BRIEFLY

Thursday’s area sports briefs

From staff reportsMarch 14, 2013 

Grace Barnett won three individual events – the 800-, 1,600-, and 3,200-meter dashes – to lead the Waccamaw girls track and field team to a win in the Georgetown County Quad Championships.

On the boys side, Robert Jones swept the same events, but the Warriors had to settle for second behind Carvers Bay.

Jaleel Filmore won both the 100- and 400-meter hurdles and Lewis Morant won both the 100 and 200 meters to lead the Bears.

• Team scores: Carvers Bay 107, Waccamaw 58, Georgetown 24, Andrews 21

• 100 – Morant (C) 11.03; 200 – Morant (C) 23.39; 400 – Sherman (W) 52.2; 800 – Jones (W) 2.14; 1,600 – Jones (W) 4.59; 3,200 – Jones (W) 12.11; 100 hurdles – Filmore (A) 16.2; 400 hurdles – Filmore (A) 1.01; 400 relay – Carvers Bay 45.05; 1,600 relay – Waccamaw 3.40; 3,200 relay –Carvers Bay 9.17; Shot put – Pringle (C) 42.3; Discus – Robinson (C) 1.01; Long jump – Sumpter (C) 19.7; Triple jump – Sumpter (C) 40.11.

•  Team scores: Waccamaw 76, Carvers Bay 57, Georgetown 51, Andrews 21

• 100 – Richardson (G) 12.86; 200 – Richardson (G) 27.18; 400 – Wragg (A) 103.2; 800 – Barnett (W) 2.33; 1,600 – Barnett (W) 5.32; 3,200 – Barnett (W) 13.20; 100 hurdles – Gardner (G) 16.69; 400 hurdles – Greene (W) 114.3; 400 relay – Andrews 51.96; 1,600 relay – Carvers Bay 4.26; 3,200 relay –Waccamaw 10.45; Shot put – Thompson (W) 31.8; Discus – Hight (W) 84.3; Long jump – Groove (G) 14.1; Triple jump – Hight (W) 27.10; High jump – Greene (C) 4.11.

High school baseball

•  (At) Waccamaw 12, Loris 11 | The Warriors drove in 11 runs in the bottom of the seventh to rally.

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• W–Cole Cook (1-0). L–Tanner Chock. S–Zach Sparaco (1). Top hitters – Loris: Watts 2-3 2 runs 2 RBIs. Waccamaw: Justin Colgrove 3-4 2 2Bs 2 runs RBI, Jordan Hoeweler 2-3 3 runs.

Records – Waccamaw: (5-4, 1-0)

High school softball

•  (At) Waccamaw 4, Loris 2 | Riley Morris had a game-winning two-run single and McKenzie Lugin closed the door on the mound, striking out four in two hitless innings to lead the Warriors.

Callie Cox went 1-for-3 with a double in the loss.

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• W–Hallie Butler (4-1). L–Alex Faircloth. S–McKenzie Lugin (1). Top hitters – Loris: Callie Cox 1-3 2B, Alex Faircloth 1-3 run, Ryneshia Bellamy 1-3 RBI 2B. Waccamaw: Emily Heimberger 2-4 RBI run, Riley Morris 1-3 2 runs, Leah Boghosian 2-3 2 runs, McKenzie Lugin 1-3 RBI.

Records – Waccamaw: (6-2, 1-0)

High school boys golf

•  Dijay Mishra earned medalist honors with a 2-over 38, but the Chiefs fell to the Tigers.

Team scores – Conway 168, North Myrtle Beach 171

TEAM A 00 – Travis Gunter 40, Will Ray 40, J.J. Stanley 41, Travis King 48.

TEAM B 00 – Dijay Mishra 38, Daniel Graves 40, Clark McIntyre 46, Bailey Phillips 47.

Course – Eagle Nest. Par – 36.

High school boys tennis

• (At) St. James 5, Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach 2 | The Sharks (4-2) got a win over the Saints.

• Singles – Jeffrey Dayton (S) d. Allen Butler 6-0, 6-0; Kendall Henry (C) d. Crit Gore 6-1, 6-3; Kyle Burkhart (S) d. Lawrence Conner 6-3, 6-1; Tyler Underwood (C) d. Thomas Leonard 6-4, 6-3; Hayden Zemke (S) d. Paul Jame 6-2, 6-3.

• Doubles – Dayton/Burkhart (S) d. Butler/Henry 6-1, 6-0; Andrew Fickland/Conner Young (S) d. Tyler Bass/Spencer Underwood 6-3, 6-3.

• (At) Lowcountry Prep 5, Marlboro Academy 4 | The Fighting Marlins eked out a win Wednesday.

•  Singles: Thomas DesChaps (Lowcountry) def. Eli Raybon 6-2, 6-0; Cutter Boyles (Marlboro) def. Davis Eddy 6-0, 6-4; Tristen Harrison (Marlboro) def. Lydon Manning 6-4, 6-1; Hampton Peace (Lowcountry) def. Lane Stromberg 6-1, 6-4; Christian Trotter (Lowcountry) def. Chris Sweeny 6-1, 6-1; Mayank Patel (Lowcountry) def. Walker Jones 6-0, 6-0

•  Doubles: Raybon/Boyles (Marlboro) def. DesChamps/Eddy 8-5; Harrison/Stromberg (Marlboro) def. Manning/Peace 8-3; Trotter/Patel (Lowcountry) def. Sweeny/Jones 8-0

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