The Bates Middle School boys basketball team remained undefeated on the season with a 74-19 victory over Ebenezer on Monday at the Bates gymnasium.
The Bantams, who improved to 7-0 on the season, had four players score in double figures. Corean …
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The Bantams, who improved to 7-0 on the season, had four players score in double figures. Corean Nelson led the way with 20 points, while AJ Bracey had 15, Caleb Jenkins 14 and Matthew Rogers 10.
Zyeir Gamble added seven.
Alice Drive 46
R.E. Davis 28
Marquis Lane-Owens had a double-double of 16 points and 12 rebounds to lead Alice Drive to a 46-28 victory over R.E. Davis on Monday at the RED gymnasium.
Quantez Jenkins added 11 points for the 6-1 Hawks. Keon Jett had eight points and five assists, while Mason Gregg had eight points and 10 rebounds.
MANNING - Manning Junior High School improved to 5-2 ith a 67-13 victory over Hillcrest Middle on Monday at the MJHS gymnasium.
Jeh'Qwauyn Hilton led the Monarchs with 14 points. Justin Daniels added 13.
A.C. Flora 42
COLUMBIA - Crestwood High School lost to A.C. Flora 42-28 on Monday at the ACF gymnasium.
Tony Raymond led the Knights with eight points, while Maleek Johnson had six points and seven rebounds.
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Cardinal Newman 46
Wilson Hall 36
COLUMBIA - Wilson Hall fell to 5-3 with a 46-36 loss to Cardinal Newman on Monday at the CN gymnasium.
Dylan Richardson led the Barons with 15 points. John Osteen had nine points, while Clark Kinney had eight points and seven rebounds. Boykin Wilder also had seven rebounds.
On Friday in Sumter, Wilson Hall lost to Heathwood Hall 22-21. Ben Reynolds and Richardson both scored six points. Wilder grabbed 11 rebounds.
Sumter High School lost to Lugoff-Elgin's junior varsity team 40-39 on Monday at the SHS gymnasium.
Ny'keem Isaac led the 2-1 Gamecocks with 10 points. Joseph Durant added nine points, and Sincere Pearson had seven.
From staff reports
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