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Tuesday’s area sports briefs

From staff reportsDecember 18, 2012 

Khadedra Croker had a game-high 22 points to go along with a game-high 15 rebounds to lead King’s Fork (Va.) over Potter’s House Christian (Fla.) 70-59 in the first round of the CresCom Bank Holiday Invitational on Tuesday.

King’s Fork led by three at halftime and turned up the tempo in the second half, outscoring Potter’s House 34-26 to secure a spot in the second round.

Brittany Alston had 11 points for King’s Fork, Julissa Riddick and Adrienna McCrary had 10 points apiece, and Chantel Roberts added five points and 10 rebounds.

Ra’Jean Martin had a team-high 12 points for Potter’s House.

Despite 32 turnovers for King’s Fork, it outscored Potter’s House 22-17 in points off turnovers and King’s Fork outscored Potter’s House 40-24 in the paint.

•  KING’S FORK (70) – Shaikeyla Jordan 6, Brittany Alston 11, Chantel Roberts 5, Julissa Riddick 10, Khadedra Croker 22, Adrienna McCrary 10, Shanell Pope 6.

•  POTTER’S HOUSE CHRISTIAN (59) – Samiah Bethel 7, Ra’Jean Martin 12, Jasmine Gaines 8, Denisha Swain 7, Sarah Anderson 8, Dionna Marcus 3, Brea Forbes 5, Destiny Green 9.

•  Halftime: King’s Fork 36-33. 3-point goals: King’s Fork 1 (McCrary); Potter’s House 7 (Martin 4, Anderson 2, Green). Team fouls: King’s Fork 14, Potter’s House 23. Fouled out: None. Technical fouls: None.

•  Records: King’s Fork 7-0, Potter’s House 14-2

CresCom Bank Holiday Invitational

• Atlantic (Fla.) 64, C.E. Murray 32 | Shantazia Howard had a game-high 23 points, and Ronni Williams had 13 points to go along with nine rebounds, five steals, four blocks and three assists as Atlantic cruised past C.E. Murray to secure a second round match.

Naomi Moore had a team-high 17 points, as she was the only C.E. Murray player to score in double figures.

Atlantic forced 20 C.E. Murray turnovers, and outrebounded C.E. Murray 44-35.

•  ATLANTIC (64) – Ronni Williams 13, Destiny Woodard 16, Dee Gillard 4, Alexis Snead 4, Shantazia Howard 23, Brittany Shaw 2, Sierra Gates 2.

•  C.E. MURRAY (32) – Naomi Moore 17, Mecca Murphy 2, Myia McCrea 6, Whitney Montgomery 5, Lasabra Wilson 2.

•  Halftime: Atlantic 30-18. 3-point goals: Atlantic 1 (Howard); C.E. Murray 2 (Moore, Montgomery). Team fouls: Atlantic 6, C.E. Murray 5. Fouled out: None. Technical fouls: None.

•  Records: Atlantic 8-2, C.E. Murray 5-3

High school girls basketball

•  (At) Waccamaw 39, Johnsonville 31| Mary Tyler scored 16 points as the Warriors wrapped up Johnsonville in a narrow victory.

Johnsonville was led by Crystal Williams’ 16 points.

•  JOHNSONVILLE (31) – Kayla Ard 8; Cayley Gunter 2; Crystal Williams 16; Gabby Boatwright 3; Tiffany Smith 2.

•  WACCAMAW (39) – 2; Jess Preedom 4; D’etta Greene 1; Jess Benton 2; Aariona Wright 2; Jamaica Alston 2; Mary Tyler 16; Jaynae Rice 8; LeAnn Thompson 2.

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• 3-point goals: Johnsonville 2 (Williams; Boatwright ); Waccamaw 3 (Tyler 3). Team fouls: Johnsonville 9; Waccamaw 11.

• Records: Waccamaw 3-4

•  (At) North Myrtle Beach 50, Conway 15 | Taylor Allman’s 17 points sparked a huge Chiefs victory over Conway.

•  CONWAY (15) – Raven Grant 1, Bree Steele 4, Miko Johnson 4, Shonda Green 2, Aliyah Alston 2, Tierra Spain 2.

•  NORTH MYRTLE BEACH (50)– Taylor Allman 17, Julia Cole 2, Jaquella Livingston 11, Marci Chestnut 4, India Farmer 16.

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• 3-point goals: Conway 1 (Steele); North Myrtle Beach 1 (Allman). Team fouls: Conway 14, North Myrtle Beach 13.

• Records: North Myrtle Beach 7-0.

• (At) New Hanover (N.C.) 44, Socastee 42 | Kira Bell had 13 points and Kirstin Zanardo added 12, but the Braves fell short.

•  SOCASTEE (42) – Blake Smith 9, Kira Bell 13, Sydney Wortham 6, Madison Lowe 2, Kirstin Zanardo 12

•  NEW HANOVER (44) – L.B. Shapiro 2, Tanesia Toomer 6, Grace Cameron 12, Asia Davis 3, Kapria Pressley 16, Alex Simmons 5

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• 3-point goals: Socastee 2 (Zanardo 2), New Hanover 6 (Toomer 2, Cameron 3, Davis 1). Team fouls: Socastee 5, New Hanover 14. Fouled out: None. Technical fouls: None.

• Records: Socastee 6-4

•  St. James 56, (at) Andrews 40 | Hannah Price’s 30 points lifts the Sharks over Andrews.

•  ST. JAMES (56) – Kelsi Bachman 8, Hannah Price 30, Nicole Meyers 8, Bethany Goodrich 10.

•  ANDREWS (40) – Tionne Waite 3, Shemeika McCray 8, Latesja Deas 13, Canavya Deas 7, Britney McKnight 2, Nyesha Filmore 7.

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• 3-point goals: St. James 7 (Bachman 2, Price 5); Andrews 2 (White, L. Deas). Team fouls: St. James 16, Andrews 17.

• Records: St. James 7-2, Andrews 2-8

High school boys basketball

•  (At) Aynor 71, Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach 66 (OT) | Christian Buie scored 26 and pulled down 14 rebounds as the Blue Jackets edged the Saints in overtime.

Aynor’s Brandon Young (11) and Hunter Windham (15) each scored in double digits.

Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach was led by Kendall Henry’s 25 points and Bernard Jones added 15.

•  CHRISTIAN ACADEMY OF MYRTLE BEACH (66) – Josh Lang 3, Austin Guyton 9, Bernard Jones 15, Cole Gore 8, Matt Doria 2, Garrett Richards 4, Kendall Henry 25.

•  AYNOR (71) – Graham Harrington 5, Brandon Young 11, Hunter Chestnut 2, Hunter Windham 15, Chris Brown 8, Zach Jennerette 4, Christian Buie 26.

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• 3-point goals: CAMB 9 (Lang, Guyton, Jones 2, Gore 2, Henry 3); Aynor 3 (Young 3). Team fouls: CAMB 18, Aynor 16.

• Records: Aynor 6-4, CAMB 9-4

•  Conway 61, (at) North Myrtle Beach 48 | Christian Jeffords scored 11 of his 15 points in a fourth quarter in which the Tigers outscored the Chiefs 26-6 en route to a big come-from-behind victory.

Malcolm Green (12 points, 12 rebounds) and Kahmil Cooper (13 points, 10 rebounds each had double-doubles, while Reggie Bonner led the Tigers with 16 points.

Jaquan Grissett scored 19 for the Chiefs. •  CONWAY (61) – Jaquail Crosland 3, Christian Jeffords 15, Malcolm Green 12, Kahmil Cooper 13, Reggie Bonner 16, Trevon Longs 2.

•  NORTH MYRTLE BEACH (48) – Josh Lindsey 16, Jaquan Grissett 19, Matt Lindsey 1, Forrest Vereen 5, Jalen Livingston 2, Marshawn Scott 3, Cameron Gore 2.

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• 3-point goals: North Myrtle Beach 3 (Grissett 2, J. Lindsey). Team fouls: Conway 18, North Myrtle Beach 19. Fouled out: Scott. Technical fouls: Grissett, Jeffords.

• Records: Conway 5-2, North Myrtle Beach 5-2

•  (At) Georgetown 57, Hemingway 33 | Anderson and Gibson combine for 20 points as the Bulldogs roll over Hemingway.

•  HEMINGWAY (33) – Hampton 5, McKelvey 3, Washington 6, Scott 6, Kinsey 2, Heywood 2, Kinsey 7.

•  GEORGETOWN (57) – Gibson 10, Cuttino 3, Anderson 10, Walker 9, Blair 8, Billings 2, Nesbit 2, Chen 3, Doiley 6, McGirt 4.

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• 3-point goals: Georgetown 4 (Cuttino, Anderson 2, Chen). Team fouls: Hemingway 15, Georgetown 12.

• Records: Georgetown 7-3

•  Johnsonville 86, (at) Waccamaw 75 | Adonis Williams scored a game-high 31 points but it wasn’t enough for the Warriors.

Cordea Wilson also had a game-high 31 points for Johnsonville and Tately Anderson added 22 points.

•  JOHNSONVILLE (86) – Tately Anderson 22, Cordea Wilson 31, Josh Franklin 7, Arkelious Williams 10, Tushai Edwards 4, Arderis Doctor 10, Shaquille Crouch 2

•  WACCAMAW (75) – Adonis Williams 31, Rob Ferraro 7, Deandre Richardson 2, Matthew Fisher 14, Jay Burdette 1, Stephon Funnye 8, Noah Gulley 12

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• 3-point goals: Johnsonville 5 (Anderson 2, Wilson 3); Waccamaw 4 (Williams 3, Fisher). Team fouls: Johnsonville 14, Waccamaw 19. Fouled out: Ad. Williams. Technical fouls: Johnsonville bench 2.

• Records: Waccamaw 2-5

•  (At) Carvers Bay 76, Hannah-Pamplico 56 | Shayton Durrand scored a team-high 13 points to lead the Bears over Hannah-Pamplico.

Walter Linen added 11 points for Carvers Bay.

Devante Ellis had a game-high 24 points for Hannah-Pamplico.

•  HANNAH-PAMPLICO (56) – Jared Self 11, Devante Ellis 24, Tyrone Brown 1, Terry Self 9, Rory Elliott 6, Christopher Fleming 5

•  CARVERS BAY (76) – Walter Linen 11, Shayton Durrand 13, Shaquand Durrand 9, Nigel Gamble 9, Chris Carter 6, Donovan Brown 4, Louis Morant 4, Daquan Wilson 3, T.J. Myers 4, Stephon Hannah 2, Darius Williams 6

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• 3-point goals: Hannah-Pamplico 3 (J. Self 2, T. Self); Carvers Bay 4 (Linen 2, Gamble, Carter). Team fouls: Hannah-Pamplico 20, Carvers Bay 20. Fouled out: None. Technical fouls: None.

• Records: Carvers Bay 7-3

•  St. James 66, (at) Andrews 64| Tredarius McCallum, Caleb Duggan, Nehemiah Stafford combined for 53 points as the Sharks edged out the win over the Yellow Jackets.

•  ST. JAMES (66) – Brooks Hurston 2, Tredarius McCallum 16, Caleb Duggan 19, Nehemiah Stafford 18, Jackson Hurston 3, Heywood Brandon 4, Matt Strange 2, Dakota Holmes 2.

•  ANDREWS (64) – D.J. Lawrence 2, Juwan Grant 7, Faizon Pushia 2, Johnel Grant 6, Jackie Wilson 9, Montae McCray 18, William Lewis 3, Travis Collins 17.

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• 3-point goals: St. James 7 (McCallum, Duggan 3, Stafford 2, J. Hurston); Andrews 2 (Grant, Lewis). Team fouls: St. James 17, Andrews 20.

• Records: St. James 5-1, Andrews 0-8

CCU women’s basketball

•  Kayla Cook had a team high 14 points for the Chanticleers as they dropped a contest to South Carolina State 78-55.

Alexx Puckett (13) and Katelyn Connor (10) also scored in double figures for Coastal.

South Carolina State was led by Cabriel Duren’s game-high 15 points. The Bulldogs also had two others score in double figures with Kourtney Williams (12) and Tiara Knotts (11).

Coastal Carolina (6-4) – Alexx Puckett 4-13 3-6 13, Katelyn Connor 5-14 0-0 10, AJ Jordan 2-8 0-0 4, Shatia Cole 2-8 2-2 8, Angelica Henry 1-6 0-0 2, Jena Hamrick 0-1 0-0 0, Corinne Holland 0-0 0-0 0, Savanah Pippin 0-3 0-0 0, Kayla Cook 5-8 2-2 14, Ressa Borkovich 0-0 0-0 0, DJ Hunter 1-7 2-2 4. Totals 20-68 9-12 55.

South Carolina State (8-2) – Brittany Cochran 1-4 0-0 2, Fannie Goodwin 4-7 1-1 9, Kourtney Williams 5-8 2-2 12, Tiara Knotts 4-14 0-0 11, Cabriel Duren 5-8 5-5 15, Persephone Goodwin 0-0 0-0 0, Mykala Jones 3-5 0-0 8, Trinese Fox 3-9 2-2 8, Cherisha Floyd 1-3 4-4 7, Paris Alston 1-6 4-7 6. Totals 27-64 18-21 78.

Halftime–South Carolina State 49-22. 3-Point Goals–CCU 6-16 (Puckett 2-2, Connor 0-1, Jordan 0-1, Cole 2-6, Henry 0-2, Hamrick 0-1, Cook 2-3), South Carolina State 6-15 (Knotts 3-9, Duren 0-1, Jones 2-2, Floyd 1-3) Fouled Out–None. Rebounds–CCU 44 (Puckett 11), South Carolina State 44 (Alston 9). Assists–CCU 11 (Puckett, Cole, Henry 2), South Carolina State 10 (Duern 4) Total Fouls–CCU 17, South Carolina State 11. Att.–248.

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