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High school scoreboard: Nov. 29
West Hall edged by Jefferson in OT
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North Georgia College & State University shot 56.2 percent from the field and had four players finish with double-digit point totals as the Saints cruised to a 108-81 road victory over Truett-McConnell College on Wednesday night.

The win improves the Saints to 4-2 for the season and the 27-point margin is the largest victory for North Georgia since a 105-78 victory over Mars Hill College on Nov. 12, 2011.

North Georgia hit on 41 of their 73 looks from the field and sank 13 shots from three-point range (48.1 percent).

Lamar Richardson and Flowery Branch graduate Ishmael Hollis led the scoring for the Saints as both logged 23 points, but Hollis was more efficient from the field as he went 10-15 with a trio of 3-pointers, to go along with eight rebounds and a pair of blocks.

Richardson led all players with six 3-pointers and added six assists.

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