High School Roundup, Dec. 5: Jenkins, HH girls avenge loss to Warriors

info@islandpacket.comDecember 5, 2012 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Hilton Head High 54, Whale Branch 35: Forward Americal Jenkins rang up her fourth consecutive double-double, and Hilton Head Island High avenged an earlier loss to Whale Branch with a 54-35 victory over the Warriors on Tuesday.

Jenkins finished with 19 points and 14 rebounds. Lauryn Bush chipped in 17 points and seven rebounds for the Seahawks (3-1), and freshman guard Savannah Reier contributed seven points and five assists.

S'Nitra Mack led the Warriors (4-1) with 12 points. Kemoni Jenkins scored 10.

Hilton Head High next hosts Bluffton on Friday.

Thomas Heyward 41, Patrick Henry 14: The Rebels improved to 7-0 with the runaway win.

Brielle Jungblut had 16 points to lead the Rebels, and Jamie Malphrus had 14 points and nine rebounds.

Thomas Heyward next hosts Dorchester Academy on Friday.

  • Middle School: St. Francis 16, St. Peter 15

  • Middle School: Lady's Island 24, Whale Branch 20

  • BOYS BASKETBALL

    Beaufort High 60, Burke 44: The Eagles improved to 2-0 behind 15 points from Anthony white and 13 from Otis McClain. White added seven rebounds, a steal and a block, while McClain had seven rebounds and two blocks.

    Thomas Parker had nine points, 10 rebounds a block and two steals for Beaufort High, while Kendrick Colvin had nine points, seven rebounds, two steals and a block. Jawan Mack added seven points.

    Craig Williams led Burke with 14 points.

    The Eagles host Battery Creek Friday.

    Hilton Head Prep 66, Bible Baptist 50: The Dolphins knocked off the defending SCISAA state champions by pulling away after halftime.

    Jon Eck had 18 points and 10 rebounds and four assists before fouling out in the third quarter. Cole Gardocki scored 13, including 11 in the pivotal second half, while Randy Young and Charlie Wilmot had 12 points apiece for Hilton Head Prep, which clung to a 31-30 halftime lead.

    Keynnard Campbell had a game-high 23 points for Bible Baptist.

    Hilton Head High 51, Whale Branch 49: The Seahawks earned a narrow win after leading by one, 37-36, heading into the final quarter.

    Key was Hilton Head High's nine free throws in the fourth quarter, coach Kenny Conroy said.

    "This was the best 32 minutes we've played all year," he added.

    Jacob Coltran, Aaron Frazier and James Sanders had 12 points each to lead the Seahawks, who evened their record at 2-2

    Justin Rhode had 12 points to lead the Warriors (4-1). Michael Middleton chipped in 10 points

    Hilton Head High next hosts Bluffton on Friday.

    The Warriors travel to Wade Hampton on Saturday.

    Thomas Heyward 62, Patrick Henry 42: Davis Owens had 17 points and five rebounds and Seth Jones chipped in 14 points and 10 boards, sparking Thomas Heyward to the home win.

    Zack Newton added 11 points for the Rebels.

    Thomas Heyward returns to action Friday against visiting Dorchester Academy.

  • JV: Thomas Heyward 33, Patrick Henry 21

  • JV: Hilton Head High 'B' team 32, HHCA 13 (Monday)

  • Middle School: St. Peter 44, St. Francis 24

  • Middle School: Lady's Island 35, Whale Branch 23

  • WRESTLING

    Battery Creek 53, Stall 27; Battery Creek 63, Baptist Hill 18; Battery Creek 51, Timberland 22: Battery Creek won three matches on Tuesday at Stall to move to 8-0 on the season.

    Seth Priester, Jake Bessinger, Jimmy Sanchez, Brian Labean, Porter Mahan, Malik Morgan, Deandre Johnson finished the day 3-0 for the Dolphins, who next wrestle at 10 a.m. Saturday in the Red Raider Invitational in Bamberg.

    Hilton Head High: The Seahawks split a pair of matches at Benedictine in Savannah, knocking off the host school 34-31 before Richmond Hill handed the Seahawks a 37-33 setback.

    Individual standouts for Hilton Head High included Matt Levy, who went 2-0 at 106 pounds, and Label Lewis, who had a perfect record at 145. Also going 2-0 for the Seahawks was 220-pounder J.C. Graham.

    The Seahawks' next action comes this weekend at a tournament in North Myrtle Beach.

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