Liliana Ignacio scored 22 points and Tashianna Farmer had a double-double to lead R.E. Davis Middle School's girls basketball team to a 42-21 victory over Alice Drive on Monday at the RED gymnasium.
Farmer had 13 points and 10 rebounds for the …
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Farmer had 13 points and 10 rebounds for the Lady Vikings, who improved to 5-2 on the season. Ignacio also had six steals, and Sha'Naisha Howard had nine points and seven steals.
Chestnut Oaks 38
Rickell Brown scored 16 points to lead Chestnut Oaks to a 38-8 victory over Furman on Monday at the Furman gymnasium.
Alshia Johnson had 10 points for the Lady Falcons, and Serenity Douglas finished with six.
MANNING - Hillcrest improved to 6-1 with a 42-28 victory over Manning Junior High on Monday at the MJHS gymnasium.
Teniya Morant led the Lady Wildcats with 18 points. Ollaysia Williams added 11.
Bates defeated Ebenezer 32-3 on Monday at the Bates gymnasium.
Dalashia Brunson led the Lady Bantams with nine points, five rebounds and four steals. Alyssa Johnson added eight points.
Lee Central 18
KINGSTREE - Lee Central lost to Kingstree 29-18 on Monday at the KMS gymnasium.
Kamonie Charles led the Lady Stallions with 10 points.
A.C. Flora 21
COLUMBIA - Crestwood High School defeated A.C. Flora 40-21 on Monday at the ACF gymnasium.
Aubriel Keith led the Lady Knights with 10 points. Nia English added eight, while Zamani Fulmore and April Goodman both had six. Daisha Morant added nine rebounds.
B TEAM BASKETBALL
Laurence Manning 26
MANNING - Laurence Manning Academy defeated Hammond 26-3 on Monday at Bubba Davis Gymnasium.
Porter Davis led the Lady Swampcats with 10 points.
Wilson Hall 36
Cardinal Newman 15
COLUMBIA - Wilson Hall improved to 5-0 with a 36-15 win over Cardinal Newman on Monday at the CN gymnasium.
Mary Beth VanPatten led the Lady Barons with 13 points. Maggie Norris and Aubrey Payne both had five.
From wire reports
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