ANDREWS – Hemingway downed Andrews in a basketball doubleheader with the Hemingway boys winning, 35-22, and the visiting girls rolled to a 45-17 victory.
Jimmy Parker was the high scorer for the winners with 14 while Billy Morris paced the losers with six.
Elizabeth Brown scored 15 points for the winners while Chris Reynolds topped the losers with 12.
BLANEY – Rodney Kelly tossed in 26 pointsin leading Blaney pas Bethune, 69-50, here Tuesday night in the feature game of doubleheader. The two girls teams battled to a 28-28 draw in the preliminary.
Frankie Peake and Don Fulmer gave Kelly scoring support with 16 points apiece for Blaney while Skipper Mays hit 14 for Bethune. Wanda Jeffers and Jo Ann Brazell scored ten apiece for the Blaney girls while Beth Branson was getting 18 for Bethune.
Jerry Martin, doing most of the damage of driving layups, scored 28 points Tuesday night to lead Olympia to a 56-60 victory over Cardinal Newman to pace the Red Devils to their eighth victory in ten starts this season.
Al Vaughn, who fouled out in the final period, followed Martin with 12 points. Paul Sohn led the Cardinals with 16 points, Johnny Dunn followed with 15 and Willard Sohn chipped in with ten.
SUMTER – Four players scored in double figures as Sumter High turned back Dentsville, 62-51, Tuesday night.
Arthur Mac Abbot led the Sumter attack with 18 points, followed by Robbie Baird with 16. Doug James and Winston Jewell each contributed 11 to the winning cause.
It was Sumter’s fourth win against one loss. Robert Weir led the Dentsville scoring with 13 points.
CAMDEN – Jan Puczkowski hit a field goal just before the end to send the game into overtime and then combined with James Debruhl to pace Camden’s Bulldogs past Eau Claire, 48-42, here Tuesday night.
Puczkowski and Debruhl scored all eighth of Camden’s points in the overtime, Four apiece. Kenny Logan wound up as Camden’s high scorer with 12 points.
The Eau Claire Jayvees took a 42, 26 victory in the opener behind Jackson’s 18 points. Stanley Melton and Jedd Maple hit eight apiece for Camden.
LAKE CITY – Lake City punished Hebron, 69-32, here Tuesday night as the Panthers rolled to their fourth win of the season against a single loss. Lake City squeezed past Hebron, 28-26, in the first game.
Herbie Keef’s 15 points led the Panthers while Steve Baltzegar (14), Mike Gaskins (10) and Jim Thomy (10) were right behind. Marie Jeffords hit 12 to pace the Lake City girls while Shirley Springs got 18 for Hebron.
MARION – Brittons Neck won the boy’s game, 47-29, and the girls’ game, 41-38, in a doubleheader with Lake View here Tuesday night.
Larry Richardson and Mike Lovel paced the boys’ game winners with 12 points apiece and Sam Elvington paced the losers with nine.
Cheryl Williams was high scorer with 30 points for the Brittons Neck girls and Ree Morgan paced Lake View with 22.
FLOYDS – Floyds High turned back Conway in both ends of a doubleheader Tuesday night, winning the girls game, 34-28, and taking the boys battle, 52-45.
Four players – Allen Elliott, Craig Graham, Charlie Doyle and Wayne Willoughby – led the Floyds boys’ attack with 11 points each.
Lanis Elliott led the Floyds girls with 17 points, while Debbie Squires had 20 for Conway.
ST. STEPHEN – St. Stephen downed Manning, 51-33, in the boys game and the Manning girls ralled to a 68 to 19 win the girls game here Tuesday night.
Curry Funk paced the winning boys with 16 points while Wayne Carter was high for the losers with 11.
Jerry McCord led the Manning girls with 17 points and Virginia Hoffman topped the losers with 11.
WAGNER – The undefeated Wagener boys and girls scored a doubleheader victory over Batesburg-Leesville here Tuesday night, they boys winning, 70-62, and the girls, 33-30.
Eddie Jones led the Wagener boys with 21 points and M. Saddler was high for the loser with 24.
Sybil Rivers paced the Wagner girls with 18 points. It was the sixth win of the season for both teams.
PLEASANT HILL – Pleasant Hill’s boys romped pst Socastee, 72-45, here Tuesday night as Charles Douglas poured in 23 points.
Socastee had captured the girls’ game, 40-17, as Earlene Scott scored 29 points.
LAMAR – The Lamar boys shocked defending State Class B champs, Latta, 51-49, while the Latta girls won the first game, 47-28, here Tuesday night.
Tommy Suggs led the Larmar boys with 24 points while Ray Brigman managed 19 for the losers.
Marie Manning paced the Latta girls with 19 points while Kathy Bell scored 17 for the losers.
NINETY-SIX – The Ninety-Six boys nipped Hollywood, 42-40, and the Hollywood girls took the first game, 34-28, here Tuesday night.
Johnny Boozer paced the winning boys with 17 points while Bill Mitchell led the losers with 13.
Susie Gardiner led the winning girls with 18 points and Betty Tennent managed 13 points for the losers.
MARION – Marion High’s girls turned back Bishopville, 52-33, but the Bishopville boys stormed back to take the nightcap of doubleheader, 57-54, Tuesday night.
Mitzie Winesett led the Marion girls with 25 points. Elaine Mozingo paced Bishopville with 15.
Mike Jeffords and Roy Anats had 19 each for the Bishopville boys, while Johnny Atkinson fired in 17 for Marion.
SPARTANBURG – Dorman cruised to its seventh victory of the campaign against a single loss as the Cavaliers cut down Gaffney’s Indians, 71-62, here Tuesday night.
The Victory was the second of the season without a loss in Region 3 of the AAA Division.
Franklin Allen tossed in 25, Leon Hayes got 18 and Bobo Crocker hit 12 to pace the Cavaliers. Barry McDowell’s 14 was best for Gaffney.
Frances Clary scored 17 in leading the Gaffney girls to a 26-25 victory over Dorman in one of the preliminaries. Gerrie Chumley also had 17 for Dorman. Gaffney also won the Jayvee opener, 26-25.
BRANCHVILLE – Edisto swept to a Class C basketball doubleheader by beating Branchville boys, 49-33, and the home girls, 23-18.
Eddie Westberry led the scoring for the winning boys with 16 points while Laney Byrd paced the losers with ten.
Sandra Smoak paced the Edisto girls with 12 points and Cynthia Steedly topped the scoring for the losers with ten.
HARTSVILLE – Dillon downed Hartsville twice with the boys winning, 45-42, and the girls romping to a 33-14 win here Tuesday night.
Jewel McLaurin led the winning boys with 18 points while Mendel Lyles scored 15 for Hartsville.
Suszanne Bell and Ann Edwards scored 11 points each to lead the Dillon girls. Norma Sellers was high for Hartsville with seven.
Dennis Looney conneced on 14 field goals and picked up three points for the free throw line Tuesday night to lead Irmo to a 76-48 victory over Blythewood.
Ray Carr followed in the Irmo attack with 15 points. Irmo is now 6-2 for the season.
Richard Branham led Blythewood with 14 points, Tommy Frick added 13 and Ronnie McLean followed with 11.
Blythewood won the girls’ preliminary, 40-19.
KINGSTREE – Darlington won the boy’s game, 42-12, in a doubleheader with Kingstree here Friday night.
Bob Watford led the Darlington attack with 21 points and Bill Dubin paced Kingstree with 15.
Jo Curtis scored 22 points for the Darlington girls and Dela Horton was high for the losers with 12.
MYRTLE BEACH – Myrtle Beach boys downed the Loris, 69-41 and the Myrtle Beach girls swamped the Loris girls, 41-14, here Tuesday night.
Dewey Capps led the winner with 27 points while Earnie Baught fired in 22 for Loris.
Tanya Saleeby poured in 20 points for the Myrtle Beach girls and Linda Miller was high for the losers with five.
PELION – Undefeated Pelion rolled to its eight straight victory here Tuesday night with a 52-34 conquest over Norway. The Pelion Girls also cave away winners, 30-18, in the opener.
Earl Williams scored 16 and his cousin Donnie Williams threw in 14 to pace Pelion. Clarence Beason’s 13 was best for Norway. Bobbie Williams led the Pelion girls with 13 points while Glenda Gee hit 15 for Norway.
KERSHAW – Chuck Bishop scored 33 points and Donald Ogburn followed with 22 lead once-beaten Mt. Pisgah to a 84-62 victory over Buford for its tenth victory of the season.
John Love and Barry Plyer scored 18 points apiece for Buford in the non-conference clash.
Cythnia West scored 22 points to lead the Buford girls to a 3-25 victory in the preliminary game. Sherry Lowery was high for the losers with eight.
ELLOREE – Elloree’s boys chalked up their fourth win of the season nagainst one loss by turning back Bowman, 56-52, Tuesday night.
Freddie Dyches led the winners with 16 points. Jerry Berry had 15 for Bowman.
Bowman’s girls won the opener of the doubleheader, 29-16, as Charlotte Wiles scored 22 points.
BENNETTSVILLE – Wallace High School turned back Bennettsville in both ends of a doubleheader Tuesday night, winning the girls game, 22-18 and taking the boys battle, 63-57.
Winston Charles led the Bennettsville boys with 23 points. James Driggers had 17 for Wallace.
Arlene Williams paced the Wallace girls with 17 points, while Ginger Gregg led Bennetville with 10.
ST. GEORGE – Undefeated St. George raced past St. Paul’s, 54-32, here Tuesday night for tis ninth victory in a row. St. George also won the girls’ preliminary, 28-24.
Buddy Hartzog threw in 16 points and Larry Richborn followed with 12 to pace the St. George attack. Danny Sims was St. Paul’s best with 23. Coe McMahon’s 19 was tops for St. George’s girls while Annette Durant got ten for St. Paul’s.