Middle School track and field championships set for Saturday

Posted 4/13/18


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Middle School track and field championships set for Saturday


The Sumter Middle School Conference Track Meet Championship will be held on Saturday at Lakewood High School’s J. Frank Baker Stadium beginning at 10:30 a.m.

The meet will feature the boys and girls teams from Alice Drive, Bates, Chestnut Oaks, Ebenezer, Furman, Hillcrest and Mayewood.

The field events will begin at 10:30 with the running events scheduled to start at 11:15.

Admission is $5 per person and concessions will be sold.



Lakewood 18

Manning 0

MANNING – Darby Watford pitched a 2-hit shutout and Taylor McPhail drove in six runs to lead Lakewood High School to an 18-0 victory over Manning on Wednesday at the MHS field.

McPhail had a grand slam home run and a double and scored three runs. Morgan Christmas and Baylee Strickland both scored three runs and had two RBI.

Sumter 13

Crestwood 3

Katy Murray scored two runs and picked up the win in the circle to lead Sumter High School to a 13-3 victory over Crestwood on Wednesday at the CHS field.

Latrice Lyons added an inside-the-park home run for the Lady Gamecocks. Gabby Kirkman had a double and two runs and Emily Jordan had a triple. Anna Copeland and Josie Self both had a hit, a run and an RBI and Kaylee Posey, Erin McCaffrey, Brianna Timmons and Katelyn Browder each had a hit and an RBI.


South Florence 8

Lakewood 0

FLORENCE – Lakewood High School lost to South Florence 8-0 on Wednesday at the SF field.


Sumter 26

Crestwood 4

Sumter High School defeated Crestwood 26-4 on Wednesday at the CHS field.

Anna Lowder led the Lady Gamecocks with two hits and five RBI. Kaydee Moore had three hits, while Samantha Kirkhart, Kailin Hodge, Emily Deas, Emily Jordan, Reagan Troublefield and Olaivia Kirkman each had two hits.

Lakewood 11

Manning 4

MANNING – Lakewood High School defeated Manning 11-4 on Wednesday at the MHS field.

Kylie Smith and Grayce Gainey both reached base three times and scored three runs to lead the Lady Gators. Jillian Lynch reached base twice and scored two runs and was the winning pitcher.

Clarendon Hall 14

St. John’s Christian 1

MONCKS CORNER – Clarendon Hall improved to 8-0 with a 14-1 victory over St. John’s Christian on Tuesday at the SJC field.

Amberly allowed just one hit and struck out five to get the win. She was also 2-for-with two RBI and three runs. Hadliegh McIntosh was 2-for-3 with two runs, and Olivia Wilson had a hit, an RBI and three runs.



Clarendon Hall 19

St. John’s Christian 16

MONCKS CORNER – Clarendon Hall improved to 2-7 in SCISA Region III-1A with a 19-16 victory over St. John’s Christian on Tuesday at the SJC field.

The 6-7 Saints were led by Bobby Ashba with two hits and three RBI. Wells Robinson and Dylan Way each had two hits and two RBI, while Kameron Earles, Justin James, Michael Blyston and Jonathan McIntosh all had two



Sumter 5

Lower Richland 1

Sumter High School defeated Lower Richland 5-1 on Wednesday.

The Gamecocks improved to 3-9 overall.


1 – Briggs Berry (S) defeated Quinton Flood 6-0, 6-0.

2 – Zachary Kelly (S) defeated Melvin Archie 6-2, 6-0.

3 – Alex Burger (S) defeated Matthew Gault 6-3, 6-2.

4 – Paul Griffin (LR) defeated Kaleb Bartrug 3-6, 6-1, 10-6.

5 – Nick Perales (S) defeated Malik Cunningham 6-2, 6-2.


1 – Did not play.

2 – Paul Gottshall/Jordan Baker (S) defeated Myron Singletary/N’namdi Griffin 6-1, 6-2.


Trinity-Byrnes 156

Wilson Hall 167

Wilson Hall lost to Trinity-Byrnes by 11 strokes on Wednesday at Sunset Country Club.

T-B won with a score of 156, while the Barons shot 167.

Walker Jones led WH with a round of 37. Miller Jones shot a 39, while Will Barnes had a 44 and Evan Hoffman a 47.


Wilson Hall 17

Williamsburg 5

KINGSTREE – Wilson Hall picked up 16 hits in a 17-5 victory over Williamsburg Academy on Wednesday at the WA field.

Boykin Wilder led the Barons with three hits. Ben Reynolds picked up the win, pitching four innings. He allowed two runs and three hits while striking out five.