Shootout by the Sea: NMB boys, girls to play for titles

nmbghoops-42The North Myrtle Beach Highboys and girls basketball team are holding home court at this week’s Shootout by the Sea tournament.

The Lady Chiefs won their semifinal matchup with Byrnes 67-54 on Tuesday to advance to Wednesday night’s finals. They will face Goose Creek for the tournament title at 6 p.m.

North Myrtle Beach’s Daveona Hatchell scored a team-high 12 points for the Lady Chiefs, and Julie Carini and Aquera Johnson added 11 points apiece.

The NMB boys scored a 64-58 victory over Calhoun County in Tuesday’s nightcap, setting up a championship showdown with Loudon at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Chris Johnson led the Chiefs with 20 points and Cooper Chandler chipped in 10.

Other Tuesday games at the Shootout by the Sea included:

GIRLS

* St. James 39, Loris 33: The Lady Sharks got a balanced scoring effort, leb by Abigail Rumpf’s 10 points, to defeat the Lady Lions.

St. James got eight points apiece from KaSwana Haynes and Hunter Clapham. Loris was led by Iklea Green’s game-high 12.

* West Florence 41, Southside 36: The Lady Knights got a 27-point performance from Chanelle Hayes to knock off Southside. Nayah Rice tallied 17 in the losing effort.

* Goose Creek 87, Manning 41: The Lady Gators put on an offensive exhibition in the their win over the Lady Monarchs.

Erika Broughton scored a game-high 21 points and a trio of teammates – Mariah Linney, Aniyah Oliver and Shayla Nelson – tallied 14 points apiece. Keyshunna Walker led Manning with 12 points.
BOYS

* Byrnes 49, Manning 44: The Rebels overcame a six-point halftime deficit to down the Monarchs.

Dreek Morgan scored nine points to lead a a balanced scoring effort by Byrnes. Michael Cooper scored a game-high 10 points for Manning.

* Whale Branch 66, Swansea 26: Camrin Miller scored 12 points to lead Whale Branch to a blowout victory over Swansea. C.J. Jackson has 10 points in the losing effort.

* Loudon 63, George C. Marshall 36: Jordan Miller scored a game-high 26 points to lead Loudon Valley to an easy win over Marshall. Joseph Lampman had 18 points in the losing effort.

Photo by Louis E. Keiner and Lesley M. Etherson

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