Campbell Holiday Classic: Game details

Campbell Holiday Classic

Boys

Round 1

Chamblee 72, Towers 47: Chamblee’s Ryan Burgess put on a shooting clinic and finished with seven made 3-pointers and a game-high 31 points. Sophomore Kendrew Winn and Freshman Jalen Knowlton each added eight points.

Wilson (D.C.) 60, Washington 53: Nicholas Barlow scored a team-high 14 points for Washington and teammate Tre’Quan Guinyard added 12 points in the Bulldogs’ loss to out-of-state Wilson.

Campbell 52, North Springs 50: Visiting North Springs had a chance to force overtime but missed a layup on the buzzer. Sophomore Mike Olmert paced Campbell with 16 points.

Girls

Thursday, Dec. 26

Chamblee 58, Stone Mountain 43: Candace Rhodes stuffed the stat sheet with 15 points, six assists and five steals for Chamblee and teammate Beija Valez finished with a game-high 20 points.

Douglas County 73, Walton 45: Santasia Faust led Douglas County with 19 points and teammates Maya Benham (12) and Tamia Tillman (13) scored in double figures. Katie Dozier led Walton with 19 points and hit five three pointers.

Kell 52, Richmond Academy 44: Judea Johnson scored a game-high 16 points and was one of three Longhorns in double figures. Teammates Onyx Henderson added 14 points and Jordan Dubose netted 12 points. MaKayla Tanksley finished with 13 points and Tyren Ward scored 11 points for Richmond Academy.

Campbell 69, Tri-Cities 31: Host Campbell was led by Julian McKie’s 12 points. McKie added a pair of steals and assists and teammate Miranda McClure grabbed six boards and scored eight points.

Round 2

Friday, Dec. 27

Boys

Campbell 58, Towers 46: Campbell led 28-11 at the half and held Towers to just four points in the second quarter. Demonte Parker scored 16 points for Towers and Lazarus Walker turned in a game-high 19 points for Campbell.

North Springs 57, Washington 52: The two teams entered halftime tied 22-22 and Washington took a narrow 41-38 into the fourth quarter. Senior Walter Cole paced North Springs back in front and finished with a team-high 14 points. Spartans teammates Garrett Showell and Eddie Clary each finished with 11 points.

Wilson (D.C.) 62, Chamblee 48: Wilson took a 34-26 lead into halftime and Chamblee struggled with just seven points in the third quarter. Chamblee senior Ryan Burgess finished with 10 points and sophomore Kendrew Winn added 10 points.

Girls

Campbell 51, Kell 50: The Spartans trailed 33-25 entering the final quarter but outscored Kell 26-17 in the fourth to secure the 1-point win. Onyx Henderson led Kell with 23 points, five rebounds and six steals. MiKayla Wilson led Campbell with 16 points and added six rebounds and six steals. Julie McKie scored 10 points and Miranda McClure grabbed a game-high nine rebounds for the Spartans.

Douglas County 60, Chamblee 41: Candace Rhodes paced Chamblee with 15 points and Brooke Carthon added 10 points. Douglas County got 12 points from Santasia Foust and 11 points from Maya Beaham. Dorid Ijeoma added eight points for the Tigers.

Richmond Academy 56, Tri-Cities 27: The Musketeers took a 5-3 lead after the first quarter but heated up offensively and extended the lead to a 22-11 advantage at the half.  Jasmine Robinson finished with a game-high 13 points and Tyren Ward added 10 points.

Walton 55, Stone Mountain 33: Walton took a 25-12 lead into the halftime and closed the game with a 23-point scoring outburst in the fourth quarter after a slow seven-point third period. Katie Dozier led the Raiders with 16 points and Hannah Patterson added 12. Naukeevia Hood reached double figures for Stone Mountain with 11 points.

Saturday, Dec. 28

Girls

Douglas County 74, Campbell 65: Alex Brown led Douglas County with 14 points and 12 rebounds as the Tigers took the tournament championship. Marisa Hill had 25 points for Campbell and Julie McKee had 15, but it wasn’t enough for Campbell. Maya Benham had 16 points and Olivia Whatley added 14 for Douglas County.

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Huh?

December 24th, 2013
8:03 am

This should be a fun tournament!! I’m sure the AJC has some contacts that could provide more information than just the title!!