ORANGEBURG - Wilson Hall's varsity girls basketball team opened its SCISA Region II-3A schedule with a 52-22 triumph over Orangeburg Prep on Tuesday at the OP gymnasium.
Liza Segars led the Lady Barons, 10-1 on the season, with 14 points. Haley …
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Liza Segars led the Lady Barons, 10-1 on the season, with 14 points. Haley Roone McCaffrey added nine points, and Susanna Hutson had six.
Sydney Jarecki had nine rebounds, while Cameron Duffy had seven boards. Madison Elmore and McCaffrey both had five steals, and Kayla Porter added four.
Segars 14, Elmore 5, Porter 5, McIver 2, McCaffrey 9, Hutson 6, Duffy 4, Jarecki 5, Alderman 2.
Wolfe 3, Garrison 4, Hay 4, Laird 6, Hinds 2, Livingston 3.
LUGOFF - Sumter High School opened its Region IV-5A schedule with a 58-16 victory over Lugoff-Elgin on Tuesday at the L-E gymnasium.
The Lady Gamecocks, 14-1 on the season, were led in scoring by Tamerah Brown with 13 points. Ki'Ari Cain added 12, while Alicia Spann had nine, and Layken Cox and CeCe Wells both had six.
Cain 12, Croskey 5, Wells 6, Brown 13, Johnson 3, Colclough 4, Spann 9, Cox 6.
Duncan 3, Grant 2, Larsen 5, Slavkova 4, Foster 2
East Clarendon 51
KINGSTREE - Rhamey Floyd had a double-double of 24 points and 15 rebounds to lead East Clarendon to a 51-42 victory over Kingstree on Tuesday at the KHS gymnasium.
Talaysia Cooper added 19 points for the Lady Wolverines, who improved to 9-2 overall and 5-0 in Region VII-2A.
Anderson 4, Talaysia Cooper 19, Rhamey Floyd 24, McElveen 2, Wilson 2.
Latoya Tisdale 10, Gamble 6, Burgess 2, Hudson 3, Atiya McKnight 11, Houston 4, Mention 6.
Lee Central 57
North Central 43
BISHOPVILLE - Lee Central High School improved to 4-0 in Region IV-2A with a 57-43 victory over North Central on Tuesday at the LC gymnasium.
The Lady Stallions, 10-6 overall, got 21 points apiece from A'Yahah Lucas and Kendra Lesane. Keionyah Dennis had six points and 10 rebounds.
MANNING - Manning High School led 30-4 after one quarter and went on to a 68-37 win over Georgetown on Tuesday at John Thames Arena.
Myisha Smiling scored 16 points to lead the Lady Monarchs, who improved to 14-3 overall and 2-0 in Region VIII-3A. Measha Jones added 11 points.
ORANGEBURG - Lakewood High School opened its Region IV-4A schedule with a 54-45 loss to Orangeburg-Wilkinson on Tuesday at the O-W gymnasium.
Stevye Sinkler led the Lady Gators with 16 points. Lashala Harvin added 12, Rahteisha Burgess had eight and Treasure Smalls had seven.
Robert E. Lee 52
BENNETTSVILLE - Robert E. Lee Academy fell to 1-2 in SCISA Region IV-2A with a 58-52 loss to Marlboro Academy on Tuesday at the MA gymnasium.
Rebecca Dinkins led REL, 9-3 overall, with 20 points, nine rebounds, four steals and three blocked shots. Caleigh Barrett added 12 points and eight rebounds, while Carson Shannon had nine points, eight boards and four steals. Amy Beth McCutchen had seven points, and Emme McCutchen had eight rebounds.
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Dinkins 20, Barrett 12, Shannon 9, A. McCutchen 7, E. McCutchen 2, Logan 2.
White 20, McLain 17, Glen 14, Liles 5, Walters 2.
Florence Christian 55
Thomas Sumter 16
FLORENCE - Thomas Sumter Academy lost to Florence Christian School 55-16 on Tuesday at the FCS gymnasium.
Karleigh Young led TSA with six points.
Florence Christian 32
Thomas Sumter 15
FLORENCE - Thomas Sumter Academy fell to 2-2 with a 32-15 loss to Florence Christian School on Tuesday at the FCS gymnasium.
Savanna Price led the Lady Generals with five points, six rebounds and seven steals.
Laurence Manning 17
MANNING - Laurence Manning Academy fell to 3-4 with a 20-17 loss to Trinity-Byrnes on Tuesday at Bubba Davis Gymnasium.
Madison Truett and Reagan Barrett both had six for LMA. Eaddy Gamble added five.
Orangeburg Prep 34
Wilson Hall 25
ORANGEBURG - Wilson Hall fell to 5-2 with a 34-25 loss to Orangeburg Prep on Tuesday at the OP gymnasium.
Gracyn Coker led the Lady Barons with 10 points. Andie Grae Wingate added nine.
From staff reports
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