BOYS AREA ROUNDUP

Three Stallions reach double figures in 70-51 win over Crestwood

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Lee Central High School's varsity boys basketball team had three players score in double figures as it defeated Crestwood 70-51 on Friday at The Castle.

DeMarcus Smith led the Stallions, who improved to 2-2 on the season, with 21 points. DaVeon Thomas added 18 points and Amadric Mixon had 15. Mixon connected for four 3-point baskets.

Nazir Andion led 0-2 Crestwood with 19 points.

Pinewood Prep 58

Wilson Hall 31

SUMMERVILLE - Wilson Hall lost to Pinewood Prep 58-31 on Friday at the PP gymnasium.

Daulton Dabbs led the Barons with 11 points, while Grant DeVarona had six. WH fell to 1-3.

Laurence Manning 49

Oakbrook Prep 46

DARLINGTON - Laurence Manning Academy defeated Oakbrook Prep 49-46 on Thursday in the Trinity-Byrnes Christmas Tournament.

Jerrel Kelley led the Swampcats with 15 points. Dawson Hatfield had 12 and Grayson Dennis had nine.

Thomas Sumter 49

Pee Dee 33

DALZELL - Thomas Sumter Academy improved to 2-1 with a 49-33 victory over Pee Dee Academy on Tuesday at Edens Gymnasium.

Dante Linder led the Generals with 17 points. Zach Fugate had 15 and Eli Kessinger 10.

On Nov. 21 in Dalzell, TSA opened its season with a 67-34 victory over Richard Winn. Linder led in scoring with 16, while Fugate had 14. Kessinger had seven points and four assists.

Manning 55

Edisto 43

MANNING - Manning High School improved to 2-0 with a 55-43 victory over Edisto on Wednesday at Thames Arena.

Israel Brown led the Monarchs with 13 points. Jayquan Pendergrass had eight and De'Juan Wilson had seven.

JV BASKETBALL

Pinewood Prep 33

Wilson Hall 30

SUMMERVILLE - Wilson Hall fell to 3-1 with a 33-30 loss to Pinewood Prep on Friday at the PP gymnasium.

Miller Jones led the Barons with 10 points. Nathan Harris added nine.

On Thursday in Sumter, Wilson Hall beat Camden Military 48-26.

Evan Hoffman led the Barons with nine points while Wise Segars had eight and Jones seven.

Lakewood 40

Lee Central 32

Lakewood High School defeated Lee Central 40-32 on Saturday at The Swamp.

KJ Holloman led 1-2 LC with 11 points. Daurrion Kelly added 10.

On Thursday in Sumter, the Stallions lost to Crestwood 72-38.

Kelly led Lee Central with 13 points. Holloman and Naquan Peoples both had eight and Omarion Martin had six.

MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Bates 51

Hillcrest 37

DALZELL - Zyeir Gamble scored 13 points to lead Bates to a 51-37 victory over Hillcrest on Thursday at the HMS gymnasium.

Kayshawn Boyd added 10 points for the Bantams, who improved to 1-1. Brendan Gathers and Devin Quattlebaum both had seven.

Leslie Owens led the 0-2 Wildcats with 12 points. Justin Rembert added 10.

Alice Drive 67

Manning 52

Nakeem Isaac scored 22 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead Alice Drive l to a 67-52 victory over Manning Junior High School on Thursday at the AD gymnasium.

Joseph Durant added 15 points and five assists for the Hawks, who improved to 2-0 on the season. Dubose Rembert, Marquis Lane-Owens and Brandon Oliver each had six.

Lee Central 56

Ronald McNair 43

BISHOPVILLE - Lee Central opened its season with a 56-43 victory over Ronald McNair on Thursday at the LC gymnasium.

LeBron Thomas led the Stallions with 16 points. Rylik Slater added eight and Derrick Bradley had seven.

Scott's Branch 44

Kingstree 30

SUMMERTON - Scott's Branch defeated Kingstree Junior High 44-30 on Thursday at the SB gymnasium.

Tariq Coard led the Eagles with 15 points. Terrence Pusher had eight and Randy Gibson seven.

Chestnut Oaks 68

Ebenezer 35

Chestnut Oaks had three players score in double figures as it defeated Ebenezer 68-35 on Thursday at the EMS gymnasium.

Khalil Peoples led the Falcons with 16 points. Requan Baker added 12 and Zayveon Wells had 10.

B TEAM BASKETBALL

Wilson Hall 49

Camden Military 24

Jackson Duvall scored 25 points and had seven steals to lead Wilson Hall to a 49-24 victory over Camden Military on Thursday at Nash Student Center.

Dylan Richardson added seven points and five steals for the 3-0 Barons. Skyler Netchaeff had seven points while Tate Sistare had eight assists and three steals.