BOYS AREA ROUNDUP

Laurence Manning boys make it three consecutive SCISA state bowling titles

From staff reports
Posted 1/19/18

The Laurence Manning Academy boys bowling team won its third consecutive state title in the SCISA Team Championships on Thursday at Gamecock Lanes.

The Swampcats won with a 3-game total of 534 points in the championship round. Heathwood Hall was …

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BOYS AREA ROUNDUP

Laurence Manning boys make it three consecutive SCISA state bowling titles

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The Laurence Manning Academy boys bowling team won its third consecutive state title in the SCISA Team Championships on Thursday at Gamecock Lanes.

The Swampcats won with a 3-game total of 534 points in the championship round. Heathwood Hall was second with 494, while Cardinal Newman was third at 462 and Thomas Sumter Academy fourth at 381.

LMA had a 61-pin lead entering the final game.

MS BASKETBALL

Alice Drive 58

Furman 35

The Alice Drive Middle School boys basketball team ran its record to 10-1 non the season with a 58-35 victory over Furman on Thursday at the FMS gymnasium.

Marquis Lane-Owens led the Hawks with 12 points. Nakeem Isaac had seven and Bryan McCants finished with five.

Manning 60

Bates 55

Bates’ Kayshaun Boyd and Zyeir Gamble combined for 42 points, but Bates still lost to Manning Junior High 60-55 on Thursday at the BMS gymnasium.

Boyd led Bates with 22 points. Gamble finished with 20.

Lee Central 42

Kingstree 27

BISHOPVILLE – Lee Central remained undefeated on the season with a 42-27 victory over Kingstree Junior High on Thursday at the LCMS gymnasium.

Travon Pearson led the Stallions with a triple-doubles of 12 points, 10 rebounds and 10 blocked shots.

Scott’s Branch 69

C.E. Murray 36

SUMMERTON – Randy Gibson and Tyriq Coard both scored 16 points to lead Scott’s Branch to a 69-36 victory over C.E. Murray on Thursday at the SB gymnasium.

Tyler Kind added eight points for the Eagles, while Zakee Rendell and Shaheem Ballard both had si.

JV BASKETBALL

Sumter 42

South Florence 14

Sumter High School defeated South Florence 42-14 on Thursday at the SHS gymnasium.

Marcus Lane led the Gamecocks with nine points. Jamal Peoples and Dyson Roberts both had six.

B TEAM BASKETBALL

Thomas Sumter 36

Northside Christian 18

Brandon Burns scored 12 points to lead Thomas Sumter Academy to a 36-18 victory over Northside Christian on Thursday at Edens Gymnasium.

Sammy Kessinger added eight points and three steals for TSA, while Chris Howes had seven points and eight rebounds. Randall Bock grabbed nine rebounds.

Laurence Manning 50

Hammond 45

COLUMBIA – Laurence Manning Academy defeated Hammond 50-45 in double overtime on Thursday at the Hammond gymnasium.

Brandon King led LMA with 20, while Colin Yates had 10. The Swampcats improved to 4-0.

Clarendon Hall 40

Patrick Henry 32

SUMMERTON – Clarendon Hall improved to 4-1 with a 40-32 victory over Patrick Henry on Thursday at the CH gymnasium.

Kole Elliott led the Saints with 21 points. Wilder Robinson had eight and William Rogan added six.

On Wednesday in Summerton, Clarendon Hall defeated Holly Hill 31-15. Rogan led the way with 12 points. Elliott had 10 and Trey Bagnal added seven.

VARSITY BASKETBALL

Bethune-Bowman 61

Scott’s Branch 52

SUMMERTON – Scott’s Branch High School lost to Bethune-Bowman 61-52 on Tuesday at the SB gymnasium.

Marquis Thomas led the Eagles with 16 points, while Terrence Yon added 13. Amonte Brown and Daezhon Dingle both had seven.

Baxton Wedgeworth had 18 to lead B-B. Rackwon Richburg added 17 and Roderick Pam had 10.

BETHUNE-BOWMAN

Pam 10, Green 3, Wedgeworth 18, Brown 4, Johnson 4, Richburg 17, King 3, Linder 2.

SCOTT’S BRANCH

Thomas 16, Yon 3, Brok 2, Dingle 7, Fleming 4, Brown 7, Weeks 3.