T&D Region Sports

2013-01-29T23:55:00Z T&D Region SportsT&D Staff Reports The Times and Democrat
January 29, 2013 11:55 pm  • 

MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Voorhees 57, Edward Waters 55

DENMARK - Andre Datcher scored 11 points and Dominick Stevenson and James Williams each had 10 points for the Tigers Tuesday.

Voorhees (13-10) travels to Morris College Monday.

Antonio Valente had a game-high 13 points for the Tigers.

VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL

Hunter-Kinard-Tyler 42, Williston-Elko 40

NEESES - Antuane Patterson scored 16 points and Brandi Peeples added 13 to lead the Lady Trojans Tuesday.

H-K-T (6-8, 3-3) plays host to North Friday.

Ebony Corbitt had a game-high 17 points for the Lady Blue Devils.

Lake Marion 54, Lee Central 52

BISHOPVILLE - MarQuayle Lee Parson scored 23 points, Sherie Asberry finished with 12 and Nekochia Moody had 11 for the Lady Gators Tuesday.

Lake Marion (11-10, 4-3) plays host to Timberland Friday.

Holly Hill Academy 55, South Aiken Baptist 11

HOLLY HILL - Hunter Paramore scored 11 points and Jessica Cline added 10 for the Lady Raiders Tuesday.

HHA (10-9, 4-4) travels to Thomas Sumter Academy Friday.

Calhoun Academy 25, Thomas Sumter Acad. 16

ST. MATTHEWS - Melissa Cherry and Catherine Moore each had eight points and Savannah Barker added seven to lead the Lady Raiders Tuesday.

Calhoun Academy (11-6, 5-3) travels to Mount Pleasant Friday to face Palmetto Christian Academy.

Orangeburg Christian Academy 34, Victory Christian 31

A buzzer-beating three-pointer Courtney Tindall lifted OCA to victory Tuesday.

Tindall finished with 17 points and three steals and Syjaddia Snider had eight rebounds and four points.

The two teams meet again Tuesday at 5 p.m.

Orangeburg-Wilkinson 67, Stall 40

O-W was led by Nabresha Hughes with 17 points, Sakita Glover with 11 points, and Shade Johnson with 10 points. O-W is now 20-1 and 7-0 in the region. They play Friday at home against Hilton Head starting at 6 p.m.

VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL

Calhoun Academy 36, Thomas Sumter 34

ST. MATTHEWS - The Cavaliers improved to 9-8 overall and 4-4 in region play Tuesday.

Griffin Creekmore had 10 points and Jesse Reeves had 9 for Calhoun Academy, who travels Friday to Mount Pleasant to face Palmetto Christian Academy.

Blackville-Hilda 69, North 53

NORTH - James Jones, Stephen Darby, Joshua Harley and Treveather Miller all scored 11 points for the Eagles Tuesday.

North (3-15, 1-8) travels to Hunter-Kinard-Tyler Friday.

Holly Hill Acad. 44, South Aiken 41

Holly Hill was led by Davis Hutson with 15 points and Devon Noller with 9 points. Their record is now 4-4 and they play on Friday at Thomas Sumter Academy.

Lake Marion 74, Lee Central 54

Lake Marion was led by Christopher Turner with 19 points, Torrence Wright with 17 points and Khalil Halls with 10 points. Their record is now 7-0 and they play again on Friday.

TONIGHT’S T&D REGION PREP BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

Orangeburg Prep at Bamberg-Ehrhardt 6:30 p.m.

Blackville-Hilda at Denmark-Olar 6:30 p.m.

JV GIRLS BASKETBALL

Holly Hill Academy 40, South Aiken Baptist 2

HOLLY HILL - Abbot Hutto scored 10 points to lead the JV Lady Raiders Tuesday.

HHA (13-3, 6-2) travels to Thomas Sumter Academy Friday.

Calhoun Academy 31, Thomas Sumter Academy 3

ST. MATTHEWS - Grace Carroll scored 18 points to lead the JV Lady Cavaliers Tuesday.

Calhoun Academy (13-2, 7-1) travels to Mount Pleasant to face Palmetto Christian Academy Friday.

Lake Marion 46, Lee Central 24

Lake Marion was led by LaQuyn Smalls with 13 points leaving their record at 9-1. Other scorers included Alexis Robinson who had 8 points and Jessica Blanchard with 7 points. Lake Marion plays at 6 p.m. on Thursday at Timberland.

Orangeburg Prep 27, Wilson Hall 25

Victoria Williams’ 21 points led all scorers as the Lady Indians came away with their 14th win of the year.

Haley Hawkins and Lauren Goodson each ended the game with six points in the loss for the Lady Barons.

OPS (14-1, 3-1) travels to Bamberg-Ehrhardt today at 4 p.m.

JV BOYS BASKETBALL

Lake Marion 62, Lee Central 35

Jabarus Saxon had 22 points seven rebounds seven steals and eight assists and Jeremy Fludd, Jermariez Green and Michael Rhodes all posted double-doubles for the undefeated JV Gators.

Fludd finished with 13 points, 13 rebounds, two steals and three assists, Jermariez Green had 12 points, 16 rebounds, five steals and eight assists and Michael Rhodes posted 11 points, 15 rebounds, two steals and two assists.

Lake Marion (13-0, 7-0) visits Timberland Thursday.

Branchville 35, Allendale-Fairfax 35 (2OT)

BRANCHVILLE - Dezeric Lang scored 10 points and had six assists and Lydell and Navar Elmore each had nine as the Yellow Jackets played to a tie in a contest halted Tuesday due to time constraints.

Branchville (2-10) plays host to Estill Saturday.

Blackville-Hilda 40, North 30

NORTH - Tykilree Darby scored 16 points and Malik Sanders had six in a losing effort by the JV Eagles Tuesday.

North travels to Hunter-Kinard-Tyler Friday.

Holly Hill Academy 28, South Aiken Baptist 23

HOLLY HILL - Michael Kays scored 15 points and Brant Shuler added 11 to help the JV Raiders pick up their first region win Tuesday.

HHA (5-11, 1-7) travels to Thomas Sumter Academy Friday.

Thomas Sumter 32, Calhoun Academy 20

ST. MATTHEWS - The Cavaliers fell to 11-4 overall and 4-4 in region play Tuesday.

Will Spiers had 10 points and Ford Conger had 6 for Calhoun Academy, who travels to Mount Pleasant Friday to face Palmetto Christian Academy.

Orangeburg Prep 31, Wilson Hall 29

Two clutch free throws by Chap Stewart in the final seconds lifted Orangeburg Prep to victory.

J.J. Union led the Indians with eight points while Chris Brown and Timmy Schriver each finished with five points.

John Wells Baker was the top scorer for Wilson Hall with 11 points.

Orangeburg Prep will face Bamberg-Ehrhardt today at 5 p.m.

CORRECTION B-TEAM GIRLS BASKETBALL

Wilson Hall 23, Orangeburg Prep 20

The B-Team Lady Indians closed out their season with a loss Monday.

Leading OPS (8-4) were Brooke Nettles with eight points, Morgan Baltzegar with seven and Karlynn Wannamaker with four.

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