Woodland girls, Adairsville boys win intra-county matchups

Jordan Thompson led Woodland with 18 points Tuesday night as the Lady Cats defeated visiting Adairsville, 37-25.

Jordan Thompson scored 18 points while Reagan Weightman and Gracie Styles added six each as the Woodland girls defeated visiting Adairsville Tuesday night, 37-25. Woodland, who avenged a 51-49 loss to Adairsville on November 23, led 6-0 after one quarter, 13-6 at halftime, and 21-13 through three quarters on their way to the Lady Cats first win of the season.

Lexie Childers led Adairsville with nine points. Alissa Winters, Haley Stiles, and Hannah Hollingsworth scored four each for the Lady Tigers.

Adairsville (2-3, 0-1) plays at Sonoraville Friday and at Rockmart Saturday. Both games are 7 p.m. starts.

Woodland (1-5) hosts Pepperell Friday at 6 p.m. and travels to Haralson County Saturday for a 6 p.m. start.


TJ Printup, Jr. scored 39 points Tuesday night as the Tigers won 94-57 at Woodland.

The Adairsville boys grabbed a 21-11 advantage after one quarter and never trailed in a 94-57 win Tuesday night at Woodland.

The Tigers led 42-26 at the intermission and were ahead 65-45 after three quarters.

TJ Printup finished with a game-high 39 points for Adairsville. Tucker Deams and Conner Crunkelton followed with 12 apiece. Zac Postell scored nine points and Tre Mitchell added eight for the Tigers.

KJ Rogers led Woodland with 30 points. Diaz Garrett finished with eight.

Woodland (1-3) entertains Pepperell Friday at 7:30 p.m. Adairsville (3-0, 1-0) plays at Sonoraville Friday and at Rockmart Saturday. Both games are scheduled for 8:30 p.m. starts.


The Colonels were victims of a 9-0 run by the host Comets over the final 1:30 of the game and South Gwinnett handed Cass a second straight loss, 66-56. “We took some bad shots and we gave up a few offensive rebounds that hurt us,” said Cass head coach Sean Glaze.

The game was tight throughout prior to the final run. South Gwinnett led 16-15 after one quarter before Cass carried a 30-25 advantage into halftime. The Comets regained a 52-50 lead after three quarters.

Kevon Shepherd led South Gwinnett (5-1) with 31 points. Maalik Leitch scored 13 for the Comets. Zaylan Chaney paced Cass with 29 points. CJ Pipkin followed with 12 and Braxton Benham added six points.

The Colonels (3-3) will host North Springs Friday at 7:30 p.m. for their annual Toys for Tots event. The girls game will precede at 6 p.m. Fans get in free with the donation of a new unopened toy.

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