Georgia high school basketball

Statewide Recap 1-27



No. 1 McEachern 76, North Cobb 38: Charles Smith IV led the Indians with 16 points, Sharife Cooper scored 12 points, and Babatunde Akingbola added 11 points. 12 McEachern players scored, while no North Cobb player broke double-digit scoring.

No. 3 Newton 86, Rockdale County 58: Ashton Hagans notched a triple-double with 23 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists (6 steals). Tre Clark and Tiqarius Harper each contributed 10 points, while Armani Harris added a career-high 6 blocks for Newton.

Tift County 64, 6ANo. 10 Coffee 59: The Blue Devils spoiled Senior Night with a late go-ahead Rashod Bateman three. The Minnesota football-signee finished with 12 points and 9 rebounds. Montae Terrell notched a game-high 22 points to go with his 8 rebounds, 6 assists and 2 blocks. Marquavius Johnson had 19 points, 5 rebounds and 3 assists. Coffee was led by 6-foot-7 Mackenzie McFatten’s 18 points, 13 rebounds, 3 assists and 5 blocks. Marquavius Jefferson had 11 points and 3 assists. First Team All-State shooting guard Jayce Moore was held to 9 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 steal and 1 block. Deuntay Davis scored 8 points off the bench.

Etowah 54, Woodstock 50: Jaxon Etter led Etowah with 25 points five rebounds. Adrian Cohen contributed 16 points and 8 rebounds.

Kennesaw Mountain 93, Landmark Christian 57: Jalyn McCreary dropped a 20/10 performance while Josh Strong scored 16 points for Kennesaw Mountain.


No. 3 Douglas County 76, South Paulding 65: Rickey Clark led the way for Douglas County with 15 points, while the trio of Ernest Randle, Malik Battle, and Cam Copeland each added 13 points.

No. 6 Stephenson 54, 5ANo.6 Southwest DeKalb 51: Eugene Brown scored 15, Javontae Jackson added 10, and KD Johnson’s 9 points weren’t enough for Southwest DeKalb.

Dacula 72, Lanier 61: Mekhail Bethea led Dacula with 20 points, Brenden Tucker contributed 16 points, Quincy Ademokoya scored 13 points, and Shayne Buckingham added 12 points.

Mundy’s Mill 67, Lovejoy 49: Rayquan Brown led Mundy’s Mill with 19 points and 11 rebounds, while Jordan Black added 16 points and 11 rebounds while Jalen Thrash scored 12 points. Omari Callahan added 14 points and Kristian Grant scored 12 for Lovejoy.

Creekview 78, South Cobb 75: KJ Jenkins exploded for 37 points and 5 rebounds, Jack Wood scored 18 points, and Paxton Nayman scored 12 points.

Alexander 74, New Manchester 63: Chris Lunsford led with 20 points and 7 assists, while Sidni White added 13 points and 5 rebounds. Demajion Topps scored 20 points.


No. 2 Warner Robins 86, Veterans 42: Bobby Kelly scored 17 points, Jacolbey Owens added 16, Nelson Phillips 14, and Jaydon Norman 12 points. Horace Johnson led Veterans with 16 points.

No. 10 Stockbridge 63, 4ANo. 5 Salem 54 OT: Stockbridge was led by Kavonte Ivory’s 18 points, Trillis Brown’s 13 points, and Terryance Jackson’s 12 points.

Kell 54, Cass 47: Sayvon Delgado and Cameron Lockett finished with 15 points and Jahwan Smith scored 12 points. Mark Chester scored 18 points for Cass.

Flowery Branch 62, Cedar Shoals 47: Patsheko Lutumba scored 16 points, Justin Quick added 15 points, 5 rebounds, and 7 assists, and Blake Coxworth added 8 points in the win for Flowery Branch. JaiVanni McDavid scored 12 points to go along with 6 steals, Quincy Canty added 10 points and 9 rebounds, and Tyler Johnson added 10 points in the loss for Cedar Shoals.

Lithia Springs 51, Decatur 50 2OT: Chalin Hippe notched a 19 point/11 rebound double-double and Khari Davis scored 11 points, but it fell short in a double overtime thriller for Decatur.

Riverdale 56, North Clayton 55: Michael Lee scored 17 points, Xavier Valley had 14 points, and Jaimonnie Watkins-Causey had 13 points.

Class AAAA

Henry County 90, Locust Grove 57: Josh Steele led the charge with 13 points and 3 steals, while the trio of Casey Armour, Semaj Rice, and Kortez Allen each scored 11 points. DeAndre Rice hosted a defensive showcase with 8 blocks on the night.

Chestatee 75, Pickens 54: Cooper Wilson led Chestatee with 18 points, Cameron Gwyn scored 11 points, and Jarrett Gray scored 10 points. Donovan Hernandez notched 8 assists on the night.

Calhoun 69, Haralson County 44: Davis Allen scored 23 points and Tononcito Martha scored 10 points in the win for Calhoun.

Shaw 61, Cairo 37: Lincoln Smith scored 14 points and 4 rebounds, and TJ Mitchell grabbed 10 boards.

Class AAA

No. 4 GAC 67, Dawson County 33: Brothers Cullen Reed and Campbell Reed led the offensive production for Dawson with 10 and 9 points, respectively.

No. 6 Windsor Forest 98, Southeast Bulloch 47: Malcolm McCloud scored 16 points and Benjamin Mitchell added 14 points in the win.

Monroe Area 59, Jackson County 42: Elijah Goodman recorded 16 points and 4 steals, Devin Sheats added 15 points and 5 rebounds, and Isaiah Glasper scored 9 points.

Peach County 76, Crawford County 57: Brice Paster filled the scorebook with 15 points, 10 assists, 6 rebounds, and 5 steals; Alex Henton added 14 points and 8 rebounds.

Class AA

Dodge County 50, Hawkinsville 44: Nick Cummings scored 24 points, DeMarcus Caines 15, and RJ Carr added 7 in the win.

Class A-Private

No. 9 Mount Vernon Presbyterian 59, Paideia 38: Tahj Keeton led the way with 20 points and 8 rebounds, while Marques Frye added 12 points and Austin Douglas scored 8.

Savannah Christian 51, Claxton 44: Justin Anderson scored 22 points while Aly Keys dominated defensively with 10 rebounds and 6 blocks.

Prince Avenue Christian 78, Towns County 68: Mack Simmons finished with 27 points while Dalton Meeler scored 22 for the Wolverines.

Class A-Public

No. 1 Manchester 82, Harris County 61: Kalil Brawner scored 19 points and JahNile Hill scored 16 points in the win for Manchester.

Commerce 56, Providence Academy 49: Jalen Dorsey led Commerce with 16 points and Jamecus Cox added 10 points to give the Commerce Tigers their first back-to-back victories in 3 seasons.




No. 10 McEachern 52, North Cobb 48: Chanel Wilson and Jewel Smalls each scored 10 points for McEachern. Azonya Austin led North Cobb with 15 points and Sydney Thomas scored 11 points.


Dacula 49, No. 5 Lanier 37: Aiyana Hamilton led the way for Dacula with 13 points and Alex Criscolo scored 11 points.

Alexander 42, New Manchester 39: Chloe Pollock and MaryKate Eubanks scored 8 points each while Jenuwin Drayton and Kiara Watson (17 rebounds) each scored 7 in the win for Alexander.

Johns Creek 35, Dunwoody 31: Carson Tanguilig led with 17 points while senior Angelicia Franklin made 2 free throws late in the game to clinich it on senior night.

Coffee 53, Tift County 51: Coffee hit a three at the buzzer to send the game to overtime. In overtime, Tift County’s game-tying jumper came just after the buzzer, giving the Lady Trojans a win on Senior Night. Yasha Merritt had 14 points and 21 rebounds for Coffee while Aerieonna Tucker added 11 points and 9 rebounds.


No. 3 Harris County 65, Manchester 24: Jessika Carter notched a double-double with 19 points and 10 rebounds, while also rejecting 6 shots.

Class AAAA

No. 5 Luella 85, Hampton 48: Kamya Hollingshed scored 34 points for Luella and Zee Bankston added 12 points.

Class AAA

Haralson County 57, Calhoun 48: Anna George scored 20 points to help trim the deficit from 27 points to 6 in the fourth quarter, but it wasn’t enough for Calhoun.

Jackson County 43, Monroe Area 31: Carlie Anderson led Jackson County with 20 points en route to their first region victory of the year.

Class AA

No. 2 Banks County 62, No. 7 Rabun County 43: Maddie Thomas led Banks County with 16 points, Amber Williams added 12, and Allison Smith scored 11 points.

No. 10 Dodge County 54, Hawkinsville 31: Europe Brown led Dodge County with 12 points, Kylie Hart added 11, and LaShauna Coley contributed 9 points in the win.

Bleckley County 52, Northside-Warner Robins 46: Jahnaria Brown unofficially netted a quadruple-double on the night: 21 points, 15 rebounds, 11 assists, and 10 assists.

Bryan County 56, Long County 40: Olonna Rawls put up 24 points, 7 rebounds, and 4 assists while Jay Black added 11 points and 15 rebounds.

Class A-Public

Class A-Private

Prince Ave Christian 61, Towns County 43: Armstrong led Prince Ave. with 16 points, Madison Britt scored 13 points, and Janie Henderson added 8 points in the win.