The Johnson Knights stayed undefeated Friday night with a 96-83 win against Chestatee in Gainesville.
Johnson (7-0) was led by Ty Cockfield with 31 points and seven rebounds. Montrell McKenzie had 19 points and 10 rebounds. James Hodges and Carter Cagle each scored 13 points. Drew Dunham fell just one point shy of a triple-double, with nine points, 12 assists and 10 rebounds.
Chestatee was led by Keelan Passmore with 18 points and Jordan Stubblefield with 16.
Johnson travels to West Hall at 7:30 tonight in Oakwood while Chestatee plays host to Forsyth Central at 5:30 this evening in Gainesville.
CHESTATEE GIRLS 48, JOHNSON 20: Maegan Kenimer led the Lady War Eagles with nine points in a win against Johnson on Tuesday in Gainesville.
Erin Clifford, Katie Arthur and Kayla Watson added eight points each.
Chestatee faces Forsyth Central at 4 p.m. today in Gainesville.
FLOWERY BRANCH GIRLS 55, APALACHEE 36: The Flowery Branch Lady Falcons continued their unbeaten streak as Tavia Sykes scored 25 points en route to a win against Apalachee on Friday in Flowery Branch.
Jacy Ramey and Heather Moore each added nine points for Flowery Branch (5-0, 4-0 Region 8-AAAAA).
The Lady Falcons face Dacula at 4 p.m. today in Flowery Branch.
WEST HALL GIRLS 45, WESTMINSTER 38: Kaelyn Gattis tallied 12 points and Maia Booker added 10 for West Hall in a win against Westminster on Friday in Oakwood.
LeNiesha Kearse added eight points for the Lady Spartans (3-2), who play host to Johnson at 6 p.m. tonight in Oakwood.
TOWNS COUNTY GIRLS 65, LAKEVIEW 35: Stephanie Patton led Towns County with 29 points in a win against Lakeview on Friday in Hiawassee.
Eryn Cochran added 12 points for the Lady Indians.
For Lakeview, Taylor Handte tallied 16 points.
Towns County travels to Hiwassee Dam, N.C., at 6 tonight, while Lakeview plays host to George Walton Academy at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
LAKEVIEW BOYS 70, TOWNS COUNTY 32: Austin Montgomery scored 23 points for Lakeview against Towns County on Friday in Hiawassee.
Caleb Faulkner added 12 points for the Lions (5-2).
Towns County travels to Hiwassee Dam, N.C. at 7:30 tonight, while Lakeview plays host to George Walton Academy at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
LUMPKIN COUNTY BOYS 56, WHITE COUNTY 54: Daniel McCrary tallied 24 points and Jacob Haskell scored 10 as the Indians beat White County on Friday in Cleveland.
Lumpkin County plays host to Union County at 8:30 tonight at Lumpkin County Middle School in Dahlonega. White County travels to West Hall on Tuesday in Oakwood.
WHITE COUNTY GIRLS 37, LUMPKIN COUNTY 27: White County’s Paige Thomas scored 10 points for the Lady Warriors (4-1) as they defeated Lumpkin County on Friday in Cleveland.
The Lady Indians (2-5) were paced by Morgan Wood with 11 points.
Lumpkin County plays host to Union County at 7 tonight at Lumpkin County Middle School in Dahlonega. White County travels to West Hall on Tuesday in Oakwood.
DAWSON COUNTY BOYS 39, BANKS COUNTY 33: Gunnar Armstrong paced the Tigers with 14 points against the Leopards on Friday in Dawsonville.
Tyler Dominy added 11 for Dawson County (4-0).
For Banks County, Zac Orr led the team with 11 points.
Dawson County faces Pacelli at 7:30 tonight in Dawsonville, while Banks County plays host to Commerce at 5:30 this evening in Homer.
BANKS COUNTY GIRLS 66, DAWSON COUNTY 58: Taylor Kennedy and Lauren Carter each put up 14 points for the Lady Leopards in a win against Dawson County on Friday in Dawsonville.
Kaitlyn Duncan added 11 points for Banks County (4-1, 1-0 Region 7-AAA).
Dawson County was led by Carly Gilreath and Karlie Bearden with 13 points each, and Sheyenne Seabolt had 12.
The Lady Leopards play host to Commerce at 4 p.m. today in Homer, and Dawson County faces Pacelli at 6 tonight in Dawsonville.
PINECREST ACADEMY BOYS 64, RIVERSIDE 57: Adrian Humphrey led the Eagles with 17 points and Jake Weiner added 15 as Riverside fell to Pinecrest Academy on Friday in Gainesville.
Riverside (2-1) returns to action against Tallulah Falls at 3:30 p.m. today in Gainesville.
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