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Girls basketball: Lakeview, White County push win streaks to 3; Rabun County, GHS win big

By AccessWDUN Staff
Posted 9:29AM on Sunday 15th December 2019 ( 2 months ago )

GAINESVILLE — The Lakeview Academy girls ran their win streak to three after a thrilling 54-52 win over Rabun Gap Saturday afternoon at the Lakeview gym.

The Lions (7-4) trailed 15-7 after the first quarter but used a 17-5 second quarter to grab a 24-20 halftime advantage. Lakeview maintained its slim lead the rest of the way leading 39-37 heading into the fourth quarter.

Joelle Snyder poured in 26 pts to go with 8 rebounds to lead Lakeview. Eliza Snyder added 20 points, 6 assists, and 5 rebounds, and Jackie Allen had 5 rebounds and 5 assists for the Lions. Ellie Kate Madonna had 4 points and Maddy Towles pulled down 6 rebounds.

Lakeview is off until next next Saturday when it plays host to Oconee County.

 

WHITE COUNTY 64, 
DAWSON COUNTY 56

The Warriors jumped out to an eanrly lead and made it stand up in taking a road win in the North Georgia Showcase.
 
White County (6-5) took a 13-6 lead in the opening frame and led 27-24 at halftime. The Tigers chipped away getting to within 42-40 heading into the fourth quarter but White County pulled away outscoring the Tigers 22-16 down the stretch.
 
Maddie Anglin poured in 20 points to lead Dawson County (6-5). Sophia D'Oliveira had 12 points and Marlie Townley scored 11 for the Tigers

Dawson County next will travel to Lumpkin County n Tuesday in a Region 7-3A showdown.

White County, which is on a three-game win streak, hits the road against Chestatee in a Region 7-4A battle on Tuesday.

 

RABUN COUNTY 63, 
BANKS COUNTY 41

The Class 2A fourth-ranked Wildcats outscored the Leopards in every quarter in taking a Region 8-2A win at home.

Rabun County led 13-9 after the first quarter and 32-19 by halftime. A 17-9 third quarter run blew the game open as the Wildcats led 49-28 heading into the fourth quarter.

Gracie Deetz led Rabun County with 13 points and 4 rebounds. Sophie Woodard added 11 points and 3 rebounds for the Wildcats.

 

GAINESVILLE 64, 
WASHINGTON 23

The Red Elephants held Washington to 7-points or less in every quarter in taking the big win.

Gainesville (3-5) opened the game with a 12-3 run and led 41-10 at halftime. The Red Elephants built a 56-17 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

Lauren Teasley paced 10 Gainesville with 20 points.Freshmen KeKe Jones and Zaria Williams had 11 and 9 points, respectively, for the Red Elephants.

Gainesville next will play host to Cedar Shoals on Tuesday.

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