Friday, February 1, 2013
The boys lost 95-59 to Kingstree on Tuesday night.
Monte McCrea had 16 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Yellow Jackets.
Johnel Grant had 10 points; Travis Collins had 10 points and 10 rebounds; Jowan Grant had eight points, three rebounds and four steals; and D.J. Lawrence had six points.
The girls lost 66-25 to Kingstree.
Da’Shaun Aiken had 18 points, five rebounds and three steals to lead the Bears to a 66-53 win over Timmonsville on Tuesday night. It was the Bears’ ninth straight win.
Carvers Bay led 13-12 at the end of the first quarter and extended it to 30-24 at halftime. After dominating the third quarter 20-6, the Bears had to hold off a Whirlwinds fourth-quarter rally for the victory.
Shayton Durand had 17 points and 14 rebounds; Shaquan Durand had nine points; Nigel Gamble had seven points; Darius Williams had seven points and 10 rebounds; Walter Linnen had four points, six rebounds and 10 steals; and Rayshad Dorsey had three steals.
The Lady Bears lost 59-43 to Timmonsville.
The Lady Whirlwinds jumped out to a 20-8 lead at the end of the first quarter, outscored Carvers Bay 9-8 in the second quarter, and 31-26 in the second half.
Desaree Green had 18 points and 10 rebounds to lead Carvers Bay.
Zaria Blain had 10 points; Quantaisha Robinson had six points; Jasmine Eaddy had four points and five rebounds; Jasmine Cobb had four points; and Anastashia Bromell had six rebounds.
Dae’Quan Gibson had 18 points and six rebounds to lead the Bulldogs to a 59-51 win over St. James on Tuesday night.
The teams were tied after the first quarter and tied at halftime, but Georgetown held St. James to eight points in the third quarter to take a 42-37 lead, and outscored the Sharks 17-14 in the fourth.
Anthony Blair had eight points and 12 rebounds; Stephon Cuttino had eight points and three rebounds; A.J. Walker had eight points and 10 rebounds; and Eddie Anderson had seven points and four rebounds.
The Lady Bulldogs won 45-41.
The Lady Warriors held Loris to single digits in scoring in three quarters on Friday to pick up their seventh win of the season.
Waccamaw led 8-2 at the end of the first quarter, and held off a Lions’ rally to extend it to 25-18 at halftime. The Lady Warriors dominated the second half en route to a 60-36 victory.
Mary Tyler had 23 points to lead Waccamaw.
Jaynae Rice had 13 points, Leann Thompson had seven, Jess Preedom had five, and D’etta Greene and Taylor Foster had four each.
The boys were outscored by 10 points in the fourth quarter in a 60-58 loss to Loris.
The Lions led 16-13 at the end of the first quarter, but the Warriors roared back to lead 27-24 at halftime and 41-33 at the end of the third quarter. Loris then used a 27-17 advantage in the fourth for the victory,
Adonis Williams had 19 points to lead Waccamaw.
Rob Ferraro had 17 points, and Matthew Fisher and Jeffron Smalls had five points each.
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