Alice Drive Middle School improved to 3-0 on the season with a 42-28 victory over Bates on Monday at the BMS gymnasium.
Marquis Lane-Owens led the Hawks with 12 points. Joseph Durant had 10 points and five steals, Matthew Miller had eight points …
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Marquis Lane-Owens led the Hawks with 12 points. Joseph Durant had 10 points and five steals, Matthew Miller had eight points and Nakeem Isaac had seven points and eight rebounds.
Zyeir Gamble led the Bantams with 10 points and Kayshaun Boyd had eight.
MANNING - Gerkedz Sharp scored 31 points to lead Manning Junior High School to a 61-45 victory over Furman on Monday at the MJHS gymnasium.
The Monarchs improved to 2-1.
Lee Central 51
BISHSOPVILLE - Lee Central defeated Spaulding 51-13 on Monday at the LCMS gymnasium.
Rylik Slater led the Stallions with 13 points. Samaki Hickman and Treyvon Pearson had eight points apiece.
Lee Central 52
Lakewood High School defeated Lee Central 53-52 on Saturday at The Swamp.
Grant Singleton led 2-1 LHS with 17 points. Ahkeem Lawson added 16.
Demarcus Smith led the Stallions with 12 points. DaVeon Thomas and Amadric Mixon both had 11.
Laurence Manning 66
The King's Academy 59
DARLINGTON - Laurence Manning Academy defeated The King's Academy 66-59 on Saturday in the Trinity-Byrnes Christmas Tournament.
Jerrel Kelly had a double-double of 28 points and 15 rebounds to lead the Swampcats. Grayson Dennis had 14 points and Chase Lee added 11 points.
MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL
Alice Drive 40
Stevye Sinkler scored 20 points to lead Alice Drive to a 40-28 victory over Bates on Monday at the BMS gymnasium.
Dayziana McCray added eight points, six rebounds, two assists and nine steals for the Lady Hawks. Amaya Coleman grabbed six rebounds to go with four points.
Chestnut Oaks 38
Chestnut Oaks improved to 3-0 with a 38-9 victory over Hillcrest on Monday at the CO gymnasium.
Antiyona Roach led the Lady Falcons with 13 points. Jada Hearell, Tynashya Anthony and Kalayah White each had six.
Lee Central 39
BISHOPVILLE - Lee Central Middle School defeated Spaulding 39-6 on Monday at the LCMS gymnasium.
Keemya Scott led the Lady Stallions with 12 points. Shaniece Moore had seven points and Kamonie Charles had six.
A'rayven Davis grabbed 12 rebounds.
Wilson Hall 33
Pinewood Prep 27
SUMMERVILLE - Wilson Hall improved to 4-0 with a 33-27 victory over Pinewood Prep on Friday at the PP gymnasium.
Gracyn Coker led the Lady Barons with 11 points. Abbie Beatson added seven.
Giants fire coach, general manager on Monday
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - Believing the team was spiraling out of control, the New York Giants went out of character by making two major in-season moves, firing coach Ben McAdoo and general manager Jerry Reese.
With the team reeling at 2-10 in a season where most felt it was capable of challenging for a Super Bowl, co-owners John Mara and Steve Tisch reached the decision Monday morning. It came less than a day after the Giants lost in Oakland, with quarterback Eli Manning benched and the offensively inept team performing poorly again.
NEW YORK - Aaron Boone's hiring was finalized Monday by the New York Yankees, who gave the ESPN broadcaster a three-year contract to succeed Joe Girardi as manager.
New York, which picked Boone over five other candidates last week, scheduled a news conference for Wednesday at Yankee Stadium. His deal contains a team option for 2021.
Now 44, Boone has never been a manager or even a coach at any level since retiring as a player after the 2009 season. His 11th-inning home run off Boston's Tim Wakefield won Game 7 of the 2003 AL Championship Series for the Yankees against Boston.
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