South Aiken JV 35,
Midland Valley 33
South Aiken (2-0) stayed undefeated on the year behind 10 points from DJ Perry.
Rasool Clemmons chipped in eight points for the T-Breds, and Chance Prandy knocked down a pair of 3-pointers for six points down the stretch.
South Aiken will host Saturday’s JV Showcase, which starts at 9 a.m.
Schofield MS 66,
Ridge Spring-Monetta MS 29
Four players scored in double-digits for Schofield (4-0) in the win, led by Melvin McKie with 16 points. Josh and Matt Drayton each scored 13 points, and Jordan Wright chipped in 12 points for the Rams.
Schofield will play Kennedy on Monday.
Ridge Spring-Monetta 33
Ridge Spring-Monetta (1-2) lost despite a balanced offensive attack. Tymiyah Tyler, Tyquazia Tyler, Porsha Quattlebaum and Ebony Hines all scored seven points in the loss for the Trojans.
RS-M will hit the road to play Pelion tonight at 6 p.m.
South Aiken JV 29,
Midland Valley JV 18
South Aiken got 10 points from Darley Dempsey and seven from Tytiania Dunbar, while Midland Valley got six points each from Amber Mayer and Maddy Anderson.
Schofield MS 52,
Ridge Spring-Monetta MS 9
Destiny Williams and Olivia Felton each outscored RS-M in the win for Schofield (3-1), with Williams scoring 23 points and Felton adding 10 to the cause for the Rams.
Schofield next plays Kennedy on Monday.
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