Georgia Cup IV Elementary School Championships

Atlanta Celtics

9U Championship 

The rivalry between Team Heat and Georgia Kings continues to grow at the 9U level. The squads met for the fourth time over the last two Georgia Cups. This time they met for the title. Team Heat won 41-29. Team Heat was paced by Aaron Kearse’s 11 points while Javoris Scott scored 10 points. Amari Hubbard scored seven. Jakobe Caslin scored eight points and Jamarcus Davis scored six for the Georgia Kings. - Justin Young 

10U Championship

The Wellington Wolves beat TNBC Select 44-29 to win the 10U Georgia Cup IV championship on Sunday afternoon. Brian Boston led Wellington with 12 points while Xavian Charles and Caden Gordon each scored six. The team was well-balanced throughout the event. Kyle Coleman led TNBC with 10 points while Ashton Bjerke scored five in the defeat. - Justin Young 

11U Championship

Triple Double beat AHT Sports 46-27 to take home the 11U Championship at the Georgia Cup IV. After finding themselves down 5-2 at the end of the 1st, Triple Double blew it open in the 2nd quarter to go up 13 at the half and never looked back. Leading the scoring for Triple Double was Caleb Underwood as he put up 9 points. Following Underwood were Samuel Thacker and Jaxson Bell with 7 points apiece. Mason Lewis scored a game-high 10 points for AHT Sports in the loss. - Joe Chapman

12U Black Championship

The Atlanta Celtics beat the Montgomery Fire 59-40 to win the 12U Black Championship game. The Celtics scored easily in transition and finished well at the rim all game. Isaiah Collier was able to score from all over the floor, knocking down outside shots and getting to the bucket. Collier had 13 at the half and  finished with 23 points. Jaiven Cheeks had 9 and Austen Childress put up 7 to round out the scoring for the Celtics. Cedrickus Williams hit several big shots for the Fire, including a couple 3’s to spark their comeback. Montgomery big man JaDaris Lamar added 8 points but the Fire didn’t have enough to cut the lead down the stretch. - Bre Singleton 

12U Orange Championship

Georgia Excel topped the Georgia Kings 53-22 to take home the 12U Orange Championship. Excel jumped out to a double digit lead early behind 12 points from Victor Newsome in the first half. Charles Williamson came alive in the second half, adding 13 points of his own to lead all scorers for the game. Outside of Kelton Smith’s 6 points, the Kings had trouble putting the ball in the basket against a bigger, stronger, and faster Excel team. Cambren Hicks and Jakeith Hodo each added 4 points in the loss. - Bre Singleton

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June 29 – July 2, 2017
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Suwanee Sports Academy
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Boys 3rd-11th grades
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