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Lazaria Spearman

ATHENS — The Dacula girls basketball team pulled out a 60-56 win Thursday night at Cedar Shoals.

Lazaria Spearman led the Falcons (7-1) with 15 points. Teammate Nyla Rose Moore had 13 points, and Keyanna Gibbs scored 12.


Shiloh 87, Inspire Prep (Fla.) 65

UMATILLA, Fla. — Shiloh stayed unbeaten with an 87-65 victory over Inspire Prep (Fla.) Thursday in the Florida Elks Holiday Classic.

The Generals are now 11-0 on the season.


Wesleyan sweeps West Forsyth

PEACHTREE CORNERS — Wesleyan won the boys and girls divisions of a Thursday meet with West Forsyth.

The Wolves posted a 186-107 victory in the girls meet along with a 173-136 win in the boys division.

The Wesleyan girls team got victories from Caroline Willis (200-yard freestyle, 2 minutes, 26.04 seconds), Caroline Stewart (200 individual medley, 2:33.53 and 100 breaststroke, 1:15.70), Carson Schiller (50 free, 25.95 and 100 free, 58.11) and Sophie Villa (500 free, 6:45.86).

Individual winners for the Wesleyan boys were Colton Villa (200 free, 1:52.51), Christopher Harrell (50 free, 22.58), Jacob Price (diving, 246.20), Julian Fernandes (500 free, 5:56.21) and Henry Wasmuth (100 backstroke, 58.23).


Buford defeats North

BUFORD — Morgan Adams shot a state qualifying score of 295 and Buford edged North Gwinnett 1,137-1,134 on Thursday.

The Wolves also got top scores from Austin Cagle (286), Bray Davis (278) and Nathan Fields (278). North's top shooter was Alysa Walter (288).

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