Sumter High School turned a 19-16 halftime lead into a 46-27 advantage after three quarters on the way to a 63-35 varsity girls basketball win over South Florence on Tuesday at the SHS gymnasium.
The Lady Gamecocks, who improved to 13-5 on the …
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The Lady Gamecocks, who improved to 13-5 on the season and 5-2 in Region VI-5A, outscored SF 27-11 in the third quarter.
Kiara Jones had a double-double of 22 points and 10 rebounds for Sumter. Latrice Lyons added 15 points.
Layken Cox had seven points, while Tajanque Johnson had five points and seven rebounds and Tamerah Brown had five points and seven assists.
Thomas Sumter 44
DALZELL - Aubrey Stoddard had 13 points and seven rebounds to lead Thomas Sumter Academy to a 44-20 victory over Carolina Academy on Tuesday at Edens Gymnasium.
Caetlyn Martin added eight points for TSA. Josie Reed had six points and five assists, Taja Hunley had four points and 10 rebounds and Carmen Silvester had six rebounds and five steals.
Marley Ward led Carolina with 13 points.
Wilson Hall 59
Orangeburg Prep 30
ORANGEBURG - Natalie Jackson had a double-double of 14 points and 11 rebounds to lead Wilson Hall to a 59-30 win over Orangeburg Prep on Tuesday at the OP gymnasium.
The Lady Barons improved to 15-6 overall and 4-1 in SCISA Region II-3A.
Courtney Clark just missed a double-double for WH as she finished with 13 points and nine rebounds. Susanna Hutson connected on three 3-point baskets for nine points. Haley Roone McCaffrey had six points and Madison Elmore had five points, five steals and four rebounds.
Marlee Robinson led the Lady Indians with 12 points.
Segars 4, Elmore 5, Clark 13, Jackson 14, McCaffrey 6, Beasley 4, Hutson 9, Jarecki 4.
Robinson 12, Banks 1, Merritt 3, Summers 4, Livingston 3, Stroller 3.
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.
Ji. Wright 13, McClellan 4, Ja. Wright 6, Morales 7, Daquanna 2.
Cooper 27, Rhodes 2, Timmons 9, Watts 18, Scott 4, Garris 8, Anderson 7.
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.
Green 15, Brand 9, Busby 6, James 1, Smiling 4.
Williams 10, George 1, Brooks 14, Quinge 5, Cullum 17, Drummond 6.
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.
Zoe Cauthen led FCS with 25 points, 14 rebounds and nine blocked shots.
Coker 4, Ham 1, Burns 9, B. Bennett 6, L. Bennett 14, Frazier 2.
Cauthen 25, Keefe 12, Warner 8, Stewart 4.
Laurence Manning 37
Florence Christian 33
MANNING - Audrey Bennett scored 23 points to lead Laurence Manning Academy to a 37-33 victory over Florence Christian School on Tuesday at Bubba Davis Gymnasium.
Madison Truett added six for LMA, which improved to 8-3.
Orangeburg Prep 34
Wilson Hall 23
ORANGEBURG - Wilson Hall fell to 14-3 with a 34-23 loss to Orangeburg Prep on Tuesday at the OP gymnasium.
Gracyn Coker led the Lady Barons with nine points. Becca Cromer had eight.
From staff reports
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