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The junior standout picked up where she left off in Friday's season opener against visiting Hunter Huss, hitting the trey and scoring a game-high 24 points as the CHS girls prevailed 60-31.
He was elated, but a long season, one complete with his second Class AAA state championship, had taken its toll.
File photo Bluffton High point guard B.J. Hill drives to the basket in a region game last season against Colleton County.
The Whale Branch Early College High School boys basketball team absorbed its wounds during a physical home game Saturday with rival Battery Creek High School and emerged with a 47-44 victory.
Mauldin freshman Tay Mangle had a game-high 23 points, but his Mavericks fell, 90-55, to the explosive offense of arch-rival Hillcrest on Friday night.
Emerald's Kelvis Louden soars in for a layup during the second quarter Friday night against Abbeville.
The Mighty Griffins of Fairfield Central will play in their second straight state championship game tonight at Benedict College in Columbia.
Nation Ford – Jessie Raniszewski 9, Brooklyn Bailey 7, Taylor Yarborough 6, Chynna Crawford 5, Sydney Adams 4, Ryan Richardson 3, Dani Shaddix 2, Haley Fulton 2, Alixis Roccia 1. Marvin Ridge – Jamie Ellis 11, Madsyon Griffin 11, Melissa Sepulveda 8, Melissa Blatnik 8, Juliana Bass 5, Casey Bingham 3. 3 – pointers: Nation Ford ... (more)
Thomas Heyward Academy 41, Beaufort Academy 27: Alayna DeLong and Ellie Bryan scored 13 points apiece to lead the Thomas Heyward Academy girls basketball team to a 41-27 victory Thursday night over Beaufort Academy in the Warhawk Classic in Walterboro.
In its 29th year of honoring the nation's best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company, in collaboration with USA TODAY High School Sports, today announced Shuler Bentley of James F. Byrnes High School as its 2013-14 Gatorade South Carolina Football Player of the Year.
Freshman Kendall Smith sank three 3-pointers and scored 11 in the first quarter Tuesday night to push the Hilton Head Prep girls basketball team to an early 15-5 lead, and the Dolphins would go on to defeat Bible Baptist, 34-23, for their first victory in more than a year.
A perfect night at the free throw line helped Wren turn back an Easley rally in a 69-59 Hurricane win Tuesday night.