Monarchs hand Hawks 1st loss of season


Manning Junior High School’s boys basketball team earned a 60-49 victory over Alice Drive Middle School on Monday at the ADMS gymnasium to hand the Hawks their first loss of the season.

Gerkedez Sharpe had 18 points to lead the Monarchs followed by Corey Graham with 13.

Marcus Lane had 22 points and four steals to lead ADMS, Trevonte Brunson added 12 points and five rebounds while Javien Lowery-Isaac finished with eight points and five rebounds as well.

The Hawks return to action Thursday when they travel to Bates Middle School.

Mayewood 38

Furman 18

Ray’Quan Duran scored seven points and had four assists to help lead Mayewood past Furman 38-18 on Monday.

Josh Mack, Quintion Harrison and Derrick Prince each added six points for the Vikings, who travel to Ebenezer on Thursday.

Bates 49

Hillcrest 20

Justus Boone’s double-double of 16 points and 10 rebounds helped power Bates past Hillcrest 49-20 on Monday.

Jaymar Ludd added 10 points for the Bantams, who improved to 7-2. Umar Lawson and Justice Singletary had three points each.

Trenton York led the Wildcats with six points.

BMS will host Alice Drive on Thursday.

Chestnut Oaks 47

Ebenezer 39

Daytreon Mack scored 25 points and had five steals to lead Chestnut Oaks to a 47-39 victory over Ebenezer on Monday at the CO gymnasium.

Jamie Golden added 10 points and seven rebounds for the Falcons. Montel McCoy had eight points and 10 rebounds.

Chestnut Oaks plays at Hillcrest on Thursday.


Porter-Gaud 35

Wilson Hall 21

CHARLESTON -- Porter-Gaud’s junior varsity boys basketball team scored 18 of its points on 3-pointers as the Cyclones defeated Wilson Hall 35-21 on Friday at the P-G gymnasium.

Wise Segars and Nathan Harris each had six points for the Barons, who fell to 7-2 overall and will travel to Hammond today.



Mayewood 20

Furman 16

Trelaija Dennis had 12 points to help lead Mayewood Middle School past Furman 20-16 on Monday.

The Lady Vikings travel to Ebenezer on Thursday.

Hillcrest 29

Bates 28

Kayla Williams scored 11 points for the Lady Bantams, but Hillcrest earned a 29-28 victory over Bates in overtime on Monday.