T&D Region Sports

2013-02-01T23:45:00Z T&D Region SportsT&D Staff The Times and Democrat
February 01, 2013 11:45 pm  • 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Neeses to hold baseball registration

NEESES — The town of Neeses Recreation Department will hold registration for Tee Ball, Coaches Pitch and Youth Baseball today at the Neeses Town Hall.

Registration will begin at 9 a.m. and end at noon. The registration fee is $35 per player payable at the time of registration. Proof of age is required for boys ages 10-14.

Boys and girls ages 4-7 may register for Tee Ball, and boys and girls ages 7-9 may sign up for Coaches Pitch. Dixie Youth Baseball is offered for boys ages 10-12 and boys ages 13-14 may register for a newly organized Dixie Boys Baseball team.

The Neeses Town Hall is located at 6357 Savannah Highway in Neeses.

Saints Archery Tournament Set

ST. MATTHEWS — The Calhoun County High School Archery Team will hold its second annual “Saints Archery Tournament” Feb. 13 at the Calhoun County High School Gymnasium starting at 4:30 p.m.

The tournament is a qualification event for the National Archery in the Schools Program. Archers from as far away as Charleston will be participating in this year’s tournament.

Last year’s tournament winner, Manning High School, will return this year to try to repeat.

The tournament is open to the public and there is no admission charge. Participants are asked to bring two canned goods that will be donated to a local soup kitchen.

This year’s tournament features three special awards: The Bull’s Eye Award, The Tournament Shoot-Off and the Overall High Score Award.

For more information, contact Tillmon Ancrum at 803-874-3071 or send an e-mail to tancrum@ccps.calhoun.k12.sc.us.

VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL

Bamberg-Ehrhardt 37, Barnwell 29

BAMBERG – Leading the way for B-E was Akayla Frazier with eight points, five rebounds and a block.

Meronda Murdaugh recorded eight points and six rebounds while La’Shaya Clark had seven points, five steals, three assists and three blocks.

B-E (10-10, 3-6) will travel to Edisto at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Lake Marion 47, Timberland 31

SANTEE – The Lady Gators were paced by Marquayla Lee-Parson with 20 points in the win.

Lake Marion (12-10, 5-3) will host Kingstree at 6 p.m. Monday.

Hunter-Kinard-Tyler 41, North 33

NEESES — The Lady Trojans were led by Brandi Peeples and Amanda Wright with 10 points each.

North’s Zhanae Nimmons led all scorers with 17 points.

H-K-T (7-8, 4-6) will travel to Wagener-Salley on Tuesday.

North (3-12, 3-9) will host Ridge Spring-Monetta.

Holly Hill Academy 44, Thomas Sumter 26

DALZELL — The high scorer for HHA was Kayla Crider with 14 points. Abby Winquest added 10 points for the Lady Raiders (11-9) in the win.

They face Calhoun Academy in St. Matthews on Tuesday.

Wade Hampton 34, Edisto 30

CORDOVA — Gionne Moorer led the Lady Cougars with 16 points in the loss.

Edisto falls to 2-17 overall and 2-7 in conference play and hosts Bamberg-Ehrhardt on Tuesday.

Palmetto Christian 44, Calhoun Academy 37

MT. PLEASANT — Savannah Barker led the Lady Cavaliers with 11 points while Melissa Cherry and Regan Miller tallied eight points each in the loss.

CA (11-7, 5-4) will host Holly Hill Academy on Tuesday.

Andrew Jackson 36, Clarendon Hall 29

EHRHARDT — Andrew Jackson was led by Cassidy Hall with 14 points and 11 rebounds.

Gayle Mathias had 12 points and 14 rebounds while Kasey Mixon added eight points.

AJA (13-3,6-1) will host Colleton Prep on Tuesday.

VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL

Edisto 52, Wade Hampton 35

CORDOVA – Destine Albert was the top scorer for the Cougars with 11 points.

Edisto (12-8, 6-3) will host Bamberg-Ehrhardt on Tuesday.

Holly Hill Academy 55, Thomas Sumter 31

DALZELL — Charlie Carpenter led all HHA scorers with 14 points while Noah Cason finished the game with 11 points.

HHA (10-10, 5-4) will travel to Calhoun Academy on Tuesday.

Woodland 74, Ridgeland-Hardeeville 54

BYRDS – Leading the Wolverines was Sergio Smith with 23 points.

Juadon Chandler added 16 points for Woodland as Herb Johnson and Michael Wamer each finished with 12 points.

Terrance Frazier led Ridgeland-Hardeeville with 14 points in the loss.

Woodland (18-5, 11-1) clinches the Region 6-AA title with the win and will face Bishop England on the road Tuesday.

Palmetto Christian 58, Calhoun Academy 39

MT. PLEASANT – Jesse Reeves was Calhoun’s top scorer with 17 points.

Jackson Fleming posted seven points while Tucker McGee added five in the loss.

Calhoun (9-9, 4-5) will face Holly Hill Academy at home on Tuesday.

Clarendon Hall 43, Andrew Jackson 38

AJA was led by Matthew Avant with 15 points and nine rebounds in the loss.

Aaron Cleland added 13 points and eight rebounds. AJA (3-16, 2-7) will host Colleton Prep on Tuesday.

JUNIOR VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL

Holly Hill Academy 20, Thomas Sumter 13

DALZELL — Abbott Hutto was the top scorer with seven points for the Lady Raiders (14-3, 7-2).

HHA travels to Calhoun Academy on Tuesday at 4 p.m.

Calhoun Academy 24, Palmetto Christian 11

MT. PLEASANT – Grace Carroll and Taylor Smith each had six points in the win for the Lady Cavs (13-2, 8-1), who will host Holly Hill Academy on Tuesday.

Clarendon Hall 29, Andrew Jackson Academy 17

EHRHARDT — AJA was led by Caitlin McCallister with 11 points and six steals. Emmy Hall added four points.

Andrew Jackson (4-7,0-7) will host Colleton Prep at 4 p.m. Tuesday.

JUNIOR VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL

Thomas Sumter 45, Holly Hill Academy 24

DALZELL – HHA (5-12, 1-8) was led by Cooper Hopkins in the loss with 10 points.

The Raiders will face Calhoun Academy on Tuesday.

Branchville 38, Estill 37

BRANCHVILLE — Chaz Livingston recorded a double-double consisting of 15 points and 10 rebounds for the Yellow Jackets.

Devin Williams ended the night with eight points. Lydell Elmore added six points and eight assists.

Branchville (3-9) will travel to Charleston to face St. John’s Christian on Monday.

Palmetto Christian 32, Calhoun Academy 28

MT. PLEASANT — The Cavaliers were led by in scoring by Maxwell Moore with 12 points. Cooper McGee came away with five in the loss.

The Cavaliers (11-5, 4-5) will host Holly Hill Academy on Tuesday.

Clarendon Hall 35, Andrew Jackson 32

EHRHARDT — AJA got 11 points from Christian Lee and Joseph Stanfield as Hunter Waltz turned in 10 points in the loss.

The Confederates (2-9,1-6) will host Colleton Prep on Tuesday.

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