Riley Black scored 16 points and pulled eight rebounds to lead the Chestatee girls basketball team past Calhoun, 43-33, on Monday in the Jackson EMC Tip-off tournament at Jefferson.
The Lady War Eagles (2-0) will play the winner of the Jefferson-George Walton game in the championship game on Tuesday.
Addison Boyd added seven points, and Jamya Weaver had seven points and five steals. Caroline Bull chipped in six points, and Payton Cable pulled five boards.
RABUN COUNTY 64,
EAST FORSYTH 47
Ellie Southards scored 24 points in the Lady Wildcats' win over East Forsyth at Piedmont University on Monday. Southards also recorded eight rebounds.
Lucy Hood scored 13 points and had five assists and four rebounds. Mili Watts knocked down 11 points, five steals and two rebounds, and Jacie McCall had 11 points, five rebounds and two steals.
WHITE COUNTY 74,
The Lady Warriors led 23-7 at the end of the first quarter and 42-19 at the half in the blowout win against Kell on Monday.
Emma Lightsey led White County with 19 points, and Kalynn Watkins had 13.
NORTH FORSYTH 58,
DAWSON COUNTY 55
The Lady Raiders were able to withstand a push from Dawson County to win in overtime on Monday.
NoFo's London Weaver, who Dawson County was able to keep quiet for most of the game, came alive to lead the Lady Raiders' comeback in overtime. The junior scored 11 points in the fourth and overtime to help North Forsyth to the win. She finished with a team-high 19 points.
Gabby Gliatta, who was clutch from the foul one, hitting 4-for-4 in the overtime period, added 14 points.
The Lady Tigers had a chance to win the game in regulation but couldn't get the shot off in time.
Abby Slaton scored a game-high 28 points to lead the Lady Tigers, including 18 from the 3-point line.
EAST HALL 45
Kaylana Curry and Amari Burce scored 13 points to lead the Lady Vikings in losing to Commerce on Monday.
Terria Watkins added nine points, and Haley Barton had eight.
NORTH PAULDING 49
Ava Grace Watson scored a game-high 31 points to lead the Lady Wolves past North Paulding on Monday at Johns Creek.
After ending the first half tied with North Paulding, the Lady Wolves outpaced North Paulding in the second half 33-18 to get the win.
Lydia Ledford added 11 points for Buford, and Betty Ngyuen had nine points.