Posted On: 02/14/18 10:02 AM
Newberry 84 West-Oak 40 (Played on Monday night)
Tyriq Goodman and Terrell Rogers led the Bulldogs with 11 points in the win.
Chester 72 Palmetto 62
Walhalla 70 Broome 62
John Thorsland led the Razorbacks with 21 points, Tyler Jakowsky added 14 points while Andrew Cox scored 12 points in the win. Khalil Stringer took leading scoring honors for the Centurions with 17 points and David Miller added 12 points in the loss.
Indian Land 62 Berea 49
Jarrick Palmer led the way for Indian Land with 32 points. Destin Clark added 8 points in the win.
Camden 82 Carolina Academy 44
Clinton 70 Seneca 47
Southside (Greenville) 73 Columbia 43
Pendleton 73 Chapman 57
Georgetown 58 Swansea 57
The Bulldogs #4 seed went on the road and stunned the Tigers at home. Darrell Gardner led the way with 15 points, Darius McGirt added 14 points while Jerry Dorsey chipped in with 12 points. Effix Miller finished his career with the Tigers with a 20 point outing and Keenan Coats added 18 points.
Wade Hampton (Hampton) 53 Hanahan 49
Jalen Gibbs finished the night with 20 points and Nick McKnight scored 16 points for Hanahan in the loss.
Loris 71 Brookland Cayce 49
Travis Walters was way too much for the Bearcats in the middle. Walters finished with 23 points and 21 REBOUNDS. Jahrique Isaiah added 13 points to keep the Lions unbeaten at 18-0 on the season.
Dominique Perry finished his career with 18 points. Perry will play football next season at Hutchinson CC (KS).
Manning 61 Bluffton 54
Darius Williams and Isreal Brown helped the Monarchs win their first playoff game in more than 10 years. Williams scored 21 points while Brown added 20 points. Jermaine Patterson named the Class AAA State Player of the Year for the Bobcats finished the game with 23 points.
Ridgeland-Hardeeville 66 Lake Marion 44
Rashamel Butler led the Jaguars with 19 points. Devin Butler scored 13 points and Jabari Williams 12 points in the opening round victory.
Dillon 66 Strom Thurmond 59
The Wildcats drove 2 hours across the state and knocked off the Rebels. Justin Green led the way with 15 points, Jalian Williams chipped in with 14 points and Darius Boatwright added 13 points.
Bishop England 50 May River 48
Leo Albano led the Battling Bishops with 21 points and Peyton Doyle added 12 points in the win. Ryan Livingston took high game honors with 22 points for May River.
Edisto 56 Lake City 55
The Cougars won the game on a dunk at the buzzer on the road. Jacobe Perry led the charge with 21 points.
2nd Round Games – Friday February 16
Chester @ Newberry
Indian Land @ Walhalla
Clinton @ Camden
Pendleton @ Southside (Greenville)
Georgetown @ Wade Hampton (Hampton)
Manning @ Loris
Dillon @ Ridgeland-Hardeeville
Edisto @ Bishop England