Crestwood High School will play its varsity football game today at a different site while Lee Central will be playing its game scheduled for today on Saturday.
Crestwood will travel to Marion to face Marion at 7:30 p.m., but the game will be …
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Crestwood will travel to Marion to face Marion at 7:30 p.m., but the game will be played at the Creek Bridge High field, also located in Marion. The game was moved because the Marion field was in poor condition due to Hurricane Irma.
Lee Central will play host to Buford on Saturday at noon at Stallions Stadium. The game was moved because LC didn't get to practice on Monday or Tuesday due to Irma.
Wilson Hall 3
Cardinal Newman 2
Wilson Hall evened its record at 9-9 on the season with a 3-2 victory over Cardinal Newman on Thursday at Nash Student Center.
The Lady Barons trailed 2-1 before winning the final two sets by the scores of 25-11 and 15-10.
Courtney Clark led WH with 22 kills and seven digs. Liza Lowder had 18 digs and six aces and Becka Noyes had 11 kills and four blocks.
West Florence 3
FLORENCE - Sumter High School remained winless in Region VI-5A with a 3-1 loss to West Florence on Thursday at the WF gymnasium.
The Lady Knights won by the scores of 25-19, 23-25, 25-11, 25-6.
SHS fell to 6-5 overall and 0-3 in region play.
VARSITY GIRLS TENNIS
Wilson Hall 9
Pee Dee 0
FLORENCE - Wilson Hall remained undefeated with a 9-0 victory over Pee Dee on Thursday in Florence.
The Lady Barons are 7-0.
1 - Z. Beasley (WH) defeated Webster 6-1, 6-0.
2 - Guldan (WH) defeated Smoak 6-0, 6-0.
3 - E. Beasley (WH) defeated Waters 6-0, 6-0.
4 - Davis (WH) defeated Hamilton 6-0, 6-0.
5 - Allred (WH) defeated Lane 6-0, 6-0
6 - Land (WH) defeated Woodle 6-0, 6-0.
1 - E. Beasley/Davis (WH) defeated Webster/Waters 8-0.
2 - Guldan/Land (WH) defeated Smoak/Lane 8-1.
3 - Areford/Singleton (WH) defeated Woodle/Baxley 8-2.
FLORENCE - Lakewood High School defeated Wilson 2-0 on Thursday at the Wilson gymnasium.
The Lady Gators won by the scores of 25-22, 25-14.
Darby Watford had 10 service points, three aces, three digs and one kill for LHS. Maggie Sanderson had 10 points, five aces and one kill and Diamond Lowery had seven points and four aces.
Wilson Hall 14
CHARLESTON - Wilson Hall fell to 2-2 with a 22-14 loss to Porter-Gaud on Thursday at the P-G field.
Doc Walker scored both of the touchdowns for the Barons.
B TEAM FOOTBALL
Wilson Hall 20
CHARLESTON - Wilson Hall improved to 3-1 with a 20-14 victory over Porter-Gaud on Thursday at the P-G field.
Will Singleton ran for three touchdowns for the Barons. Cameron Coulter ran for a 2-point conversion.
Boykin Wilder, Blake VanPatten and Coulter all had interceptions to lead the defense. Clark Kinney, Sumter Cooper and Singleton each had six tackles.
MIDDLE SCHOOL FOOTBALL
Lee Central 34
Scott's Branch 0
BISHOVPILLE - Deangelo Century rushed for 175 yards and two touchdowns to lead Lee Central to a 34-0 victory over Scott's Branch on Thursday at Stallion Stadium.
Kenneth Albert rushed for 100 yards and a touchdown to go with a 2-point conversion for LC. Century also had a punt return for a touchdown.
Tykawn Slater recovered a fumble in the end zone for the final score. Zaquan Jones led the defense with 12 tackles and he forced a fumble. Mark Woy had 10 tackles and a fumble recovery.
MIDDLE SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL
DALZELL - Hillcrest improved to 3-0 with a 3-1 victory over Furman on Thursday at the HMS gymnasium.
The Lady Wildcats won by the scores of 17-25, 25-23, 25-17, 25-17.
Destyni Crim led Hillcrest with 14 points, one ace and three digs. Kristin Reynolds had 13 points and an ace and Amoni Washington had seven points, one ace and eight kills.
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