Boys High School Basketball Roundup

HIgh School boys basketball roundup: Chester rallies to beat Clinton

January 22, 2013 

Compiled by Sam Copeland

The Chester Cyclones took an early lead, fell behind late in the third quarter and came back in the fourth quarter to claim a key 70-67 region road victory over Clinton.

Shaq Hinton led a trio of Cyclones in double figures with 12 points. The victory improved Chester to 10-7 overall. It was their fifth region win in six outings.

Chester 70, Clinton 67


Chester - Stepphon Woods 10, Tommy Sanders 8, John Gore 6, Shyheim Wilson 11, Terrence Morris 8, Jamarcus Moore 7, Quan Caldwell 6, Jarrett Rambert 2, Shaq Hinton 12.

Clinton - Jay Cook 17, Mike Joseph 12, Lawnrick Glenn 14, Kenyan Brown 2, Shakiyi Smiley 7, R. J. Robinson 13.

3-pointers - Chester 1 (Gore 1), Clinton 3 (Joseph 1, Glenn 2). Team fouls - Chester 20, Clinton 16. Fouled out - Wilson (Ch), Glenn (CV).

Records: Chester 10-7, 5-1 in Region 5-1 Region 3-AAA.

Metrolina Christian 71, Westminster Catabwa 59

Tyrell Nelson poured in 38 points and led Metrolina Christian to a win over the Westminster Catawba Indians.

Casey Fink tied a Westminster Catawba school record with eight 3-point baskets, but it was not enough to overcome Nelson’s shooting performance.

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Metrolina Christian - Tyrell Nelson 38, Josh Dominguez 17, Alec Broom 6, Aaron Stukey 6, Wes Funderburk 2, Will Wooter 2.

Westminster Catawba - Casey Fink 25, A. J. Jackson 17, Luke Hamrick 7, Devante Jackson 5, Kyle Nyman 5.

3-pointers - Metrolina Christian 2 (Broom 2), Westminster Catawba 9 (Fink 8, Hamrick 1). Team fouls: Metrolina Christian 11, Westminster 8. Fouled out - None.

Records: Westminster Catawba 13-9.

Camden Military 65, Great Falls 60

Great Falls coach John Smith was denied his 900th win Tuesday night for a third time as the Red Devils fell to Camden Military in a nonregion contest.

Nigel Simpson led Great Falls with 21 points. Great Falls plays at Lamar Friday night.

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Great Falls - D. D. Boulware 8, Nigel Simpson 21, David Goins 5, Tyjai Woodard 2, O. B. Holmes 2, David Geter 13, Clark Schofield 3, Chris Culp 6.

Camden Military - Hujka 6, Patterson 13, Starks 20, Dekanski 11, Coleman 1, Terry 14.

3-pointers - Great Falls 7 (Boulware 2, Simpson 4, Goins 1), Camden Military 3 (Dakanski 2, Hujka 1). Team fouls - Great Falls 20, Camden Military 7. Fouled out - Boulware (GF).

Records: Great Falls 6-9.

Late Monday

Westminster Catawba 71, Gaston Christian 58: A.J. Jackson scored 22 points and Kyle Nyman added 20 as the Westminster Catawba Indians toppled Gaston Christian.

The Indians jumped out front 19-8 after one period, and never looked back. At the end of the third period they led 51-33 and coasted on from there to improve to 13-8 on the season.

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Westminster Catawba - A. J. Jackson 22, Kyle Nyman 20, Luke Hamrick 9, Casey Fink 8, Brandon Laurencin 6, William Noblett 4, Devante Jackson 2.

Gaston Christian - N. Hartley 25, J. White 15, S. Brendle 10, C. Watts 6, M. Denham 2.

3-pointers - Westminster Catawba 3 (Fink 2, Hamrick 1), Gaston Christian 4 (White 3, Hartley 1). Team fouls - Westminster Catawba 16, Gaston Christian 17, Fouled out - None.

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