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Warriors Crush Cougars

The Warriors of Oak Hill got out to a quick 20-9 advantage on the play of Keldon Johnson and Will Richardson. Jairus Hamilton would knock down 2 three-pointers for the Cougars of Cannon to try and keep it close. However, the guards of Oak Hill just caused too many problems for the Cougars causing numerous […]

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Prolific Prep Pushes Past Westtown

The Moose from Westtown got off to a fast start with some quick breakaways from Jake Forester for a quick 6-0 lead. The Crew from Prolific Prep would respond quickly with buckets from Jeenathon Williams to jump ahead and extend their early lead 26-14. The Crew kept the Moose off balance switching from a box […]

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Pilots Pull Away From Panthers

Both teams got off to the races early in this contest pushing the ball up the floor on makes and misses. After the first 2 minutes, the score was tied 7-7 and the Pilots were led by back to back dunks from Nathan Mensah. Brandon Slater would get hot for the Panthers of Paul VI […]

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The Ascenders Fly to National Semis

IMG hit the ground running over the Irish of Hunting Prep with an early 8-1 advantage. Marvin Price of Huntington Prep would bring the Irish back with 4 straight points to make it 12-12. Then Silvio De Sousa awakened the crowd with a thunderous wind mill dunk to spark a big run by IMG. The […]

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Chargers Press On to American Semis

When Corner Canyon left Draper, Utah it was a “balmy” 4 degrees. Gabe Toombs heated up quickly upon arriving to Columbia by scoring the first 7 points for Corner Canyon to give the Chargers a quick 10-5 lead over Cox Mill. Wendell Moore and “Leaky Black” would also heat up very quickly off of the […]

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Three Headed Monster Takes Down Seminoles

Westside and Providence Day kicked off the day with a fast and furious start as both teams exchanged quick baskets and created scoring opportunities off of their defense. Devin Dotson and Isaac Sufferin would get the Chargers of Providence Day going with numerous drives and fast break points to give the Chargers a 40-22 lead […]

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2nd Half Bengals Too Much for Cavs

Columbia,SC — Both the Bengals and the Cavaliers came out with struggling offenses in the first half. Both teams were 6 for 24 shooting, (25%) in the first half. All that would change in the 2nd half when the Bengals had a much better outing, shooting the ball at 50 percent. The Bengals outscored the […]

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Columbia, SC — The start of the 2017 Carolina Challenge Showcase couldn’t have started any better. The (7-2) AC Flora Falcons faced off with (9-4) York Prep out of Rock Hill,SC. The quiet star of the game was the freshman guard Jacobi Wright of York Prep, who finished with 17 points, 3 steals, and 3 […]

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War Eagles Too Much For Raiders

The War Eagles of Gray Collegiate started this game off just like the Cyclones did in the previous game with a 11-1 run by the hot start from Juwan Gary. However, Keenan would respond with 6 quick points from Terrian Tyler to cut the lead to 13-11 with 6:56 to go in the half. Gary […]

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Cyclones Blow Away Diamond Hornets

The Cyclones of Porter Gaud started this game off with gale force winds as they jumped out to a 11-0 run in the first four minutes off the hot shooting of Harrison Whatley, who scored 8 of the team’s first 11 points. Aaron Neismith would then get hot scoring 7 straight points to put the […]

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