Miller Grove: The Wolverines improved to 7-0 after wins over Southwest DeKalb (89-57) and Columbia (66-64). Against SWD, Tony Parker scored 17 points, Henry Brooks and Thomas Marshall each had 16, Devon Provost 15 and Justin Colvin 12. Brooks had 16 points and seven rebounds against Columbia, Parker added 13 points and 10 rebounds and Brandon Morris had 10.
Tucker: Miles Harris hit a free throw with 4.5 seconds remaining to give the Tigers (6-1) a 43-42 win over Marist last week. Also, the Tigers rallied from a nine-point deficit with 3 minutes remaining to beat Central Gwinnett 47-42. Harris scored 20 of his 23 points in the second half.
Stone Mountain: Jhyree Harris scored 21 points in a 55-34 win over McNair, and had 19 points in a 49-48 win over Towers last week. Bilal Richardson added 16 points and eight rebounds against McNair, and 12 points and seven rebounds against Towers.
Chamblee: Sederius Boyd had 18 points and 12 rebounds, and Fred Miller had 12 points in a 50-41 win over Dunwoody last weekend. Boyd also led the Bulldogs (3-4) in scoring in a loss to M.L. King.
Dunwoody: The Wildcats beat Lakeside 94-78 but lost to Chamblee 60-51 last week. Against Lakeside, Marcus Wilson led with 24 points, Darrell Strozier added 23, David Adeboye had 12 and Ryan Elmore had 11.
Paideia: The Pythons beat Josey 49-44 on Dec. 3 then lost to Chamblee 68-40 the following night. Keenan Palmore had 22 points and seven steals against Josey, and Brandon Pennington added 10 points.
McNair: Bernard Watson had 12 points, seven rebounds and seven assists in a 63-57 loss to Cedar Grove last week. Ja’Quez Johnson added nine points and eight rebounds. In a 50-43 loss to Decatur, Josh Anderson led with 14 points and five steals while Mike Davis had seven points and nine rebounds.
Stephenson: The Jaguars are off to a 6-0 start after wins over Luella (61-40) and East Coweta (65-14) last week. Kaliyah Mitchell had 20 points and 18 rebounds, and Joylyn Stroud added 16 points and nine rebounds. Tyhelah Whittington scored 10 points against East Coweta, in a game where all but two Jaguars scored.
Southwest DeKalb: Olivia Gibbs hit a basket with 2.6 seconds remaining in the Elite Hardwood Classic on Dec. 11 to give the Panthers a 60-58 win over Redan. The Panthers spread the floor with 1:20 to play and held the ball for the final shot. Nikia Stockwell led the Panthers with 19 points. Also last week, Gibbs led with 11 points in a 39-35 loss to Miller Grove.
Chamblee: The Bulldogs are 7-0 after wins over Dunwoody (50-35) and M.L. King (64-44) last weekend. Against Dunwoody, Lucy Mason led with 18 points, Bre McDonald added 111 and Jasmine Camp had 10. Mason had 16 against M.L. King, while McDonald added 15 and Camp 11.
Columbia: The Eagles (5-1) beat Woodward Academy 55-42 on Dec. 7, then beat Miller Grove on Dec. 11 in the Hardwood Classic. Victoria Gonzalez led with 20 points and 18 rebounds, and Maya Spencer added 13 points against the Wolverines.
Cedar Grove: The Saints beat Towers 51-33 on Dec. 7. Diamond Marchand had 18 points, five steals and five assists, while Terri Jacobs had 14 points, 17 rebounds and two blocks. Ja’Huan Clark added 12 points and eight rebounds for the Saints.
Decatur: Queen Alford scored 86 points in three games last week as the Bulldogs improved to 8-2. Alford had 24 points, while Summer Fowler and Shan Rivers each added 10 points in a 62-53 loss to Lovett. Alford had 24 points and nine rebounds in a 43-34 win over Jackson Atlanta and Ashleigh Rasheed added nine rebounds. In a 65-39 win over McNair, Alford had 38 points while Rivers had 10 points and 11 rebounds.
Brookwood Invitational, Snellville
Lithonia finished eighth among 25 teams, with Arnold Cano winning the 215-pound division. The Bulldogs also had two second-place finishers—Anthony Smith at 140 and Jaquille Fitzpatrick at 145. There were two other individual champions from the county—Robbie Martin of St. Pius (125 pounds) and Rahim Hill of Arabia Mountain (171 pounds). Mike Gales of Stephenson (189) also placed second. The Jaguars placed 10th in the team standings, St. Pius was 14th and Arabia Mountain 16th.