The Chestatee High girls basketball team overcame a six-point deficit in the fourth quarter to defeat Creekview 50-48 and stay unbeaten in subregion play on Tuesday in Canton.
With the win, the Lady War Eagles (9-6, 4-0 Region 7A-AAA) have now won five straight games since starting the season 4-6. The win also snaps a seven-game winning streak for Creekview (11-4, 3-1).
Peyton Roberston recorded a double-double for Chestatee with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Shelby Bright added 11 points for the Lady War Eagles.
Chestatee visits Gilmer at 7 p.m. Friday. The winner will move into first place in 7A-AAA.
Chestatee boys 54, Creekview 48
An 18-point lead at halftime was the difference maker as the War Eagles defeated Class AAA’s eighth-ranked Creekview on Tuesday in Canton.
Andrew Gibson and Brandon Smith each scored 13 points for Chestatee (6-9, 2-2 Region 7A-AAA).
Andy Olivier led Creekview with 20 points.
Chestatee visits Gilmer at 8:30 p.m. Friday.
West Forsyth boys 60, West Hall 56
The Spartans outscored West Forsyth 41-34 in the second half, but were unable to finish off the rally on Tuesday in Cumming.
Shunquez Stephens led West Hall (14-2, 0-1 Region 7B-AAA) with 22 points. Marquise Stephens added 11 points.
Kris Drees scored 16 points for West Forsyth. John Benedict added 15 for the Wolverines.
West Hall plays host to Johnson at 8:30 p.m. Friday.
West Forsyth girls 42, West Hall 38
Jayla Moon scored 21 points for the Lady Spartans in their subregion opener on Tuesday in Cumming.
Megan Whittaker and Kelsey Turchi each scored 13 points for West Forsyth.
West Hall (6-9, 0-1 7B-AAA) plays host to Johnson at 7 p.m. Friday.
East Hall boys 75, Johnson 63
Charles Perry hit all 12 of his free throws and finished as the Vikings' (7-4, 1-0 Region 7B-AAA) leading scorer with 15 points in a 75-63 win against Johnson on Tuesday night. Kymmon Woods finished with 13 for East Hall. Brandon Finch led Johnson with 16 points.
East Hall plays host to Flowery Branch at 8:30 p.m. on Friday at Valhalla. Johnson visits West Hall on Friday.
Lakeview Academy 82, Social Circle 53
Tyler Ward scored a career-high 31 points as the Lions cruised to a region win on Tuesday in Gainesville.
Ross Beigler also scored in double figures for Lakeview (10-6, 6-1 Region 8-A), with 12 points.
Terrance Williams led Social Circle with 10 points.
Lakeview visits Towns County at 8:30 p.m. Friday.
Lakeview Academy girls 46, Social Circle 38
Maddie Haymore scored 15 points and Brittany Moore added 12 points as the Lady Lions stayed unbeaten in region play on Tuesday in Gainesville.
Shermika Harris and Maritza Heard each scored 11 points for Social Circle.
Lakeview (9-3, 7-0 Region 8-A) visits Towns County at 7 p.m. Friday.
North Hall boys 56, Gilmer 18
The Trojans jumped out to a 19-point lead in the first quarter and cruised to a subregion win on Tuesday in Gainesville.
Trevor Ross, Chris Cruz and Chris Barnes led 12 different North Hall (10-5, 4-0 Region 7A-AAA) scorers with nine points each.
Nick Pritchett led Gilmer with nine points.
North Hall visits White County at 8:30 p.m. Friday.
Riverside Military boys 74, Fannin County 61
Josh Davis scored 21 points and Richard Tribble and Dylan Setzekorn each scored 19 points for the Eagles on Tuesday in Blue Ridge.
Jordan Farmer led Fannin County with 14 points.
Riverside (3-5, 2-2 Region 8A-AA) visits Dawson County at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
White County boys 46, Lumpkin County 41
Tyler Dotson scored 15 points and Luke Crumley added 10 points for the Warriors on Tuesday in Cleveland.
Chris Guthrie was the lone Lumpkin County scorer in double digits with 10 points.
White County (4-11, 2-2 Region 7A-AAA) plays host to North Hall at 8:30 p.m. Lumpkin County (7-6, 3-2) plays host to West Forsyth at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
Lumpkin County girls 59, White County 55
Ashley Brown scored 23 points and had seven rebounds for the Lady Indians in their first subregion win of the season on Tuesday in Cleveland.
Cara Malone also scored in double figures for Lumpkin County (2-11, 1-4 Region 7A-AAA), with 14 points. Kayna Clemmons led the Lady Indians with eight rebounds.
Lumpkin County plays host to West Forsyth at 6 p.m. Saturday. White County (4-9, 0-4) plays host to North Hall at 7 p.m., Friday.
Buford girls 60, Greater Atlanta Christian 44
Blanche Alverson led Class AA’s fourth-ranked Lady Wolves with 15 points on Tuesday in Buford.
Andraya Carter scored 12 points for Buford (12-1, 4-0 Region 6-AA). Alysha Rudnik added 10 points.
Clarke Boards led Greater Atlanta Christian with 12 points.
Buford visits Decatur at 7 p.m. Friday.
Dawson County boys 37, Union County 27
The Tigers picked up their sixth straight win in a defensive-minded triumph on Tuesday in Blairsville.
Blyth Chester led Dawson County (10-3, 4-0 Region 8A-AA) with 14 points. Trey Thomas led Union County with eight points.
Dawson County plays host to Riverside Military at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Banks County boys 73, Oglethorpe County 60
Kevin Daniel scored 24 points for the Leopards in a subregion win on Tuesday in Lexington.
Brett Armour scored 19 points for Banks County (11-3, 3-1 Region 8B-AA). Kane Duncan added 12 points.
Chad Callaway led Oglethorpe County with 14 points.
Banks County plays host to North Oconee at 8:30 p.m. Friday.
Jefferson boys 66, Rabun County 61
Darius Minor led the Dragons with 18 points on Tuesday in Tiger.
Tab Martin scored 13 points for Jefferson (10-3). Chris Beck added 11 points for the Dragons.
Jefferson plays host to Oglethorpe County at 8:30 p.m. Friday.
West Hall splits three-team meet
The Spartans edged North Hall 42-36 and lost to Oconee County 42-30 on Tuesday in Oakwood.
Chris Price and Zach Latham each had two pins for West Hall. Tanner Yates, Andrew Johnson, Rudy Vazquez and Omar Lopez each had one pin for the Spartans.
North Hall also lost 43-33 to Oconee. Nick Quinn (135 pounds) and Stephen Flanagan (285) each had two pins for the Trojans.
West Hall plays host to Meadowcreek and Riverside Military at 5 p.m. Tuesday.
North Hall plays host to Jackson County, Banks County and Johnson at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday.
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