Tuesday, February 4, 2014
Waccamaw lost to region rivals Mullins (80-62) on Friday and Dillon (67-55) on Saturday.
Because of last week’s winter storm, high school teams were unable to practice all week, and most area teams played on Saturday to makeup for canceled games.
Rob Ferraro and Adonis Williams combined for 35 points against the Auctioneers. Ferraro also had 10 rebounds and three steals.
Jack Dwyer had eight points, seven rebounds and three assists; Justin Busby had seven points; Jemon Smalls had four points, five rebounds and two assists; Justin Hardee had four points; and Deandre Richardson had three rebounds.
Ferraro and Williams combined for 32 points against the Wildcats. Ferraro also had 10 rebounds and two steals.
Smalls had eight points, four rebounds and two assists; Busby had five points, three rebounds and two assists; Dwyer had four points, nine rebounds, three assists and two steals; and Stephon Funnye had five rebounds, two assist and two steals.
The Lady Warriors lost 79-25 to Mullins and 60-10 to Dillon.
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