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High school scoreboard: Dec. 6
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James Hodges recorded his third-straight double-double for Johnson with 32 points and 10 rebounds in a 65-51 win against Lanier on Friday in Oakwood.

Carter Cagle also notched a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds, and Justin Jones had 10 points, six rebounds and five assists for the Knights.

Johnson returns to action in the Lanierland Tournament on Dec. 14 in Flowery Branch.

CHESTATEE GIRLS 48, RIVER RIDGE 47: Kayla Watson tallied 12 points for the Chestatee girls as they edged River Ridge on Friday in Gainesville.

Bridgette Kelly and Deanna Bradberry each notched 10 points for the Lady War Eagles.

Chestatee visits East Hall at 5:30 tonight in Gainesville.

WEST HALL GIRLS 47, WESTMINSTER 41 (OT): Jensen Hall hit five three pointers and finished with 18 points for West Hall on Friday in Atlanta.

Maia Booker added nine points and 10 rebounds for the Lady Spartans (4-1), and Macy Passmore had nine points.

West Hall plays host to White County for its first Region 7-AAA game at 6 p.m. Tuesday in Oakwood.

WEST HALL BOYS 54, WESTMINSTER 50: Tyquan Statham notched 17 points for the Spartans on Friday in Atlanta.

Hunter Atkinson added 15 for West Hall (3-2), which plays host to White County on Tuesday in Oakwood.

NORTH HALL GIRLS 50, EAST HALL 46: Sydney Cleveland notched a double-double with 19 points and 10 rebounds for the Lady Trojans on Friday in Gainesville.

Kensi Gillespie and Sadie Cleveland each added 11 points for North Hall (3-0, 1-0 Region 7-AAA), and Blair Stewart had 11 rebounds.

For East Hall, Jatasia Bailey recorded 16 points and Ashlyn Ellison had 12.

North Hall plays host to Banks County on Tuesday in Gainesville.

COMMERCE GIRLS 51, OGLETHORPE COUNTY 39: Hannah Davis tallied 12 points, 11 rebounds and five assists in what coach Rex Gregg called her “best game ever” for the Lady Tigers on Friday.

Lexi Knox added 12 points for Commerce (1-1), and Hannah McRee had 10.

The Lady Tigers visit Lakeview Academy on Tuesday in Gainesville.

LAKEVIEW ACADEMY GIRLS 56, TOWNS COUNTY 52: Hannah Grogan and Schyler Miller paced the Lady Lions with 12 points each on Friday in Gainesville.

Danielle Morgan added 11 points for Lakeview Academy (2-2), and Sam Versteeg had nine.

The Lady Lions play host to Commerce on Tuesday in Gainesville.

LAKEVIEW ACADEMY BOYS 66, TOWNS COUNTY 40: J.B. Britte notched 15 points for Lakeview Academy on Friday in Gainesville.

Kirk Schneider added 11 for the Lions (3-1), who play host to Commerce on Tuesday.

BANKS COUNTY GIRLS 58, DAWSON COUNTY 46: Kaitlyn Duncan recorded 21 points for the Lady Leopards on Friday in Homer.

Taylor Kennedy added 12 for Banks County (3-1), and Lauren Carter had eight.

For Dawson County, Sheyenne Seabolt had a double-double with 19 points and 10 rebounds, and Ashley Parker had one of her own with 13 points and 10 rebounds.

The Lady Leopards visit North Hall at 6 p.m. Tuesday in Gainesville.

DAWSON COUNTY BOYS 66, BANKS COUNTY 52: Levi Whitmire paced the Tigers with 20 points.

Lucas Pain added 16, Jackson Putnam had 11, and Cameron Millholland scored 10 for Dawson County (5-0, 2-0 Region 7-AAA).

For Banks County, Jim Nonable scored 23.

The Tigers visit Pickens on Tuesday in Jasper.

LUMPKIN COUNTY BOYS 59, UNION COUNTY 40: Jack Howard led the Indians (4-2) with 10 points as every Lumpkin County player scored on Friday night.

Johnathan Gilreath added eight points, and Cal Thrailkill had seven points for the Indians.

Dylan Coyne led Union County (2-1) with 10 points.

The teams meet again on Tuesday in Dahlonega.

JEFFERSON BOYS 73, FRANKLIN COUNTY 39: Satchel Turpin put up 21 points for the Dragons (4-1) on Friday in Jefferson.

Connor McCullough and Roc Young each added 10 points for the Dragons, who visit Social Circle on Dec. 13.

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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