- WBK: Gonzaga 79 – PC 39… Last Saturday night the Lady Blue Hose basketball team traveled out to Spokane, Washington to take on the lady Bulldogs of Gonzaga… I have a feeling they must have been suffering at least just a little for jet-lag as Gonzaga took a 79-39 win… Cortney Storey led PC with 14 points… For more information on this game, click here…. The team will now take a break for exams and return to action on December 15 when they travel to UNCG.
- Men Travel to Tennessee Tonight… The Presbyterian College men’s basketball team travels to SEC opponent Tennessee tonight for a 7 pm with the Volunteers. The contest will be broadcast on-line at the SEC Network… Check it out!!
- Coach Liner and Six Raiders Headline the Region II-AAAAA All-Region Team… The Region II-AAAAA All-Region Team, Player of the Year and Coach of the Year were announced yesterday… The Region Campion Laurens Raiders were well represented on the team as they place 6 players on the squad and Coach Chris Liner was selected as the Coach of the Year… Jalen Walker, Hunter Medlin, Summie Carlay, DQ Floyd, Taviar Hill and Braylen McBeth were the Raiders who made the team… The only other team to place 6 players on the squad was Greenwood… Dre Harris of Mauldin was selected as the Region Player of the Year… If you would like to see the entire All-Region Team selections click on the following: 2016-region-ii-aaaaa-all-region-football-selections… Congratulations to Coach Liner and these Raiders for their selections!!
Middle School Basketball:
Clinton Middle School White at Hickory Tavern…
- Girls: HT 30 – CMS-W 16… In the first game last night at HT, the home standing Panthers broke open a close game in the third quarter and went on to take a 30-16 win over the White Wildcats of CMS… The score was close all through the first half with HT leading by 1 (13-12) at the half… The Panthers broke the game open in the third quarter when they outscored the Wildcats 9-0… Sandajah Vance and Raniya Jackson let the Panthers with 14 & 12 points respectively… Hanna Wiles had 4 points for the Panthers… The Wildcats were led in scoring by DeShunti Watts who had 10 points… Others scoring for CMS were Addison Easter with 3, Shamiyn Noel 2 and Maya Smith 1.
- Boys: CMS-W 29 – HT 27… In boys’ action, the White Wildcats took a come from behind 29-27 win over the Panthers… HT led at the end of each of the first three quarters of play and had a 22-16 going into the final 6 minutes of play… The Wildcats took the lead 25-24 with 2:19 to play in the game and then hit free throws down the stretch… The panthers had one last chance to tie the game as they had a one and one free throw attempt with 0.3 seconds left but missed the front end to seal their fate… Nic Williams led the Wildcats with a game-high 13 points… Davis Wilson chipped in 6 points while Jack Carroll had 5, Danny Belton 4 and Tyiah Croft 2 to round out the scoring for the Wildcats… The Panthers were led by three players who each scored 5 points… They were Carson Carroll, Thomas Willis and Zack Samples… Others scoring for the Panthers were Collin Gambrell and Josh Cureton with 4 each and with 2 each were Preston Mahon and Blake Nelson.
Wright MS at Sanders… The Yellow Jackets hosted the Bulldogs last night.
- Boys: Wright 42 – Sanders 39… In boys’ action last night Bulldogs took a 42-39 win over the Yellow Jackets but they did not take the win easily… Sanders got off to a slow start and trailed 22-10 at the half and made a valiant effort in the second half but the hole they were in at the half was just too deep to get out of… Shamare Dendy led the Yellow Jackets with 11 points and jay Cheeks chipped in9 and Zac Rice 8.
- Girls: Wright 28 – Sanders 3… Sorry no other details.
Gray Court-Owings at Mid-Carolina MS…. Last Thursday the GCO Tigers traveled to Prosperity to take on the Rebels of Mid-Carolina MS.
- Boys: MC 48 – GCO 31… In boys’ action, the game was close for 3 quarters but in the fourth quarter the Rebels outscored the Tigers 16-5 to take a 48-31 win…. No other details
- Girls: MC 35 – GCO 15… Sorry no other details.
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