Miller Grove: After snapping a five-game losing streak with a 75-33 win over Lakeside on Jan. 10, the Wolverines played in the Bass Pro Shops Tournament of Champions in Springfield Mo., beginning Jan. 12. The Wolverines beat St. Rita (Ill.) 73-47 in the opening round of the tournament. Brandon Morris had 17 points and six rebounds, Kyre Hamer came off the bench to score 16 points and Tony Evans had 10. Miller Grove lost to San Diego (Calif.) Lincoln 64-61 in the second round. Tony Parker had 20 points and 10 rebounds, and Christian Houston had 14 points and six assists. The Wolverines made only 9 of 20 free throw attempts. In the win over Lakeside, Parker had 22 points, Justin Colvin added 15, Morris had 12 and Evans 10.
Columbia: The Eagles beat McNair 84-24 and Stone Mountain 57-39. Tahj Shamsid-Deen had 19 points and 10 assists, and Jhaustin Thomas had 12 points and 10 rebounds against McNair. In the win over the Pirates, Thomas had 12 points and 12 rebounds, Shamsid-Deen had 18 points and 10 assists, and Nate Mason scored 15 points.
Southwest DeKalb: William Goodwin had 39 points and 28 rebounds as the Panthers defeated Tucker 68-63 and Dunwoody 80-54. Goodwin had 19 points and 10 rebounds, Jordan Price had 18 points and Kaderius Turner had 10 against Tucker. Against Dunwoody, Price had 21 points, Goodwin had 20 points and 18 rebounds, Emmanuel Walker added 12 points and Justin Hollimon had 10.
Dunwoody: The Wildcats went 1-2 in games Jan. 10-16. Richard Carrington scored 16 points in an 80-54 loss to Southwest DeKalb and 22 in a 73-54 loss to Wesleyan. The Wildcats beat Mount Pisgah with DeChard Hamilton scoring 24 points, Ryan Elmore 15 and Bradley McKnight 13.
Arabia Mountain: Bakari Copeland scored 27 points in two games as the Rams beat Cedar Grove 50-37 and lost to Towers 69-57. Copeland scored 14 points against Cedar Grove, while Curtis Wilson added 11 and Phillip Reeves had 12 rebounds. Austin Henderson scored 18 in the loss to Towers, Copeland added 13 and Reeves had 10 rebounds and five blocks.
Towers: Brett Oakman scored 18 points to lead the Titans past Arabia Mountain on Jan. 13. The Titans also defeated Woodward Academy 42-39 in overtime on Jan. 10.
Tucker: The Tigers lost to Southwest DeKalb 68-63 on Jan. 10 and defeated Redan on Jan. 13. In the loss to Southwest, Daniel Woodard scored 18 points and Joseph Ledbetter had 12 points and 10 rebounds. The Tigers had won four of their previous five games before the loss.
Stephenson: Coach Dennis Watkins earned his 300th career win in the Jaguars’ 53-24 win over Langston Hughes on Jan. 10. The Jaguars also beat Westlake 59-42 on Jan. 13. Watkins is 301-92 in his 14th season at the school. He has led the Jaguars to at least 21 wins in 10 straight seasons. He also led the Jaguars to the Class AAAAA state championship in 2008 and the Jaguars are 28-9 in state tournament games, second only to Southwest DeKalb among girls’ programs in the county.
Southwest DeKalb: Nicole Martin had 11 points and 16 rebounds in a 58-43 win over Tucker on Jan. 10. Martin scored 13 points and grabbed eight rebounds, and Nicole Razor added 11 points, as the Panthers defeated Dunwoody 72-7 on Jan. 13.
Decatur: Queen Alford scored 25 points and Jordan Dillard added 14 in an 82-16 win over W.D. Mohammed on Jan. 14.
Redan: The Raiders made only 15 of 50 field goal attempts in a 51-38 loss to Tucker. Brea Elmore had 10 points and 10 rebounds, Jada Byrd had 13 rebounds and Tyuana Ellison had 10 rebounds.
Tucker: Erykah Davenport had 21 points and 11 rebounds in a 51-38 win over Redan on Feb. 13. Kristen Kennebrew added 15 points and Quiana Tucker grabbed 10 rebounds for the Tigers (10-5, 4-3 in Region 6-AAAA). Davenport also scored 24 points in a 58-43 loss to Southwest DeKalb on Jan. 10.
St. Pius: The Golden Lions (13-3, 5-0) defeated North Atlanta 37-34 on Jan. 10 as Anna O’Donnell scored eight points to lead the way. Asia Durr scored 19 points and Sydni Payne added 13 in a 61-26 win over Grady on Jan. 13. On Jan. 14, Greater Atlanta Christian defeated the Golden Lions 45-30. Dylan Krause led all scorers with nine points.