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High school scoreboard: Cole leads Gainesville's girls to golf tourney win
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Camryn Cole carded a 38 to earn low-medalist honors in Gainesville’s win on Tuesday at Chattahoochee Golf Course in Gainesville.

Gainesville’s 95 was seven-shots better than second-place Dawson County. Johnson finished third with a team score of 111.

LeeAnn Noble had the next lowest score for Gainesville, shooting a 57.

The Lady Red Elephants return to action at 4 p.m. today against Habersham Central at Apple Mountain Golf Course.


Chestatee boys 4, Gilmer 1

Max Gingles and Abraham Montoya won in straight sets for the War Eagles on Tuesday.

Chestatee’s (7-6, 4-3 Region 7A-AAA) doubles teams of Scott McConnell/Justin Byers and Matt Olson/Graham Kosiba also earned straight set wins over Gilmer’s doubles teams of Nick Prichett/Parker Johnson and Will Gavis/Spencer Morris.

Flowery Branch girls 4, West Hall 1

Jennica Ramey, Megan Grewett and Morgan Ruiz each earned singles wins for the Lady Falcons on Tuesday.

The Flowery Branch doubles team of Morgan Reed and Lindsey Shaw and the West Hall doubles team of Chelsea Britt and Alex Wright also earned wins on the day.

West Hall boys 5, Flowery Branch 0

The Spartans swept Flowery Branch in straight sets Tuesday to improve to 4-1 in Region 7B-AAA.
Brenden Worth, Jimmy Kincaid and Tyler Burgamy all won in singles, while the teams of Kyle Weatherly/Connor McFall and Andrew Johnson/Nathan Turner were victorious in doubles.

West Hall plays host to West Forsyth on Thursday.

Johnson girls 5, Gainesville 0

The Lady Knights recorded straight-set victories in all five matches to defeat Gainesville on Tuesday at Longwood Park.
Cady Nix, Kamy Field and Katie Clark each won in singles, while the teams of Laura Gazaway/Annabeth Peace and Clair Crain/Harlee Robson won in doubles.

Gainesville boys 3, Johnson 2

A sweep in the doubles matches propelled fourth-ranked Gainesville to a win Tuesday.

After Whit Carmon and Connor McMorrow won in singles to give Johnson a 2-1 lead, the teams of Louis Hokayem/Corey McDonald and Drew Denning/Robbie Bilbrough won in straight sets to secure the win.

Gainesville also got a win from Ryan Joiner at No. 1 singles.

Pickens boys 3, North Hall 2

Pickens swept all three singles matches to give North Hall its second subregion loss of the year Tuesday.

The Trojans (5-6, 5-2 Region 7A-AAA) got wins in doubles from the teams of Scott Swanson/Michael Franze and Will Bennett/Jack Hortenstine.

North Hall plays host to Gilmer on Thursday.

Buford boys 5, Lakeview Academy 0 (Friday)

Ben Hunter, Preston Benson and Andrew won in singles in straight sets for the Wolves last Friday in Gainesville.

The team of Michael Becker and David Markes and the team of Bryce Benson and Matthew Gates completed the sweep in doubles for Buford.

Buford plays host to Greater Atlanta Christian at 4 p.m. Thursday. Lakeview Academy plays host to Commerce at 4 p.m. Thursday.

Lakeview Academy girls 5, Buford 0 (Friday)

The Lady Wolves swept singles, led by Audrey Marlette, Jordan Poole and Kelley Cohron last Friday in Gainesville.
The team of Cortland West and Michelle Hanley and the team of Jancy Burge and Kathryn Bradshaw secured the shutout for Buford.

Buford plays host to Greater Atlanta Christian at 4 p.m. Thursday. Lakeview Academy plays host to Commerce at 4 p.m. Thursday.


West Forsyth girls 3, Chestatee 2
Senior Megan Fligg scored twice in the first half for the Lady War Eagles (7-3-1, 3-3 Region 7-AAA) on Tuesday night at War Eagles Stadium.

West Forsyth’s Allie Sweeney headed in a corner kick to tie the score at 2-all, then sped past the right defenders moments later to power in the eventual game-winning goal. Kacey McInerney scored for the Lady Wolverines (6-1, 4-1) in the first half.
Chestatee visits White County on Thursday in Cleveland.

High school results may be reported by 10:30 p.m. by calling 770-718-3406, e-mail Results reported after deadline will appear in the following day’s paper.

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