Cherokee 83, Mt. Bethel 43
The Warriors (2-2) advanced to the Rader Classic Championship with the blowout win over Mt. Bethel (1-3) on Monday night.
Braylin Giddens set the tone with a 17-point first half and finished the game with 22 points. Cam Pope also scored 22, converting three 3-pointers in the process. The Warriors had 10 different players score in the game.
Grayson 62, Etowah 55
Tyrese Elliot had a game-high 21 points as Grayson (2-1) survived Etowah (2-1). Brandon Rechsteiner scored 20 points in another excellent game for the Eagles. Josh Hughes had the best game of his career with a 13-point double-double. Mason Etter added 11 points.
Woodstock 67, King’s Academy 46
Woodstock (1-3) tallied its first win of the year at the Wolverine Classic as it defeated King’s Academy (4-4) by over 20 points.
Landon Stubblefield continued his hot start this season with a team-leading 22 points. Quentin Rake added 13 points as the pair combined for over half of the Wolverines’ scoring output.
Sequoyah 67, New Faith 61
The Chiefs (2-0) picked up the six-point win over New Faith (4-3) with a balanced offensive performance. Five Sequoyah players scored in double figures, led by Dylan Wolle with 16. Preston Parker and Conner Harris each scored 12 points to secure a win at the Gainesville Classic.
Cherokee 52, Sequoyah 38
Etowah 49, Starr’s Mill 36
The Lady Eagles (2-2) took down Starr’s Mill (1-3) by 13 behind Megan Reed and Kennedy Johnson’s nine points each. Kiersten James had eight points as Etowah spread the ball around all game.
Woodstock 60, Pine Forest 59
The Lady Wolverines (3-1) escaped with a one-point win over Pine Forest (2-1). Casey Miller exploded for 27 points in the win, backed by Bridget Utberg’s 16 and Karson Martin’s 15. Monday’s game marked Woodstock’s third straight win.
Creekview 74, Arlington Christian 35
Creekview (2-2) set a new season-high in scoring by over 30 as it emphatically defeated Arlington Christian (2-2). The Lady Grizzlies recorded 20 assists as a team and were led in scoring by Abby Martin’s 12 points. Mackenzie Brown followed with nine points, three rebounds and two assists.