Georgetown High’s boys beat Waccamaw 57-46 on Dec. 29 to wrap up the Berkeley High School Christmas Tournament 1-2.

Darius McGirt had 32 of Georgetown’s 57 points. He also had seven rebounds, three steals and one assist.

Jerry Dorsey had 8 points, eight rebounds, two assists, two steals and one block; Naseem Ahmad had 5 points, two rebounds and two steals; Jalan Logan had 5 points, three rebounds, three assists and two steals; Wanyae Grant had 3 points, three rebounds, two assists and one steal; Derrick Grant had 2 points and six rebounds; Timothy Jordan had 2 points, three rebounds, two assists and one steal; Jahbriel Walker had eight rebounds, two assists, two steals and one block; and Melquan Cromedy had one steal.

Ty’Shaun Richardson and Connor Heimberger had 14 points each to lead Waccamaw. Richardson also had three assists, one rebound, one block and one steal, and Heimberger had four assists and three steals.

Neil Fico had 5 points, seven rebounds and one block; Reginald Keith had 4 points, six rebounds and two steals; Hassan Holmes had 4 points, three rebounds, one block and one steal; James Alston had 2 points and one rebound; Ronald Thompson had 2 points; five rebounds and one assist; Victor Otubu had 1 point and two rebounds; and Shaw Keough had two rebounds and one block.

Georgetown was coming off a 50-38 loss to Stratford on Dec. 28.

McGirt led the Bulldogs with 15 points, two rebounds, two assists and one steal.

Dorsey had 11 points, four rebounds and two steals; Derrick Grant had 5 points, six rebounds and one block; Wanyae Grant had 2 points, two rebounds, two assists and one steal; Jordan had 2 points, one rebound and one assist; Ahmad had 2 points and three rebounds; Walker had 1 point, one block and one rebound; and Logan had three rebounds and one assist.

Georgetown opened the tournament with a 58-51 loss to Timberland on Dec. 27.

McGirt led the Bulldogs with 17 points, six rebounds, three assists, two blocks and one steal.

Dorsey had 10 points and three blocks; Ahmad had 5 points; Wanyae Grant had 6 points, three assists and one block; Derrick Grant had 5 points and two rebounds; Logan had 4 points, five assists and three rebounds; Jamari Geathers had 4 points and one rebound; Walker had two rebounds, two blocks and one steal; Ahmad had one rebound and one assist; and Jordan had two rebounds.

Waccamaw went winless at the Berkeley tournament.

The Warriors lost 58-47 to Berkeley on Dec. 27.

Keough led Waccamaw with 11 points, eight rebounds, one assist and one steal.

Heimberger had 10 points, five assists and three rebounds; Thompson had 8 points, three rebounds, one block and one steal; Richardson had 5 points and four assists; Keith had 5 points, two rebounds and one assist; Holmes had 4 points and two rebounds; Fico had 2 points, two rebounds and one assist; Otubu had 2 points; and Alston had one rebound and one steal.

Waccamaw then lost 52-39 to Cross on Dec. 28.

Richardson led the Warriors with 14 points, five rebounds, two steals and one assist.

Keough had 10 points, six rebounds and one assist; Heimberger had 7 points, three rebounds, two assists and one steal; Thompson had 5 points, seven rebounds, one assist and one steal; Andrew Kowalewski had 3 points and one assist; Keith had 1 point, two rebounds, one assist and one steal; Alston had five steals and one assist; Holmes had three rebounds; and Fico had one assist.

Georgetown (5-9) hosts Loris on Jan. 9 and travels to Aynor on Jan. 12.

Waccamaw (3-8) travels to St. James on Jan. 6, hosts Lake City on Jan. 9, and travels to Loris on Jan. 12.

Carvers Bay traveled to West Virginia during the week between Christmas and New Year’s to compete in the Martinsburg Mixer and Coach Skip Fowler Memorial Tournament.

The tournament was in Martinsburg, about 65 miles from where Carvers Bay Coach Jeff Mezzatesta grew up.

The Bears beat Washington from Charles Town, West Virginia, 57-55 on Dec. 27.

Tyrek Reed led Carvers Bay with 17 points four rebounds and one assist.

Dijon Goss had 13 points, 10 rebounds, three steals and two assists; Janaz Sumpter had 7 points, three rebounds and two steals; Jeremiah Epps had 7 points, eight rebounds and one block; Quevon Dickerson had 7 points, two steals and one rebound; Jaquan Reed had 4 points, eight rebounds and one steal; Stephon Greene had 2 points and two rebounds; Will Holmes had two steals; Jarrott Richards had one rebounds; Andre Marks had one assist.

Carvers Bay then lost 50-47 to Millbrook from Winchester, Virginia, on Dec. 28.

Epps led the Bears with 11 points and six rebounds.

Sumpter had 8 points, six rebounds and one assist; Goss had 8 points and 10 rebounds; Jaquan Reed had 6 points and seven rebounds; Holmes had 5 points; Tyrek Reed had 5 points, five rebounds, one assist and one steal; and Dickerson had 4 points, six rebounds and one steal.

Carvers Bay then beat Heritage from Leesburg, Virginia, 66-42 on Dec. 29.

Goss led the Bears with 18 points, 12 rebounds, four assists and one steal.

Tyrek Reed had 8 points, seven assists, four rebounds and four steals; Sumpter had 8 points, five rebounds, two assists and two steals; Dickerson had 8 points four rebounds and one steal; Epps had 6 points, six rebounds, one block and one steal; Avery Rice had 6 points and three rebounds; Jaquan Reed had 4 points and seven rebounds; Richards had 4 points, two rebounds and one steal; Marks had 2 points, two rebounds and one steal; Holmes had 2 points, three assists, two rebounds and two steals; Jaheim Damon had three rebounds; Jy Deas had one rebound; and Kordell Verner had one block.

Carvers Bay (10-2) travels to Johnsonville on Jan. 5 and Latta on Jan. 9, and then hosts Kingstree on Jan. 12.