Tuesday, December 24, 2013
Georgetown was coming off a 59-36 loss to Conway.
The Tigers held the Bulldogs to single digits in scoring in the first and third quarters.
Stepfon Cuttino led the Bulldogs with 10 points and seven rebounds.
DaeQuan Gibson had nine points, four rebounds and two steals; Zaquan Collins had four points; Marquez Drayton had five rebounds; Cavonte Gamble had three steals; and Michael Billings had three rebounds.
The Bears had to overcome a scoreless third quarter to beat Johnsonville 50-44 last week.
Darius Williams led the Bears with 10 points, seven rebounds and four steals. Terry Bromell had eight points; Eaddy Moore had six points and seven rebounds; Tyrek Reed had five points; T.J. Myers had six rebounds; and Chris Carter had three rebounds and two steals.
Waccamaw beat Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach 72-63 and St. James 79-64 last week.
Rob Ferraro had 16 points, 10 rebounds and two steals to lead the Warriors over the Saints.
Jemon Smalls had 16 points, three rebounds and five assists; Jack Dwyer had 13 points, seven rebounds and eight assists; and Adonis Williams had 11 points.
Williams had 24 points, five rebounds, two assists and four steals to lead the Warriors over the Sharks.
Smalls had 19 points and three steals; Justin Busby had 14 points and four rebounds; Ferraro had 13 points, four rebounds and two steals; and Dwyer had eight points, 11 assists and three steals.
Last week Andrews beat C.E. Murray 53-49 and lost to St. James 52-44.
Lowcountry Prep remained undefeated this season with a 48-38 win over Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach last week.
Marguerite McClary led the Fighting Marlins with 19 points. Emerson Pate had 11 points, Emory McClary had 8. Tara Tison had seven.
Georgetown held off Conway 39-38 last week.
Waccamaw lost 50-34 to St. James last week.
Alexis Grove led the Lady Warriors with 19 points. Sydney Derrick had six points and Alex Jaouiche had four.
Andrews lost 43-21 to St. James last week.
Staff writer Chris Sokoloski contributed to this story.
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