Fort Mill takes 4th at Moody

December 29, 2012 

Lindberg Moody Tournament

Concord 72, Fort Mill 61

Defending champion Concord used a quick start and defeated the Fort Mill Yellow Jackets to claim third place in the Lindberg Moody Tournament.

Concord opened a 19-10 margin after one period and built it to 37-24 by halftime. Fort Mill cut into the lead in the early part of the second half, but Concord pulled away to lead by 17 points after three quarters.

Connor Burchfield led the charge for Concord with 21 points, including three goals from 3-point range. Darren Black added 15 to the winning effort for Concord.

Harrison Lancaster led Fort Mill with 21 points. He was joined in double figures by Matt Ferguson, who scored 12 points.

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Fort Mill - Mike Scurlock 5, Rylan Wells 7, Matt Ferguson 12, John Paris 9, Mitchell Johnson 3, Preston Jordan 2, Harrison Lancaster 21, Devan Thacker 2.

Concord - Darren Black 15, Gregory Childress 5, Graham Pruette 2, Connor Burchfield 21, Brian Phifer 4, Keenan Black 4, Jerry Burk 6, Reid Aube 13, Logan Sedergren 2.

3-point goals - Fort Mill 3 (Scurlock 1, Johnson 1, Lancaster 1), Concord 5 (Black 1, Childress 1, Burchfield 3). Team fouls - Fort Mill 13, Concord 15. Fouled out - None.

Strom Thurmond 70, Boiling Springs 63

The Rebels built a twelve-point lead and weathered a Boiling Springs comeback attempt to claim fifth place in the Lindberg Moody Tournament.

Boiling Springs cut the lead to two points with less than a minute to play, but the Rebels scored the last five points of the game.

Ty Brooks led Strom Thurmond with 16 points.

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Boiling Springs - Tyrecous Garrett 2, Jared Wallace 15, J. L. Hill 5, Daniel Thompson 7, Keion Page 5, Collin Reed 15, Mason Sanders 10, Marcellus Sims 4.

Strom Thurmond - Hykeem Brooks 7, Jasergio Kennion 14, Ty Brooks 16, Ryan Williams 11, Jaylan Robinson 5, Aaron Cooke 2, Daquarius Johnson 15.

3-point goals - Boiling Springs 4 (Wallace 4), Strom Thurmond 1 (Johnson 1). Team fouls - Boiling Springs 22, Strom Thurmond 18. Fouled out - None.

Aiken 71, Carolina Forest 54

Aiken built a 38-22 lead at halftime and coasted to a win over Carolina Forest to claim seventh place in the Lindberg Moody Tournament.

Shawn Moore led Aiken with 31 points, while Ryan Yuracheck led Carolina Forest with 22.

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Aiken - Megan Hill 7, Shawn Moore 31, Ryan McKie 6, Dramel Coleman 12, Jared Davis 1, John Besson 1, Stacy Toole 4, Jaylen Croft 2, Deon Hicks 7.

Carolina Forest - Zavier Jones 11, Donovan Williams 3, Chris Johnson 10, Shakiel White 5, Ryan Yurachek 21, Isaac Wathen 4.

3 -point goals - Aiken 5 (Moore 4, Hill 1), Carolina Forest 4 (Jones 2, Williams 1, Johnson 1). Team fouls - Aiken 17, Carolina Forest 23. Fouled out - White, Yurachek (CF).

Chesterfield 57, Great Falls 56

The Chesterfield Rams got 12 points from David Grant and Damario Alsbrook and dodged a last second shot by Great Falls and edged the Red Devils in the Farm Bureau Tournament in Chesterfield.

Great Falls trailed by as much as 20 points in the second half before mounting their comeback attempt.

When D. D. Boulware drained a 3-point goal it was tied at 55 with less than 30 seconds remaining. Kevin Burrows made a layup with 16 second remaining to give Chesterfield a 57-55 lead.

When Chris Culp missed the back end of a two-shot foul, Chesterfield got the rebound and lost it out of bounds with seven seconds left in the game.

The Red Devils missed a shot at the buzzer and fell to 4-6 on the season.

Boulware led the Great Falls effort with 17 points.

Chesterfield 57, Great Falls 56

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Great Falls - D. D. Boulware 17, Nigel Simpson 10, David Goins 2, Mardre Dean 9, Tyjai Woodard 3, O. B. Holmes 2, David Peters 3, Chris Culp 10.

Chesterfield - Justin Morrow 4, Chuck Jackson 8, Barron Pearson 3, David Grant 12, Michael Johnson 6, Kevin Burrows 5, Norec Boyd 7, Damario Alsbrook 12.

3-point goa ls - Great Falls 1 (Woodard 1), Chesterfield 3 (Jackson 2, Burrows 1). Team fouls - Great Falls 14, Chesterfield 19. Fouled out - None.

Records: Great Falls 4-6.

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