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McEachern junior Caliya Robinson blocked 17 shots Monday night and recorded an unconventional triple-double along with 16 points and 15 rebounds.








Berkmar 74, Walton 65 (OT)

Hillgrove 72, Douglas County 71

Luella 52, Newnan 42

Norcross 69, Dacula 67

North Gwinnett 74, Lambert 48

Pebblebrook 70, Brunswick 54

Tift County 60, Lovejoy 57

Wheeler 93, Shiloh 90 (OT)





Allatoona 70, M.L. King 60

Bainbridge 85, Mundy's Mill 76 (OT)

Jenkins 68, Northside-Warner Robins 66

Miller Grove 69, Villa Rica 49

Northside-Columbus 54, McIntosh 51
Stephenson 80, Osborne 75 (2OT)
Tucker 71, Pope 64

Warner Robins 53, Effingham County 49



Class AAAA


Alexander 60, Grady

Carrollton 47, Marist 45

Columbia 67, Fayette County 58

Glenn Hills 71, Eagle's Landing 51

Jonesboro 62, Worth County 45

Rutland 88, Crisp County 77

Sandy Creek 83, Johnson-Gainesville 80 (OT)

Westover 79, Riverdale 60



Class AAA


Buford 45, Blessed Trinity 40

Callaway 87, Thomson 83

Cartersville 59, St. Pius 40

Cedar Grove 62, Dawson County 33

Johnson-Savannah 57, Douglass 37

Morgan County 72, East Hall 54

Swainsboro 69, Carver-Columbus 66

Washington County 78, Central-Macon 45



Class AA


Calhoun 59, Westminster 37

Coosa 63, Hapeville Charter 56

Greater Atlanta Christian 80, Model 62

Jefferson 80, Manchester 62

Laney 80, McIntosh County Academy 57

Northeast-Macon 68, Early County 59

Pelham 72, Putnam County 52

Vidalia 74, Westside-Augusta 36



Class A-Private


Aquinas 80, Landmark Christian 67

Athens Christian 74, Providence Christian 37

Calvary Day 67, Mount Vernon 54

Greenforest Christian 77, Athens Academy 26

Holy Innocents' 75, Mt. Pisgah 61

North Cobb Christian 57, Fellowship Christian 42

St. Francis 90. Hebron Christian 47

Whitefield Academy 83, Darlington 61



Class A-Public


Calhoun County 85, Trion 64

Dooly County 71, Marion County 54

Hawkinsville 69, Seminole County 64 (OT)

Portal 64, Stewart County 51

Randolph-Clay 56, Georgia Military 42

Treutlen 81, Lanier County 64

Turner County 74, Claxton 54

Wilkinson County 71, Wheeler County 49




Tucker 65, Osborne 59
Forest Park 60, Northside-Columbus 49

Class A-Private

St. Francis 74, Pace Academy 31

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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Quarterfinals set after dramatic Sweet 16 action






Berkmar 74, Walton 65 (OT): Berkmar led 32-27 at the half and took a 42-41 lead into the fourth quarter before an intentional foul sent senior Kiair Crouch to the foul line with nine seconds left and the score tied 56-56. Crouch netted both foul shots to give host Berkmar a 58-56 lead and the ball remained in the Patriots' possession. Walton intercepted the inbounds pass and took it the length of the floor where Elijah Weems hit a layup with one second left to force overtime (58-58). Berkmar would recover in overtime and the Patriots dominated the extra period 16-7. Crouch led the way with a team-high 22 points and five assists. Six-foot-ten Berkmar senior Tim Rowe finished with 19 points, 15 rebounds and five blocks. Jonathan Sanks scored 19 points and had five assists and six boards for Berkmar.


Hillgrove 72, Douglas County 71: Jordan Julian made a 3-pointer from the top of the key off an Antonio Wade inbounds pass with .8 seconds remaining for visiting Hillgrove. Hillgrove led 45-25 at the half, but a third quarter in which Douglas County outscored the Hawks 28-12 made it a 4-point game heading into the fourth quarter. Julian finished with 18 points, and Kyle Castlin led the Hawks with 26 points.


Luella 52, Newnan 42: Luella dominated the second half by outscoring the visiting Cougars 27-18. Diamond Jones and Doniel Dean each scored 10 first-half points for Newnan, which held a 25-24 half-time lead. Dean finished with a team-high 20 points. TeMarcus Blanton led Luella with a game-high 25 points.


Norcross 69, Dacula 67: Norcross forwards Ricky Madison (22 points, 11 rebounds) and Lorenzo Carter (11 points, 12 rebounds) both had double-doubles for the host Blue Devils. Cam Moye led Dacula with 20 points. Norcross held a 10-point lead in the fourth quarter, and by five with seconds left. Dacula hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to bring the final margin to two.


Pebblebrook 70, Brunswick 54: Host Pebblebrook opened the game on a 17-4 run and finished the first quarter with a 20-12 lead. Ty Hudson dropped 13 in the opening quarter and included three 3-pointers in the opening minutes of the game. Pebblebrook extended the lead to 43-24 at the half and outscored the Pirates 37-30 in the second half.

Photo by Shine Rankin



Photo by Shine Rankin
Tift County 60, Lovejoy 57: Tift County led 26-16 at the half and 44-28 entering the fourth quarter, then watched as visiting Lovejoy drew to within three behind a barrage of 3-pointers. Tift County withstood the charge behind 21 points by Tadric Jackson, 15 by Ladarius Stewart and 11 by D.J. Bryant. Lovejoy's Jahir Cabeza made three shots from beyond the arc in the final period to help the Wildcats narrow the Tift County lead.





Allatoona 70, M.L. King 60: Allatoona led 49-27 after three quarters and extended its advantage to as many as 24 points before comfortably holding off visiting M.L. King. Daniel Fowler led the Buccaneers with 29 points and seven assists and he scored 27 of his points in the second half. Rodney Brown added 15 points for Allatoona and Ephraim Tshimanga chipped in 10.


Jenkins 68, Northside-Warner Robins 66: Jenkins led 53-43 to start the fourth quarter, but a Northside rally saw the War Eagles briefly retake a 1-point lead, their first since starting the game on an 8-0 run. Malik Benlevi and Jamelle Lanier both scored 14 points for host Jenkins, and Brenden Carter had 11.


Miller Grove 69, Villa Rica 49: Alterique Gilbert had 22 points and seven assists to lead Miller Grove, while Keith Pinckney scored 12 points and James Walker had seven. Raylon Richardson led the host Wolverines in rebounds with eight and blocked two shots. A defense-heavy first half had both teams tied 23-23 at the break before Miller Grove pulled away in the third quarter. The win puts Miller Grove into the state quarterfinals for the eighth straight season.

Photo by Ty Freeman


Stephenson 80, Osborne 75 (OT): Despite 32 points from D'Haire Haney for host Osborne, Stephenson won on the road behind 23 points, 16 rebounds and three blocks from Montez Sweat. His teammate in the post, Delmont Walton, contributed 15 points, 13 rebounds and five blocks, Daniel Kinchen scored 11 points, and Juwan Henderson had seven points and seven assists for Stephenson. Haney scored on a layup as the buzzer sounded to end regulation to tie the game at 70-70.


Tucker 71, Pope 64 (2OT): Tucker senior point guard Davanta Reynolds scored eight points in the two overtime periods after hitting a 3-pointer with seconds left in regulation to send the game to overtime. Reynolds finished with 17 points and eight assists while senior forward Tyrell Thomas led the visiting Tigers with 20 points and 14 rebounds. Junior guard Chase Hutchins led Pope with a game-high 22 points.




Glenn Hills 71, Eagle's Landing 51: Host Glenn Hills got 23 points from Aubrey McRae on the strength of five 3-pointers. Santo Nina, Aaron Williamson and Ziaire Cook all scored 10 points for Glenn Hills, and Eagle's Landing had two players score in double-figures - Jordan Sessions (12 points) and Darius Howard (11 points).


Jonesboro 62, Worth County 45: Freshman sensation M.J. Walker led 

Jonesboro to a fast start with 11 points in the opening quarter and finished the opening half with 16 points to give the Cardinals a 35-26 edge. Walker finished with a game-high 24 points and three dunks in the second half. Jonesboro's Austin Donaldson chipped in with 12 points and five assists and DeAntre Mack scored 10. Tracey Hector Jr. finished with nine points and 10 rebounds.




Buford 45, Blessed Trinity 40: Buford won its 19th straight game by holding off visiting Blessed Trinity. Rakim Lubin led the way with 15 points and 12 rebounds for the Wolves, who went 18 for 21 from the free-throw line. Matt McMorris added 10 points and Justin Edwards scored 10.


Callaway 87, Thomson 83: Dre Martin poured in 39 points to help Callaway win a thriller over visiting Thomson. The victorious Cavaliers trailed most of the way and their deficit was two heading into the fourth quarter. Callaway, however, finally grabbed the lead then put them game away with free-throw shooting in the final minute. Braylon Sanders scored 18 points for Callaway.


Cartersville 59, St. Pius 40: Cartersville led 27-21 at half then dominated the third quarter by an 18-9 margin to pull away from visiting St. Pius. A.J. Mosby scored a game-high 26 points to lead Cartersville. The Purple Hurricanes also got 15 points from Ryan Davis and 13 from Corey Tobin. College of Charleston signee Nick Harris led St. Pius with 16 points as the Golden Lions' only player in double-figures. Harris was guarded all night by Cartersville's Hunter Benham, who finished with 13 rebounds.


Cedar Grove 62, Dawson County 33: Cedar Grove powered its way to a

Photo by Ty Freeman

28-13 halftime advantage as it took care of visiting Dawson County. Jacari Cross led the Saints with 22 points and Christopher Fredrick added 18.


Washington County 78, Central-Macon 45: The Golden Hawks trailed 10-9 after the opening quarter, but outscored visiting Central-Macon 21-5 in the second quarter and eventually forced a 6-minute fourth quarter (due to the mercy rule) with a 61-26 lead at the end of three. Kendall Phillips picked up his scoring in the momentum-changing second quarter and netted eight of his game-high 24 points. Sophomore TiQuan Lewis scored nine of his 23 points in the quarter and finished with a team-high 10 rebounds and junior A.J. Gray reached double-figures with 15 points. At one point the Chargers missed 16 consecutive shots.




Greater Atlanta Christian 80, Model 62: Greater Atlanta Christian dominated the second quarter by a 23-7 margin to lead 42-24 at halftime and pull away from visiting Model. Isaiah Wilkins led the Spartans with 26 points and his supporting cast included Cam Boyd with 16 points, Troy Morrison with 13 and Eric Jamison with 10. Model was led by Doug Fisher's 21 points and Dwight Hall chipped in 10.


Jefferson 80, Manchester 62: Jefferson overwhelmed visiting Manchester 22-2 in the third quarter to break a 35-35 halftime tie. Tay Taylor led the Dragons with 25 points, while Satchel Turpin added 14 and Hunter Thompson contributed 12. Manchester was led by Demarcus Addie and Hozell Campbell, who scored 17 points apiece.


Vidalia 74, Westside-Augusta 36: Vidalia outscored visiting Westside-Augusta 22-0 in the fourth quarter en route to a commanding victory. Westside-Augusta was within striking distance at halftime, trailing 39-25, before things got out of hand. Tra Hardy scored 16 points to lead Vidalia, which also got 14 from Dashon Holloway, 13 from Terry Jones and 11 from Alton McCloud.




Athens Christian 74, Providence Christian 37: Junior point guard Turtle Jackson, a UConn commitment, led all scorers with 24 points while also totaling 10 assists and 10 steals for a triple-double for the host Eagles. Junior power forward Chris Tate added eight points and grabbed 14 rebounds. The Eagles soared to a 19-3 lead after one period and led 36-11 at the half. Junior Steven Kleinschmidt led Providence with 14 and junior Duncan Gotfredson, who scored the Storm's first eight points, had nine.


Greenforest Christian 77, Athens Academy 26: Greenforest Christian's

Photo by Ty Freeman

Justin Ravenel led all scorers with 17 points. Justin Forrest scored 12 for the Eagles, and Abayomi Iyiola had 10. John Ogwuche contributed eight points and 10 rebounds and Luis Hurtado had six assists. Greenforest led 41-14 at halftime.


Holy Innocents' 76, Mt. Pisgah 61: Darryl Stewart led host Holy Innocents' with 19 points and six assists, and Brent Duncan had a double-double with 18 points and 11 rebounds. Josh Ledbetter and Sam Asbury both contributed 14 points, and Mt. Pisgah was led by Devon Peterson's 20 points. Holy Innocents' held a 51-50 lead heading into the fourth quarter, but outscored Mt. Pisgah 25-11 the rest of the way.


North Cobb Christian 57, Fellowship Christian 42: Stephon Jelks led North Cobb Christian with 14 points and 13 rebounds to go along with two blocks. Trey Kalina contributed 12 points, six rebounds and three blocked shots, and Hunter Ware scored 12 points and had four steals. Host North Cobb Christian led 30-23 at the half.


St. Francis 90, Hebron Christian 47: Host St. Francis took a 44-30 lead at the half and outscored the Lions 34-8 in the third quarter to take a commanding 78-38 lead heading into the fourth. Malik Beasley led St. Francis with 21 points and added nine rebounds. The Knights dominated the glass and held Hebron Christian without an offensive rebound the entire game. Kaiser Gates finished with 19 points and 12 rebounds and sophomore Kobi Simmons added 16 points, seven boards and five assists. McKinley Brown notched a double-double with 10 points and 10 assists and the Knights scored 48 of their 90 points in transition. Hebron Christian was led by sophomore Thomas Swift's 15 points.


Turner County 74, Claxton 54: Turner County extended a 6-point lead after one quarter to 12 at halftime and 24 heading into the fourth quarter as it coasted past visiting Claxton. Nate Martin led the way for the victorious Rebels with 22 points. Turner County also got 20 points and nine rebounds from Antonio Graddick, while Malik Brown scored 10 points.


Stephen Black, Ricky Dimon, Alex Ewalt and Craig Sager II contributed to this report.

By Craig Sager II

Fired head coach defends his staff, efforts


Football coaches do not usually get fired in late February, but Campbell principal Dr. Denise Magee decided it was time to change directions on Monday and let go of head football coach Harris Rainbow after just three seasons.


"She [Dr. Magee] asked me to resign and I wouldn't because I'm not going to give up on our kids and I believe we've done a great job here," said Rainbow. "I told her if she wanted to fire me then she could and this was her decision not mine."


The unexpected

Photo by Craig Sager II

news came the morning of the Cobb County Touchdown Club banquet, where Campbell safety/running back Mike Rogers (UCF-signee) received his 2013 MDJ Cobb County Player of the Year honors. Rainbow, who was an All-Cobb County lineman himself at Wheeler High School attended the banquet in support of his former players and their achievements.


The Campbell Spartans missed the playoffs last season, but Rogers' electrifying plays made him a household name and a promising 4-6 record brought excitement to the Smyrna school and the road ahead. Three seasons earlier, Campbell was 1-9 and averaged just eight points per game. Rainbow came in as the sixth head coach at Campbell since 2001 and improved to a 20 points per game average in 2012 and set a school record last season with a 29 points per game average. Two of the Spartans' losses this past season came by a combined five points. Rainbow improved 


Campbell's win total in each of his three seasons, and dedicated his time building a foundation at a school where he dismissed several players during his tenure.


"I think over the course of the last three years we've set the foundation of what is right and what is wrong and one of the things we've preached to our kids is doing the right things and our kids have bought into it," said Rainbow. "The kids that didn't do things the right way, not only did I have to let them go, but the kids on our team wouldn't put up with it anymore. ... That is something Campbell should be proud of because the program is in the best shape it's been in in probably seven or eight years."


Dr. Magee agreed that the program was in much better shape since Rainbow took over, but decided change still needed to be made.


"She [Dr. Magee] told me yesterday [Monday] that I was doing a good job and our program is in much better standing from me being here," said Rainbow. "However, she said she wanted a change in direction and said we (have) to do program development better. When I asked her what program development was she could not tell me. She said she wanted to make a change and that we were going into a new region so it was a good time."


Campbell played in one of the best regions in the state last season with Class AAAAAA semifinalists McEachern and Hillgrove along with North Cobb, Marietta, South Cobb, Harrison, Kennesaw Mountain and Pebblebrook. Campbell's region for the 2014 season appears more favorable with Douglas County, East Coweta, Langston Hughes, Newnan, Pebblebrook, South Cobb and Westlake. Langston Hughes was the only team to make it out of the first round of the playoffs in 2013.

The next step for Rainbow could be a familiar one. Rainbow has taken five coaching jobs, all of which an 0-10 or 1-9 record the previous season.


"I've always taken over programs like Campbell and I love it," explained Rainbow. "Taking over a program where they haven't won anything to where they are competing at the highest level has been a wonderful thing."


Opportunities will be available across the state and Rainbow hopes to follow a path similar to another Cobb County coach that was fired last season. Ed Koester led South Cobb to a 7-3 record in 2012 only to be let go following the season. Koester took over South Paulding's program for 2013 and improved the team to a 10-2 record.


"There is no time to take off at this point," said Rainbow. "It would have been professional courtesy if she was going to do this [fire me] to do it in November but I will be looking for possible head coaching positions and, hopefully, just like in the past with coaches like Ed Koester last year, I land on my feet somewhere. ... I have a beautiful wife and two great kids and wonderful friends and family and I feel well respected in the coaching world and that is what is most important. Life is not fair and, unfortunately, the decision of one has taken something great that we were building away from a lot of people at Campbell."


There is not way to tell at this point how many assistant coaches at the school will be coaching elsewhere next season now that Rainbow is gone, but it appears the Spartans could have a lot of new faces patrolling sideline this season.






XL212 Kicks Off Inaugural North Metro Senior All-Star Basketball Experience


Alpharetta, Georgia - February 21, 2014 - XL212, a sports event management and marketing company based in Alpharetta, Georgia, launches the premier North Metro Senior All-Star Basketball Experience in March 2014. Events include an awards banquet, skills night, and boys and girls Senior All-Star Games.


The Year-End Awards and All-Star Player Recognition Banquet begins the All-Star Experience on March 10th at 7:30 pm at the Metropolitan Club. A high energy Skills Competition Night, March 14th at 7 pm at Blessed Trinity Catholic High School, will showcase high school players chosen to represent their schools. Skills Competition Night includes a Slam Dunk Contest, a Three-Point Contest, a Skills Course for guards, a Co-Ed Team Challenge, and a Girls' Scoring Contest.


Girls and Boys Senior All-Star Games are on March 15th, 2014 at 5:30 pm and 7:30 pm, respectively, at Blessed Trinity Catholic High School. For the All-Star games, Senior Student-Athletes from North Fulton and Forsyth will compete on North and South teams. Boys head coaches are Scott Bracco, Head Coach Lambert High School (North Team) and Brian Marks, Head Coach from Blessed Trinity Catholic High School (South Team). Girls head coaches are Eric Herrick, Head Coach North Forsyth High School (North Team) and Natalie Vuoriaho, Head Coach Alpharetta High School (South Team).


Scott Bracco, Head Boys' Coach Lambert High School, North All-Star Coach

Coach Scott Bracco is entering his second year as the Head Boys Basketball Coach at Lambert High School. In 2013, he guided the Longhorns to their first state playoff appearance in school history. The Longhorns were also honored as the Team of the Year by the Forsyth County Tip-off Club. Coach Bracco guided his Dunwoody High School basketball teams to four Final Fours, four Region Championships and captured back to back State Championships in 2005 and 2006. Coach Bracco has helped place over 50 players to the collegiate level and coached a McDonald's All-American in Chris Singleton (Florida State, Washington Wizards). Scott and Kara have three beautiful children. Bryce (9), Blake (6), and Braden (4).


Brian Marks, Head Boys' Coach Blessed High Trinity, South All-Star Coach

Brian Marks just completed his twelfth season as the head varsity boys' basketball coach at Blessed Trinity. Over the past eight years, Coach Marks' teams have accumulated 161 victories, averaging 20 wins per season during that span. In 2009, he led his Titans team to their first appearance in the State Championship Game.The team finished with a 26-7 record and was ranked #2 in the state in the final coaches' poll.  In the 2007-08 season, he guided the team to a 27 - 4 record and it's first Sweet Sixteen appearance. That team also reached the #1 state ranking in the Georgia Coaches Poll during the season. The 27 wins was the most in school history and the 22 consecutive wins the longest win streak in the program's history. Coach Marks was named the North Fulton Neighbor and the Roswell Beacon Coach of the Year in 2009.  In 2008, he was named AJC Northside Coach of the Year, Score Fulton County Coach of the Year, and Roswell Beacon Coach of the Year.  He has served on the Atlanta Tip-Off Club Selection Committee for the past seven years.


Eric Herrick, Head Girls' Coach North Forsyth High School, North All-Star Coach

Coach Herrick is in his 3rd year at North Forsyth High School as the Girls' Varsity Head Coach. He has been coaching for a total 13 years with 10 of those as a head coach including 4 years at Chattahoochee high school where his team reach the final four in 2010. Have coached more than 20 players who have went on to play college basketball including 4 at the Division 1 level. Career record of 187-70 as a varsity girl's head coach He served in the United States Air Force before attending Berry University and playing basketball there all four years. He is married to Faith Herrick and has two children, Cameron, age 9, and Kylee, age 3.


Natalie Vuoriaho, Head Girls' Coach Alpharetta High School, South All-Star Coach

Coach Vuoriaho has over 28 years of playing/coaching experience. She is the current Women's Basketball Head Coach at Alpharetta HS. Her prior coaching experience was in NC where she was the Head Women's Basketball Coach at Independence High School, Charlotte, N.C. from 2008-2012. In 2006-2008 she was the Head JV Basketball Coach at Monroe HS, Monroe, N.C.In 2010, Coach Vuoriaho was the head coach of an All-Star Basketball team that competed in France. Coach Vuoriaho is an active member of many professional basketball association's such as the Women's Basketball Coaches Associations (WBCA), Georgia Athletic Coaches Association (GACA), BCA (Black Coaches Association), North Carolina Coaches Association (NCCA) and she served on the Charlotte Senior Pro-Am selection committee. She teaches Business classes at Alpharetta HS where she is also a FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) advisor. Coach Vuoriaho is a proud parent of 2 sons, Nicholas, 16, and Christopher, 11. One of her proudest accomplishments is a 100% graduation rate of her players and all of her players went on to attend post-secondary education.




Margaret Billingsley

202 South Main Street, Suite 104

Alpharetta, GA  30009



The public is invited to attend all events. To find out more about the Senior All-Star Experience and to purchase tickets, visit,, and Twitter:@XL212.






In an effort to aid Student-Athletes with their dream to play college football, XL212 is hosting an Unsigned Senior Expo in Metro-Atlanta. Unsigned Seniors and Underclassmen are invited to showcase their skills for college coaches and scouts from across the country. The expo will be held on Saturday March 8th at McEachern High School from 1:00-4:00pm. Student-Athletes will be measured with Fully Automated Timing Systems (F.A.T.S) so the data received will be accurate. Testing will consist of: 40-yard dash, height, weight, broad jump, vertical jump, 5-10-5 drill, L-Drill, and powerball toss. Participants will also receive an XL212 Certified player-profile sheet that can be sent to any college coach the player desires, and online exposure in the XL212 database.


Every year, thousands of talented High School football players get overlooked by college scouts based on lack of exposure. Many Student-Athletes attend expos to gain more exposure and increase their opportunity to play at the next level. In fact, Student-Athletes that participated in similar football combines in Texas and California have earned millions of dollars in scholarship money and grants to play college football.



McEachern HS:

2400 New Macland Road
Powder Springs, GA 30127

Date: Saturday March 8th, 2014

Register online:

Cost: $49


For more info and questions please call XL212 at 678-509-5212 or email Nate Peterson at:




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