Crestwood High School's varsity girls basketball team had three players score in double figures as it defeated East Clarendon 62-38 on Wednesday at The Castle.
Destinee Jamison led the Lady Knights, who improved to 6-1 on the season, with 20 …
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Destinee Jamison led the Lady Knights, who improved to 6-1 on the season, with 20 points. Jah'Che Whitfield added 19 and Brittany Epps had 11.
Talaysia Cooper led EC with 16 points and Caitlyn Timmons had nine.
CAMDEN - Lakewood High School improved to 4-2 with a 45-24 victory over Camden on Wednesday at the CHS gymnasium.
Ki'Ari Cain led the Lady Gators with 20 points. Lashala Harvin added 12.
HARTSVILLE - Sumter High School fell to 3-3 with a 48-42 loss to Hartsville on Tuesday at the HHS gymnasium.
Carnashia Wells led the Lady Gamecocks with 14 points. Tamerah Brown added eight and Dynasia Jackson had six.
Laurence Manning 51
The King's Academy 15
MANNING - Laurence Manning Academy evened its record at 4-4 with a 51-15 victory over The King's Academy on Monday at Bubba Davis Gymnasium.
Brooke Bennett led the Lady Swampcats with 10 points. Catherine Burns had eight, Olivia Coker seven and Macy Wilson and Lexi Bryan both had six.
On Saturday in the Baron Classic in Sumter, LMA lost to Palmetto Christian 55-49. Lexi Bennett led Laurence Manning with 19 points, while Bennett had 10, Coker seven and Abbie Patrick six.
Chestnut Oaks 37
MANNING - Chestnut Oaks remained undefeated with a 37-20 victory over Manning Junior High on Monday at the MJHS gymnasium.
Quanayzha Pearson led the 5-0 Lady Falcons with 20 points. Antiyona Roach added 13.
From staff reports
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