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Bulldogs hold off Bears

  • Wednesday, December 11, 2013

  • Updated Wednesday, December 11, 2013 12:46 pm

Georgetown High's boys basketball team opened the season with a 69-61 win over Carvers Bay on Friday night.
Michael Billings for the Bulldogs and Darius Williams for the Bears led all scorers with 14 points each. Billings also had five rebounds, two assists and five steals. Williams also had seven rebounds and two steals.
For Georgetown, DaeQuan Gibson had 13 points and three steals; Stepfon Cuttino had 12 points, six rebounds and six steals; Cavonte Gamble had 12 points, three rebounds and two steals; Marquez Draytron had seven points and two rebounds; Sean Maybank had four points and four rebounds; and Davious Grant had five rebounds.
For Carvers Bay, Chris Carter had 10 points, two assists and two steals; Arkel Williams had eight points and six rebounds; T.J. Myers had eight points and 11 rebounds; Eaddy Moore had seven points and four rebounds; Marquiese Goss had five points and Dary Goss had three points, three rebounds and two steals.  
Waccamaw picked up wins over Christian Academy (64-59) and St. James (68-56) last week.
Adonis Williams had 21 points, two rebounds, two assists and two steals to lead the Warriors past the Saints.
Stephon Funnye had 12 points, four rebounds and two assists; Rob Ferraro had 11 points and 11 rebounds; Jemon Smalls had nine points and five assists; Justin Busby had six points; and Jack Dwyer had three points, five rebounds and 10 assists.
Smalls had 23 points, seven rebounds and two assists to lead Waccamaw over St. James.
Ferraro had 17 points and six rebounds; Williams had 13 points and three steals; Dwyer had 10 points, nine rebounds, seven assists and two steals; and Funnye had three rebounds.
Waccamaw hit 19 free throws in the game.
Andrews started the season with dominant wins over C.E. Murray and Lincoln.
Steven Frasier led the Yellow Jackes with 14 points.
Wanyae Moore and Johnathan Grant had nine points each.


Carvers Bay has started the season with dominating wins over Carolina Forest and Georgetown.
Desaree Green scored 19 points, nine rebounds, three assists, five steals and six blocks to lead the Lady Bears to a 61-37 win over the Lady Panthers.
Anatashia Bromell had 11 points, seven rebounds and five steals; LaQuasha Coles had nine points; Jada Walker had eight points and four rebounds; Quantaishia Robinson had six points, two assists and two steals; Zaria Blain had five points and five steals; and Taleaa Adams had four steals.  
Green had 14 points, 16 rebounds, three assists, four steals and four blocks in Carvers Bay's 51-34 win over Georgetown.
Blain had 16 points, two rebounds and two steals; Robinson had six points, three rebounds, three assists and two steals; Walker had seven rebounds, three steals and two clocks; Adams had four steals; and Bromell had four rebounds.
Andrews beat C.E. Murray 39-31 last week.
“The girls played with intensity ... and played good team defense,” said first-year head coach Dennis Britton. “Our goal was to keep them under 10 points each quarter.”
Shemeika McCray had 16 points, six steals and six rebounds; Tionne White had nine points,  two rebounds and three steals; Nyesha Filmore had seven points, seven rebounds and two steals; and Zanavia Deas had seven points, seven rebounds and two blocks.
Waccamaw lost 41-30 to St. James last week.
Kadijah Smalls led the Lady Warriors with nine points. Madeline Hoffman had seven points, Alexis Grove had six, and Jazmyn Torrance had four.


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