Mill Creek's girls lacrosse team held Lambert scoreless for 30 minutes in their match on Tuesday and went on to an 8-6 win.

SUWANEE – Mill Creek's girls lacrosse team held Lambert scoreless for 30 minutes in their match on Tuesday and went on to an 8-6 win.

Amyah Jackson had seven draw controls and three goals to lead the Hawks (5-3, 4-0).

Lauren Dobbs and Aislinn Pendergast each scored twice while Juliana Peck recorded eight saves in the win.


Mountain View 10, Parkview 9

LAWRENCEVILLE – Mountain View's Maria Palomba scored her fifth goal of the game with one second left to lift Mountain View to a 10-9 win over visiting Parkview on Tuesday.

Lily Clawson scored three goals, Haley Butler contributed a goal and an assist while Laila Sampson made eight saves in net for the Bears (2-2, 1-1).

North Paulding 14, Brookwood 11

SNELLVILLE — Despite three goals each from Triniti Cassidy and Ella Fornek, Brookwood lost 14-11 to visiting North Paulding on Tuesday.

Ellie Rey scored two goals, Camille Jennings scored one goal, Danielle LaPlume had one goal and one assist and Madison Cattogio scored one goal. Goalie Aja Thomas had eight saves.

Wesleyan 19, North Oconee 16

WATKINSVILLE – Wesleyan traveled to North Oconee and won 19-16 on Tuesday. Whitaker Welch led the offense, Riley Keller stood out in midfield and Alden Pridgen provided support on defense.


Archer 10, South Gwinnett 1

LAWRENCEVILLE – Archer girls dominated visiting South Gwinnett 10-1 in Region 8-AAAAAAA on Tuesday. Aniyah Collier, Maddison Wilson and Madison Giacomeli all recorded strong games for the Tigers (7-2, 3-1).

Berkmar 10, Cross Keys 0

ATLANTA – Berkmar defeated host Cross Keys 10-0 on Tuesday. Ashley Fuentes scored four goals, Nathaly Rios scored three times and Jessica Fuentes had a pair of goals to lead the Patriots (4-2, 1-1). Yanet Ruiz-Aragon also scored in the win.

Dacula 2, Lanier 1 (OT)

SUGAR HILL – Dacula rallied in the game's final two minutes to tie the score and then won in the second overtime period as it defeated host Lanier 2-1 on Tuesday.

Trailing 1-0, Christina Haber scored for the Falcons (3-4, 2-2) off a corner kick to tie the game and force overtime. After a scoreless first overtime period, Janele Adegbuji netted the game winner for Dacula.

Wesleyan 10, Providence Christian 0

PEACHTREE CORNERS – Wesleyan handled Providence Christian 10-0 on Tuesday.

Lucy Mitchell scored four goals to lead the Wolves (1-5-1). Nia Anderson scored two goals and had an assist. Lilly Tapp scored a goal and added two assists while Bella Wadkins, Cady Triplett and Lindsey Suits each scored a goal.

Hebron Christian 3, Pinecrest Academy 2

CUMMING– Hebron Christian Academy moved to 8-1 in the season and 2-0 in Area 8-A after defeating Pinecrest Academy 3-2 on Tuesday.

Ashley Allen scored two goals, Jadyn Steel netted a goal and an assist while Emma Martin and Sofia Bombaloff Moncher each tallied an assist.


Mountain View 2, North Gwinnett 1

SUWANEE – Mountain View's T.J. Trueh scored both goals as the Bears (6-2, 2-0) defeated host North Gwinnett 2-1 on Tuesday.

Harrison 3, Parkview 3

LILBURN – Parkview and Harrison tied 3-3 on Tuesday. Ben Lightner, Sam Schaff and Samir Hadi-Cisneros scored goals for the Panthers (6-3-1). Tyler Parnell recorded a scoreless first half in goal for Parkview.

South Gwinnett 3, Archer 2 (OT)

LAWRENCEVILLE — Kadeem Agard scored two goals and his brother Sekou Agard scored the game-winning goal in overtime Tuesday in a 3-2 win over Archer.

The Comets are now 9-0 overall and 4-0 in Region 8-AAAAAAA.

Etowah 1, Greater Atlanta Christian 0

NORCROSS – Etowah blanked host Greater Atlanta Christian 1-0 on Tuesday. The loss dropped the Spartans record to 4-4.

Wesleyan 3, Providence Christian 1

PEACHTREE CORNERS – Wesleyan rallied from a 1-0 halftime deficit to defeat Providence Christian 3-1 on Tuesday. Alex Cardile, Fletcher Morris and Jonathan Lopez scored goals in the second half for the Wolves (3-4, 2-0).

Aaron Lee scored for the Storm (4-4, 0-2).


Wesleyan 158, Hebron Christian 168

JOHNS CREEK – Wesleyan downed Hebron Christian 158-168 in a match played at St. Ives Country Club on Tuesday. Luke Jackson shot a 37 and Will Stakel fired a 38 to lead the Wolves.

Kenny Duffin and Jacob Fortner led the Lions with 36 and 39, respectively.


Holy Innocents' 76, Wesleyan 91

JOHNS CREEK – Holy Innocents' downed Wesleyan 76-91 on Tuesday in a match played at St. Ives Country Club. Jada Richardson shot a 44 to lead the Wolves.


Mill Creek 3, Peachtree Ridge 2

HOSCHTON – Mill Creek edged past Peachtree Ridge 3-2 on Tuesday. Brooke Bolton and Kristen Bogui Parks won in singles as did Gabby Friffin and Gabby Dejan.

Dacula 3, Apalachee 2

WINDER – Dacula defeated Apalachee 3-2 on Tuesday. Olivia Jager and Ashley Johnson won in singles as did the doubles duo of Elizabeth Soto and Sierra Henson for the Falcons (2-5, 1-1).

Greater Atlanta Christian 5, Cherokee Bluff 0

FLOWERY BRANCH – Greater Atlanta Christian blanked host Cherokee Bluff 5-0 on Tuesday. Erin Hoover, Ellie Viner and Caroline Lowenstein won in singles for the Spartans (6-2). Sara Daye and Belle Shirley along with Elizabeth Walton and Jillian Hutson took the doubles points.


Norcross 5, Parkview 0

NORCROSS – Norcross handled Parkview 5-0 in Region 7-AAAAAAA on Tuesday. Jack Traylor, Evan Macrenaris and Ben Anderson won in singles for the Blue Devils (6-2, 3-1). Andrew Franzen and Andrew Duva along with Keji Owoseni and Peter Craig won in doubles.

Mill Creek 3, Peachtree Ridge 2

HOSCHTON – Mill Creek eased past Peachtree Ridge 3-2 on Tuesday. The doubles tandem of James Terry and Brendan Brannock won as did Andre Izadi and Travis Shields in singles.

Dacula 3, Apalachee 2

WINDER – Dacula defeated host Apalachee 3-2 on Tuesday. Ken Bui and Mimms Mobley won in singles as did Juan Nash and Josh Donaldson in doubles for the Falcons (2-5, 1-1).


Hebron Christian 8, Lanier 1

DACULA – Hebron Christian defeated Lanier 8-1 on Tuesday as Parker Marlatt went five innings to earn the win for the Lions (9-3). Marlatt scattered three hits and did not allow an earned run while striking out seven.

Jack Ihm led the offense with two hits and drove in three runs while Gavin Incrocci contributed a pair of hits and scored twice.

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