Denmark Tech tops
SC Faith, 122-92
DENMARK – Denmark Tech men's basketball won their homecoming game on Saturday against SC Faith, 122-92.
Leading the way for DTC was Nigel Lawson with 23 points (5-for-10 from the 3-point line), Isaiah Odom with 18 points, D.J. Kitchings with 17 points, Bobby McFadden with 15 points and 5 rebounds, Jarvis Martin with 14 points, and Marcus Ford with 12 points.
Denmark Tech (9-10 overall, 2-5 in conference) plays at Spartanburg Methodist on Saturday at 5 p.m.
Delaware State 70,
S.C. State 68
S.C. State 63,
Delaware State 60
Edisto 33, Gilbert 26
GILBERT – The Edisto Cougars picked up a road win on Monday, with a 33-26 win at Gilbert.
Edisto to complete a second consecutive undefeated season on Thursday with a home game against Swansea at 5 p.m.
Allendale 38, C-Edisto 36
COPE – Carver-Edisto lost by 2 points at home on Monday, despite getting 10 points from Q. Felder and 9 points from Jonas Nelson.
It was the last game of the season for Carver-Edisto.
The Lady Cougars of Carver-Edisto Middle School went undefeated this season. Their top scorers were Rashawnda McCord, Zy'Asia Stewart, and My' Keria Glover. The Lady Cougars (11-0) were coached by Lisa Jennings (Head Coach) and Katrina Coleman (Assistant Coach).
The team motto this season was "The moment you give up is the moment you let your opponent win."
The Lady Cougars won the following games this season: Williston-Elko 33-8, Estill 29-10, Denmark-Olar 33-3, Barnwell 29-22, Bamberg 32-20, Blackville-Hilda 34-7, Williston-Elko 27-3, Estill 17-11, Denmark-Olar 25-16, Barnwell (canceled), Bamberg 30-5, and Blackville-Hilda 38-15.