The varsity boys and varsity girls basketball games between Crestwood and Lakewood on Friday at The Swamp will be televised by WACH 57 as part of its Rush's High School Hoops schedule.
The girls game is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. followed by …
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The girls game is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. followed by the boys contest.
The games will be carried on WACH's Fox 57.2 digital station, 1250 on Time Warner Cable and streamed online at www.wach.com.
East Clarendon 75
Creek Bridge 32
TURBEVILLE - Talaysia Cooper scored 27 points, grabbed eight rebounds and had seven steals and six assists to lead East Clarendon to a 75-32 victory over Creek Bridge on Tuesday at the EC gymnasium.
Gracen Watts added 18 points for the Lady Wolverines. Caitlin Timmons had nine, Valencia Garris had eight and Britni Anderson had seven.
Bishop England 53
CHARELSTON - Manning High School trailed just 25-24 but was outscored 28-11 in the second half in a 53-35 loss to Bishop England on Tuesday at the BE gymnasium.
Mahogany Green scored 15 points to lead the Lady Monarchs, who fell to 17-5 overall and 4-2 in Region VII-3A. Niyah Brand added nine and Ariyonia Busby had six.
Florence Christian 49
Laurence Manning 36
MANNING - Laurence Manning Academy lost to Florence Christian School 49-36 on Tuesday at Bubba Davis Gymnasium.
Lexi Bennett led the Lady Swampcats with 14 points. Katherine Burns had nine and Brooke Bennett had six.
HARTSVILLE - Crestwood High School lost to Hartsville 39-34 on Monday at the HHS gymnasium.
Shaniyah Davis led the Lady Knights with 16 points.
Thomas Sumter 33
DALZELL - Thomas Sumter Academy improved to 10-3 with a 33-21 victory over Carolina Academy on Tuesday at Edens Gymnasium.
Karleigh Young led TSA with 11 points and nine rebounds. Lindsay Daniel had 10 points and eight rebounds and Lizzie Silvester had five steals.
South Florence 52
FLORENCE - Sumter High School's varsity boys basketball team had four players score in double figures and two others finish with nine as it defeated South Florence 61-52 on Tuesday at the SF gymnasium.
The Gamecocks improved to 14-7 on the season and 6-1 in Region VI-5A.
Isaiah Moore led SHS with 12 points. Zykiem Jackson added 11, while Tyree Smalls and Calvin Felder both had 10. Omar Croskey and Jaylen Johnson both had nine, all on 3-point baskets. Sumter finished with 11 treys.
Thomas Sumter 41
DALZELL - Thomas Sumter improved to 6-2 in SCISA Region II-2A with a 41-34 victory over Carolina Academy on Tuesday at Edens Gymnasium.
Zach Fugate led the 10-7 Generals with 15 points. Eli Kessinger added 14, while Tyler Millwood had eight points and nine rebounds.
South Florence 36
FLORENCE - Tylee Craft and Marcus Lane combined for 29 points as Sumter High School defeated South Florence 39-36 on Tuesday at the SF gymnasium.
Craft led the Gamecocks with 15 points. Lane followed with 14.
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Wilson Hall 38
Orangeburg Prep 16
ORANGEBURG - Wilson Hall improved to 13-3 with a 38-16 victory over Orangeburg Prep on Monday at the OP gymnasium.
Dylan Richardson led the Barons with 11 points. Doc Walker added 10 and Jackson Duvall had eight.
Bates Middle School defeated Ebenezer 53-13 on Monday at the BMS gymnasium.
Zyeir Gamble led the Bantams with nine points. Devin Quattlebaum had eight points and Corean Nelson had six points and three assists.
Alice Drive 40
Alice Drive fell to 12-2 with a 45-40 loss to Mayewood on Monday at the MMS gymnasium.
Nakeem Isaac led the Hawks with 16 points. Joseph Durant added 10 and Ryan McCants had five.
Lee Central 56
D.P. Cooper 46
BISHOPVILLE - Lee Central improved to 12-0 with a 56-46 victory over D.P. Cooper on Monday at the LC gymnasium.
Rylik Slater led the Stallions with 17 points. Lebron Thomas added 10 and Deangelo Century had nine.
From staff reports
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