BOYS

WOODSTOCK 72, ROME 69

With the game tied and overtime looming, Woodstock senior guard Rakim Thompson pulled up from the top of the key and drilled a 3-pointer as time expired lifting Woodstock to a win on Saturday. The win improved Woodstock’s record to 9-6, 0-2.

D.J. Potts-Heard led Woodstock with 22 points while Thompson finished with 20 points and Ezekiel Pettway added 16 points.

Woodstock will play next 7:30 p.m. on Friday at home against Lassiter.

CHEROKEE 76, POPE 71

Taihland Owens and Elijah Tucker combined for 53 points on 21-for-43 shooting as Cherokee defeated the host school Pope to advance to the Monday night’s championship game of the Hounds Holiday Hoop Classic. The win improved Cherokee’s record to 14-1.

Tucker added 10 rebounds while Owens added six rebounds and four steals. Bennett Ulm was the only other Warrior in double figures and finished with 10 points.

CHEROKEE 52, MOUNT PISGAH 49

Zach Vickers scored a team-high 19 points and pulled down a team-high nine rebounds as Cherokee won on the opening day of the Hounds Holiday Hoop Classic on Friday at Pope High School in Marietta. The win improved Cherokee’s record to 13-1.

Taihland Owens scored 18 points and added five rebounds while Elijah Tucker scored 10 points while adding eight rebounds.

WESTMINSTER 70, ETOWAH 67

Brock Rechsteiner finished with 21 points and Mason Etter finished with 18 points as Etowah fell on Friday during the first day of the Hounds Holiday Hoop Classic. The loss dropped Etowah’s record to 9-3.

HILLGROVE 59, ETOWAH 35

Etowah scored 13 first half points and was unable to recover as the Eagles fell on Saturday at Pope High School during the second day of the Hounds Holiday Hoop Classic. Etowah was without freshman standout Mason Etter who was nursing an injured ankle. The loss dropped Etowah’s record to 9-4.

GIRLS

PEBBLEBROOK 52, CREEKVIEW 40

Julia Craft and Savanna Mason each scored 10 points as the Lady Grizzlies finished in fourth place on the third and final day of the Campbell Holiday Classic on Saturday in Smyrna. The loss dropped the Creekview’s record to 7-8.

The Lady Grizzlies’ will play next at 5:30 p.m. on Friday at Sprayberry.

PEACHTREE RIDGE 56, CREEKVIEW 51

Julia Craft scored a team-high 13 points and added four rebounds as Creekview fell on Friday during the second day of the Campbell Holiday Classic. The loss dropped Creekview’s record to 7-7.

Kate Pridemore and Darsey Waters each scored 10 points for the Lady Grizzlies while Savanna Mason added eight points.

CREEKVIEW 60, RIDGE COMMUNITY (FL) 48

Julia Craft scored 20 points and added seven assists to help lead Creekview to a win on Thursday on the first day of the Campbell Holiday Classic. The win improved Creekview’s record to 7-6.

Savanna Mason scored 14 points and added five rebounds while Mackenzi Salas added 10 points and eight rebounds.

ETOWAH 75, APALACHEE 31

The Lady Eagles connected on 12 3-pointers as they won on Saturday during the second day of the Hound Holiday Hoops Classic on Saturday at Pope High School in Marietta. The win improved Etowah to 8-6.

Ally Zazzara led Etowah with 17 points and was complemented by Rachel Hugenberg’s 15 points.

KELL 67, ETOWAH 32

Jada Peterson scored a team-high 13 points and Ally Zazzara added six points as the Lady Eagles fell on Friday night during the first day of the Hounds Holiday Hoop Classic on Friday at Pope High School in Marietta. The loss dropped Etowah to 7-6.

WOODSTOCK 61, NORTH OCONEE 49

Carley Henderson scored a team-high 22 points while Bridget Utberg added 18 points as Woodstock won on the second day of the Classic City Classic at North Oconee High School in Watkinsville. The win improved Woodstock to 14-2.

The Lady Wolverines will play next at 6 p.m. on Friday at home against Lassiter.

TIFT COUNTY 67, WOODSTOCK 59

Bridget Utberg scored a team-high 26 points but Woodstock fell on Friday during the first day of the Classic City Clash tournament in Watkinsville. The loss dropped Woodstock’s record to 13-2.

Karson Martin scored 12 points and Savannah Casey added eight points.

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