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Orangeburg Prep standouts

to play in North/South game

Members of the Orangeburg Prep football team will play in the 2019 SCISA North/South All-Star Football Game on Friday at Heathwood Hall Episcopal School in Columbia at 6 p.m.

Indians chosen for the contest include the following: Will Summers; Sr. running back/punter, Andrew Felkel; Sr. offensive line, and David Jones; Sr. offensive line.

Summers, Felkel and Jones each made the SCISA Region 2-2A All-Region Team, along with teammates A.J. Tolbert; Jr. tight end, Amir Tyler; Soph. running back, Billy Workman; Sr. linebacker, Kenneth Fogle; Sr. linebacker, and Nick Shafer; Jr. defensive line.

2019 SCISA Region 2-2A All-Region Honorable Mention from OP included Will Shaw; Sr. quarterback, McCullough Mims; Soph quarterback, Cory Collins; Sr. defensive back, and Harrison Miller; Sr. linebacker.

VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL

Denmark-Olar 93

Branchville 33

DENMARK - Denmark-Olar won 93-33 at home against Branchville on Thursday, led by T.T. Hill with 24 points and 3 blocked shots.

The Vikings were also paced by Zachary Davis with 20 points, 5 rebounds, Malik Palmer with 15 points and 4 rebounds, Zavion Clark with 7 steals, and Trey Wiggins with 14 rebounds.

Branchville was led by J. Stephens with 9 points.

D-O (1-2) plays Friday at home against North Charleston.

Orangeburg Prep 56

Thomas Sumter 33

Orangeburg Prep won a 56-33 home game against Thomas Sumter on Thursday.

Tim Junious led the Indians with 18 points, while McCullough Mims and Brison Ardis added 7 points each and Hunter McClain scored 8 points.

The Indians (4-0) play Carolina Academy at 5:30 p.m. in the Baron Classic in Sumter on Friday. The Indians play Thomas Sumter Academy at 1 p.m. on Saturday in the Baron Classic in Sumter.

Orangeburg Prep 54

Holly Hill Academy 29

HOLLY HILL - Orangeburg Prep took a 54-29 win at Holly Hill Academy on Wednesday.

Benjamin Davis led the Indians with 19 points, while Tim Junious scored 11 points, Will Shaw added 6 points and 7 rebounds, and McCullough Mims pulled down 8 rebounds.

VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL

Orangeburg Prep 48

Thomas Sumter 10

Orangeburg Prep took a 48-10 home win against Thomas Sumter on Thursday, led by Campbell Delaney with 12 points.

For the Lady Indians, Abigail Thackston and Bailey Livingston each had 8 points.

OP travels to play in the Baron Classic at Wilson Hall on Friday against Carolina Academy at 4 p.m.

Denmark-Olar 63

Branchville 8

DENMARK - Denmark-Olar took a 63-8 home win against Branchville on Thursday.

The Lady Vikings were led by Mikiyah Stukes with 14 points, Aijalon Wrotten with 13 points, Datasha Holman with 10 points and Lakiyah Coleman with 9 points.

D-O plays host to North Charleston on Friday at 6 p.m.

JV GIRLS BASKETBALL

Orangeburg Prep 30

Thomas Sumter 12

Orangeburg Prep defeated Thomas Sumter 30-12 on Thursday at home.

Anna Beth Lambrecht led the way with 13 points, while Ashby Garrick added 8 points.

The JV Lady Indians will play host to Heathwood Hall on Tuesday at 4 p.m.

JV BOYS BASKETBALL

Edisto 53

Hunter-Kinard-Tyler 35

NEESES - Edisto took a 53-35 win at Hunter-Kinard-Tyler on Thursday night.

Edisto plays at home on Friday against Bamberg at 4:30 p.m.

Orangeburg Prep 42

Thomas Sumter Academy 6

Orangeburg Prep won a 42-6 home game against Thomas Sumter Academy on Thursday.

Prusher Bair led the Indians with 9 points, while Jacob Powell scored 8 points and Jay Plummer scored 7 points.

The JV Indians are 4-0.

Orangeburg Prep 47

Holly Hill Academy 12

HOLLY HILL - Orangeburg Prep took a 47-12 win at Holly Hill Academy on Wednesday.

Andrew Hunter led the Indians with 9 points, while Jay Plummer and Prusher Bair each added 7 points. John Mack and Jacob Powell scored 6 points each and Devin Patel and Blake Croft added 4 points each.

LOCAL GOLF

HMGA December

golf tournament

The Hillcrest Men's Golf Association will host its December tournament on Sunday, December 8 at 10 a.m. at Hillcrest Golf Club.

The format is individual stroke play. The annual HMGA business meeting will be held prior to play, at 9 a.m.

All golfers interested in playing in the tournament are asked to call the HGC pro shop at 533-6030 by Saturday at 5 p.m.

Play is open to club members and anyone wanting to join the club.

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