Hamilton Harper had 17 points and Chris Barnes had 14 to lead the North Hall boys basketball team to the 85-54 win over Hart County on Monday in Gainesville.
Kandler Coker had ten points and C.J. Curry added eight for a Trojans team that had 13 different players score points.
North Hall (1-0) visits Oconee County at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
CHESTATEE BOYS 60, OCONEE COUNTY 49: Keelan Tassmore led the War Eagles with 21 points and Cole Morgan chipped in 17 as Chestatee earned the season-opening win Monday at North Hall. .
Scott Chewning was the only other Chestatee player who scored in double digits with 10.
Chestatee (1-0) will play Hart County at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at Oconee County.
CHESTATEE GIRLS 41, OCONEE COUNTY 20: The Lady War Eagles jumped out to a 14-2 lead after the first quarter and Oconee County never got within 10 points the rest of the way as Chestatee won its season opener Monday at North Hall.
Peyton Robertson had 18 points and eight rebounds and Melissa Bailey added seven points and four rebounds for Chestatee (1-0), which will play Hart County at 3 p.m. Tuesday at Oconee County.
DAWSON COUNTY GIRLS 52, MOUNT PISGAH 27: Led by 12 points and five rebounds from junior Morgan Huber, the Lady Tigers earned their first win of the season Monday in the first round of the Turkey Classic at Hebron Christian.
Carly Gilreath scored 11 points for Dawson County (1-1), which will play in the championship game at 6 p.m. Tuesday against the winner of the Hebron Christian/Greenforest match up.
JACKSON COUNTY TAKES FIRST PLACE: The Panthers started off their season with a first place team finish this past weekend as Oglethorpe County played host to the Patriot Classic. Region 8-AA opponent Banks County finished a close second with Clarke Central and Elbert County finishing out the top four teams respectively.
Zach Moore (112 pounds), Ryan Shekey (130), Justin Brewer (140), Brandon Espinal (145), Cole Meaders (152) and Austin McDonald (215) each won their weight-class tournaments. Anthony Ledford (119) and Daivon Ledford (171) each placed second.
Jackson County returns to the mat Tuesday against White County and Franklin County at Gordon Street.