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High school scoreboard: Jan. 21
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Schyler Miller recorded 21 points to lead the Lakeview Academy girls as they rolled to a 62-23 win against Providence Christian Academy on Tuesday in Lilburn.

Ainsley Cash added 14 points for the Lady Lions, who played every member of the team.

Lakeview Academy hosts Athens Christian on Friday in Gainesville.

PROVIDENCE CHRISTIAN BOYS 63, LAKEVIEW ACADEMY 55: The Avery brothers led the Lions in double-figures on Tuesday in Lilburn.

Patrick Avery notched 19 points for Lakeview Academy (10-8), and Paul Avery had 11.

The Lions play host to Athens Christian on Friday.

GAINESVILLE GIRLS 58, WINDER-BARROW 27: Bessie Winston paced Gainesville with eight points on Tuesday in Gainesville, but five other players played a big role in the team effort as well.

Taylor Hawks, Tanai Watson, Kayla Kelly, Shikiya Brown and Sophia Jackson all scored six points for the Lady Red Elephants (15-4, 9-2 Region 8-AAAAA).

Gainesville visits Heritage at 7 p.m. on Friday in Conyers.

GAINESVILLE BOYS 63, WINDER-BARROW 52: Luke Maddox’s 22 points led the Red Elephants on Tuesday in Gainesville.

Nam Van Dulm added 14 for Gainesville (11-8), which visits Heritage on Friday in Conyers.

JOHNSON BOYS 76, ATHENS CHRISTAN 67: The Knights trailed for a good portion of Tuesday’s game in Oakwood but were able to pull away in the final four minutes, outscoring Athens Christian 14-5 to earn the win.

James Hodges led Johnson with 22 second-half points for 28 total and 12 rebounds. Ty Cockfield notched 13 points and eight rebounds for the Knights (15-4), and Justin Jones and Carter Cagle each chipped in with 11 points and four rebounds.

Johnson visits Eastside at 7:30 p.m. Friday in Covington.

BUFORD GIRLS 47, BANKS COUNTY 45: Camille Anderson led the Lady Wolves with 13 points on Tuesday in Homer.

Caitlyn Dawkins added 11 for Buford (17-1, 9-0 Region 7-AAA), which visits Fannin County on Friday in Blue Ridge.

Kaitlyn Duncan notched a game-high 22 points for the Lady Leopards.

EAST HALL GIRLS 60, NORTH HALL 47: Jatasia Bailey notched 25 points for the Lady Vikings on Tuesday in Gainesville.

Chelsea Dale put up 15 for East Hall (10-9, 3-6 Region 7-AAA), which plays host to Dawson County on Friday.

For North Hall, Sydney Cleveland tallied 14 points, Sadie Cleveland had 11, and Katie Sayres added 10.

EAST HALL BOYS 63, NORTH HALL 55: Caleb Holtzclaw led the Vikings with 12 points, while Elijah Lipscomb chipped in nine on Tuesday in Gainesville. 

Carson Heinen led the Trojans with 16 points.

Evan Easton notched 15 for North Hall (4-13, 2-6 Region 7-AAA). Matt Booth and Harrison Lovell added seven each.

North Hall visits White County on Friday in Cleveland. East Hall hosts Dawson County in Gainesville. 

CHESTATEE GIRLS 54, WALNUT GROVE 28: Bridgette Kelly’s 20 points paced the Lady War Eagles on Tuesday in Loganville.

Savanna Long notched 13 for Chestatee (17-3, 5-0 Region 8-AAAA), and Tyler Bennett added eight.

The Lady War Eagles visit Gilmer at 6 p.m. Saturday in Ellijay.

WEST HALL BOYS 80, FANNIN COUNTY 61: Tyquan Statham scored a game-high 29 points for the Spartans on Tuesday in Oakwood.

Hunter Atkinson finished with 12 points for West Hall (8-9, 3-5 Region 7-AAA). Luke Castillo and Mason Gaines each added 10 in the winning effort.

The Spartans visit Banks County at 8:30 p.m. Friday in Homer.

APALACHEE BOYS 74, FLOWERY BRANCH 57: Cody Dewing put up 19 points to lead the Falcons on Tuesday in Flowery Branch.

Hunter Konuszewski added 12 points for Flowery Branch (4-14, 1-10 Region 8-AAAAA), which plays host to Cedar Shoals on Friday.

FLOWERY BRANCH GIRLS 43, APALACHEE 17: Breanna Locke scored 10 points to lead the Lady Falcons on Tuesday.

Kylah Mize and Kierra Knight each added nine for Flowery Branch (10-8, 7-4 Region 8-AAAAA).

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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