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High school scoreboard: Nov. 27

POSTED: November 27, 2012 10:29 p.m.

Johnson’s Montrell McKenzie finished with 18 points and 13 rebounds in a 61-58 win against Lakeview Academy on Tuesday in Oakwood. Carter Cagle had 15 points and six rebounds for the Knights, Roderick English had 10 points, and Drew Dunham chipped in seven points, six rebounds, and six assists.

Austin Montgomery led Lakeview Academy throughout the game, tallying 30 points and 10 rebounds. Joel Larsen added 10 points for the Lions.

Johnson visits Lanier on Friday in Sugar Hill, while Lakeview Academy plays host to Lumpkin County on Friday in Gainesville.

LAKEVIEW GIRLS 65, JOHNSON 32: Taylor Handte led Lakeview Academy with 14 points in Oakwood.

Schyler Miller and Katie White each added 11 points for Lakeview (2-1), and Danielle Morgan had eight.

For Johnson, Ariel Collins and Sarah Hodge led the team with nine points each.

The Lady Lions host Lumpkin County on Friday in Gainesville.

FLOWERY BRANCH GIRLS 63, SALEM 52: Tavia Sykes scored 20 points for Flowery Branch on Tuesday in Flowery Branch.

Marissa Ivey had 16 points for Flowery Branch, and Heather Moore and Jacy Ramey each added 10.

DAWSON COUNTY BOYS 55, LUMPKIN COUNTY 36: Tyler Dominy led the Tigers with 17 points in a win over Lumpkin County on Tuesday in Dahlonega.

Lucas Pain added 12 points for Dawson County.

Lumpkin County was led by Jonathan Gilreath with 10 points and Daniel McCrary with six.

Dawson County plays host to Lumpkin County at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday in Dawsonville.

DAWSON COUNTY GIRLS 49, LUMPKIN COUNTY 26: Carly Gilreath scored 18 points in Dahlonega. Sheyenne Seabolt added nine points and eight rebounds for the Lady Tigers, who host Lumpkin County on Saturday.

CHESTATEE BOYS 74, PICKENS 65: Justin Jones tallied 27 points for the War Eagles in a win over Pickens on Tuesday.

Keelan Passmore added 16 for Chestatee, and Jordan Stubblefield had 12.

The War Eagles visit Stephens County at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Toccoa.

CHESTATEE GIRLS 45, PICKENS 40: Maegan Kenimer scored 16 points and tallied seven rebounds for Chestatee in a win over Pickens on Tuesday.

Bridgette Kelly scored 11 points, and Erin Clifford had 10 for the Lady War Eagles.

Chestatee travels to Stephens County at 6 p.m. Tuesday in Toccoa.

BUFORD BOYS 59, MILTON 41: Kyle Doyle recorded 22 points for Buford in a win over Milton on Tuesday in Milton.

A.J. Davis added 15 points for the Wolves (1-1).

Buford visits Eagle’s Landing on Saturday in McDonough.

GILMER BOYS 64, WHITE COUNTY 56: Spencer Adams scored 12 points, and Rand Rowland added 10 in the Warriors’ first loss of the season Tuesday in Cleveland.

The Warriors (2-1) host Pickens on Friday in Blairsville.

ST. PIUS GIRLS 50, WEST HALL 19: Maia Booker had a team-leading seven points as the Lady Spartans fell to St. Pius on Monday in Atlanta.

Kaelyn Gattis had four points and eight rebounds for West Hall (2-1).

The Lady Spartans travel to Jefferson at 6 p.m. Dec. 6 in Jefferson.

NORTH GEORGIA GIRLS 46, HORIZON CHRISTIAN 38 (MONDAY): The Lady Chargers defeated Horizon Christian Academy 46-38 on Monday night in Cumming. Julianne Sutton paced the Lady Chargers with a double-double effort, netting 19 points and 17 rebounds. Sarah Rhodes tallied 10 points, Jordan Ball had eight and Nicole Ball scored five points.

The Lady Chargers (2-1) face Unity Christian on Friday in Flowery Branch.

Wrestling

East Hall improved to 5-1 on the season with a 42-38 win over Winder-Barrow on Monday.
Varsity wins came from Will Davidson, CJ Guadlock, Edward Vergara, Corey Reese, Tyler Thomas, Kintavious Johnson and J.D. Holloway.

East Hall returns to action in the Panther Invitational at Jackson County High starting Friday in Jefferson.

High school results may be reported by 10:30 p.m. by calling 770-718-3406, or emailing sports@gainesvilletimes.com. Results reported after deadline will appear in the following day’s paper.


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