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Girls Basketball

FOX CREEK 51,WAGENER-SALLEY 30

FOX CREEK (51) – Haley Bryant 3, Rachel Simmons 2, Dominque Moore 20, Samantha Hodges 2, Kianna Greene 17, Mickey Bell 5, Ashlan Carpenter 2. Totals 23 3-4 51.

WAGENER-SALLEY (30) – Jasmine Stroman 3, Marniqua Williams 4, Shey Landy 1, Shayla Jenkins 15, Alexia Taland 5, Monique Ginyard 2. Totals 12 3-7 30.

Fox Creek 11 15 14 11 – 51

Wagener-Salley 1 5 14 10 – 30

3-point goals: Fox Creek 2 (Greene, Bell), Wagener-Salley 3 (Stroman, Jenkins, Taland).

Records: Fox Creek 1-1. Next: Fox Creek plays host to Augusta Christian, 6 p.m., today, at North Augusta Recreation Center.

Boys Basketball

WAGENER-SALLEY 80, FOX CREEK 70

FOX CREEK (70) – Quadre Castleberry 26, Deondre Basket 17, Devante Curry 22, Kentreal McCain 2. Totals 27 8-12 70.

WAGENER-SALLEY (80) – Rakeem Hicks 2, R.J. Tyler 29, Rodriguez Dunbar 6,, Makolm Stroman 23, Andre Lilly 7, Kavon Mitchell 8, Greg Hicks 5. Totals 31 12-22 80.

Fox Creek 12 17 13 28 – 70

Wagener-Salley 16 11 27 26 – 80

3-point goals: Fox Creek 5 (Basket 3, Castleberry, Curr), Wagener-Salley 6 (Tyler 3, Stroman 3).

Records: Fox Creek 0-2. Next: Fox Creek plays host to Augusta Christian, 7:30 p.m., today, at North Augusta Recreation Center.

AIRPORT 59,

MIDLAND VALLEY 47

MIDLAND VALLEY (47) – Daniel Carr 1, Keon Madison 3, Juquan Hall 13, Justin Johnson 2, D’Juan Green 10, Richard Knight 2, Javoddis Coach 3, Alex Allen 13. Totals 16 10-18 47.

AIRPORT (59) – J. Sightler 5, B. Knotts 18, Q. Bouin 13, R. Pinkston 11, T. Hunter 4, M. Poston 8. Totals 18 18-19 59.

Midland Valley 12 9 8 17 – 47

Airport 8 14 1 21 – 59

3-point goals: Midland Valley 5 (Madison 1, Hall 3, Green 1), Airport 5 (Knotts 4, Bouin 1).

Records: Midland Valley 5-5. Next: Midland Valley vs. Strom Thurmond, 7 p.m., Tuesday in the Aiken County Challenge.


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