Monday’s high school roundup

November 26, 2012 

— Junior Adonis Williams had a game-high 22 points, and sophomore Rob Ferraro added 17 as the Class AA Waccamaw boys basketball team knocked off Class AAA Socastee 64-60 on Monday.

“Basically they did everything we asked them to do in practice,” Warriors coach Mike Quinn said of his team. “They played smart, hard, and they played together on both ends of the floor. There’s no doubt that those three compenents worked together for a total team effort. I’m very proud of the intensity tonight on both ends of the floor for 32 minutes. And we hope to continute this momentum for the rest of our season.”

Matt Fisher added six points and six rebounds, and Stephon Funnye had seven points and four assists for Waccamaw.

Zach O’Hanesty had a team-high 13 points for the Braves, and Erick Mortel added 10.

•  WACCAMAW (64) – Adonis Williams 22, Rob Ferraro 17, Noah Gulley 9, Stephon Funnye 7, Matt Fisher 6, Jack Dwyer 3.

•  SOCASTEE (60) – Zach O’Hanesty 13, Erick Mortel 10, Finn Melko 8, Will Caswell 8, Dylan Thompson 8, Adarius McCray 7, Dante Moore 2, Dakota Morgan 2, Zack Brooks 2.

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• 3-point goals: Waccamaw 4 (Williams 3, Funnye 1); Socastee 6 (Mortel 2, O’Hanesty 1, McCray 1, Caswell 2). Team fouls: Waccamaw 16, Socastee 25. Fouled out: Mortel. Technical fouls: None.

• Records: Waccamaw 1-2, Socastee N/A.

Boys basketball

•  Christian Academy 68, (at) Conway Christian 30 | Kendall Henry had 15 points to go along with eight rebounds and eight steals to lead Christian Academy past Conway Christian.

•  CHRISTIAN ACADEMY (68) – Bernard Jones 16, Kendall Henry 15, Max Smith 1, Austin Guyton 8, Cole Gore 4, Garrett Richards 12, Matt Doria 6, Josh Lang 6.

•  CONWAY CHRISTIAN (30) – D. Faircloth 5, W. Kosin 3, H. Brown 2, R. McCormick 5, B. Hucks 2, M. Vigari 8, J. Antley 5.

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• 3-point goals: Christian Academy 6 (Jones 2, Henry 1, Guyton 1, Lang 2); Conway (Kosin 1, Antley 1). Team fouls: Christian Academy 15, Conway Christian 14. Fouled out: None. Technical fouls: McCormick.

• Records: Christian Academy 5-0, Conway Christian 0-5.

Girls basketball

•  (At) Socastee 69, Waccamaw 20 | Kirstin Zanardo scored a game-high 21 points to lead four Braves in double-digit scoring as Socastee rolled past the Warriors.

Kira Bell had 12 points and six steals, and Megan Harrelson and Sydney Wortham had 10 points each for the Braves.

•  WACCAMAW (20) – Kayla Boyd 1, Jess Freedom 3, Rachel Thornton 2, Madison Bass 2, Mary Tyler 4, Janae Rice 6, Jamaica Alston 2.

•  SOCASTEE (69) – Megan Harrelson 10, Heather Kyker 3, Sadreona Grant 4, Kira Bell 12, Sydney Wortham 10, Madison Lowe 6, Nia Angelo 3, Kirstin Zanardo 21.

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• 3-point goals: Waccamaw (None); Socastee (Zanardo 3). Team fouls: Waccamaw 15, Socastee 16. Fouled out: None. Technical fouls: None.

• Records: Waccamaw 0-4, Socastee 2-2

• Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach 47, (at) Conway Christian 22 | Mary Chandler Butler had 17 points, 10 rebounds, 10 steals and six assists, and Simi Oduwole added 12 points, 23 rebounds and three steals as the Saints rolled.

Caroline Gore had eight points, 10 rebounds and five steals, and Teetee Jones added eight points, five rebounds and five assists for Christian Academy.

•  CAMB (47) – Caroline Gore 8, Simi Oduwole 12, Mary Chandler Butler 17, Teetee Jones 8, Tori Burk

•  CONWAY CHRISTIAN (22) – N/A

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• 3-point goals: Team fouls: Christian Academy 11, Conway Christian 14. Fouled out: None. Technical fouls: None.

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