CORDELE — The Crisp Academy girls basketball team, led by 19 points from Herald Super 6er Madi Mitchell, won its second straight in its home holiday tournament Friday, this time needing double overtime to beat Mount de Sales, 41-36.
J.J. Yawn followed with 11 points for Crisp, while Kayla Childers added 10.
Crisp is now done until after the new year when it travels to MDS’ home floor for a rematch Jan. 5.
LEE SCOTT (ALA.) BOYS 65, DEERFIELD 57: The Knights lost their second straight and fell to 5-3 on the season, once again struggling from the free throw line in the loss, going 5-for-12 in their second game of the Georgia-Florida Border Wars Tournament in Glennwood, Ala.
Justin Eady led DWS in scoring with 14, followed by 13 from Super 6er Ramello Carter and 10 from Jay Barber.
DWS is off until Jan. 4 when it travels to face Westfield.
WESTWOOD GIRLS 52, SOUTHLAND 27: The Lady Wildcats rolled against Southland behind 14 points from Rachel Harrell, 11 from Perra Harrell and 10 from Morgan Singleton. Southland was led by Madison McPherson’s 13 points.
Westwood is off until Jan. 8 when it travels to Dawson to play Terrell Academy.
LAKESIDE GIRLS 60, TERRELL ACADEMY 39: The Lady Eagles were routed Friday, but they will get a chance at redemption for a rematch in the title game of the Lakeside Christmas tournament if they can win today in the losers’ bracket against Ashford (Ala.).
Maura Milliron led with 16 points and was Terrell’s only double-figure scorer.
ASHFORD ACADEMY BOYS 69, TERRELL ACADEMY 62: Despite having three players in double figures — Conor Walsh (16 points), Raleigh Carlson (15) and Caleb Waters (11) — the Eagles fell and dropped to the losers’ bracket of the Lakeside tourney.
WESTWOOD BOYS 52, SOUTHLAND 43: The Wildcats got 16 points from Brody Collins, 14 from Mitch Good and 10 from Jamie Davis, while Colby Webb led all scorers with 27 for Southland.
RANDOLPH SOUTHERN SWEPT: Rhett Ragan scored 25, but it wasn’t enough as the Patriots (0-7) remained winless with a 78-50 loss to Success (Ala.).
In the girls game — an 82-67 loss to Ashford — Parker Rigsby led with 18, Alana McCook added 13 and Gabi Jackson chipped in 12. Randolph fell to 3-6 and will next play Jan. 3 at Sherwoood.