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Oconee County beats Gainesville 51-48 in girls’ basketball in region 8B-AAA

Despite having a strong season, Oconee County has been eliminated from the state tournament by a tiebreaker. The Titans lost to Dawson County in the consolation quarterfinals.

The Titans jumped out to a 22-14 lead in the first half. They built their lead to 12 points in the third quarter. They then went on an 11-0 run in the fourth quarter to tie the game. The tiebreaker came when Oconee County scored one less pin.

Oconee County finished with 478 points. They were second in the region.

Oconee County has been in the top five every week since the start of the season. They have been upset a couple of times. But, they have been able to put together a nice non-region schedule. They will compete in the East Metro Duals in Monroe Area.

The girls’ basketball team was led by Gabby Bevillard with 18 points. Jada Williams added 13 rebounds. Alyssa Phillip had six rebounds and four assists.

The boys’ team was led by Isaiah Nelson-Ododa with 14 points. They also had a 3-point play by senior forward Stephon Eades.

Oconee County has a solid group of athletes. They have been getting hot lately. But, there are a lot of teams in the state that could get hot. And, there are a few teams that are capable of deep tournament runs.

Clarke Central High School varsity volleyball team fell to Oconee but rebounded to defeat Gainesville

Despite a loss to Oconee County, the Stephens County Lady Indians varsity volleyball team re-established itself with a win over Clarke Central. Having won six of their first nine games, the Lady Indians’ record climbed to 11-10. They will now travel to Dacula on Tuesday.

After suffering a loss to Oconee County on Friday, the Lady Indians have bounced back with a victory over Clarke Central. Tytiunna Tukes led the team to victory with her leadership skills. Using her athleticism and tenacity, she helped her team win the game.

Clarke Central’s varsity boys’ soccer team defeated Apalachee 6-4 and Winder-Barrow 4-2. Earlier in the week, the Falcons also defeated Grayson, 75-72. However, their game against the Rams took a turn in the fourth quarter. After a penalty kick shout-out, Eddu Solórzano scored with 33.7 seconds left in the game to tie the game.

The Falcons’ next home game is against Shaw High School on April 13. They are 2-5-2 overall. After a rocky start, they started playing more in the second quarter. They also picked up their first region win in five games.

Kyndall Golden was the only other player in the game with double-doubles. She had a nice lefty hook in the lane and kept the rebounds high. She was also able to rebound out of the area.

Oconee Painting’s 2021 Salon Show

Located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Gainesville offers a wealth of recreational activities and attractions. The city is also home to the Oconee County School of the Arts. The Oconee County Arts Council sponsors many art and music events throughout the year. The city is also home to several museums, including the Georgia Museum of Art and the Quinlan Visual Arts Center.

The museum is currently hosting a large-scale solo exhibition by local artist Melody Croft. The show is part of a wave toward increased representation of marginalized identities in the art world. In addition to Croft’s work, a few other notables are currently on display, including the work of former GCAA president and current CCAA vice president Kevin DeVane.

The show is a whopping 300 pieces, all of which will be on view. This show is also a great opportunity for members to show off their wares. The museum is free to visitors during its scheduled hours of operation. During the exhibition’s closing hours, local artists are required to remove their works from view.

A slew of accolades will be awarded to the best of the crop. The awards are split into five categories, based on the jury’s scorecard.