1-0)
9. North Oconee (1-0)
10. Bainbridge (1-0)

Class AAA

1. Lumpkin County (2-0)
2. GAC (3-0)
3. Pierce County (1-0)
4. Johnson-Savannah (0-0)
5. White County (1-0)
6. Cross Creek (2-0)
7. Westminster (0-2)
8. Sumter County (0-1)
9. Redan (3-1)
10. Tattnall County (0-0)

Class AA

1. Elbert County (2-0)
2. Josey (0-1)
3. Rabun County (0-1)
4. Fannin County (1-0)
5. Washington County (1-0)
6. Laney (0-0)
7. Lamar County (1-1)
8. Heard County (2-0)
9. Callaway (0-0)
10. Woodville-Tompkins (1-2)

Class A-Private

1. Mt. Paran (3-0)
2. Holy Innocents’ (3-0)
3. St. Francis (2-0)
4. Galloway (2-1)
5. Wesleyan (0-2)
6. Hebron Christian (1-0)
7. Trinity Christian (0-2)
8. Deerfield-Windsor (0-0)
9. Calvary Day (0-0)
10. Prince Avenue Christian (2-0)

Class A-Public

1. Montgomery County (1-0)
2. Mt. Zion-Carrollton (2-1)
3. Claxton (1-0)
4. Pelham (0-0)
5. Lake Oconee Academy (2-0)
6. Central-Talbotton (0-0)
7. Trion (1-0)
8. Commerce (0-1)
9. Dublin (0-1)
10. Telfair County (0-0)

With Thanksgiving Week upon us, tournaments across Georgia and out of state will pit Top 10 teams against one another, meaning there will be plenty of movement in the polls in the coming days. Continue reading Week 2 GHSA Girls Basketball State Rankings

Week 2 GHSA Boys Basketball State Rankings


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Class AAAAAAA

1. Newton (2-0)
2. Milton (1-0)
3. Berkmar (0-0)
4. Pebblebrook (2-0)
5. North Gwinnett (2-0)
6. Grayson (1-1)
7. Etowah (2-0)
8. Norcross (1-1)
9. East Coweta (3-0)
10. Parkview (2-0)

Class AAAAAA

1. Wheeler (1-0)
2. Westlake (1-1)
3. Kell (0-0)
4. Buford (1-0)
5. Osborne (2-0)
6. Lanier (1-1)
7. Statesboro (1-0)
8. Effingham County (0-0)
9. Centennial (3-0)
10. Shiloh (2-0)

Class AAAAA

1. Eagle’s Landing (0-0)
2. Tri-Cities (1-0)
3. Jonesboro (0-1)
4. St. Pius X (0-0)
5. Calhoun (0-0)
6. Jones County (2-0)
7. Walnut Grove (1-1)
8. Clarke Central (0-1)
9. Decatur (1-0)
10. Southwest DeKalb (2-0)

Class AAAA

1. Baldwin (1-0)
2. McDonough (2-0)
3. Spencer (2-0)
4. Fayette County (1-1)
5. Monroe (2-0)
6. Mays (1-0)
7. North Oconee (1-0)
8. Westover (1-0)
9. Cedar Shoals (0-2)
10. Dougherty (0-1)

Class AAA

1. Sandy Creek (1-0)
2. Windsor Forest (1-0)
3. Salem (1-0)
4. LaFayette (0-0)
5. Thomson (1-0)
6. Hart County (0-1)
7. Peach County (0-1)
8. Oconee County (2-1)
9. Monroe Area (0-0)
10. Johnson-Savannah (1-0)

Class AA

1. Pace Academy (2-0)
2. Columbia (0-0)
3. Westside-Augusta (2-0)
4. Butler (0-1)
5. Woodville-Tompkins (1-2)
6. Thomasville (0-1)
7. Chattooga (0-1)
8. Northeast-Macon (0-1)
9. Washington County (0-0)
10. Rabun County (0-0)

Class A-Private

1. Providence Christian (2-1)
2. Galloway (4-1)
3. Greenforest (1-1)
4. Christian Heritage (1-0)
5. North Cobb Christian (1-0)
6. King’s Ridge (2-0)
7. Darlington (0-0)
8. WD Mohammed (2-1)
9. First Presbyterian Day (0-0)
10. Mt. Pisgah (0-1)

Class A-Public

1. Drew Charter (2-0)
2. Social Circle (0-0)
3. Portal (1-0)
4. Chattahoochee County (0-0)
5. Dublin (0-0)
6. Warren County (0-0)
7. Lanier County (1-0)
8. Bowdon (2-0)
9. Manchester (0-0)
10. Turner County (0-0)

The GHSA this week: The Good, The Bad, The Disturbingly Ugly. Continue reading Week 2 GHSA Boys Basketball State Rankings

Game Night Recap 11-19


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Class AAAAAAA

Discovery 64, Central Gwinnett 63: Zailan Blue netted 17 points along with Byron Martin. Colby Williams scored 14 points and Darryl Walton snagged 12 rebounds.

Newnan 74, Banneker 42: Wesley Drake scored 17 points and Zion Brown had 14.

South Gwinnett 70, Maynard Jackson 52: Jacob Washington led the Comets with 21 points while Kamren Heathington piled in 16 points, 11 rebounds and 4 assists. Maalik Leitch finished with 10 points and 6 assists.

Forsyth Central 67, East Jackson 24: Eli Chol had 18 points and Aidan Nutty scored 12. Cade Chitty (8) and Camden Leak (6) balanced the offense. Continue reading Game Night Recap 11-19