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The Sumter girls basketball team got an up-close-and-personal look at a McDonald’s All-American on Monday, and it was not a pretty sight.
During Friday night’s second-rouind Class 4A girls playoff game against Goose Creek, Dutch Fork’s Alaina Coates showed why she was named to the McDonald’s All-America game this week.
Dutch Fork star Alaina Coates is the only Midlands/South Carolina player selected to play in the McDonald's All-America Game in Chicago, Coates and 17 other Midlands standouts named to all-state teams.
Top-ranked Irmo, Spring Valley and Keenan host first round games, but the Lexington vs. Ridge View game is in the Midlands spotlight.
The top-ranked Silver Foxes carry a 35-game winning streak in the Class 4A playoffs.
Things get serious with Tuesday openers for 4A girls, 3A boys, 2A girls and 1A boys.
Here are the final region basketball standings for the 2012-13 season in the Midlands. The SCHSL state playoffs begin on Monday, Feb. 11, while SCISA postseason play starts on Saturday, Feb. 16.
The (boys) race that seemingly nobody wants to win concludes on Thursday. Lexington and Aiken have recently blown chanches to take charge, opening the door for North Augusta.
Records reflect games played through Feb. 2.
The Silver Foxes prevail at Aiken thanks to clutch free-throw shooting by Ky’Aire Daniels.
Dutch Fork make a move into playoff contention in the wide-open, unpredictable boys race.
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