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High school boys basketball roundup: Stallions dig out of hole to defeat Fort Mill

February 6, 2013 

Compiled by Sam Copeland

Tay Blake and P. J. Heath scored 12 points each to lead the South Pointe boys to a 67-62 win over Fort Mill in Region 3-AAAA action Tuesday night.

Fort Mill took the early lead and stretched it to 20-14 after one quarter, but the Stallions regrouped and came back to lead 37-31 at intermission.

Harrison Lancaster led Fort Mill with a game-high 20 points.

South Pointe 67, Fort Mill 52

South Pointe14231416-67
Fort Mill2011813-52

South Pointe - Tay Blake 12, P. J. Heath 12, Marveon Mobley 9, Isaiah Rodney 8, Tyrece Brice 7, Tony Frazier 7, Montez McCullough 4, Devin Pearson 3, Narleek Reed 2, Janoris Chisolm 2, Dylan Burton 1.

Fort Mill - Harrison Lancaster 20, Mike Scurlock 10, Devan Thacker 7, John Paris 6, Matt Ferguson 5, Rylan Wells 3, Preston Jordan 1.

3-pointers - South Pointe 7, Fort Mill 6. Team Fouls - South Pointe 14, Fort Mill - 12. Fouled out - None.

Records: Fort Mill 9-14, 4-9 in Region 3-AAAA; South Pointe 22-1, 12-1 in Region 3-AAAA.

Chester 115, Woodruff 58

The Cyclones placed five players in double figures and routed Woodruff in a Region 3-AAA contest.

Shyheim Wilson led the way for Chester with 22 points. Included in his game-high point total were four baskets from beyond the 3-point arc.

The win improved the Cyclones to 7-2 in the region and put them all alone in second place heading into the final regular season game.

Woodruff913315-58
Chester16432432-115

Woodruff - B. J. Jones 6, B. Bone 4, D. Faulkner 8, A. Mayes 11, B. Bailey 19, M. Foggie 3, J. Jones 2, T. Miller 3, K. Dackers 2.

Chester- Jamarcus Moore 5, Tommy Sanders 16, John Gore 16, Shyheim Wilson 22, Terrance Morris 12, Stepphon Woods 9, Quan Caldwell 6, Jarrett Rambert 13, Shaq Hinton 8, Chris Mayfield 4, Cliff Givens 4.

3-pointers - Woodruff 2 (Mayes 1, Bailey 1), Chester 9 (Sanders 4, Gore 1, Wilson 4). Team Fouls - Woodruff 22, Chester 18. Fouled out - Miller (W)

Records: Chester 12-8, 7-2 in Region 3-AAA.

McBee 59, Great Falls 44

Rashad Reed scored 31 points and led the Panthers to a win over Great Falls in Region 3-A action.

Great Falls trailed by only six at intermission and closed the gap to 41-37 after three periods. McBee pulled away in the final quarter by outscoring Great Falls 18-7.

Nigel Simpson led four players in double figures for the Red Devils with 21 points. The loss dropped Great Falls to 7-12 overall and 3-5 in the league. The loss also ended their season.

Great Falls148157-44
McBee18101318-59

Great Falls - Nigel Simpson 21, Jamarcus Culp 12, Mardre Dean 13, Tyjai Woodard 3, David Jeter 2, Chris Culp 13.

McBee - Nyam Pate 12, Rashad Reed 31, Dewann Tedder 8, Darion Brown 10, Lewis Hart 8.

3-pointers - Great Falls 6 (Simpson 3, Culp 1, Dean 1, Woodard 1), McBee 4 (Reed 1, Tedder 2, Brown 1). Team Fouls - Great Falls 25, McBee 16. Fouled out - Simpson, Culp (GF), Hart (M).

Records: Great Falls 7-12, 3-5 in Region 3-A.

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