Ricky McKenzie had 28 points and pulled down 11 rebounds to lead Walker to a 76-56 victory over North Cobb Christian on Monday in the Paulding County Hoopsgiving Tournament.

C.J. Brown had 21 points and eight rebounds. Noah Pederson finished with nine points and D.J. Dennis added eight for the Wolverines (2-2).

Campbell 70, Dunwoody 48: Dante Harrison had 20 points, five assists and five steals to lead the Spartans to a non-region victory.

David Clark finished with 19 points and nine rebounds, and Ryan Ray had 14 points for Campbell (2-0).

North Cobb Christian 71, King’s Ridge Christian 67: The Eagles had four players score in double figures as they earned a non-region victory.

Albert Wison led the way with 16 points and 16 rebounds. Josh Dixon had 17 points, Tremain Davis 15 and Jake Hewitt 10. Sam Ayegunie added eight points and eight rebounds.

North Cobb Christian (2-0) will face Mundy’s Mill at the Hoopsgiving Classic at Shiloh on Friday.

Winder-Barrow 56, Marietta 47: Todd Lecadre had 10 points to lead the Blue Devils, but the team fell in the Jackson EMC Classic.

Izaiyah Nelson and Jaiden Mann each added eight points for Marietta (1-1).

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Monday

Hillgrove 49, North Cobb Christian 34: Aryelle King had 16 points with four rebounds and five steals to lead the Lady Hawks to a win in the Paulding County Hoopsgiving Tournament.

Mycah Ford finished with eight points and 10 rebounds, while Elena Hardin and Caylie Long each added six points for Hillgrove (4-0).

Brooke Moore led North Cobb Christian with 10 points, 10 blocks and six rebounds. Lauryn Towns finished with 11 points and Selena Wilson added six points and 12 rebounds.

North Cobb 62, Paulding County 26: Dayuna Colvin had 23 points, seven rebounds, five steals and four assists in three quarters to lead the Lady Warriors to a victory in the Paulding County Hoopsgiving Tournament.

Mahassen Thomas had 10 points and Erinne Giles added eight for North Cobb (3-0).

Campbell 44, Fayette-Ware (Tenn.) 39: Laila Battle had 15 points and four assists to lead the Lady Spartans to a victory in the Insider Exposure Thanksgiving Tournament in Jacksonville, Florida.

Tai Harvey had 10 points and six rebounds, Sarah Taub finished with eight points and Jadah Gibson added six steals for Campbell (4-0).

Lassiter 43, Centennial 42: Julia Konen’s basket at the buzzer lifted the Lady Trojans to a victory in the Wolverine Classic at Woodstock.

Macy Holt and Victoria Ryan scored in double figures for Lassiter (1-1).

Pope 60, Johns Creek 49: Caroline Heintzelman had 17 points to lead the Lady Greyhounds to a non-region victory.

Riley Bensman finished with 10 points, while Laila Nixon and Cetta Gatto added nine.

Pope (1-2) will travel to South Cobb on Dec. 4.

Cambridge 61, Walton 59: Lexy Harris had 17 points, but the Lady Raiders came up short.

Cici Childers had 15 points including four 3-pointers and Graycen Ehlen added 12 points for Walton (1-2).

Saturday

Hillgrove 61, Walker 7: Ten different players scored as the Lady Hawks rolled to a victory on the Paulding County Hoopsgiving Tournament.

Ella Jacobs had 10 points, Charlese Porter finished with nine, Amay Harris and Caylie Long each had eight and Aryelle King added seven. Asmina Mama grabbed seven rebounds.

SWIMMING

Saturday

The Campbell girls won the 12th annual Twin Challenge on Saturday at the West Gwinnett Aquatic Center.

The Lady Spartans finished with a total of 234 points.

They got the meet started the right way, winning the 200-yard medley relay. Sophia Ishikawa, Allison Damron, Abbie Stapleton and Julia Hodgson combined to win with a time of 1 minute, 56:18 seconds.

Ishikawa, Evie Papenhagen, Ava Lyon and Hodgson later won the 400 freestyle relay with a time of 3:54:28.

Damron (25.88) followed with an individual win in the 50 freestyle.

Duluth (223) came in second, followed by Kennesaw Mountain (179) and Peachtree Ridge (147).

Kyler Dixon got a first-place finish for Kennesaw Mountain in the 1-meter diving, with a score of 258.45 points. Reagan Reason later won the 100 backstroke (1:01.55).

On the boys side, Campbell finished third (173) and Kennesaw Mountain fourth (156) behind Duluth (230) and Peachtree Ridge (191).

David Ware got Kennesaw Mountain two first-place finishes in the 100 butterfly (54.97) and 100 backstroke (57.62).

Noah Harper was the only first-place finish for Campbell, with a time of 1:044.87 in the 100 breaststroke.

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