BRIEFLY

Friday’s area sports briefs

From staff reportsFebruary 1, 2013 

— Reggie Bonner took command on Friday.

In the Tigers’ fifth game this season that has gone into overtime, Bonner scored eight of the team’s nine points in the extra frame and the senior forward hit two clutch free throws with eight seconds left to seal Conway’s 71-68 Region VI-AAAA overtime victory. West Florence’s Kelso Wright missed a shot as the buzzer sounded in overtime.

Bonner finished with a 26-point, 13-rebound double-double to go along with five assists to pace the Tigers. Kahmil Cooper produced 20 points and Malcolm Green grabbed 11 rebounds to go along with his two points.

•  WEST FLORENCE (68) – Wright 13, Moses 11, Ellis 8, Durrand 6, Bostic 5, Casey 4, Cummings 15, D. Driggers 6.

•  CONWAY (71) – Jahlen Hennigan 9, Christian Jeffords 4, Malcolm Green 2, Kahmil Cooper 20, Reggie Bonner 26, Bryan Edwards 10.

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Conway1123217971

• 3-point goals: W. Florence 3 (Wright, Ellis, Cummings); Conway 6 (Hennigan, Jeffords, Cooper 4). Team fouls: W. Florence 20, Conway 13. Fouled out: None. Technical fouls: None.

• Records: W. Florence N/A, 3-3 Region VI-AAAA Conway 12-7, 4-2 Region VI-AAAA

High school boys basketball

•  ( At) North Myrtle Beach 51, Georgetown 48 | The Chiefs still stand alone atop the Region VII-AAA standings following a win over Georgetown.

Jaquan Grissett had a game-high 20 points and Josh Lindsey added 15 for the Chiefs, who were outscored 28-12 inside the paint.

The Bulldogs were paced by AJ Walker’s 12 points; Dae’Quan Gibson had an off-game, going 4-for-17 from the field for 11 points, and Charlie McGirt nearly had a double-double with 11 rebounds and eight points. Georgetown fell to 4-4 in the region and are now tied with St. James – which fell to Myrtle Beach 55-40 – while the Seahawks gained some ground, improving to 5-3 in the region.

•  GEORGETOWN (48) – AJ Walker 12, Anthony Blair 2, Charlie McGirt 8, Dae’Quan Gibson 11, Stepfon Cuttino 10, Eddie Anderson 2, Leslie Chen 3.

•  NORTH MYRTLE BEACH (51) – Jahlen Livingston 2, Josh Lindsey 15, Jaquan Grissett 20, Matt Lindsey 7, Forrest Vereen 7.

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• 3-point goals: Georgetown 3 (Cuttino 2, Chen); NMB 5 (J. Lindsey 3, Grissett, M. Lindsey). Team fouls: Georgetown 20, NMB 13. Fouled out: NMB–Marshawn Scott. Technical fouls: None.

• Records: Georgetown (13-9, 4-4 Region VI-AAA), North Myrtle Beach (16-6, 6-2 Region VI-AAA).

•  Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach 83, (at) Calvary Christian 64 | Kendall Henry had a 19-point, 10-rebound double-double, Austin Guyton scored a game-high 20 points, and Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach rolled past Calvary Christian.

Bernard Jones contributed 18 points, five rebounds, five assists and four steals for the Saints.

•  CAMB (83) – Josh Lang 4, Austin Guyton 20, Max Smith 6, Bernard Jones 18, Cole Gore 9, Garrett Richards 7, Kendall Henry 19.

•  CALVARY CHRISTIAN (64) – Micah Fields 17, Bryan Fields 8, Jordan Fields 18, Jordan Simon 2, Zach Territ 13, Grayson Carter 6.

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• 3-point goals: CAMB 5 (Guyton 2, Jones 2, Gore); Calvary 7 (M. Fields 3, J. Fields 2, Territ 2). Team fouls: CAMB 14, Calvary 17. Fouled out: None. Technical fouls: CAMB–Bench.

• Records: CAMB (18-5, 3-0 SCISA IV-A), Calvary Christian N/A.

•  Cathedral Academy 67, (at) Lowcountry Prep 54 | Tristan Teems had a 29-point, 19-rebound double-double, and Thomas Deschamps had 10 assists to go along with four points, but Lowcountry Prep fell to Cathedral Academy.

•  CATHEDRAL ACADEMY (67) – Niko Brace 4, Christian Rodgers 7, Ryan Caldwell 2, Mitchell Corwin 17, Drew Murray 30, Troy Gross 5, Tyler Williams 2.

•  LOWCOUNTRY PREP (54) – Lydon Manning 3, Tristan Teems 29, Thomas Deschamps 4, Davis Eddy 2, Hampton Piece 8, Shan Deeter 8.

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Lowcountry1215111654

• 3-point goals: Cathedral 9 (Rodgers, Corwin 3, Murray 5); Lowcountry 1 (Teems). Team fouls: Cathedral 17, Lowcountry 26. Fouled out: Deschamps, Deeter. Technical fouls: None.

• Records: Cathedral 11-5, Lowcountry 3-14

•  (At) Aynor 53, Waccamaw 44 | Christian Buie had 16 points and 12 rebounds and Brandon Young added 10 rebounds to lead the Blue Jackets.

•  WACCAMAW (44) – A. Williams 18, R. Alston 1, R. Ferraro 16, N. Fisher 5, J. Dwyer 2, C. Pulley 2

•  AYNOR (53) – G. Herrington 6, B. Young 3, H. Windham 10, R. Smith 4, C. Brown 11, Z. Jenerette 3, C. Buie 16

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Aynor68142553

• 3-point goals: Waccamaw 5 (Williams 4, Ferraro 1), Aynor 3 (Herrington 2, Windham 1). Team fouls: Waccamaw 23, Aynor 16. Fouled out: Windham (Aynor). Technical fouls: Windham (Aynor).

•  (At) Myrtle Beach 55, St. James 40 | Wayne Vereen scored 22 as the Seahawks coasted to a victory over the Sharks.

• ST. JAMES (40) – Tyrell Dukes 2, Brooks Hurston 2, Caleb Duggan 13, Nehemiah Stafford 3, Jackson Hurston 2, Heywood Brandon 8, Matt Strange 10.

•  MYRTLE BEACH (55) – Graham Vaughn 4, Nolin Butler 10, Mason Lewis 8, Wayne Vereen 22, Brooks Swanson 2, Tyrone Cooper 2, Soloman Cooper 7.

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Myrtle Beach615122255

• 3-point goals: St. James 1 (Duggan); Myrtle Beach 4 (Vereen). Team fouls: St. James 25, Myrtle Beach 20. Fouled out: Brandon, Holmes. Technical fouls: St. James Bench.

• Records: St. James (14-8, 4-4), Myrtle Beach (12-10, 5-3)

•  (At) Scott’s Branch 84, Carvers Bay 79 | Da’Shaun Aiken scored 31 points for the Bears in a losing effort.

•  CARVERS BAY (79) – Walter Linnen 4, Shayton Durrand 22, Shaquan Durrand 4, Da’Shaun Aiken 31, Nigel Gamble 1, Darius Williams 16.

•  SCOTT’S BRANCH (84) – Trayvon Riley 22, Treshaun Jones 10, Gavin Brailsfort 10, Jamal Ingram 2, Quantavious Brown 11, Tyquan Kennedy 5, Mel House 13, Raquan Georgia 11.

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• 3-point goals: Carvers Bay 5 (Aiken 5); Scott’s Branch 2 (Brown, Kennedy). Team fouls: Carvers Bay 18, Scotts Branch 20. Fouled out: House. Technical fouls: None.

High school girls basketball

•  West Florence 55, (at) Conway 42 | Maya Jackson produced 28 points and Destinee Walker scored 15 as the Knights took down the Tigers.

•  WEST FLORENCE (55) – Destinee Walker 15, Lacy 2, Taylor 8, Maya Jackson 28, Studder 2.

•  CONWAY (42) – Ashiera Williams 11, Zakera Chadman 8, Lashonda Greene 5, Jenicia Hemingway 7, Brianna Steele 5, Tiara Spain 4, India Vereen 2.

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Conway97101642

• 3-point goals: West Florence 1 (Walker); Conway 1 (Williams). Team fouls: West Florence 15, Conway 12. Fouled out: None. Technical fouls: None.

•  Sumter 56, (at) Carolina Forest 41 | Ashleigh Turner and Marisa Runyon combined for 33 points, but it wasn’t enough as the Gamecocks picked up the win.

•  SUMTER (56) – S. Brown 12, T. Burgess 21, K. Kennedy 2, J. Sorrells 2, C. Hithe 11, J. Harris 1, N’dea Kennedy 4, C. Cooper 3.

•  CAROLINA FOREST (41) – Ashley Cole 1, Cristina Wright 2, Kia Brisbon 5, Marissa Runyon 12, Ashleigh Turner 21.

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• 3-point goals: Sumter 7 (Brown 3, Burgess, Hithe 3); Carolina Forest 4 (Runyon 4). Team fouls: Sumter 20, Carolina Forest 18. Fouled out: Wright. Technical fouls: None.

• Records: Sumter 17-4, 7-0; Carolina Forest 6-15, 3-4

•  (At) Socastee 43, Wilson 32 | Blake Smith had a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds as the Braves rolled over Wilson.

•  WILSON (32) – Bryanna Goodson 10, Jasmine Birch 9, Nigeria White 9, Amanda Barr 4.

•  SOCASTEE(43) – Blake Smith 13, Megan Harrelson 2, Kira Bell 6, Sydney Wortham 2, Madison Lowe 5, Sierrah McCarthy 9, Kirsten Zanardo 6.

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Socastee916513

• 3-point goals: Wilson 1 (Goodson); Socastee 2 (McCarthy, Zanardo). Team fouls: Wilson 15, Socastee 9. Fouled out: None. Technical fouls: Gainey.

• Records: Socastee (14-8, 5-3)

CCU men’s tennis

• (At) UNC Greensboro 5, Coastal Carolina 2 | Yusuke Kusada and Ted Nilsson won at Nos. 1 and 2 singles, respectively, but the Chanticleers fell to 0-2 on the season.

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