South Carolina high school sports results for Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014

February 28, 2014 

HIGH SCHOOLS

Girls basketball

SCISA 2A semifinals

Thomas Sumter Academy 30

Trinity-Byrnes 25

At Sumter

TB: Fuller 6, Harwell 1, McElveen 4, Farrell 4, Fisher 8, Scott 8. TSA: Knudson 20, Long 6, Jenkins 2, Law 2.

Richard Winn Academy 63

Beaufort Academy 22

At Sumter

RWA: Carson Justice 24, Jaycie Johnson 19, Atkerson 7, Stidham 7, Cooke 4, Brigman 2. BA: Miranda Westlake 12, Keane 4, Dyer 4, T O’Regan 2. Rec: RWA 26-1. Source: RWA.

Boys basketball

SCISA 2A semifinals

Charleston Collegiate 89

Thomas Sumter Academy 44

At Sumter

TSA: Robinson 2, Hoge 4, White 4, Smith 4, Stengel 2, Dukes 2, Brunson 5, York 2, Roedl 2, Washington 17. CC: Smalls 14, Jefferson 8, Mata 5, Perry 29, Chadwick 10, Soloman 10, Han 2, Simmons 9.

Boys lacrosse

Spring Valley 13, White Knoll 6

At White Knoll

Goals: (SV) Currey 5, Hogue 4, Armstrong 3, Smith 1; (WK) Williams 4, Smith 1, Allen 1. Saves: (SV) Sears 3; (WK) Brygger 8. Recs: Opener for both. Source: SV.

Boys tennis

Clinton 4, Chapin 3

Singles: Austin MacMillan (Cl) d. Jason Flowers 7-6, 6-2; Isaah MacMillan (Cl) d. Luke Lawton 7-5, 6-2; Robert Powell (Cl) d. Bailey Sawvell 6-3, 6-2; Noah Kosko (Ch) d. Bubba Wyman 6-3, 6-2; Chris Clampitt (Ch) d. Bowen Tiller 6-1, 2-6 (8). Doubles: MacMillan-MacMillan (Cl) d. Flowers Lawton 8-3; Ryan Burton-Gavin Marler (Ch) d. Hastings Stewart-Mac Martin 6-2, 6-4.

Boys soccer

Heathwood Hall 5, Augusta Christian 1

Goals: (HH) J.D. Davis 2, Thomas Barton, John Rothell, Tucker Tuble (AC) Heath Brace. Keeper: (HH) Campbell Paine. Recs: Opener for both. Source: HH.

Boys golf

Team scores: Hammond 161, Heathwood Hall 172, Cardinal Newman 173, Ben Lippen 192, Augusta Christian 196

At Wildewood CC, par:36

Medalists: Andrew Hall (H) 37, Patrick Talledo (CN) 38, Ishaan Vasudeva (HH) 39 HH, Sarah Harrison (AC) 45, David Baxley (BL) 47.

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