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Tuesday’s area sports briefs

From staff reportsJanuary 29, 2013 

Da’Shaun Aiken had a team-high 20 points to lead the Carvers Bay boys basketball team to a 66-53 win over Timmonsville to improve to 7-0 in Region VIII-A.

Shayton Durand added 17 points for the Bears.

•  CARVERS BAY (66) – Walter Linen 2, Shayton Durrand 17, Shaquand Durrand 9, Da’ Shaun Aiken 20, Nigel Gamble 7, Rashad Dorsey 2, Chris Carter 2, Darius Williams 7

•  TIMMONSVILLE (53) – Josh Heston 5, Franklin King 13, Malik Greek 4, Tyrese Jones 23, Tamaric Jones 6, Jalen Morris 2

Carvers Bay1317201666
Timmonsville121172353

• 3-point goals: Carvers Bay 3 (Shaq. Durrand, Aiken, Gamble); Timmonsville 2 (King, Ty. Jones). Team fouls: Carvers Bay 15, Timmonsville 18. Fouled out: None. Technical fouls: None.

• Records: Carvers Bay 7-0 Region VIII-A)

High school boys basketball

•  (At) Wilson 73, North Myrtle Beach 48 | Patrell Rogers had a game-high 29 points to lead the Tigers past the Chiefs.

Jaquan Grissett had 18 for the Chiefs, who now lead Region VII-AAA by just a game over three teams: Georgetown, Myrtle Beach and St. James.

The Tigers dominated the paint, where they had a 40-20 scoring advantage and 20-2 second-chance points margin.

•  NORTH MYRTLE BEACH (48) – Jahlen Livingston 2, Marshawn Scott 3, Josh Lindsey 8, Jaquan Grissett 18, Matt Lindsey 11, Forrest Vereen 4, Tyrique Robinson 2

•  WILSON (73) – T.J. Fredrick 6, Patrell Rogers 29, Blake Walker 1, Raekwan McCall 10, Jeff Gandy 6, Quentin Boston 2, A.J. Walker 8, Taveon Haile 11

NMB151081548
Wilson718232573

• 3-point goals: North Myrtle Beach 4 (J. Lindsey 1, Grissett 1, M. Lindsey 2), Wilson 0. Team fouls: North Myrtle Beach 24, Wilson 20. Fouled out: Vereen (North Myrtle Beach). Technical fouls: Scott (North Myrtle Beach), Fredrick (Wilson), Boston (Wilson).

• Records: North Myrtle Beach 15-6 (5-2 Region VII-AAA)

• (At) Socastee 61, Myrtle Beach 53 | Dante Moore had 16 points, Dylan Thompson added 11 points and 10 assists, Will Caswell had 11 points and nine rebounds, and Finn Melko had nine points and nine rebounds to lead the Braves to their first Region VII-AAA win

•  MYRTLE BEACH (53) – Tyshame Lewis 8, Graham Baughn 3, Nolan Butler 16, Mason Lewis 7, Wayne Vereen 2, Tyrone Cooper 4, Soloman Cooper 6, Nick Wonder 2, Rivers Singleton 3, Coleman Martin 2

•  SOCASTEE (61) – Erick Mortel 2, Dante Moore 16, Nick Fitzpatrick 2, Adarius McCray 3, Finn Melko 9, Will Caswell 11, Dylan Thompson 11, Dakota Morgan 7

Myrtle Beach141471853
Socastee1415161661

• 3-point goals: Myrtle Beach 2 (T. Lewis 1, M. Lewis 1), Socastee 6 (Moore 4, Caswell 1, Thompson 1). Team fouls: Myrtle Beach 20, Socastee 17. Fouled out: Singleton (Myrtle Beach), Caswell (Socastee). Technical fouls: None.

• Records: Socastee 5-12 (1-5)

• Marion 77, (at) Aynor 36 | Hunter Chestnut had a team-high 14 points, but it wasn’t enough for the Blue Jackets.

•  MARION (77) – K. Foxworth 12, L. Adams 4, N. McKelvy 10, K. Rowell 9, J. Godbold 2, T. Hampton 2, E. Avant 2, T. Wiggins 9, M. Outlaw 19, D. Foxworth 8

•  AYNOR (36) – H. Chestnut 14, R. Smith 5, C. Brown 4, A. Culick 2, Z. Jenerette 4, C. Buie 7

Marion921252277
Aynor9881236

• 3-point goals: Marion 3 (K. Foxworth 1, McKelvy 1, Outlaw 1), Aynor 0. Team fouls: Marion 19, Aynor 15. Fouled out: None. Technical fouls: McKelvy (Aynor).

•  (At) Loris 60, Waccamaw 58 | Tyree Floyd had a game-high 25 points as the Lions held off the Warriors.

Deontae Wideman and Aaron Wheeler each added 11 points for Loris.

Adonis Williams led Waccamaw with 19 points while Rob Ferraro added 17.

•  WACCAMAW (58) – Williams 19, Ferraro 17, Alston 1, Fisher 5, Smalls 5, Palley 1, Tunway 5, Auive 5

•  LORIS (60) – Tyree Floyd 25, Deontae Wideman 11, Aaron Wheeler 11, Zach Faircloth 4, Jahare Stone 2, Mickel Soles 4, Shammond Jackson 3

Waccamaw1314141758
Loris16892760

• 3-point goals: Waccamaw 2 (Williams, Ferraro); Loris 4 (Jackson, Wheeler 2, Floyd). Team fouls: Waccamaw 21, Loris 33. Fouled out: Faircloth, Wideman, Terroderick Johnson. Technical fouls: Waccamaw coach.

• Records: Waccamaw 2-5 Region VII-AA, Loris 3-17, 1-6 Region VII-AA

High school girls basketball

• Georgetown 45, (at) St. James 41 | Alexis Grove had a game-high 17 points to lead the Bulldogs past the Sharks.

•  GEORGETOWN (45) – Raven Smith 5, Taziyah Moody 13, Moet Spann 3, Justice Evans 2, Alexis Grove 17, Jamia Porcher 5

•  ST. JAMES (41) – Taylor Seagle 2, Nicole Myers 3, Anna Cavin 7, Kelsey Bachmann 5, Hannah Price 10, Eldreonna Hannah 11, Bethany Goodrich 3

Georgetown14642145
St. James51152041

• 3-point goals: Georgetown 2 (Smith 1, Porcher 1), St. James 4 (Bachmann 1, Price 2, Hannah 1). Team fouls: Georgetown 9, St. James 18. Fouled out: Evans (Georgetown), Bachmann (St. James). Technical fouls: None.

• Records: Georgetown 3-4 Region VII-AAA, St. James 8-12 (0-7 Region VII-AAA)

• Carolina Forest 44, (at) West Florence 38 | Marisa Runyon had 15 points, seven rebounds, five assists and four steals to lead Panthers.

•  CAROLINA FOREST (44) – Jayla Horton 1, Ashley Cole 2, Christina Wright 4, Alexis Tomlin 4, Kia Brisbon 10, Marisa Runyon 15, Ashley Turner 8

•  WEST FLORENCE (38) – Kendall Corbin 2, Lacey Tyner 8, Mercedes White 1, Aujuana Scudder 6, India Brown 2, Sharon Wilson 2, Shaleeka Taylor 9, Maya Jackson 8

Carolina Forest101481244
W. Florence10481638

• 3-point goals: Carolina Forest 3 (Runyon 2, Brisbon 1), West Florence 2 (Tyner 2). Team fouls: Carolina Forest 14, West Florence 18. Fouled out: Turner (Carolina Forest) Scudder (West Florence). Technical fouls: None.

• Records: Carolina Forest 6-14 (3-3 Region VI-AAAA), West Florence 11-6 (1-4)

• Myrtle Beach 28, (at) Socastee 24 | The Seahawks were 14 of 22 from the free-throw line as they beat the Braves for the second time this season.

•  MYRTLE BEACH (28) – Nia Sumpter 8, Nakia Black 9, Kiana Adderton 6, Tasha Chestnut 1, Christiana Myers 2, Tanisha Brown 2

•  SOCASTEE (24) – Blake Smith 10, Sasay Grant 2, Madison Lowe 2, Sierrah McCarthy 1, Kirstin Zanardo 9

Myrtle Beach7513328
Socastee279624

• 3-point goals: None. Team fouls: Myrtle Beach 12, Socastee 16. Fouled out: Grant. Technical fouls: None.

• Records: Socastee 13-8 (4-3 Region VII-AAA), Myrtle Beach 5-2 Region VII-AAA

• North Myrtle Beach 68, (at) Wilson 54 | Taylor Allman had 25 points, Ja’Quella Livingston added 12 points and 15 rebounds, and India Farmer had 10 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Chiefs.

•  NORTH MYRTLE BEACH (68) – Ja’Quella Livingston 12, Marci Chestnut 7, Taylor Allman 25, Taylor White 2, India Farmer 10, Hannah McIntyre 2, Ingrid Edge 2, Ronshella Dewitt 6

•  WILSON (54) – Bryanna Goodson 17, Jasmyn Burch 15, Nigeria White 11, Kentrice Cameron 4, Amanda Barr 3, Mallory Gainey 2, Vyman Mungo 2

NMB2213122168
Wilson810191754

• 3-point goals: North Myrtle Beach 2 (Allman 2), Wilson 7 (Goodson 3, Burch 1, White 3). Team fouls: North Myrtle Beach 12, Wilson 16. Fouled out: None. Technical fouls: None.

• Records: North Myrtle Beach 19-2 (7-0 Region VII-AAA)

• (At) Timmonsville 59, Carvers Bay 43 | Desaree Green had 18 points and Zaria Blain had 16 points, including five 3-pointers, but the Bears came up short.

•  CARVERS BAY (46) – Jasmine Eaddy 4, Jasmine Cobb 4, Desaree Green 18, Robertson 4, Zaria Blain 16

•  TIMMONSVILLE (59) – J. Gee 6, S. Eli 30, A. Woods 3, M. Wright 12, S. Wright 1, A. Brown 7

Carvers Bay89151446
Timmonsville208171459

• 3-point goals: Carvers Bay 5 (Blain 5), Timmonsville 8 (Eli 3, Woods 1, M. Wright 4). Team fouls: Carvers Bay 12, Timmonsville 10. Fouled out: None. Technical fouls: None.

• Records: Carvers Bay 8-7 (3-4 Region VIII-A), Timmonsville 7-0 Region VIII-A

CCU Women’s lacrosse

When the inaugural Big South preseason poll came out, the Chanticleers were picked to finish sixth in the first-year of the sports existence in the Big South.

High Point has been chosen as the favorite out of the eight team conference. Joining Coastal and High Point is Davidson, Longwood, Winthrop, Liberty, Presbyterian and Campbell.

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