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Friday's basketball roundup: Adairsville teams and Cass girls collect road wins

December 2, 2023

Charles Wilson / BartowSportsZone.com



The Adairsville girls' and boys' teams plus the Cass girls picked up high school basketball victories on Friday night.


The Adairsville wins opened the Tigers’ region slate and the Lady Colonels won for the third time in four starts.



CASS GIRLS 67, LITHIA SPRINGS 51


The Lady Colonels bounced back from a Tuesday night loss on Friday night with a 67-51 win at Lithia Springs.


Tamira Feanny led Cass with 20 points and 14 rebounds. Olivia Woods scored 12. Cadie Paez followed with 11. Kiana McDaniel totaled seven points, eight steals, and five assists. KK Evans also scored seven. Zion Hayes contributed five points and 15 rebounds. Reese Howard also scored five. Kaitlyn Godwin chipped in with three points and Navaeh Woods added two.


Cass led 24-19 at halftime and led 47-38 at the end of the third quarter on their way to a 16-point win.


Amaya Richmond led Lithia Springs (2-2) with 23 points.


Cass (3-1) hosts Sonoraville on Tuesday night at 6 p.m.



ADAIRSVILLE GIRLS 53, GORDON LEE 30


NaXyria Roberts

The Lady Tigers grabbed an 18-9 lead by the end of the first quarter and never trailed Friday night in a 23-point Region 6-AAA win at Gordon Lee.


NaXyria Roberts led Adairsville with 14 points. Aliya McBryde followed with nine.


Abby Logan led Gordon Lee (1-4, 0-1) with 12 points.


Adairsville (3-2, 1-0) returns to action on Tuesday at Ringgold.



ADAIRSVILLE BOYS 56, GORDON LEE 41


The Tigers won their Region 6-AAA opener at Gordon Lee Friday night 56-41.


Adairsville rushed to a 14-3 lead by the end of the first quarter and led 34-11 at the half.


The Trojans rallied in the third quarter to outscore the Tigers 21-4 in the period and narrow the margin to 38-32. In the fourth quarter, Gordon Lee cut the Adairsville lead to four points before the Tigers pulled away down the stretch.


Tay Jackson led Adairsville with 26 points and Gabriel Gomez contributed 10.


Luke Sikes led Gordon Lee (2-3, 0-1) with 14 points.


Adairsville (2-2, 1-0) plays Central-Carroll Saturday in the Kyle Sandy Invitational at Darlington and plays at Ringgold on Tuesday night.



LITHIA SPRINGS 64, CASS BOYS 43


The host Lions led 19-8 after one quarter and 31-15 at the intermission as they defeated visiting Cass Friday night, 64-43.


Damerius Putman led Lithia Springs (1-3) with 20 points.


Jayden Foster scored 15 points and Jakai Baldwin had 10 to pace the Colonels.


Cass (0-4) hosts Sonoraville on Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m.



NORTH MURRAY 50, WOODLAND GIRLS 42


The Lady Cats suffered a narrow defeat at North Murray Friday night, falling to the Lady Mountaineers 50-42.


Woodland led 8-5 after the opening eight minutes but North Murray carried a 24-23 advantage to the halftime break. North Murray led 40-36 through three quarters and held off the Lady Cats in the final period for an eight-point win.


Ava Robinette led North Murray (5-2) with 21 points.


Gracie Shipp and Megan Schultz paced Woodland with 15 and 10 points, respectively.


Woodland (2-3) hosts Unity Christian on Tuesday at 6 p.m.


NORTH MURRAY 54, WOODLAND BOYS 40


The Wildcats led 22-20 at halftime before the Mountaineers outscored them 34-18 in the second half for a 14-point win.


North Murray stayed unbeaten at 6-0 with the victory.


Woodland (1-5) hosts Unity Christian on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.



CHRISTIAN HERITAGE 85, EXCEL CHRISTIAN BOYS 46


Christian Heritage built a 52-29 lead by halftime and cruised to an 85-46 win over the Excel Christian Eagles in Dalton Friday night.


Isaac Plavich led the Lions (3-0) with 26 points.


Carter May scored 15 and Carlos Cartagena had 11 points for Excel Christian.


The Eagles (2-4) visit Grace Christian Academy on Monday.

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