The Central High School boys' basketball team captured a 64-47 road victory over Temple on Friday night in a Carroll County clash.

The Lions (3-1) were led by Jarrod Jackson with 14 points, while D.J. Clayton added 13 and Braxton Edge finished with nine.

Central returns home on Saturday to host Northgate in a 4:30 p.m. matchup.

In other prep basketball action from Friday:

No. 8 Villa Rica girls 97, East Paulding 33: The Lady Wildcats (3-0, 1-0 Region 7-AAAAA) dominated their league opener, placing four scorers in double-figures offensively.

Emmy Parham led the charge with 26 points, followed by Deasia Merrill with 17, Lexi Cooley with 15 and Aliyah Hindsman with 14.

Rounding out VR's scorers were Jaila Orozco with eight, Kyndal Coleman with seven, Diana Parks chipped in five, Tee Windom added three and Hannah Goen posted two.

No. 4 Haralson County girls 54, Murray County 36: The Rebelettes (2-0, 1-0 Region 6-AAA) rolled in the region opener in Chatsworth, as Alexis Boykin finished with 16 points, followed by Indiya Smith with 12 and Claire Robinson with 11.

HC remains on the road with a trip to LFO on Tuesday evening.

Coahulla Creek girls 75, Bremen 38: The Lady Blue Devils (4-1, 0-1 Region 6-AAA) fell to the Lady Colts, getting 12 points from Morgan Cashen, while Alyssa Taylor added 10 and Lyndi Dewberry posted nine.

Oak Mountain girls 31, St. George's 16: The Lady Warriors were paced by Christian Pollard with 11 points, 15 rebounds and two blocked shots.

St. George's boys 55, Oak Mountain 45: T.J. Middlebrooks dropped in 17 points, while Cofer Horton added 10 for the Warriors.

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