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Adairsville girls, Cass boys improve to 2-0

The Adairsville girls basketball team collected a second straight win at the Armuchee Invitational Tournament Monday night with a 52-41 victory over the host Lady Indians.

Adairsville led 17-14 after one quarter; 32-22 at halftime; and 47-28 after three quarters before holding on for an 11-point victory.

Haley Stiles scored 12 of her game-high 17 points in the first quarter. Alissa Winters and Ya’Torrean Hale followed with eight points apiece for the Tigers. Makayla Wade pumped in seven. Autumn Henderson scored six. Lexie Childers contributed four points and Sarah Brownlee chipped in two points for Adairsville.

Olivia Moses scored 16 for Armuchee (0-2). Bailey Tomlin added 10 for the Indians.

Adairsville (2-0) wraps up play in the invitational Tuesday at 5 p.m. against Model.


The Woodland girls slipped to 0-2 on the season Monday night following a 61-36 loss to Mt. Zion-Carroll at the Paulding County Invitational.

Mt. Zion (3-1) led 21-6 after one quarter and 41-16 at halftime.

Jordan Kierbow led the Eagles with 27 points.

Abigail Taylor paced the Lady Cats with 19 points. Reagan Weightman followed with eight points. Morgan Echols scored four points. Dylynn Motes and Megan Schultz finished with two points each. Kasidee Wall added one point.

Woodland wraps up play in the tournament Tuesday at 3 p.m. against Hiram.


The Cass boys improved to 2-0 Saturday with a 62-52 win over Kennesaw Mountain in a game played at Woodstock High School.

The Colonels trailed by seven points at halftime before outscoring the Mustangs 40-23 in the second half for a 10-point win.

“We found a way to fight through some adversity, stick together, and gain some valuable game experience,” said first year Cass head coach Byron Taylor. “We are such a young team with several guys adjusting to new roles at the varsity level. Every rep in practice and play in games just adds to our experience level and comfort level as a team. It’s nice to start 2-0, but we have a window of improvement we will continue to chase all season long.”

Jackson Hale led the Colonels with 18 points. Ethan McIntosh scored nine. Sacovie White, Jayden Foster, and Devin Henderson followed with eight points each. Jelani Hames contributed seven and Kaden Baldwin added four points for Cass.

Jake Whitaker led Kennesaw Mountain (0-2) with 18 points.

Cass travels to Rome Tuesday for a 7:30 p.m. start.


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