High school basketball roundup: Trojans lose after slow start at Boiling Springs

November 30, 2012 

Compiled by Sam Copeland

Jared Wallace scored 12 points and led the Boiling Springs boys to a 53-47 basketball win over Northwestern on Friday night.

The Bulldogs bolted to a 21-9 lead after one period. Northwestern, behind Will Chitwood and Ja’Reg Feely, gradually cut into the lead, but the Bulldogs survived the Northwestern rally to claim the victory.

Northwestern9101513-47
Boiling Springs2191211-53

Northwestern - Sims 3, Clavon 1, Will Chitwood 16, Ja’Reg Feely 15, Ross 9, Sosebee 3.

Boiling Springs - Garrett 8, Jared Wallace 12, Hill 5, Thompson 4, Reed 7, Sanders 7, Sims 6, Bassfield 4.

3-pointers - Northwestern 9 (Chitwood 4, Feely 4, Ross 1), Boiling Springs 6 (Garrett 2, Wallace 1, Hill 1, Sanders 2).

Records- Northwestern (0-6), Boiling Springs (2-0)

Westminster Catawba 70, Westchester 67

A. J. Jackson scored 26 points and led the Indians over Westchester.

The Indians trailed by 5 points entering the last quarter, but they outscored Westchester 24-16 in the final stanza to claim the come-from-behind victory.

Westminster Catawba13112224-70
Westchester22151416-67

Westminster Catawba - Luke Hamrick 14, Brandon Laurencin 11, Casey Fink 6, A. J. Jackson 26, Kyle Nyman 12, Max Dedrick 1.

Westchester - Barno Beca 9, Josh Burton 24, Justice Cantulum 8, Sadeeq Bello 22, Kaynum Mitchen 2, David Auodele 2.

Team Fouls - Westminster Catawba 21, Westchester 14.

Nation Ford 59, Providence 57

The Falcons evened their record for the season at 1-1 with a win over Charlotte Providence.

Nation Ford - B. Cureton 4, N. Turner 5, C. Smith 8, R. Hilton 19, M. Campbell 4, H. Tuipulotu 1, D. McCain 2, J. Sergent 16

Providence - J. Bennett 4, J. Spencer 5, G. Mack 37, J. Davenport 9, J. Parks 2

Nation Ford;10;18;17;14;-;59

Providence;9;15;20;13;-;57

Team fouls - Nation Ford 13, Providence 20.

Fouled out - Parks (Providence).

Records: Naton Ford 1-1, Providence 0-3.

York 73, Chester 56

Daurice Simpson scored 23 points and led the Cougars over the Cyclones.

Deshaw Andrews added 21 points to the winning effort for York.

Chester - Tommy Sanders 9 , John Gore 8, Jamarrus Moore 7, Jarrett Rambert 9, Terrence Morris 4, Quan Caldwell 5, Shyheim Wilson 7, Breon Foster 1, Shaq Hinton 6.

York - Markell Castle 14, Daurice Simpson 23, Matt Ranson 3, K. J. Jones 3, Deshaw Andrews 21, Jerome Pettiway 3, Kaiyon Schrounder 6.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

York 56, Chester 55

Lilasha Derbin drove the length of the floor and scored on a layup in the final twenty seconds to give the Cougars a win over Chester.

Derbin led a trio of York players in double figures with 14 points. Diamond Simpson led the Cyclones with 18 points.

Chester139627-55
York11151416-56

Chester - Shaterrica Mayfield 6, Destiny Isom 3, Shannon Snelgrove 6, Donnesha Crockett 8, Brittnee Stinson 2, Porcelain Goldsborough 6, Terika Sanders 3, Diamond Simpson 18, Stakeria Sanders 3.

York - Hannah Cassell 5, Sarah Latham 2, Alawna Orr 6, Lilasha Derbin 14, Kelondra Lytle 11, Keatra Jamison 6, Jada Mobley-Weeks 2, Carrie Lancaster 10.

3-pointers - Chester 1 (Isom 1), York 2 (Derbin 1, Lytle ). Team fouls - Chester 20, York 21.

Fouled out - Mayfield, T. Sanders (Chester), Latham, Lytle (York)

Records: Chester 1-1, York 2-0

Northwestern 88, Boiling Springs 25

The Trojans raced to a 23-9 lead after one quarter and never looked back.

Cayse Branyon and Aubrianna Thompson led the charge for Northwestern with 18 and 15 points, respectively. The Trojans had 13 players score in the one-sided affair.

Northwestern23262118-88
Boiling Springs93310-25

Northwestern - Ieshia Love 8, Aubriana Thompson 15, Ashley VanBoben 4, Whitney Conner 4, Cayse Branyon 18, Natalie Henderson 5, Na’Kenya Graham 4, Sah’Shay Alexandra 6, London Minor 6, Paige Samuelson 5, Mariah McCoy 9, Courtney Cunningham-Heaph 2, Tyler Kent 2.

Boiling Springs - Pearson 2, Briggs 5, McEntyre 1, Hammett 4, Hill 5, Barnes 3, Latttimore 5.

3-pointers - Northwestern 2 (Brayon 2), Boiling Spring 1 (Barnes 1). Team fouls - Northwestern 8, Boiling Springs 15.

Fouled out - None.

Records: Northwestern 1-1, Boiling Springs 0-4

Clover 62, Hunter Huss 24

Elizabeth Edmunds scored 14 and led the Blue Eagles past Hunter Huss.

Clover jumped to a 17-3 lead after one period and never looked back. Zasu Carpenter added 13 points for Clover.

Hunter Huss310212-24
Clover17131814-62

Hunter Huss- J. Crosby 5, T. Gash 2, Crabtree 13, Knox 1, Garrison 3.

Clover- Alexis Brice 4, Aaliyah Knox 4, Shay Hall 3, Elizabeth Edmunds 14, Ryehia Robbins 8, Maggie Ballard 5, Ashia Good 3, Zasu Carpenter 13, Lauren Richardson 4, Logan Richardson 2, Katelynn Kipp 2.

3-Pointers - Hunter Huss 2 (Crosby 1, Crabtree 1), Clover 3 (Robbins 1, Carpenter 1, Ballard 1).

Team Fouls - Hunter Huss 13, Clover 17.

Records: Hunter Huss 0-2, Clover 2-0

EIGHTH GRADE GIRLS

Oakdale 33, Fort Mill 4

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