High school basketball roundup: Chester girls, Clover boys win

December 13, 2013 

Girls Basketball

Chester 55, York 33

The Chester Cyclones raced to a 24-15 halftime lead and beat the York Cougars 55-33 in non-region action.

Diamond Simpson and Jeja Marshall led the Cyclones with 12 points each, and Browniee McCrorey added 11.

Carrie Lee Lancaster was the leading scorer for York with 10 points.

Chester 55, York 33



Chester- Britnee Stinson 6, Stakeira Sanders 2, Donnesha Crockett 4, Jeja Marshall 12, Alexus Young 4, T’ericka Sanders 2, Diamond Simpson 12, India Boyd 2, Browniee McCrorey 11.

York - Meg McGarity 4, Lori Teelers 2, Najha Spencer 6, Makala Love 7, Akeisha McClure 2, Carrie Lee Lancaster 10, Skylar Sims 2.

3-pointers: Chester 3 (Stinson 2, Simpson 1), York 1 (Love). Team fouls - Chester 9, York 18. Fouled out - Lancaster (Y).

Records: Chester 4-3, York 0-4

Boys Basketball

Clover 57, Charlotte Country Day 45

The Clover Bue Eagles got 16 points from Alex Thompson and defeated Country Day of Charlotte 57-45 in non-region action.

Thompson got 11 points in the third quarter to key the Blue Eagles’ rally as they pulled away to as much as a 22-point lead. He was joined in double figures by Bryce Allen with 12 points.

Thompson scored four goals from 3-point range, while Allen added three from behind the arc to help Clover even its record at 4-4.

Clover 57, Charlotte Country Day 45

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Clover - Alex Thompson 16, Bryce Allen 12, Austin Stone 9, R.J. Moore 8, Rae Armstrong 4, Ladarius Adams 3, Aaron Milner 2, John Wilson 2.

Country Day - Matthew White 17, Owen 10, Phillips 8, Salisbury 7, Williams 2, Vawgyn 2, Shields 2

3-pointers: Clover 7 (Thompson 4, Allen 3, Moore 1), Country Day 6 (White 4, Phillips 2). Team fouls: Clover 12, Country Day 17. Fouled out - White (CD).

Records: Country Day 3-6, Clover 4-4

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