Wednesday’s area sports briefs

From staff reportsApril 11, 2013 

High school baseball

•  (At) Georgetown 3, Waccamaw 1| The Bulldogs had a strong third inning to pick up the win over the Warriors.

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• W–Ryan Williams (2-2). L–Jalen Simmons (0-1). S–Hunter Graham (1). Top hitters – Georgetown: Riley Jordan 1-2, Woody Woodall 2-3, Ryan Holcomb 2-3.

Records – Georgetown 9-12

High school softball

•  Carolina Forest 5, (at) North Myrtle Beach 0 | Kyleigha Mackenna went 3-for-3 as the Panthers got the win in a late-scoring game over the rival Chiefs.

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• W–Emily Merriam (13-1). L–Taylor Hansis. Top hitters – Carolina Forest: Angela Santoro 2-4, Marisa Runion 2-4, Kyleigha Mackenna 3-3. North Myrtle Beach: Cheyenne Roberts 1-3, 2B

Records – North Myrtle Beach: 5-9; Carolina Forest 18-1

(At) Socastee 10, Conway 2 | Eight-grader Hailey LeDuc was perfect at the plate with two RBIs and a two-run home run in the bottom of the sixth as the Braves got the win over the Tigers.

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• W–Mallorie Roesing (2-1). L–B. Devson. Top hitters – Conway: K. Edwards 2-4, 2 2Bs, N. Hemingway 1-2, run, B. Devson 1-3, run, 2 RBIs, HR. Socastee: Maria Paparella 1-2, 2 runs, Madison Lowe 3-4, 2 RBIs, 2 runs, Kibibi Thorsen 3-4, 2 RBIs, Hailey LeDuc 1-1, HR, 2 RBIs, Quin Gammon 1-2, 2B.

Records – Conway: (9-9); Socastee: (12-8, 5-2)

•  Waccamaw 13, (at) Timberland 1 | Hallie Butler pitched a complete game and plated five RBIs to lead Waccamaw over Timberland on the road.

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• W–Hallie Butler (10-2). L–M. Gaskins. Top hitters – Waccamaw: Butler 4-for-4 with a triple, two doubles and five RBI.; McKenzie Lugin 3-for-4 with a triple and two RBI; Emily Heimberger 2-for-3 with three runs scored. Timberland: Gaskins 2-for-2 with a double.

Records – Waccamaw 19-3.

High school boys tennis

•  (At) Marion 6, Dillon 1 | The Swamp Foxes dropped just one game to the Wildcats but came out on top with a win.

Singles – Tyler Williams (M) d. Jacob Stagg 6-4, 6-2; Matt Williams (M) d. Darryl Miller 6-1, 7-5; Carlton Graham (D) d. Zi Huang 6-3, 6-7, 7-5, 12-10; Anunay Pulukuri (M) d. Jonta Washington 6-0, 6-2; Justin Turner (M) d. Eriq Bruce 6-1, 6-1.

Doubles – Williams/Williams (M) d. Stagg/Miller 6-4, 4-6, 10-6; Brandon Sanders/Gabriel Thomas (M) d. Myers Hamer/Qy’darrius McEachern 6-4, 6-4.

Records – Marion: 6-3

High school boys track

•  St. James 112, Myrtle Beach 91, Socastee 48, Lincoln 23, North Myrtle Beach 20 | St. James took first in multiple events to get the win in a five-team meet hosted by Socastee High School.

100 – Butler (M) 11.25; 200 – Butler (M) 23.18; 400 – Montgomery (M) 53.71; 800 – Morrison (S) 2.10; 1,600 – Morrison (S) 4.54; 3,200 – Krier (S) 10.36; 100 hurdles – Mitchell (M) 17.66; 400 hurdles – Deible (S) 1.386; 400 relay – St. James 47.81; 1,600 relay – St. James 3.45; 3,200 relay – St. James 9.41; Shot put – Brown (S) 45.1; Discus – Brown (S) 123.10; Long jump – Black (M) 18.3; Triple jump – Tum (S) 36.2; High jump – Green (M) 5.2.

High school girls track

•  North Myrtle Beach 134, St. James 73, Socastee 45, Myrtle Beach 44, Lincoln 6 | North Myrtle Beach came away with a strong victory in a five-team meet.

100 – Schooner (N) 13.12; 200 – Bradley (STJ) 28.36; 400 – Williams (N) 1.6; 800 – Glover (STJ) 2.40; 1,600 – Cunningham (STJ) 6.00; 3,200 – Dudley (S) 13.9; 100 hurdles – Edge (N) 17.34; 400 hurdles – Schooner (N) 1.14.1; 800 relay – North Myrtle Beach 54.56; 1,600 relay – Myrtle Beach 4.42; 3,200 relay – Socastee 11.4; Shot put – Green (N) 27.8; Discus – Pena (M) 63.2; Long jump – Livingston (N) 15.4; Triple jump – Leonard (N) 31.6; High jump – Leonard (N) 5.0.

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