DARLINGTON - Destinee Jamison scored 24 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead Crestwood High School to a 62-22 varsity girls basketball victory over Darlington on Friday at the DHS gymnasium.
Jah'Che Whitfield added 16 points for the Lady …
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Jah'Che Whitfield added 16 points for the Lady Knights, who improved to 12-2 overall and 2-0 in Region VI-4A. Whitfield also had seven assists, five rebounds and three steals.
Ashanti Washington added 11.
Thomas Sumter 61
DALZELL - Thomas Sumter Academy had four players score in double figures in a 61-25 victory over Calhoun Academy on Friday at Edens Gymnasium.
Sydney Daniel led the Lady Generals, who improved to 9-6 overall and 3-1 in SCISA Region II-2A, with 18 points. Caetlyn Martin and Aubrey Stoddard both had 12 and Carmen Silvester had 11.
Anna Banks Turbeville led CA with eight points.
Andrew Jackson 60
Lee Central 32
KERSHAW - Lee Central fell to 3-2 in Region IV-2A with a 60-32 loss to Andrew Jackson High on Friday at the AJHS gymnasium.
Kendra Lesane led the Lady Stallions, who are 3-10 overall, with nine points. Keoniyah Dennis and Ariel Robinson both had eight.
St. John's Christian 58
Clarendon Hall 30
SUMMERTON - Clarendon Hall fell to 2-3 in SCISA Region III-1A with a 58-30 loss to St. John's Christian on Thursday at the CH gymnasium.
Mallory McIntosh led the 2-6 Lady Saints with 19 points. Whitney Avins added eight.
Thomas Sumter 29
DALZELL - Thomas Sumter Academy improved to 6-2 with a 29-18 victory over Calhoun Academy on Friday at Edens Gymnasium.
Lindsay Daniel led TSA with nine points and 13 rebounds, while Karleigh Young had 10 points and eight rebounds. Clara Burnette added six points.
On Thursday in Lake City, the Lady Generals defeated Carolina Academy 33-31. Daniel had a double-double of 12 points and 10 rebounds. Young had six points and six rebounds and Burnette had five.
Wilson Hall 26
Orangeburg Prep 25
Wilson Hall overcame an 18-8 halftime deficit to beat Orangeburg Prep 26-25 and remain undefeated on Friday at Nash Student Center.
The Lady Barons, who improved to 11-0, trailed by one with five seconds remaining in the game. Gracyn Coker was fouled and hit the first free throw before missing the second. However, she grabbed the rebound and was fouled again. She hit the winning free throw with no time left on the clock.
Coker finished with nine points and Abbie Beatson had seven.
Clarendon Hall 31
St. John's Christian 17
SUMMERTON - Amberly Way scored 12 points to lead Clarendon Hall to 31-17 victory over St. John's Christian on Thursday at the CH gymnasium.
Hannah Johndrow had nine points and eight rebounds and Bailey Corbett grabbed 10 rebounds.
Crestwood High School defeated Darlington 26-13 on Thursday at The Castle.
Jada Stokes and Damonte Fulmore both had six points for the Lady Knights.
Lee Central 30
North Central 22
BISHOPVILLE - Brianna Jenkins had a double-double of 13 points and 10 rebounds to lead Lee Central to a 30-22 victory over North Central on Saturday at the LC gymnasium.
Jada Rogers added seven points and Latarya Brisbon had six.
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Wilson Hall 24
Orangeburg Prep 23
Wilson Hall improved to 6-4 with a 24-23 victory over Orangeburg Prep on Friday at Nash Student Center.
Sutherland Jarecki led the Lady Barons with eight points. Tianna Carver added seven.
On Thursday in Manning, Wilson Hall defeated Laurence Manning Academy 30-16. Grace Beasley led the way with 13 and Mary Beth Van Patten had nine.
Clarendon Hall 16
SUMMERTON - Clarendon Hall improved to 3-0 with a 16-11 victory over Dorchester Academy on Saturday at the CH gymnasium.
Amberly Way led the Lady Saints with 11 points.
DP Cooper 34
Lee Central 18
GREELEYVILLE - Lee Central Middle School lost to DP Cooper 34-18 on Saturday at the DPC gymnasium.
Kamonie Charles had eight points to lead the Lady Stallions.
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