MARION, S.C. -- Region 6-3A named Marion's Leon Johnson and Crasten Davis as its boys' and girls' coaches of the year.

Cheraw's Marshall Myers is the boys' region player of the year, and Dillon's Jykya Bell was recognized as the region's top girls' player.


 

BOYS

First Team Local Players

Marshall Myers (Cheraw); T.J. Sanders (Marion); Malik Hailey (Lake City); Mac Washington (Marion).

Second Team Local Players

E.J. McClam (Lake City); Hilshon Bailey (Lake City); Brennen Reaves (Dillon); A.J. Vaught (Marion); Jonathan Gordon (Cheraw); Devin Gillespie (Cheraw);Saequan McCullough (Marion).

GIRLS

First Team Local Players

Jykya Bell (Dillon); Mariah Moody (Marion); Keyla Britt (Marion), Kimmie Barnes (Marion), Shantazia Gordon (Dillon); Jada Dickson (Lake City); Amber Boan (Cheraw).

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Johnsonville's Avant,

EC's Calvin honored

Region 7-2A honored Johnsonville's Harris Avant as its boys' basketball coach of the year, and East Clarendon's Tyjhai Calvin is its top boys' player.


 

BOYS

First Team Local Players

Tyjhai Calvin (East Clarendon), Quez Lewis (Johnsonville), Jy Deas (Carvers Bay), C.J. Gilchrist (Mullins), Cyrus Ellison (Hannah-Pamplico), Trevon Miles (Latta), N'Chez Alston (Kingstree).

                                                                           Second Team Local Players

Savion Graves (Johnsonville), Kherius Cross (Mullins), Tevon Young (Carvers Bay), Marquis Pearson (East Clarendon).

Third Team Local Players

Keyon Wilson (East Clarendon), Rashwn Moore (Johnsonville), Tyler Sanivil (Mullins).

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 GIRLS' BASKETBALL

Andrew Jackson 45

Lee Central 28

KERSHAW, S.C. — Lee Central's Tashanna Davis scored a team-high nine points.

The Stallions finished second in Region 4-2A.


LC 7 6 10 5— 28

AJ 8 9 14 14— 45

LEE CENTRAL (28)

Charles 2, Rembert 6, Rogers 7, Tashanna Harris 9, Lesane 4.

NEXT GAME: Lee Central will host TBA 

RECORDS: FCS 7-16, 1-7 SCISA Region 3-3A.

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Chesterfield 57

Lewisville 28

RICHBURG, S.C. — Chesterfield's Raeligh Rivers and Briante Lockhart each scored a game-high 13 points.


C 10 16 16 15 — 57

L 6 4 14 4  — 28

CHESTERFIELD (57)

Raeleigh Rivers 13, Shannon 3, Gordon 4, Turnagae 2, Amelia Gainey 10, Kierra Diggs 11, Johnson 1, Briante Lockhart 13.

RECORDS: C 8-12, 3-9 Region 4-2A

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 LATE THURSDAY

BOYS' BASKETBALL

Trinity-Byrnes 64

Orangeburg Prep 48

ORANGEBURG, S.C. — Trinity-Byrnes' Nick Ford scored a game-high 18 points, followed by Jordan Jones with 14.


TRINITY- BYRNES (64)

Saragba 8, McLeod 2, Scott 9, Jordan Jones 14, Nick Ford 18, Ellis 2, Epps 1, Edwards 3, Coletrain 3, Folse 3.

NEXT GAME: TB will play winner of the FCS/WH at SCISA Class 3-3A tournament at Sumter Civic Center at TBA Monday.

RECORDS: TB 19-6, 8-0 SCISA Region 3-3A.

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Wilson Hall 50

Florence Christian 40

SUMTER, S.C. — Florence Christian's Jackson Gray scored a team-high 11 points.


FCS 6 11 10 13 — 40

WH 8 12 12 18 — 50

FLORENCE CHRISTIAN (40)

Jackson Gray 11, Bochette 9, Johnson 7, Gibbs 6, Shelley 3, Kelly 2, Smith 2.

NEXT GAME: FCS will play Wilson Hall in SCISA Region 3-3A playin game at Trinity-Byrnes at 5:30 p.m. Saturday.

RECORDS: FCS 7-16, 1-7 SCISA Region 3-3A.

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Pee Dee Academy 60

Robert E. Lee 35

BISHOPVILLE, S.C. — Pee Dee Academy's Gabe Estes scored a game-high 13 points. Teammate Hudson Spivey added 10.


PEE DEE ACADEMY (60)

Garris 7, Gasque 5, Oakley 9, Caulder 9, Carter 5, Hudson Spivey 10, Weston 9, Gabe Estes 13.

RECORDS: PDA 13-4, 6-3 SCISA Region 4-2A.

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Lake View 62

Dillon Christian 61

LAKE VIEW, S.C. — Lake View's Ja'Correus Ford scored a game-high 28 points.

Dillon Christian's Adam Norman scored a team-high 18.


DCS 18 11 19 13 — 61

LV 19 16 13 14— 62

DILLON CHRISTIAN (61)

Philip Campbell 10, Brewington 5, Bethea 2, Josh Duran 14, Glasgow 8, Adam Norman 18, Bailey 4.

LAKE VIEW (62)

Ja'Correus Ford 28, D.Ford 2, Jiqyale Reaves 11, D.J. Bethea 12, Inman 5, Johnson 8.

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OTHER SCORES: The King's Academy defeated Marlboro Academy 62-47.

 

GIRLS' BASKETBALL

Lake View 51

Dillon Christian 20

LAKE VIEW, S.C. — Lake View's Ja'Niyah Waters scored a game-high 18 points.

Dillon Christian's Grace Dubose scored a team-high 14 points.


DCS 6 7 2 5 — 20

LV 18 10 13 10 — 51

DILLON CHRISTIAN (20)

Collins 3, Britt 2, Grace Dubose 14, Martin 1.

LAKE VIEW (51)

K.Page 4 , ZanDasia McNeil 10, Henburgh 4, Williams 3, G.Page 4, Hamilton 2, Ja'Niyah Waters 18, Nesmith 6.

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Marlboro Academy 52

The King's Academy 43

BENNETTSVILLE, S.C. — Marlboro Academy's Ragan Liles scored a team-high 14 points.

The King's Academy's Audrey Beaton scored a game-high 25 points and grabbed 15 rebounds.


TKA 9 14 5 14— 43

MA 8 17 11 16 — 52

THE KING'S ACADEMY (43)

Audrey Beaton 25, Hoover 8, Eaddy 5, Cooner 5.

MARLBORO ACADEMY (52)

McLaurin 8, M. Liles 7, Sara White 11, Smith 7, Blackmon 2, Walters 2, Ragan Liles 14.

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Orangeburg Prep 48

Trinity-Byrnes 38

ORANGEBURG, S.C. — Trinity- Byrnes' McKenzie Davis and Kinady Pierce each scored a team-high 13 points.


TRINITY- BYRNES (38)

McKenzie Davis 13, Kinady Pierce 13, Tatum 6, Davis 1, Howle 5.

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