High School Roundup

Culp sparks Red Devils

Compiled by Sam CopelandJanuary 10, 2014 

The Great Falls boys raced to a 29-point halftime lead and defeated Camden Military 68-30 in nonregion action at Great Falls.

Jamarcus Culp led the Red Devils’ attack with 30 points.

Great Falls 68, Camden Military 30

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Camden Military - M. Zimmerman 2, M. Fullen 3, J. Walker 3, R. Singleton 4, C. Larsen 11, M. McGill 7.

Great Falls - Nigel Simpson 7, Hakeem Simpson 5, Jamarcus Culp 30, Mardre Dean 4, Shayheim Kelly 5, Sheldon Brunson 2, O.B. Holmes 9, David Jeter 4, Chris Culp 2.

3-pointers: Camden Military 2 (Larsen 1, Walker 1), Great Falls 4 (N. Simpson 1, H. Simpson 1, Kelly 1, Holmes 1). Team fouls - Camden Military 14, Great Falls 13. Fouled out - C. Culp (GF).

Records: Great Falls 9-3

Westminster Catawba 68, Metrolina Christian 62 The Catawba Indians defeated Metrolina Christian for the first in three years at Metrolina Christian.

Luke Hamrick led the Indians with 15 points and Ben Brugge tossed in 10.

Nation Ford 47, Lancaster 45 The Nation Ford Falcons outscored the Lancaster Bruins 22-10 in the fourth quarter to claim a two-point win in Region 3-AAAA action at Nation Ford.

Riley Hilton led the way for Nation Ford with 21 points.

Fort Mill 59, Clover 48 The Yellow Jackets defeated the Blue Eagles in Region 3-AAAA action at Fort Mill.

Mitchell Johnson led Fort Mill with 14 points. Mike Scurlock joined him in double figures with 10.

The win improved Fort Mill to 8-6 overall and 3-1 in the region. Clover fell to 9-6 overall and 2-2 in region play.

Junior-varsity boys basketball

Nation Ford 46, Lancaster 27

Girls basketball

Chester 52, Clinton 46 (2 OT) The Cyclones opened the Region 3-AAA season with a double overtime win over the Red Devils in Clinton.

Deja Marshall, who led Chester with 16 points, put the Cyclones ahead for good in the second overtime with a basket that made it 48-46.

Chester 52, Clinton 46 (2 OT)

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Chester - Sta’Keria Sanders 6, Jasmine Davis 2, Deja Marshall 16, Alexus Young 8, T’Erica Sanders 11, Diamond Simpson 8, Browniee McCrory 1.

Clinton - Tina Questman 2, Ticambrius Copeland 2, Noella Leake 3, Tiecoria Derby 11, Maleaka Neal 17, Tamia Sanders 5, Quenna Cunningham 2, Thyna Davis 2, Bedaisha Walls 2.

3-pointers: None. Team fouls - Chester 18, Clinton 19. Fouled out -Cunningham (Cl), S. Sanders, McCrory (C).

Records: Chester 8-6, 1-0 in Region 3-AAA

Lancaster 63, Nation Ford 40 The Bruins defeated the Falcons in a Region 3-AAAA contest at Nation Ford.

Lancaster led 29-21 at the half.

Fort Mill 52, Clover 35 The Yellow Jackets remained undefeated in Region 3-AAAA play with a win over the Blue Eagles in Fort Mill.

The win improved Fort Mill to 12-2 overall and 4-0 in the region.

Junior-varsity girls basketball

Rock Hill 43, South Pointe 20

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Wrestling

Rock Hill 46, York 20

106 - J. Beverly (Y) forfeit, 113 - L. Sexton (RH) pin. M. Avore 5:06, 120 - N. Steinberg (RH) pin. E. Bean :21, 126 - N. Mead (RH) forfeit, 132 - T. Wilkins (RH) maj. dec. E. Gonzalez 9-0, 138 - J. Rumfelt (Y) dec. C. Moore 3-0, 145 - B. Rigby (RH) pin A. Adams :32, 152 - C. Dickinson (Y) dec. N. Buchanan 12-9, 160 - K. Hughes (RH) pin J. Good :56, 170 - B. Demarest (RH) dec. S. Ferguson 6-4, 182 - S. Chesney (RH) dec. M. Wilkerson 14-8, 195 - E. Danenhower (Y) pin J. Webster 3:49, 220 - C. Kelly (Y) dec. J. English 6-5 (OT), 285- T. Strait (RH) dec. E. Whitesides 3-0.

Rock Hill 57, Clover 9

106 - A. Oldenburg (C) forfeit, 113 - L. Sexton (RH) pin K. McCarter :43, 120 - N. Steinberg (RH) dec. D. Berry 6-5, 126 - N. Mead (RH) pin J. Dorrill 4:20, 132 - T. Wilkins (RH) dec. J. Kerns 5-1, 138 - C. Moore (RH) dec. K. Brown 4-0, 145 - B. Rigby (RH) pin J. Bryant 1:49, 152 - N. Buchanan (RH) dec. E. Johnson 6-5, 160 - K. Hughes (RH) pin W. Emory 2:32, 170 - B. Demarest (RH) dec. S. Bradley 10-3, 182 - S. Chesney (RH) pin E. Plummer 3:30, 195 - J. Bowman (RH) forfeit, 220 - Z. Conrad (C) dec. C. Bell 1-0, 285 - T. Strait (RH) pin J. McGivern 1:10.

Boys Basketball

The Westminster Catawba Indians rallied from a 16-point first quarter deficit to win going away in a 75-58 victory over Piedmont Charter School.

Casey Fink led the Indians with 24 points. He tied a school record with eight goals from behind the arc. Luke Hamrick and Kyle Nyman added 18 points each for Westminster Catawba.

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Piedmont Charter;21;7;13;17;-;58

Westminster Catawba - Casey Fink 24, Luke Hamrick 18, Kyle Nyman 18, Brandon Laurencin 8, Sam Holtel 4, Jay Ennis 3.

Piedmont Charter - D. J. Priolean 20, L. Baptiste 5, T. Moore 1, D. Graham 24, W. O’Neal 6, B. Church 2.

3-pointers: Westminster Catawba 10 (Fink 8, Hamrick 2), Piedmont Charter 5 (Graham 3, O’Neal 2). Team fouls - Westminster Catawba 8, Piedmont Charter 6. Fouled out - None.

Records: Westminster Catawba 7-9

7th Grade Girls Basketball

Banks Trail 30, Clover 10

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