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Adairsville girls open season with win over Sonoraville; Woodland girls fall at Paulding tourney

Playing their first round game at the Armuchee High School Invitational Tournament Saturday in Rome, the Adairsville High School girls basketball team edged Sonoraville, 33-29.

The Lady Tigers trailed 7-4 after one quarter and were behind 14-13 at halftime before outscoring the Lady Phoenix 11-2 in the third quarter to take the lead, 24-16.

Haley Stiles, who scored all 13 of her points in the second half, led Adairsville. She was followed by Autumn Henderson with six, Alissa Winters four, and Ya’torrean Hale with three points. Aliya McBride, Lexie Childers, and Mia Scott chipped in two points each and Naxyna Roberts added one point for the Tigers.

Diona Smith led Sonoraville (0-1) with 10 points.

Adairsville (1-0) plays host Armuchee Monday night at 6:30 p.m.


The Woodland High School girls basketball team lost its opening game of the 2021-22 season Saturday at Paulding County, 43-25.

The game was the first game for both teams in the Paulding County Invitational which continues through Tuesday.

The host Patriots (2-2) built a 19-1 lead in the first eight minutes and were in control throughout. Paulding led 25-6 at halftime and 33-20 through three quarters.

Bra’nae Madisett had a game-high 17 points to lead Paulding County.

Woodland was led by Abigail Taylor with 12 points. Morgan Echols scored six. Cassidy Wall finished with five points. Megan Schultz and Jakaya Garnigan added one point each for the Lady Cats.

Woodland (0-1) plays consolation games Monday and Tuesday in the tournament.


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