Briefly

Tuesday’s area sports briefs

From staff reportsDecember 11, 2012 

— Josh Lindsey hit six 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 26 points to lead North Myrtle Beach to a 61-50 win over West Brunswick, N.C.

Jahlen Livingston had six points and a game-high 14 rebounds, and the Chiefs pulled away in the second half.

West Brunswick’s Greg Cheers scored a team-high 15 points.

•  WEST BRUNSWICK (50) – Markel Jones 9, Phillip Gause 5, Greg Cheers 15, Antonio Clarida 3, Zaire Hankins 7, Demaria Evans 2, Quintin Ash 5, Jawan McNeil 4.

•  NORTH MYRTLE BEACH (61) – Jahlen Livingston 6, Marshawn Scott 4, Josh Lindsey 26, Jaquan Grissett 9, Matt Lindsey 3, Jeff Vereen 5, Forrest Vereen 4, Cameron Gore 4.

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• 3-point goals: West Brunswick 2 (Cheers 2); North Myrtle Beach 7 (J. Lindsey 6, M. Lindsey). Team fouls: West Brunswick 18, North Myrtle Beach 17.

• Records: North Myrtle Beach 4-1

High school boys basketball

•  Conway 43, (at) Georgetown 34 | Kahmil Cooper posted 15 points as the Tigers defeated the Bulldogs.

•  CONWAY (43) – Jalen Hennigan 2, Christian Jeffords 11, Kahmil Cooper 15, Reggie Bonner 10, Bryan Edwards 3, Trevon Longs 2.

•  GEORGETOWN (34) – Dae’Quan Gibson 9, Tarik Tucker 4, Eddie Anderson 3, AJ Walker 4, Anthony Blair 2, Amalek Nesbit 3, Olajuwon Doiley 2, Charlie McGirt 7.

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• 3-point goals: Conway 4 (Jeffords, Cooper 3); Georgetown 3 (Gibson, Anderson, Nesbit). Team fouls: Conway 10, Georgetown 18. Fouled out: Cooper.

• Records: Conway: 3-2

•  Carvers Bay 85, (at) Hannah-Pamplico 57 | Darius Williams had a team-high 17 points as the Bears had four players score in double figures. Carvers Bay others scoring double digits were Walter Linen (11), Shayton Durrand (12) and Da’Shaun Aiken (14).

Hannah-Pamplico’s Devante Ellis scored a game-high 44 points.

•  CARVERS BAY (85) – Walter Linen 11, Shayton Durrand 12, Shaquand Durrand 7, Da’Shaun Aiken 14, Nigel Gamble 5, Chris Carter 4, Louis Morant 1, T.J. Myers 2, Steffon Hannah 4, Eaddy Moore 8, Darius Williams 17

•  HANNAH-PAMPLICO (57) – Jared Sell 2, Devante Ellis 44, Terry Self 2, Roy Ellis 8, Christopher Fleming 8

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• 3-point goals: Carvers Bay 5 (Linen, Shaq. Durrand, Gamble, Carter, Williams); Hannah-Pamplico 4 (R. Ellis 2, Fleming 2). Team fouls: Carvers Bay 18, Hannah-Pamplico 14. Fouled out: Ketron Belin (HP). Technical fouls: J. Sell, Hannah.

• Records: Carvers Bay 3-2.

•  Lincoln 68, (at) Lowcountry Prep 53 | Tristan Teems, despite scoring only two points in the first half due to foul trouble, finished with a game-high 39 points and grabbed a game-high 17 rebounds but Lowcountry Prep fell to Lincoln.

Lincoln’s Eric Manigault scored a team-high 22 points, and Kris Cash added 10 points.

•  LINCOLN (68) – Qualjion Fell 7, Ikell Singleton 8, Rhakeem Swinton 2, Quinton McCormick 2, Eric Manigault 22, Daquan Daley 6, Harry Powell 2, Kris Cash 10, Rashard Phyall 4, Travis Blake 5.

•  LOWCOUNTRY PREP (53) – Shan Peter 4, Thomas DesChamps 10, Tristan Teems 39.

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• 3-point goals: Lincoln 5 (Singleton 2, Manigault 3); Lowcountry (None). Team fouls: Lincoln 19, Lowcountry 12. Fouled out: None. Technical fouls: None.

• Records: Lincoln 4-4, Lowcountry 1-8

•  (At) Aynor 45, Creek Bridge 36 | Brandon Young scored a game-high 17 points to lead the Blue Jackets over Creek Bridge.

•  CREEK BRIDGE (36) – D. Gause 5, S. Graves 7, D. Graves 4, R. Woodbury 2, R. Rogers 11, J. Eaddy 6, N. Branham 1

•  AYNOR (45) – Ronique Smith 1, Brandon Young 17, Hunter Windham 7, Chris Brown 13, Christian Buie 7

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• 3-point goals: Creek Bridge 2 (Gause, Eaddy); Aynor 4 (Young, Windham, Brown 2). Team fouls: Creek Bridge 14, Aynor 19.

• Records: Aynor 5-3

•  (At) St. James 64, Andrews 34 | The Sharks gave the Yellow Jackets their seventh loss of the season. Caleb Duggan scored 12 points to lead St. James, while Monte McCrea had a game-high 16 points to lead Andrews.

•  ANDREWS (34) – Monte McCrea 16, Travis Collins 5, Jackie Wilson 2, Gohnel Grant 2, Jowan Grant 5, D.J. Lawrence 4.

•  ST. JAMES (64) – Caleb Duggan 12, Neheimah Stafford 11, Matt Strange 10, Tredarius McCallum 9, Jackson Hurston 7, Heywood Brandon 7, Brooks Hurston 4, Josh Roper 4.

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• 3-point goals: Andrews 1 (Lawrence); St. James 5 (Duggan 2, Stafford, J. Hurston, Strange). Team fouls: Andrews 16, St. James 22. Fouled out: Russ Sansberry (A), Strange, Grant. Technical fouls: Monty Carr (SJ).

• Records: St. James: 4-1, Andrews 0-7

High school girls basketball

•  (At) North Myrtle Beach 83, West Brunswick 14 | India Farmer had a game-high 26 points to go along with 14 rebounds and seven assists, Taylor Allman added 23 points and five steals, and the Chiefs dominated the Trojans to stay undefeated.

North Myrtle Beach held a 49-7 halftime lead and forced West Brunswick to turn the ball over 41 times in the contest. Farmer was 9-for-17 from the field and Allman was 9-for-19 from the field for North Myrtle Beach.

Yana Bland scored a team-high five points, and Dazia Gause had four points and a team-high 10 rebounds for the Trojans.

•  WEST BRUNSWICK (14) – Yana Bland 5, Allison Brown 4, Dazia Gause 4, Kianna Pigott 1.

•  NORTH MYRTLE BEACH (83) – Sarah McCloskey 2, Ja’Quella Livingston 6, Taylor Allman 23, India Farmer 26, Hannah McIntyre 3, Ronshelia Dewitt 6, Julia Cole 3, Marci Chestnut 8, Laquiesha Stanley 6.

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• 3-point goals: North Myrtle Beach 4 (Allman 3, Farmer). Team fouls: West Brunswick 18, NMB 10. Fouled out: Leilani Emile (W. Brunswick).

• Records: North Myrtle Beach 5-0.

•  Myrtle Beach 45, (at) Carolina Forest 28 | Shavae Shaw had a team-high 12 points, Tanisha Brown had 11 points, and the Seahawks proved too much for the Panthers.

Carolina Forest’s Ashleigh Turner scored a game-high 21 points and pulled down nine rebounds.

•  MYRTLE BEACH (45) – Ivy Collins 2, Shavae Shaw 12, Nia Sumpter 4, Kiana Adderton 8, Christiana Myers 6, Tanisha Brown 11, Tanya Dennison 2.

•  CAROLINA FOREST (28) – Cristina Wright 2, Kia Brisbon 2, Marisa Runion 3, Ashleigh Turner 21.

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• 3-point goals: Myrtle Beach 1 (Myers); Team fouls: Myrtle Beach 18, Carolina Forest 12.

• Records: Carolina Forest: 2-6.

•  (At) St. James 60, Andrews 31 | The Sharks downed the Yellow Jackets with a strong first quarter and a huge defensive effort. Hannah Price scored 21 in St. James’ win.

•  ANDREWS (31) – Tionne Waite 4, Shameka McCray 7, Tanaze Clark 1, Latesja Deas 9, Zenayvia Deas 7, Britney McKnight 1, Larhonda Carter 2

•  ST. JAMES (60) – Taylor Seagle 2, Kimmie Hotzelt 6, Kelsi Bachmann 4, Alexis Holmes 1, Hannah Price 21, Hanna Burns 7, Eldreonna Hannah 13, Bethany Goodrich 6

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• 3-point goals: St. James 2 (Price, Hanna). Team fouls: Andrews 25, St. James 24. Fouled out: McCray, Z. Deas.

• Records: St. James: 6-2.

•  Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach 64, (at) North Myrtle Beach Christian 36 | Mary Chandler Butler had a triple-double in the Saints’ win Monday night with 22 points, 10 rebounds and 12 steals. Chandler Butler added seven assists.

Simi Oduwole led Christian Academy with 29 points and added 29 rebounds and Caroline Gore also had a double-double with 16 rebounds and 10 steals.

Kailey Shields and Alicia Forester did all the scoring for North Myrtle Beach Christian with 18 a piece.

•  CHRISTIAN ACADEMY OF MYRTLE BEACH (64) – Caroline Gore 9, Simi Oduwole 29, Mary Chandler Butler 22, Rebekah Bowers 4

•  NORTH MYRTLE BEACH CHRISTIAN (36) – Kailey Shields 18, Alicia Forester 18

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• 3-point goals: North Myrtle Beach Christian 4 (Forester 4). Team fouls: Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach 9, North Myrtle Beach Christian 11.

• Records: Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach 4-4.

CCU men’s soccer

• Coastal Carolina forward Ashton Bennett is one of 54 seniors to receive an invitation by Major League Soccer on Tuesday to attend the upcoming 2013 adidas MLS Player Combine.

Bennett was selected to attend the combine by a committee of NCAA Division I coaches from each conference, as well as MLS representatives. Generation adidas signings, non-collegiate players, and additional college seniors will be announced in the coming weeks.

The invited players will be divided into four separate teams that are led by prominent collegiate coaches and select youth coaches. Matches will be played as doubleheaders on January 11, 13 and 15. Each match is closely monitored by technical staff from all 19 MLS clubs.

The Clarendon, Jamaica, native becomes only the second Chanticleer to receive an invitation to the prestigious event, joining former standout and current assistant coach Kyle Russell. Furthermore, Bennett is the only Big South Conference student-athlete to receive the invitation this season and the sixth overall.

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