Thursday’s area sports briefs

From staff reportsJanuary 31, 2013 

— The Furman women’s tennis team conducted a tennis clinic on Thursday, putting on a show in a 7-1 rout of Coastal Carolina.

Coastal freshman Libby Scott was the only one able to pick up a win over the Paladins. Scott had to bounce back from losing the first game 6-3 to Alex Moreno-Kaste. Scott swept the final two games 6-3, 6-2 for the victory.

The Chants’ Shelby Bates took it to the wire, stretching the match to three games in a close loss to Furman’s Katherine Oudin. The only other close loss Coastal had was in doubles No. 3 when Scott and Dominique De Wit lost to Margaret Boyette and Kelly Sullivan 8-7.

Singles – Lauren Kline (F) d. Alicia Robinson 6-2, 6-2; Katherine Oudin (F) d. Shelby Bates 6-3, 4-6, 6-2; Libby Scott (C) d. Alex Moreno-Kaste 3-6, 6-3, 6-2; Michele Stanford (F) d. Kortney Kowal 6-3, 6-2; Margaret Boyette (F) d. Mikaela Davies 6-4, 6-0; Kelly Sullivan (F) d. Dominique De Wit 6-2, 6-3.

Doubles – Kline/Moreno-Kaste (F) d. Kowal/Davies 8-3; Stanford/Oudin (F) d. Vanessa Ortiz/Bates 8-4; Boyette/Sullivan (F) d. Scott/De Wit 8-7.

High school boys basketball

•  (At) Lowcountry Prep 64, New Prospect Christian 51 | Tristan Teems recorded a triple-double in the Marlins win. Teems finished with a game-high 37 points, 21 rebounds and 11 assists.

Hampton Peace added 17 points for Lowcountry Prep.

Justin Bass led New Prospect Christian with 17 points.

•  NEW PROSPECT CHRISTIAN (51) – Roddy Bailey 7, Justin Bass 17, Jonathan Bass 15, Coby Snell 12

•  LOWCOUNTRY PREP (64) – Tristan Teems 37, Thomas DesChamps 4, Davis Eddy 2, Hampton Peace 17, Mack Winter 2, Shan Deeter 2

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• 3-point goals: New Prospect Christian 4 (Ju. Bass 3, Jo. Bass). Team fouls: New Prospect Christian 19, Lowcountry Prep 22. Fouled out: Lydon Manning (LP). Technical fouls: None.

• Records: New Prospect Christian (0-13), Lowcountry Prep (3-13).

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