Jason Adams

DACULA – Dacula girls basketball coach Jason Adams won his 200th career game as the host Falcons won their season opener over visiting South Gwinnett 56-35 on Tuesday.

Lazaria Spearman led Dacula with 15 points and 15 rebounds. Jin Sileo added 10 points while Haneefat Adanijo notched seven points and seven rebounds. Nyla Moore and Keyanna Gibbs each scored eight points.


Discovery 45, Jonesboro 36

LAWRENCEVILLE – Discovery opened its season with a 45-36 win over visiting Jonesboro on Tuesday. Akaya Chaney led the Titans (1-0) with 19 points. Keyara Wooden scored 10 while Janiece Long chipped in with eight.

Archer 58, Mountain View 38

LAWRENCEVILLE – Archer downed host Mountain View 58-38 on Tuesday. Taniya McGowan led the Tigers (1-0) with 17 points while teammate Cazia Nelson scored 14.

Grayson 75, Maynard Jackson 41

LOGANVILLE – Nyelle Lee scored 27 points to lead Grayson past visiting Maynard Jackson 75-41 on Tuesday.

Victoria Dames added 24 points while Catherine Alben stuffed the stat sheet with 18 points, six rebounds and six assists.

Rockdale 61, Parkview 58

LILBURN – Rockdale hit a 3-point shot at the buzzer to stun host Parkview 61-58 on Tuesday. The Panthers (0-1) were led by Sussy Ngulefac, who posted 22 points. Lily Hart and Alex Norwood contributed 14 and nine points, respectively.

Campbell 62, Shiloh 48

SMYRNA – Campbell downed visiting Shiloh 62-48 on Tuesday. Kayla Allen paced the Generals (0-1) with 20 points while Philli King scored 14.

Holy Innocents' 56, Brookwood 37

SNELLVILLE – Holy Innocents' defeated Brookwood 56-37 on Tuesday in the season opener for the Broncos (0-1).

Hebron Christian 79, Chamblee 21

DACULA – Hebron Chrsitian routed visiting Chamblee 79-21 in its season opener on Tuesday.

Carly Heidger led the Lions (1-0) with 18 points and six rebounds. Nicole Azar also put in 18 points to go along with her five steals and four assists. Carly Fahey provided 10 points, eight steals and six assists while Malia Fisher scored nine points and pulled down six rebounds.

Wesleyan 65, Greenforest 52

PEACHTREE CORNERS – Wesleyan defeated Greenforest 65-52 on Tuesday behind Avyonce Carter's 19 points. Paige Lyons scored 15 while Alyssa Phillips added 14 for the Wolves (1-0).


Archer 80, Mountain View 40

LAWRENCEVILLE – Archer doubled up host Mountain View 80-40 on Tuesday. Brent Smith led the Tigers (1-0) with 20 points and eight rebounds. Mekhi Carter added 15 points and five assists while C.J. Hines chipped in with 13 and Christian Drummer recorded 10 points in the win.

Myles Davis led Mountain View (0-2) with 11 points.

Grayson 88, Maynard Jackson 33

LOGANVILLE – Grayson defeated Maynard Jackson 88-33 on Tuesday as Caleb Murphy led the Rams (1-0) with 17 points. Ian Schieffelin chipped in with a robust 14 points and 15 rebounds while Deivon Smith and Quinones Corpman each added 14 points.

Brookwood 71, Holy Innocents' 55

SNELLVILLE – Varun Danak's 30 points lifted Brookwood to a 71-55 season opening win over Holy Innocents' on Tuesday. Chris Cole added 15 points for the Broncos (1-0).

Discovery 65, Jonesboro 60

LAWRENCEVILLE – Discovery held off Jonesboro 65-60 in Tuesday's season opener. The Titans (1-0) led by as many as 15 but had to hold off a late Jonesboro rally. London Riley led Discovery with 16 points. Mikey Moncrease added 13 while Charles Blamo pitched in with nine.

Parkview 76, Rockdale County 63

LILBURN — Parkview defeated Rockdale County 76-63 Tuesday. Miles Kelly led the Panthers with 23 points, Jason Edwards had 20 points and Avantae Harper scored 19.

West Forsyth 82, Mill Creek 76 (OT)

HOSCHTON — Big offensive nights from Jack Kostel and Zion Wimby couldn't get Mill Creek a victory Tuesday night as the Hawks fell to West Forsyth 82-76 in overtime.

Kostel had 30 points and eight rebounds, and Wimby scored 27.

Providence Christian 69, Weber School 50

ATLANTA – Providence Christian pulled away to defeat the Weber School 69-50 on Tuesday. Elijah Williams led the Storm (1-0) with 25 points and 10 rebounds. Chance Thacker also had 25 points and pulled down eight boards while Brock Albury added 10 rebounds in the win.

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