AREA ROUNDUP

Hawks remain unbeaten, roll past Hillcrest 50-14

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DALZELL - The Alice Drive Middle School football team improved to 3-0 on the season with a 50-14 victory over Hillcrest on Thursday at Donald L. Crolley Memorial Stadium.

Marquis Lane-Owens had a 68-yard scoring run for the Hawks. Terrion Burgess, Ryan McCants, Zynique Easterling and Travis Rembert each scored touchdowns, and Charlie Noonan, Alec Rapier, Keon Jett and Tavionne Ingram each had 2-point conversions.

Wyatt Butler and Dreshaun Wright both recovered fumbles for touchdowns. Jordan Heyward had an interception.

Mayewood 42

Ebenezer 0

Quinton Harrison scored three touchdowns to lead Mayewood to a 42-0 victory over Ebenezer on Thursday at the EMS field.

Derrick Prince and Ray-Quan Durant each scored a touchdown for the Vikings.

Zaylen Myers led the defense with six tackles.

VARSITY GIRLS GOLF

Camden 184

Lugoff-Elgin 245

Sumter 255

Sumter High School finished third in a 3-team match with Camden and Lugoff-Elgin on Thursday at Beech Creek Golf Club.

Rebekah Demars shot a 58 to lead SHS, which shot a 255. Sydney Brownlee had a 63.

Camden shot a 184 and L-E a 245.

JV FOOTBALL

Lee Central 28

Chesterfield 0

BISHOPVILLE - Quentavious Davis ran for 225 yards and three touchdowns to lead Lee Central to a 28-0 victory over Chesterfield on Thursday at Stallion Stadium.

Jalen McCray rushed for 100 yards and a 2-point conversion for LC. Najee Brunson ran for a touchdown and Rasheed Hill ran for a conversion.

Kendrick Cook had two interceptions to lead the defense. Brunson had an interception, Derrick Goodman had six solo tackles and Deontae Covington, Xavier Boney and Leonardo Ignacio each had a quarterback sack.

B TEAM FOOTBALL

Laurence Manning 24

Wilson Hall 14

Brandon King rushed for 207 yards and two touchdowns to lead Laurence Manning Academy to a 24-14 victory over Wilson Hall on Thursday at Spencer Field.

King also threw a 17-yard TD pass to Jackson Brown. Brown had a 2-point conversion.

Ben Thomas led the LMA defense with six tackles Chapel Brogdon had a sack and Joe Wilson had a game-clinching interception.

Cameron Coulter scored on a 3-yard run and tossed a 46-yard scoring pass to Clark Kinney. Coulter also connected with Dylan Richardson for a 2-point conversion.

Defensively, Will Singleton led the Barons with six tackles while Coulter and Richardson both had five. Kinney had an interception.

MIDDLE SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL

Alice Drive 2-2

Hillcrest 1-1

DALZELL - Alice Drive swept a doubleheader from Hillcrest on Thursday, winning both matches at the HMS gymnasium by a 2-1 score.

AD won the first match by the scores of 25-22, 11-25, 15-11 and the second match 25-17, 22-25, 15-9.

Destyni Crim had nine points and 11 digs to lead Hillcrest. Kristin Reynolds had 21 points and Allyssa Pollard had 13 points and one ace.

VARSITY VOLLEYBALL

Thomas Sumter 3

Robert E. Lee 1

BISHOPVILLE - Thomas Sumter Academy remained undefeated with a 3-1 victory over Robert E. Lee Academy on Wednesday at the REL gymnasium.

TSA, now 13-0, won by the scores of 20-25, 25-23, 25-13, 25-7.

Anita Cookey-Gam led the Lady Generals with 25 kills and Taja Hunley had 22. Josie Reed set 26 assists and Sydney Daniel had 22 assists. Diamond Gibson had 20 digs.

Carolina 3

Laurence Manning 0

LAKE CITY - Laurence Manning Academy lost to Carolina Academy 3-0 on Wednesday at the CA gymnasium.

Carolina won by the scores of 25-7, 25-10, 25-9.

Maggie Josey had four blocks and one service point for LMA. Madilyn Richburg had four kills and Madisyn Hudson and Perry Lee Love Hicks had one point and two assists.

JV VOLLEYBALL

Carolina 2

Laurence Manning 0

LAKE CITY - Laurence Manning Academy lost to Carolina Academy 2-0 on Wednesday at the CA gymnasium.

Carolina won by the scores of 25-9, 27-25.

Brooke Thompson had five points and three aces to lead LMA, while Kelsie Austin had five points and one ace. Callie Thompson had three points.

Robert E. Lee 2

Thomas Sumter 0

BISHOPVILLE - Robert E. Lee Academy defeated Thomas Sumter Academy 2-0 on Wednesday at the REL gymnasium.

REL won by the scores of 25-23, 25-9.