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LANEY 82, SCREVEN COUNTY 9

LANEY (82) Aliyah Collier 12, Gemiya Bowman 19, Destiny Brewton 13, Wanetta Wright 9, Montera Harris 7, Jasmine Bartlett 5, Aubriana Barner 6, Johnna Whitehead 3, Regina Kelly 4, Latonya Smith 4. Totals: 34 10-12 82.

SCREVEN COUNTY (9) Long 6, Rowlins 1, Turner 2. Totals: 3 1-5 9.

Laney 30 19 17 16 – 82

Screven County 0 3 5 1 – 9

3-point goals: Laney 4 (Bowman, Bruton, Harris, Barlett); Screven County 2 (Long 2).

Records: Laney 14-1, 2-0 Region 3-AA. Next: Laney at Swainsboro, 6 p.m. today.

AUGUSTA CHRISTIAN 68, WILSON HALL 51

WILSON HALL (51) Hayley Smoak 1, Hannah Jordan 5, Logan Alderman 3, Lauren Goodson 14, Nicolette Fisher 9, Betsy Cunningham 3, Hailey Hawkins 10, Katie Scannella 2, Holly Scott 4. Totals: 15 18-25 51.

AUGUSTA CHRISTIAN (68) Anna Motes 25, Hannah Howard 5, Christin Fortunato 1, Caroline Roberson 12, KymMya Thomas 25. Totals: 24 16-24 68.

Wilson Hall 9 9 9 24 – 51

Augusta Christian 13 24 22 9 – 68

3-point goals: Augusta Christian 4 (Motes, Howard, Thomas 2); Wilson Hall 3 (Jordan, Alderman, Scott).

Records: Augusta Christian 12-5. Next: Augusta Christian at Cardinal Newman, 6 p.m. Tuesday.

AQUINAS 52, WARREN COUNTY 49

AQUINAS (52) Richards 19, Williamson 9, Davis 3, Leesberg 11, McMannis 2, McInerney 1, Witfield 7.

WARREN COUNTY (49) Andrews 28, Yarbrough 7, Allen 9, Feals 5.

Aquinas 8 14 10 18 – 52

Warren County 8 3 17 21 – 49

3-point goals: Aquinas 1 (Whitfield); Warren County 4 (Andrews 4)

Records: Aquinas 7-5. Next: Aquinas vs Evans, 3:30 p.m. today.

WESTSIDE 56, HARLEM 17

HARLEM (17) Olivia Fitzgerald 6, Kelsey Barrs 6, Jasmine McCladdie 2, Brandy Hardaway 1, Madison Williamson 1, Diamond Cheneyfield 1. Totals: 5 6-12 17.

WESTSIDE (56) Olivia Johnson 2, Ty’esha Ravenelle 16, Jahmia Bradley 9, Ellen Dukes 13, Marian Ware 12, Meagan Flannigan 2, Tatyana Dumas 2. Totals: 22 7-16 56.

Harlem 7 3 7 0 – 17

Westside 20 9 11 16 – 56

3-point goals: Westside 1 (Dukes); Harlem 1 (Fitzgerald).

Records: Westside 12-2. Next:
Westside vs Richmond Academy, 5 p.m. today.

RICHMOND ACADEMY 56, GLENN HILLS 42

GLENN HILLS (42) Kierra Knight 17, Jasmine Santiago 3, Akiela Muray 3, Shiana Hannah 6, Sha’Darria Holloway 1, Brandi Hayes 8, Margie Moli 4. Totals: 11 4-10 42.

RICHMOND ACADEMY (56) Makayla Tanksley 10, Jasmine Robinson 10, Kamari Belser 4, Alisia Merryweather 11, Tyren Ward 13, Ziyadeah Hasaan 6, Tiffany Carter 2. Totals: 21 14-27 56.

Glenn Hills 11 11 11 9 – 42

Richmond Acad. 17 13 14 12 – 56

3-point goals: Glenn Hills 4 (White 2, Santiago, Muray).

Records: Richmond Academy 11-5, 2-1 Region 3-AAAA. Next: Richmond Academy at Westside, 5 p.m. today.

MIDLAND VALLEY 41, GILBERT 35

MIDLAND VALLEY (41) Barrian 1, Dunbar 17, Prescott 10, Abney 4, Smith 8, Blocker 1. Totals: 11 18-30 41.

GILBERT (35) Wilds 6, Tartman 3, Smith 8, Johnson 6, Hopkins 2, Cartan 3, Tartarid 7. Totals: 14 6-15 35.

Midland Valley 8 2 13 18 – 41

Gilbert 10 9 4 12 – 35

3-point goals: Midland Valley 1 (Prescott); Gilbert 1 (Smith).

Records: Midland Valley 4-11. Next: Midland Valley at Swansee, 6 p.m. Tuesday.

CROSS CREEK 82, BUTLER 36

BUTLER (36) Shayna Robinson 3, MaKenzie Holmes 10, Jace Davis 1, De’Asia Miller 2, D’Ariel Walker 8, Brittney Gulite 3, Tabatha Daily 9. Totals: 13 5-6 36.

CROSS CREEK (82) Nya Daniels 7, Ashleigh Outler 21, Myiah Nickerson 6, Janazia Marshall 4, Valen Avery 8, Javia Grice 6, Keyana Wilson 2, Kaela Patrick 6, Naomi Wilds 12, Alana Davis 10. Totals: 34 7-12 82.

Butler 9 9 11 7 – 36

Cross Creek 20 28 17 17 – 82

3-point goals: Cross Creek 7 (Daniels, Outler 2, Nickerson 2, Marshall, Patrick); Butler 4 (Robinson, Holmes 2, Gulite).

Records: Cross Creek 13-1, 2-0 Region 3-AAAA. Next: Cross Creek vs Glenn Hills, 5 p.m. Tuesday.

BURKE COUNTY 60, HEPHZIBAH 45

HEPHZIBAH (45) Armenta 16, E. Mayo 11, Wimberly 5, Jordan 4, N. Mayo 3, Singfield 2, Miller 4. Totals: 12 12-19 45.

BURKE COUNTY (60) Amber McGee 21, Kadia Phillips 15, Tyresia Walker 11, Asia Harden 7, Kayla Burns 3, Taylor Doby 3. Totals: 15 9-20 60.

Hephzibah 6 11 12 16 – 45

Burke County 15 13 13 19 – 60

3-point goals: Burke County 7 (Harden 2, McGee 4, Phillips); Hephzibah 3 (Wimberly, N. Mayeo, E. Mayo).

Records: Burke County 13-2. Next: Burke County vs. Greenbrier, 6 p.m. today.

EVANS 48, LAKESIDE 32

LAKESIDE (32) – Amber Tally 10, Kiara Lee 2, Venezah St. Louis 1, Devon O’Geary 2, Jaylan Jones 9, Clarissa Hopkins 4, Rakia Chestnut 3, Eliza Brownfield 1. Totals: 13 5-11 32.

EVANS (48) – Jasmine Stone 21, Autumn Johnson 4, Tyra Dennis 4, Elyssa Melton 6, McKenna Lawrence 8, Acacia Blue 2, Georgie Latremoille 3. Totals: 22 0-0 48.

Lakeside 5 2 9 16 – 32

Evans 14 19 13 2 – 48

3-point goals: Lakeside 1 (Hopkins); Evans 4 (Latremoille, Stone 3).

Records: Lakeside 3-11, 0-2 Region 2A-AAAAA; Evans 10-3, 1-1. Next: Lakeside at Jefferson County, 6 p.m. today; Evans at Aquinas, 3:30 p.m. today.

GROVETOWN 77, GREENBRIER 60

GROVETOWN (77) Elizabeth Metress 4, Rashanna Porter 7, Kwajelin Farrar 14, Chealsey Reeves 2, Naomi Hughes 14, Alayah Canteen 25, Leah Ferguson 11. Totals: 28 15-19 77.

GREENBRIER (60) Mallory Myers 7, Destiny Marshall 25, Kayla Decker 2, Morgan Taylor 11, Jennifer McMahan 13, Ty’A Oliver 2. Totals: 17 17-28 60.

Grovetown 18 21 19 19 – 77

Greenbrier 13 13 23 11 – 60

3-point goals: Grovetown 2 (Canteen, Ferguson); Greenbrier 3 (Marshall, Taylor, McMahan).

Records: Grovetown 12-4, 2-0 Rgion 2-AAAAA. Next: Grovetown vs. Evans, 6 p.m. Tuesday.

CURTIS BAPTIST 57, BETHLEHEM CHRISTIAN 18

CURTIS BAPTIST (57) Spurlock 22, Swanson 11, Robinson 10, Roland 1, Hamrick 4, Oates 7, Gaskill 2. Totals: 24 6-10 57.

BETHLEHEM CHRISTIAN (18) Garmon 1, Adams 2, Price 2, Maxwell 4, Harrison 9. Totals: 5 8-13 18.

Curtis Baptist 24 17 15 1 – 57

Bethlehem Christ. 2 10 1 5 – 18

3-point goals: Curtis Baptist 3 (Spurlock 3).

Records: Curtis Bapist 8-7. Next: Curtis Baptist at Briarwood, 4:30 p.m. today.

 ALLELUIA 40, BALLARD 30

ALLELUIA (40) — Hazelwood 5, Garner 10, Hatfield 4, Bisintainer 5, Hartney 14, Almeter 2. Totals: 16 7-11 40.

BALLARD (30) — Saylor 8, Dostor 4, Daniel 5, Washington 2, Owens 2, Crowe 7, Capps 2. Totals: 16 1-5 30.

Alleluia        8    9    12    11    –    40

Ballard        13    5    8    4    –    30

3-point goals: Alleluia 1 (Hazlewood);  Ballard 1 (Daniel).

Records: Alleluia 3-7. Next: Alleluia at Augusta Prep, 6 p.m., Tuesday.

WILKINSON COUNTY 50, JOSEY 42

WILKINSON COUNTY (50) — Ngozi Ware 14, Jotosjah Bolston 5, Lyrick Jordan 12, Tykeisha Brown 2, Aisha Smith 17. Total 18 10-19 50.

JOSEY (42) —  Dameya King 7, Lesha Manor 3, Breanna Wilson 5, Tomi Smith 2, Debbie Simmons 13, Janiah Williams 12. Totals 15 8-16 42.

Wilkinson Co.    15    14    12    9    –    50

Josey    2    17    17    6    –    42

3-point goals: Wilkinson 4 (Ware 3, Bolston 1), Josey 4 (King 2, Williams 1, Manor 1).

Record: Josey 7-5, 0-1 in Region 3-AA (B). Next: Josey vs. Butler, 5 p.m., today.

Boys

LANEY 88, SCREVEN COUNTY 38

LANEY (88) Jashawn Brooks 24, Zep Jasper 4, Collin Young 17, Christian Keeling 7, Rico Merriweather 3, Willie Eubanks 2, Tommy Smith 4, Natahj Tanksley 4, Jaylen Taylor 14, Daniel Chism 7, Tyquan Wilson 2. Totals: 33 10-12 88.

SCREVEN COUNTY (38) Desmond Williams 7, Rashad Hewey 3, Dontae Wilburn 3, Kenton Foye 8, Stanley Bratt 2, Chandle Rigdon 15. Totals: 15 4-9 38.

Laney 29 35 14 10 – 88

Screven County 14 8 7 9 – 38

3-point goals: Laney 12 (Brooks 6, Young 6, Merryweather); Screven County 4 (Rigdon 2, Williams, Hewey).

Records: Laney 11-4. Next: Laney at Swainsboro, 7:30 p.m. today.

SILVER BLUFF 55, BAMBERG-EHRHARDT 50

BAMBERG-EHRHARDT (50) Chris Graham 8, Ches Gleaton 5, A.C. Crosby 14, Craig Walker 10, Kohl Gagum 2, Kacey Crosby 11. Totals: 16 17-29 50.

SILVER BLUFF (55) Malcolm Green 19, Jalen Odom 2, Dedrick Nelson 3, Jaylen Lawrence 22, Jalen Douse 4, DeAngilo Drayton 1, DeVontae Davis 2, Sha’kel Dixon 2. Totals: 19 14-20 55.

Bamberg 8 9 21 12 – 50

Silver Bluff 12 11 18 14 – 55

3-point goals: Silver Bluff 3 (Green 2, Lawrence); Bamberg- Ehrhardt 1 (Gleaton).

Records: Silver Bluff 3-6. Next: Silver Bluff at Wade Hampton, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

STROM THURMOND 63, BROOKLAND-CAYCE 52

BROOKLAND-CAYCE (52) Taylor 6, Hemmingway 11, Amaker 3, McCall 4, Stinson 15, Simmons 10, Brown 3. Totals: 17 12-21 52.

STROM THURMOND (63) Stidem 5, Ryans 2, Carroll 5, Dobbs 5, Stover 6, Turman 24, Cook 16. Totals: 23 14-24 63.

Brookland-Cayce 25 10 13 4 – 52

Strom Thurmond 19 8 14 22 – 63

3-point goals: Strom Thurmond 3 (Carroll, Turman, Cook); Brookland- Cayce 6 (Hemmingway, Simpson 4, Brown).

Records: Strom Thurmond 5-9, 1-0 5-AAA. Next: Strom Thurmond at Airport, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

CURTIS BAPTIST 78, BETHLEHEM CHRISTIAN 48

CURTIS BAPTIST (78) Cameron Jones 3, Trent Swanson 7, Ian McDaniel 2, Rodney Snell 1, Michah Ryals 17, Tyrone Berry 3, Juwan Rouse 18, Makai Ray 9, Alphonso Myers 6, Justin Wilson 8, Chapmin Hamerick 2, Michael Sanders 2. Totals: 32 10-18 78.

BETHLEHEM CHRISTIAN (48) Walls 12, Green 2, Kelly 5, Adam 1, Fincher 11, Morgan 2, Parker 8, Hollins 6. Totals: 15 10-20 48.

Curtis Baptist 18 18 24 18 – 78

Bethlehem Christ. 5 10 19 13 – 48

3-point goals: Curtis Baptist 4 (Jones, Swanson, Ryals, Berry); Bethlehem Christian 4 (Walls 2, Fincher 2).

Records: Curtis Bapist 9-6. Next: Curtis Baptist at Briarwood, 6 p.m. today.

AUGUSTA CHRISTIAN 72, WILSON HALL 68 (OT)

WILSON HALL (68) – William Kinney 9, John Ballard 7, Brent Carraway 18, Drew Talley 5, Clayton Lowder 3, Grier Schwartz 25, J.D. Croft 1. Totals 25 9-18 68.

AUGUSTA CHRISTIAN (72) – Ashton Grant 11, Nick Fortenberry 11, Jacob Greenway 4, Jordan Dingle 27, Zach London 7, Alan Worsham 2, Calvin Taylor 6, Tyquan Burns 4. Totals 23 21-34 72.

Wilson Hall 11 15 14 18 10 – 68

Augusta Christ. 11 14 19 14 14 – 72

3-point-goals: Wilson Hall 9 (Schwartz 5, Carraway 2, Kinney, Lowder), Augusta Christian 5 (Dingle 2, London 2, Fortenberry).

Records: Augusta Christian 14-2. Next: Augusta Christian at Cardinal Newman, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

FOX CREEK 71, RIDGE SPRING-MONETTA 47

FOX CREEK (71) – Corrin Cannon 18, Marques Sumner 12, Brandyn Quiller 11, Ike El 9, Alan Randall 8, Nick Ford 6, Andrew Crytzer 6, Deante Nims 1. Totals: 26 12-19 71.

RIDGE SPRING-MONETTA (47) – Joshua Ware 13, Raquan Parris 8, Ralfeal Leparte 7, Jonathan Elam 5, Bobby Pixley 4, Jack Datrad 4, Travis Wigfall 4. Totals: 17 12-23 47.

Fox Creek 19 17 19 16 – 71

RS-Monetta 9 10 8 20 – 47

3-points goals: Fox Creek 7 (Sumner 2, Cannon 2, Ford 2, Quiller); Ridge Spring-Monetta 1 (Parris).

Records: Fox Creek 10-4. Next: Hunter-Kinard-Tyler at Fox Creek, 7:30 p.m. Monday.

GLENN HILLS 52, RICHMOND ACADEMY 34

GLENN HILLS (52) – Aaron Williamson 13, Zaire Cook 11, Aubrey McRae 10, Tyrone Brown 8, Maurice O’Bannon 5, Earl Cobb 3, Keon Major 2. Totals: 21 7-12 52.

RICHMOND ACADEMY (34) – Frank Roberts 10, Tony Daggett 8, Moses Lewis 6, Britto Tutt 4, Henry Brown 2, Rashaud Green 2, Zach Mitchell 2. Totals: 12 5-10 34.

Glenn Hills 13 15 14 10 – 52

Richmond Acad. 4 11 9 10 – 34

3-point goals: Glenn Hills 3 (Cobb, Cook, McRae); Richmond Academy 5 (Lewis 2, Roberts 2, Daggett).

Records: Glenn Hills 11-4; Richmond Academy 10-7. Next: Glenn Hills at Cross Creek, 6:30 p.m.; Richmond Academy at Westside 6:30 p.m.

EVANS 55, LAKESIDE 44

LAKESIDE (44) – B.J. Raymond 8, Rashad Roundtree 4, Trovonte’ Brown 3, Sam Powell 16, Jake Gilbert 9, Luke Harmon 4. Totals: 18 5-8 44.

EVANS (55) – Patrick Lawrence 12, Matlin Marshall 17, K’lon Lovett 9, Kameron Mason 9, Justin Jackson 2, Myreon Bennett 6, Totals: 18 10-21 55.

Lakeside 14 4 14 12 – 44

Evans 10 23 10 12 – 55

3-point goals: Lakeside 3 (Powell 2, Brown); Evans 9 (Lovett 3, Mason, Lawrence, Marshall 4).

Records: Lakeside 10-3, 1-1 Region 2A-AAAAA; Evans 11-4, 2-0. Next: Lakeside at Jefferson County, 7:30 p.m. today; Evans at Grovetown, 7 p.m. Tuesday.

ALLELUIA 61, BALLARD 46

ALLELUIA (61) — Steven Milligan 19, Mac McBride 10, Ben Dresser 12, Hayden Hebbert 6, Billy Conkright 4, Abe Dresser 4, Geoff Sullivan 4, own goal. Totals: 24 1-4 61.

BALLARD (46) — Baylor 14, Clark 9, Scott 6, Washington 4, Stalling 13. Totals: 20 4-7 46.

Alleluia        16    20    10    15    –    61

Ballard        8    9    17    12    –    46

3-point goals: Alleluia 12 (Milligan 5, McBride 2, B. Dresser 4, A. Dresser);  Ballard 2 (Clark, Stalling).

Records: Alleluia 7-7. Next: Alleluia at Augusta Prep, 7:30 p.m., Tuesday.

AQUINAS 71, WARREN COUNTY 45

AQUINAS (71) – Santiago Brinson 10, Ahmed Hill 23, Tamurick Fields 21, Shalonm Alvarez 3, Jalen Holbook 4, T.J. Mitchell 10. Totals: 29 9-14 71.  

WARREN COUNTY (45) – Dantavious Allen 18, DeAngelo Woods 14, Quatavius Cobb 2, Stephon Lowe 3, Jontavius Tanksley 3, Jermaine Berry 4, Tony Alexander 1. Totals: 17 6-10 45.

Aquinas    15    18    19    19    –    71

Warren Co.    5    8    12    20    –    45

3-point goals: Aquinas 4 (Brinson, Hill 3); Warren County 5 (Allen 3, Woods, Tanksley).

Records: Aquinas 7-5. Next: Warren County at Taliaferro, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

BURKE COUNTY 56, HEPHZIBAH 42

HEPHZIBAH (42) – Trotty 3, Savage 7, Washington 3, Phillips 12, Lewis 2, Turner 6, Moore 9. Totals: 18 5-8 42.  

BURKE COUNTY (56) – Donquelle Greene 3, Jordan Gant 5, Jeff Williams 10, Kamario Walker 6, Jermaine Baxley 12, Malik Malloid 12, Untorrey Thomas 8. Totals: 26 3-6 56.

Hephzibah    20    6    6    10    –    42

Burke Co.    13    20    8    15    –    56

3-point goals: Hephzibah 1 (Savage); Burke County 1 (Gant).

Records: Burke County 7-6, 1-1 3-AAAA. Next: Burke County vs. Greenbrier, 7:30 p.m. today.

WILKINSON COUNTY 59,  JOSEY 55

WILKINSON COUNTY (59) — Derek Trawick 8, Torico Simmons 19, Tae Jones 1, Trey Little 15, Antonio Whipple 12, Kareem Sanders 4. Totals 17 21-32 59.
JOSEY (55) — Jaylin Daniels 13, Darius Williams 29, Juwuan Tolbert 4, Leon McQuaker 4, Domonique Hurst 5. Totals 20 11-14 55.

Wilkinson Co.    6    16    13    24    –    59
Josey    18    12    15    10    –    55

3-point goals: Wilkinson County 4 (Little 2, Simmons 1, Trawick 1), Josey 4 (Williams 2, Daniels 1, Tolbert 1).

Record: Josey 7-10, 1-0 in Region -AA (B). Next: Josey vs. Butler, 6:30 p.m., today.

GROVETOWN 46, GREENBRIER 39

GROVETOWN (46) — Brandon Oates 2, Kenny Joseph 15, Ian Garrett 1, Logan Morris 7, Ray Abraham 2, Jay Johnson 2, Demetrius Middleton 17. Totals: 14 18-28 46.

GREENBRIER (39) — Justin Hartfield 11, Neomiah Baker 4, Rob Demmons 13, Tayshawn Marshall 11. Totals 15 6-17 39.

Grovetown    6    8    18    14    –    46

Greenbrier    4    12    6    17    –    39

3-point goal: Greenbrier 3 (Hatfield, Demmons, Marshall).

Record: Greenbrier 7-8. Next: Greenbrier at Burke County, 7:30 p.m., today.

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High school basketball scoreboard.

I am an Augusta native that lives in Atlanta that follows Augusta sports via the Chronicle online and am very disappointed in the local high school basketball and football online print coverage. The basketball scoreboard looks like it came out of the 1960's. With all the new technology it just seems that it would be in a much cleaner format. Also, a lot of the time, you only get either the girls score and not the boys, or vice versa. During the football season, you don't even get a brief write up of all the local games. Just a small write up would be sufficient. I know the staff is probably stretched to capacity, but I feel that the sports section online could be a whole lot better.

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