High school roundup: Great Falls routs Lamar

scopeland@heraldonline.comJanuary 31, 2014 

Boys Basketball

Great Falls 86, Lamar 43

The Great Falls Red Devils placed four players in double figures and routed the Lamar Silver Foxes 86-43 in a Region 3-A game at Great Falls.

The Red Devils took the lead at 12-11 late in the first period and never trailed again. They used a pressing defense to create turnovers and run away to a 45-19 lead at intermission.

Nigel Simpson led the Red Devils with 24 points. Jamarcus Culp added 20, while Mardre Dean and O.B. Holmes chipped in 14 and 12, respectively.

The win improved Great Falls to 13-4 overall and 4-1 in the region.

Great Falls 86, Lamar 43

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Great Falls;16;29;28;13;-;87

Lamar - P. Hudson 6, A. Rivers 6, A. Bohman 4, M. Mack 14, K. Brown 10, K. McCullough 4, T. Durant 2.

Great Falls - Nigel Simpson 24, Jamarcus Culp 20, Mardre Dean 14, Shayheim Kelly 5, Trey McCrorey 7, O.B. Holmes 12, Chris Culp 4.

3-pointers: Lamar 2 (Mack 2), Great Falls 5 (Simpson 4, McCrorey 1). Team Fouls - Lamar 14, Great Falls 11. Fouled out - Coaxum, McCullough (L).

Records: Great Falls 13-4, 4-1 in Region 3-A

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Chester 97, Chapman 93

The Chester Cyclones placed six players in double figures and edged the Chapman Panthers 97-93 in a Region 3-AAA contest at Inman.

John Gore led the assault with 23 points, while Tommy Sanders added 22 to the winning effort.

The win gave Chester a 5-1 record in the region. The Cyclones are tied for first in the region and own the tiebreaker with Chapman.

Chester 97, Chapman 93

Chester;23;24;22;28;-;97

Chapman;15;26;24;28;-;93

Chester - John Gore 23, Shyheim Wilson 14, Tommy Sanders 22, Quan Caldwell 17, Jarrett Rambert 10, Malik Williams 11.

Chapman - DeShawn Davis 10, Sean McMillan 17, Daylen Tessick 4, Lee Williams 4, Devo Samuel 41, Nate Devlin 3, Bruce Copeland 1, Timothy Beech 3, Cody Hall 2, Ty Mabry 6.

3-pointers: Chester 3 (Gore 1, Caldwell 1, Williams 1), Chapman 8 (McMillan 5, Tessick 2, Devlin 1).

Team Fouls: Chester 18, Chapman 22. Fouled out - Caldwell, Chisholm (Chester), Samuel (Chapman).

Records: Chester 14-3, 5-1 in Region 3-AAA.

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Rock Hill 54, Lancaster 45

The Rock Hill Bearcats came from behind in the second half and defeated the Lancaster Bruins 54-45 in a Region 3-AAAA game at Lancaster.

The Bruins led 20-16 at intermission, but Rock Hill took a 34-31 lead after three periods and moved on from there for the big road victory.

The win improved the Bearcats to 6-3 in the region.

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Indian Land 96, Cheraw 65

The Indian Land Warriors remained undefeated in the region with a 96-65 win over the Cheraw Braves at Indian Land.

Darnell Rogers and Lee McCall led the way for the Warriors, who led only 33-26 at halftime.

The victory improved Indian Land to 12-3 overall and 5-0 in region play.

Girls Basketball

Chapman 62, Chester 61

Abbey Cheek scored 27 points and led the Chapman Panthers to a 62-61 win over the Chester Cyclones in Region 3-AAA action at Inman.

Cheek was joined in double figures by Aaliyah Moore, who tossed in 22 points.

Chester led 32-30 at halftime, but Chapman regained the lead at 46-43 after three quarters and hung on for the win.

Deja Marshall led the Cyclones with 14 points. Alexus Young and Diamond Simpson joined her in double figures with 11 and 10 points, respectively.

Chapman 62, Chester 61

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Chester - Britnee Stinson 7, Sta’Keria Sanders 8, Deja Marshall 14, Alexus Young 11, T’Erica Sanders 8, Diamond Simpson 10, India Boyd 1, Browniee McCrorey 2.

Chapman - Carpenter 3, Hayes 5, Oglesby 1, Aaliyah Moore 22, Brownlee 4, Abbey Cheek 27.

3-point goals: Chester 2 (Stinson 1, Marshall 1), Chapman 8 (Cheek 4, Moore 3, Hayes 1).

Records: Chester 11-9, 3-3 in Region 3-AAA; Chapman 3-14, 1-5 in Region 3-AAA

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Lancaster 55, Rock Hill 31

The Lancaster Bruins started slowly, but picked up the pace in the second half and claimed a 55-31 win over the Rock Hill Bearcats in Region 3-AAAA action at Lancaster.

Lancaster led 5-3 after one period, but upped the count to 16-7 at intermission. The Bruins exploded for 39 second-half points to win going away.

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boys

Fort Mill 74, York 66

York;14;14;17;21;-;66

Fort Mill;14;17;21;22;-;74

York – Deshaw Andrews 28, Daurice Simpson 22, Jerome Pettiway 5, Shemar Wade 4, Ben Spratley 4, Tawaun Neely 3. Fort Mill – Devan Thacker 21, Mike Scurlock 10, Cory Wills 8, Brandon Plyler 8, Tanner Mitchell 6, Mitchell Johnsen 6, Liam O’ Boyle 5, Matt Tillery 4, Jordan Struve 4, Brandon Joseph 2.

3-pointers: York 5 (Andrews 3, Simpson 1, Neely), Fort Mil 3 (Scurlock, O’Boyle, Plyler). Team fouls – York 25, Fort Mill 22. Fouled out – Tanner Mitchell (FM), Shemar Wade (Y), Ben Spratley (Y).

Records: York 3-14, 2-7 Region III-AAAA; Fort Mill 10-9, 5-4 Region III-AAAA.

girls

Fort Mill 39, York 29

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Fort Mill;3;9;15;12;-;39

York – Carrie Lancaster 11, Makala Love 6, Keisha McClure 5, Aubrey Wood 5, Meg McGarity 2. Fort Mill – Ally Abbott 10, Sharae Redmond 7, Arianna Grevious 6, Savannah Morgan 5, Madison Hendrix 5, Eliza Denmeade 2, Meredith Christopher 2, Kayla Godwin 2.

3-pointers: York 1(Love), Fort Mill 4(Abbott 2, Morgan, Hendrix). Team fouls – York 12, Fort Mill 11. Fouled out – None.

Records: York 0-17, 0-9 Region III-AAAA; Fort Mill 15-4, 7-2 Region III-AAAA.

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