South Aiken JV 45, Airport 41.
DJ Perry and Damien Brown both had 10 points to lead the T-Breds. Josh Kiser had eight.
Schofield Middle School girls 34, ALC 11
The Schofield Middle School girls’ team moved its record to 2-1 after their win over A.L. Corbett. Destiny Williams had 14 points.
Schofield Middle School boys 51, ALC 14
The Schofield Middle School boys’ team pushed its record to 3-0 after its win over A.L. Corbett. Josh Drayton had 12 points, Kevin Williams had eight and Melvin McKie had six.
Kennedy Middle School girls 35, Ridge Spring-Monetta 0
The Kennedy Middle School girls’ team improved to 3-0 after a shutout against the Trojans. Maci Hutto had 10 points, six rebounds and three steals to lead the team. Mallory Prandy also had six points, seven assists and five steals. Kennedy will host Schofield next Monday at 5:30 p.m.
Kennedy Middle School boys 52, Ridge Spring-Monetta 16
The Kennedy Middle School boys’ team improved its record to 3-0, and RS-M fell to 0-2. Colby Campbell and Tresstin Martin both had 11 points to lead Kennedy. RS-M’s high scorer was Tyson Bettis with five. Their next game is at home against Schofield next Monday.
New Ellenton Middle School girls 38, LBC 4
The New Ellenton girls’ team moved its record to 1-1 after Arneisha Bonnett had 23 points in the win. Their next game will be Thurday at home against Paul Knox at 5:30 p.m.
ALC Middle School girls 54, LBC 11
The A.L. Corbett Middle School girls’ team won its game against the Langley-Bath-Clearwater on Nov. 29. Ta’Nauzaih Corley led ALC with 25 points, while Zymbraya Corley had 12 points.
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