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High school scoreboard: Dec. 29
Dawson County claims Battle of the States title
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Will Anglin scored a career-high 26 points for the Dawson County boys in a 62-22 win against Murphy (N.C.) in the championship game of the Battle of the States tournament on Saturday at Towns County High in Hiawassee.

Cameron Chester scored eight for the Tigers and tournament MVP Tyler Dominy finished with seven.

With the win, the Tigers are 13-0, and visit East Hall at 8:30 on Friday in Gainesville.

CHESTATEE BOYS 84, CHATTOOGA 66: Jordan Stubblefield scored a team-high 19 points and the War Eagles won their final game of the Comcast Christmas Classic basketball tournament Saturday at LaFayette High in LaFayette.

Aaron Manders added 13 points and 11 rebounds for Chestatee, and Jordan Pulliam, who made the all-tournament team, had 12 points and seven assists.

Jordan DeGraff and Ryan Barnes each scored 11 points for the War Eagles.

JOHNSON BOYS 67, DOUGLASS 51: Montrell McKenzie had 15 points and 14 rebounds to lead the Knights to a win Saturday in a consolation game on the final day of the Chris Mance Memorial Big Red Shootout in Gainesville.

James Hodges scored a team-high 16 points for Johnson (11-4), Carter Cagle added 11 points and Ty Cockfield had 10 points and six assists, as the Knights pulled away in the second half after leading by one at the break.

ALLATOONA GIRLS 50, CHESTATEE 47: Maegan Kenimer scored 17 points and Erin Clifford added 16 for the Lady War Eagles on Saturday against Allatoona.

Chestatee led by three points at the half, but was outscored 27-22 the rest of the way.

ST. PETERSBURG (Fla.) BOYS 72, EAST HALL 69, OT: The Vikings lost on a 35-foot buzzer-beater in overtime in the final round of the Great Florida Shootout on Saturday in Kissimmee, Fla. to finish the tournament in eighth place.

Brian Edwards, who was named to the all-tournament team, finished with a team-high 17 points for East Hall.

Hayden Chapman and Daniel McCreavy each added 12 for the Vikings.

East Hall visits Buford on Wednesday.

PACE ACADEMY GIRLS 41, LUMPKIN COUNTY 39: Morgan Wood led all scorers with 17 points for the Lady Indians, but it wasn’t enough Saturday in the third round of the Westminster Holiday Classic.

Dakota Sullens added 12 points for Lumpkin County.

WESLEYAN GIRLS 59, BUFORD 53: Kaela Davis led the Lady Wolves with 19 points and Camille Anderson added 13 on Saturday.

RIVER RIDGE GIRLS 47, CHESTATEE 34 (Friday): Bridgette Kelly scored eight points for the Lady War Eagles on Friday against River Ridge.

DAWSON COUNTY GIRLS 66, GORDON LEE 52 (Friday): Sheyenne Seabolt scored 23 points for the second consecutive night to lead the Lady Tigers past the two-time defending tournament champs in the semifinals of the Battle of the States Tournament on Friday in Hiawassee.

Allie Costley added 14 points and 10 rebounds for Dawson County (11-1), Carly Gilreath scored 13 points and Seabolt added nine rebounds.

Will Davidson, Edward Vergara, Corey Reece, and Kintavious Johnson all won individual titles and East Hall finished third at the Amicolola Classic in Dawsonville.

Felton Wood, Tyler Thomas and JD Holloway all finished as runners-up in their respective classes, while Xavier Summers finished third and Shihiem Hughey fourth.

NORTH HALL FINISHES THIRD: The Trojans finished third at the Lambert Hookem Holiday Clash Tournament on Saturday at Lanier High in Sugar Hill.

Taylor Marrett, Andy Voss and Tyler Kratzer all finished first individually for North Hall, and Michael Carew finished second.

CHESTATEE TAKES SIXTH: Bartolo Velasquez finished first for the War Eagles and Christian Zapatero earned second in the Shane’s Rib Shack Holiday Clash at Lambert High on Saturday. Austin Donaldson finished fifth for Chestatee, while Baker McCormack took seventh.

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

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