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Woodland, Cass boys grab home, non-region wins Friday night

The Woodland boys picked up their second win of the season Friday night with a home victory over Pepperell, 80-70. The Wildcats led 24-17 after one quarter, 44-37 at halftime, and 64-48 after three quarters before holding on for the 10-point non-region win. “It was a great win for us and we led most of the game,” said Woodland coach Jacob Selman. “We posted our highest point total of the season and it was great to see our guys put together four good quarters. I’m super proud of my guys tonight.”

Kemp Edge led Pepperell with 25 points. Tom Vincent followed with 17 for the Dragons.

Diaz Garrett paced the Wildcats with 32 points. KJ Rogers scored 20 and Jaden Langsten added eight for Woodland.

The loss drops Pepperell to 3-3 for the season.

Woodland (2-3) plays another non-region game Monday in Dalton at Morris Innovative.

NOTE: The Woodland-Pepperell girls game was postponed.


The Cass boys snapped a two-game skid Friday night with a 78-71 home win over North Springs from Region 6-AAAAA. The Colonels led most of the way including a 36-31 advantage at the intermission. Cass also led 56-51 after three quarters, but coach Sean Glaze was not overly pleased with his team’s performance. “It was an ugly seven point win,” said Glaze. “We will have to play much cleaner next week against a really good Hebron Christian team. On the bright side, however, we had a good night collecting toys as part of our Toys for Tots event.” Zaylan Chaney and CJ Pipkin led Cass with 23 and 22 points, respectively. Braxton Benham and Jackson Hale followed with 12 points each. Jelani Howard and Hassane Diallo paced the visiting Spartans with 25 points each.

The loss keeps North Springs winless for the year at 0-4. Cass (4-3) will play next Friday and Saturday at the Sequoyah Holiday Tournament in Canton. The Colonels play Hebron Christian Academy at 5:30 p.m. Friday and will square off with the host Sequoyah Chiefs Saturday at 4 p.m.

NOTE: The Cass-North Springs girls game was postponed.


The Sonoraville girls jumped to a 29-8 lead in the first quarter Friday night and never trailed in a 56-28 win over visiting Adairsville.

The Lady Phoenix led 43-14 at halftime and held a 53-20 lead after three quarters.

Alexa Geary led all scorers with 18 points for Sonoraville. Mattie Parker followed with 13 and Abby Chambers added 11 points.

Lexie Childers scored 10 for Adairsville. Autumn Henderson finished with six and Alyssa Jarrett added five points for the Lady Tigers.

Sonoraville improved to 4-1 overall and 3-0 in Region 6-AAA.

Adairsville (2-4, 0-2) travels to Rockmart Saturday for a 7 p.m. start.


The Adairsville boys suffered their first loss of the 2020-21 season Friday night at Sonoraville, 71-67.

The host Phoenix improved to 3-0 on the season with the Region 6-AAA victory.

Adairsville (3-1, 1-1) returns to action Saturday at Rockmart with an 8:30 p.m. start.


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