BOYS AREA ROUNDUP

Hawks soar past Hillcrest 57-19

From staff reports
Posted 2/2/18

The Alice Drive Middle School boys basketball team defeated Hillcrest 57-19 in the first round of the Sumter Middle School Conference tournament on Thursday at the AD gymnasium.

The Hawks, who improved to 13-2 on the season, were led by Joseph …

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BOYS AREA ROUNDUP

Hawks soar past Hillcrest 57-19

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The Alice Drive Middle School boys basketball team defeated Hillcrest 57-19 in the first round of the Sumter Middle School Conference tournament on Thursday at the AD gymnasium.

The Hawks, who improved to 13-2 on the season, were led by Joseph Durant with 11 points. Nakeem Isaac added seven points, while Ryan McCants, Brandon Oliver and Max Keziah each had five.

Alice Drive will play host to Mayewood at 5 p.m. on Tuesday in a semifinal game.

Chestnut Oaks 60

Ebenezer 18

Chestnut Oaks defeated Ebenezer 60-18 in the first round of the Sumter Middle School Conference tournament on Thursday at the CO gymnasium.

Kori Green led the Falcons with 14 points. Requan Baker and Zayveon Wells both had 11, while Javin Lesane, Jamrio Nelson and Khalil Peoples each had eight.

Chestnut Oaks will play host to Manning Junior High in a semifinal game on Tuesday beginning at 5 p.m.

Lee Central 47

Scott's Branch 46

SUMMERTON - Derrick Bradley hit a 3-point basket at the buzzer to lead Lee Central to a 47-46 victory over Scott's Branch on Wednesday at the SB gymnasium.

LeBron Thomas had 13 points to lead the Stallions, who finished the regular season undefeated at 13-0. Bradley had nine.

On Tuesday in Bishopville, Lee Central defeated Scott's Branch 54-46. Thomas led the Stallions with 16 points and Rylik Slater had 14. Trayvon Pearson had a double-double of 11 rebounds and 10 blocked shots.

VARSITY BASKETBALL

Laurence Manning 73

Thomas Sumter 37

DALZELL - Laurence Manning Academy improved to 16-5 with a 73-37 victory over Thomas Sumter Academy on Wednesday at Edens Gymnasium.

Grayson Dennis led the Swampcats with 15 points. Taylor Lee added 10, while Jake Jordan and Jerrel Kell both had nine. Braydon Osteen added eight.

TSA fell to 10-8.

Orangeburg Prep 46

Wilson Hall 29

ORANGEBURG - Wilson Hall fell to 3-2 in SCISA Region II-3A with a 46-29 loss to Orangeburg Prep on Tuesday at the OP gymnasium.

Jacob Cotton led the 9-9 Barons with eight points. Chandler Scott and Daulton Dabbs both had five.

Benjamin Davis led OP with 19 points.

WILSON HALL

Cotton 8, Scott 5, Dabbs 5, L. Van Patten 4, DeVarona 3, Meyers 2, Holler 2.

ORANGEBURG PREP

Davis 19, McClain 7, Shaw 7, Wannamaker 5, Scott 3, Ellis 3, Metts 2.

Holly Hill 62

Clarendon Hall 54

HOLLY HILL - Clarendon Hall fell to 9-2 in SCISA Region III-1A with a 62-54 loss to Holly Hill on Tuesday at the HH gymnasium.

Kylic Horton led the 12-4 Saints, who were playing without two starters, with 18 points. Dylan Way added 16, while Kade Elliott and Josh Black both had nine.

B TEAM BASKETBALL

Thomas Sumter 31

Orangeburg Prep 29

ORANGEBURG - Thomas Sumter improved to 9-3 with a 31-29 win over Orangeburg Prep on Wednesday at the OP gymnasium.

Brandon Burns led TSA with 14 points. Sammy Kessinger had nine.

St. John's Christian 27

Clarendon Hall 12

MONCKS CORNER - Clarendon Hall lost to St. John's Christian 27-12 on Wednesday at the SJC gymnasium.

Kole Elliott led the 5-2 Saints with eight points.

Wilson Hall 49

Camden Military 30

CAMDEN - Wilson Hall finished its season with 14-3 record with a 49-30 victory over Camden Military on Wednesday at the CM gymnasium.

Dylan Richardson led the Barons with 14 points. Jackson Duvall had 13 and Tyler Jones blocked four shots.

JV BASKETBALL

Lee Central 52

Cheraw 41

BISHOPVILLE - Lee Central defeated Cheraw 52-41 on Thursday at the LC gymnasium.

KJ Holloman led the Stallions with 16 points. Naquan Peeples and Daurrion Kelly each had eight.

Holly Hill 31

Clarendon Hall 21

HOLLY HILL - Clarendon Hall lost to Holly Hill 31-21 on Tuesday at the HH gymnasium.

Josh Kennard led the Saints with eight points. Justin James added six.

From staff reports