White Knoll 62, Midland Valley 46

Midland Valley (6-3) suffered the loss to Class AAAA competitor White Knoll on Tuesday.

Daniel Carr led the Mustangs in scoring in the loss with 16 points, and Justin Dunton had nine. Midland Valley will next play South Aiken on Friday.

Airport 62, South Aiken 39

South Aiken (2-4) came up on the losing end again, falling to Airport by a big margin.

Jordan Dingle led the T-Breds in scoring with 10 points, and Jordan Scott added eight. South Aiken will host Midland Valley on Friday.

Silver Bluff 63, Swansea 59

Silver Bluff (2-4) collected a win over Swansea on Friday behind a solid effort by Jaylen Lawrence, whom head coach Robbie McKenzie said was “playing great.” Lawrence scored 22 points, and Donte Wright added 13 points for the Bulldogs, who benefitted from having a healthy Nick Cummings and Gyasi Yeldell back in the rotation.

Silver Bluff will open region play with a road tilt at Bamberg-Ehrhardt on Friday.

Evans (Ga.) 72, North Augusta 66

North Augusta (3-1) dropped its first game of the season against Evans on Tuesday.

Christian Davis and TJ Sheppard each scored 13 points in the loss for the Jackets, who will next play Glenn Hills on Friday at 5:30 p.m. in a tournament at Aquinas (Ga.).


South Aiken JV 58, Airport JV 36

South Aiken (5-0) kept its unblemished record alive with the victory over Airport.

Kingsley Priester led the T-Breds with 12 points, and Josh Kaiser and Johnny Aaron added nine and eight points, respectively.

South Aiken will play on Thursday at Midland Valley.


Silver Bluff 48, Swansea 21

Silver Bluff (4-2) bounced back for a win on Tuesday, topping Swansea by a comfortable spread.

Roxanna Cheek led the Bulldogs in scoring with 14 points, and Kippen Wallace also got into double digits with 10 points. Silver Bluff will be on the road at Bamberg-Ehrhardt on Friday at 6 p.m. in its region opener.

South Aiken 56, Airport 35

Kyasia Youmans had another strong showing for South Aiken (3-1) in Tuesday’s win, scoring 19 points to go with Bree Parks’ 10 points.

The T-Breds will host Midland Valley on Friday.

Ridge Spring-Monetta 50, Saluda 44

Ebony Hines led a solid effort from RS-M (2-3) by scoring 18 points, and Tymiyah Tyler added 13 points for the Trojans.

RS-M will host Strom Thurmond today at 6:30 p.m.

North Augusta 68, Evans (Ga.) 52

North Augusta (4-0) kept its unbeaten year alive with a win over Evans on Tuesday.

Jasmine Coach paced the Yellow Jackets with 26 points, Mallory Stone added 13 and Arielle Houston and Desmonet Willimas scored eight each.

North Augusta will next play at Grovetown (Ga.) on Saturday at 6 p.m.


Airport JV 44, South Aiken JV 11

Jackson MS 22, LBC MS 15

Jackson (1-3) collected its first win of the season on Tuesday.

Iyceiss Drayton led all scorers with 10, and Nadia Clemens added six.

Jackson will play North Augusta Middle on Monday.