SATURDAY'S PREP HOOPS ROUNDUP: Westover dominant in sweep of Terrell County

DAWSON — For the second straight night, Terrell County fell victim to a Dougherty County school in its own gym.

One night after getting swept by Monroe in a boys-girls doubleheader, the Greenwave were swept Saturday by Westover.

The Herald No. 1 Westover boys cruised to an 84-59 victory behind Mike Green’s 24 points. Also for the Patriots (10-2), Timothy White scored 15 points, Khalil Carson scored 12 points and Donavon Robinson scored 10 points.

The No. 4 Lady Patriots (9-3) were also dominant with a 50-21 victory with Au Bre’ Ana Moore leading the way with 19 points.

Both Westover teams play again Tuesday at home against Worth County.

PELHAM GIRLS 60, COOK 41: The Lady Hornets are now Southwest Georgia’s lone undefeated girls basketball team after Saturday’s Region 1-AA win against Cook.

Herald No. 2 Pelham, which is now 8-0 and alone in the unbeaten category after No. 1 Randolph-Clay’s loss to Monroe, was led by Destiny Thomas’ 14 points. Hillary Williams added 12 points, and Super 6er Briunna Freeman and Timbreanna Hudson each scored 10 points for the Lady Hornets, who play again Tuesday at Berrien.

PELHAM BOYS 62, COOK 56: Jaquan Green and Quendarian Haywood each scored 14 points to lead the Hornets to a Region 1-AA victory.

Darius Spence added 12 points for Pelham, which is now 6-2 overall and plays again Tuesday at Berrien County.

THOMASVILLE GIRLS 69, EARLY COUNTY 64: The Lady Bobcats fell behind 22-4 after the first quarter and fought all the way back to eventually take the lead in the fourth quarter.

Thomasville, however, pulled away in the end to clinch the Region 1-AA victory.

The Lady Bobcats (4-6, 1-2) were led by Tynicia McCoy’s 23 points and seven rebounds, while Dorian White (17 points) and Latoya Eaford (11 points, six rebounds) also had good nights.

Early plays again Monday at Seminole County.

BAINBRIDGE BOYS 64, MILLER COUNTY 29: The Bearcats bounced back from Friday’s loss to Seminole County with a convincing win against Miller County behind Super 6er Tyree Crump’s game-high 16 points, Miles Thomas added 12 points for Bainbridge, which is now 6-5 overall and plays again Tuesday at home against Lincoln (Fla.).

Miller County was led by Antrayves Benton, who scored 10 points.