Aaliyah Whiteside scored 21 points, going 11-of-11 from the free-throw line, to lead Georgia Tech post High Point, 81-61, in Riviera Division play at the women’s Cancun Challenge.
Whiteside also added seven rebounds and four assists for the Yellow Jackets (5-2), who took control early and had a 13-point lead after one quarter. Antonia Peresson and Roddreka Rogers each had 11 points.
Georgia Tech shot 47 percent from the field and forced 28 turnovers, while enjoying a 38-26 edge in rebounding.
The Panthers (1-6) had four players reach double figures in scoring, with Haleigh Hatfield leading the way with 17 points. Kaylah Keys had 14, Emma Bockrath had 12, and Kat Harris added 10.
High Point shot 42 percent from the field and struggle a bit from long range, going 6-of-21 from 3-point range.