Warriors hold off Blue Jackets

  • Thursday, January 23, 2014

Chris Sokoloski/Times Georgetown High's Stepfon Cuttino, against Waccamaw in the Beach Ball Classic, had nine points, four rebounds and five steals against North Myrtle Beach on Tuesday night.

Waccamaw High’s boys basketball team evened its region record to 1-1 with a 57-52 win over Aynor on Tuesday night.

Jemon Smalls led the Warriors with 15 points, four rebounds and two assists.

Justin Busby had 12 points and three rebounds; Jack Dwyer had 11 points, five rebounds, seven assists and four steals; Rob Ferraro had 10 points, five rebounds and two steals; Stephon Funnye had five points and three rebounds; and Deandre Richardson had four points.

The Lady Warriors fell to the Lady Blue Jackets43-35.

Kadijah Smalls had 15 points to lead Waccamaw. D’Avion Funnye had seven points.

Around the county

Josh Canteen had 13 points to help Carvers Bay beat Scott’s Branch 54-49.

Eaddy Moore had 11 points and seven rebounds; Arkel Williams had 10 points and 11 rebounds; Darius Williams had eight points, six rebounds and four steals; Chris Carter had six points, three rebounds and three steals; Dary Goss had six points, five rebounds and two steals; and Marquiese Goss had two rebounds and two blocks.

Georgetown traveled to North Myrtle Beach and lost 70-39. No Bulldog scored in double-digits in the game.

Stepfon Cuttino had nine points, four rebounds and five steals; DaeQuan Gibson had eight points, four steals and two blocks; Kristopher Crosby had five points and four rebounds; Marquez Drayton had four points and six rebounds; Michael Billings had four points and three rebounds; Darrion Graham had four points; Cavonte Gamble had five rebounds and two steals; Davius Grant had four rebounds; and Amalek Nesbit had two steals.

The Lady Bulldogs lost 42-33 to the Lady Chiefs.

Andrews lost 78-69 to Lake City on Tuesday.

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