Wilson Hall placed third and Robert E. Lee Academy fourth in the girls division of the SCISA Team Bowling Championships on Thursday, Jan. 18, at Gamecock Lanes.
Heathwood Hall won the state title with a 3-game score of 454. Cardinal Newman was …
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Heathwood Hall won the state title with a 3-game score of 454. Cardinal Newman was second with 365 followed by Wilson Hall with 359 and REL with 338.
The WH team included Hayley DuBose, Lauryn Robello, Ashley Cranshaw, Emily Bell, Kelly Brady and Bridget Anderson.
The REL team included Santana Christmas, Kaitlyn Hancock, Caroline Johnson, Courtney King and Maddy Sims.
LeBron James becomes seventh to reach 30,000 career points
SAN ANTONIO - LeBron James has joined the NBA's 30,000-point club.
James became the seventh player with 30,000 career points when he hit a jumper with one second left in the first quarter of the Cleveland Cavaliers' game against the San Antonio Spurs on Tuesday night.
James was recognized by the arena before the second quarter and got a standing ovation from Spurs fans. James patted his heard and said "thank you so much."
James needed seven points Tuesday to get there. He missed his first two midrange jumpers before making two driving layups and a 20-footer. He hit the milestone jumper over Danny Green from 19 feet out.
Federer IN Australian Open semifinal against Chung
MELBOURNE, Australia - Roger Federer beat long-time rival Tomas Berdych to set up an Australian Open semifinal against Hyeon Chung, a champion of the so-called Next Generation.
Defending champion Federer extended his winning streak to 14 in Australian Open quarterfinals and to nine in a personal duel with Berdych that dates to the 2004 Olympics. The 19-time major winner wins that head-to-head contest 20-6, including all five meetings at Melbourne Park.
The 36-year-old Swiss star overcame a shaky start, dropping his opening service game and uncharacteristically challenging the chair umpire because of a technological fault, before winning 7-6 (1), 6-3, 6-4 on Wednesday night.
"I had to get a bit lucky. A bit angry. A bit frustrating maybe at the umpire," Federer said. "Anyway, glad to get out of that first set. It was key to the match."
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