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Shiloh 23, Brookwood girls 32 – GDP 1/7/16

The Brookwood girls put the defensive clamps on Shiloh and improved to 4-2 in Region 8-AAAAAA and 8-5 overall with a 32-23 victory. Freshman Jazmin Robinson scored 10 points to lead the Broncos, while 6-foot-2 junior N’dea Jones had eight points, 11 rebounds and five blocked shots before fouling out in the final minute. Senior

Shiloh boys regain focus, blitz Brookwood in second half – GDP 1/7/16

SNELLVILLE — When the Brookwood boys took a 14-point lead over visiting Shiloh midway in the second quarter, it looked like the Broncos might be headed to a signature victory. All the big deficit did, though, was get the Generals’ attention on Wednesday night. “We really came out lackadaisical,” Shiloh coach Kim Rivers said. “I

Gwinnett hoops region standings – GDP 1/5/16

8-AAAAAA BOYS                          Region    Overall Dacula                  3-0          10-2 Shiloh                   3-0          9-2     Berkmar                4-1          8-5                      Grayson                3-1          12-1 Brookwood            3-2          10-3    Central                 1-3           6-6 Archer                  1-4           6-8    South                   1-4           5-7   Parkview              0-4           6-7                     GIRLS                          Region    Overall Archer                 5-0         11-2          Parkview             4-0          8-5 South                  3-2         8-5

All Teams Schedule: Week of January 4 – January 10

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Shiloh High School, January 4 – January 10 MONDAY January 04, 2016 No events happening TUESDAY January 05, 2016 No events happening WEDNESDAY January 06, 2016 3:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball @ Brookwood High School SCHEDULE 3:00 PM Boys Freshman Basketball @ Brookwood High School SCHEDULE

Boys basketball schedule and results

GDP Challenge Results – GDP 1/2/16

LAWRENCEVILLE — Buford never trailed and held off a brief run by Stephenson early in the third quarter to pull away for a 68-50 win Saturday at Archer. Tory Ozment scored 11 of her game-high 15 points in the second half, while Marissa Bruce finished with 12 points, seven rebounds, three assists and three steals