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BY JOHNNY CRAIG
It appeared even from the very
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final chance to take Friday's East
Waccamaw 2-A Conference matchup
between Hallsboro and South
Brunswick. As the two teams exchanged
the lead 19 times and the
score tied on six other occasions,
neither the Cougars nor the Tigers
elected to slow the pace down.
However, it was South Brunswick's
outside scoring punch that slowed
considerably in the final three
minutes allowing Hallsboro to escape
on imnrtrfont <1P?17 ITWC win
The Cougars took their final lead,
43-42 with 4:08 remaining on Darrius
Wise's jumper before Hallsboro
scored four straight point in a 2:u3
stretch for as 4S-45 lead with just 3-t
Hallsboro's second-half rally
sparked the Lady Tigers past host
South Brunswick 43-29 in East Waccamaw
2-A Conference play Friday.
The loss was the Lady Cougars second
in as many outings in the conference.
South Brunswick took a 12-9 lead at
tiie end of the first quarter and held a
15-17 iWtutui'ir ctuvuiiuige. cimiauuiu
then outscorcd the Lady Cougars 16-2
in a big third quarter uprising to take
I a commanding 33-21 lead at the end
of the period "run two teams scored
10 points each in the final quarter as
Hallsboro kept its final 12-point
Marlene Kemp led Hallsboro with
22 points while Barbara Harper added
Rcnee Harrison led South
Brusnwick with 10 points.
SCORE BY QUARTERS:
Hallsboro 9 8 10 10?43
S. Brunswick 12 7 2 10-31
Hallsboro Scnrine: Rurrhpttp fi
Kemp 22, Harper 15, Thurman,
Ehiers, A.Wright, r.ilyard, V Wright
South Brunswick Scoring: Cox 4,
Carper 2, Smith 1, Harrison 10. McLady
The North Brunswick USy Scorpions
opened East Warcamaw 2-A
Conference play last week with a
4i-39 overtiiTie win ever nuH! snuth
Brunswick. Klisha Jennings led the
way for North Brunswick with i4
points while Trene Mosley added 11.
The I ady Scorpions took a 9-4 advantage
at the end of the first quarter
and increased their lead to 19-11 at
South Brunswick cut the lady
Scorp lead to seven. 28-21, at the end
of the third quarter and outscored
North Brunswick 13-7 in the final
period to force the game into overtime.
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But Charles Moore's bucket with 18
seconds left brought the Cougars
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and John Baldwin's missed free
throw gave South Brunswick new life
with 17 seconds remaining.
The Cougars got two final chances
to pull the game out lai Daryl
Bro'./n's 15-foot jumper bounced out
and Joe Clemmons' tap-in wouldn't
fall as the Tigers escaped with their
first league win.
"Everything seemed to go in slow
motion tonight," said a disappointed
South Brunswick coach John
Gallowav. "We never seemed to get
on track. We didn't play out of control
but rather had a lack of intensity.
"We are going to have to work on
our defense if we expect to get back
into the EWC race. The 47 points we
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Brunswick's Tina Cobble brings
the ball upcourt against Halisboro
Friday during the lady Cougars'
43-31 loss, lite loss left South
Brunswick 0-2 In East Waccamaw
2-A Conlerence play.
Coy 1, Cobble 3. Dawson 6, Jones 4,
Eecraft, Vititee, Best, Rallentine.
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North Brunswick then outscored
the lady Cougars M in the estra
period for the win. Elizabeth McCoy
led Smith Brunswick with 12 points.
The lady Cougs meet Tahnr City
Friday in more EWC play while
North Brunswick takes a week off.
SCORE BY QUARTERS:
S.Brunswick 4 7 10 13-4-39
N.Brunswick 9 10 9 7--6?41
South Brunswick Scoring: Coble 2,
Harrison 9, Jones 6, Dawson 4, Co* 4,
McCoy 12, Smith 2, Ballentine.
Worth Brunswick Scoring! On vis \
U.Harrison J, Jennings 14, jenkins 3,
Pendergast 4, Mosley 11, Royal.
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scored tonight was also the lowest offensive
production we have had all
Hails bo ru took a narrow 15-13 firstquarter
lead and then ran to the biggest
lead of the game by either team,
19-13, on four quick points at the start
of the second period. South
Brunswick then scored seven
unanswered points to retake the lead,
20-19 with 2:45 left in the half. The
two teams iinished the naif knotted at
The Cougars took the first of two
four-point leads in the third quarter,
32-28, on Clemmons' layup with three
minutes remaining in the period. The
Cougars then took a 3tK)2 lead wiui it
seconds left on Mike Watkins'
jumper for a 36-34 advantage at the
end of the quarter.
Hallsboro took a brief 40-39 lead
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North Brunswick remained
unbeaten through 12 games last week
with a 64-62 East Waccamaw 2-A
Conference opening win over visiting
South Brunswick. The loss dropped
South Rninswirk to in thp Ipboup
and 9-6 overall.
North Brunswick managed a slim
17-16 lead at the end of the first
Quarter and maintained the advantage
with a 39-38 halftime edge.
The Cougars limited North
Brunswick to just seven thirdquarter
points and jumped to a 52-46
iead at the end of the period.
North Brunswick, however,
outscored the Cougars 18-10 in the
final quarter to take the two-point
The biggest difference in the game
carie at the free throw line where
North Brunswick connected on 10 of
19 attempts while South Brunswick
failed to scored from the stripe.
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in double figures with 18 point while
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going on its four-point rally for the
Scotiie llazri led Hallsboro with 15
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South Brunswick hosts Tabor City
Friday in next EWC action.
SCORE BY QUARTERS:
Halls boro 15 8 11 14-48
S. Brunswick 13 10 13 11?47
Hallsboro Scoring: Baldwin 4,
Hazel 15, Davis 13, Shaw 2, Freeman
11, Robinson 3, negisier, ueara.
South Brunswick Scoring: Floyd
11, Clcmmons 11, Moore 10, Brown 7,
Wise 6, Watkins 2, UGalloway, Har icon
Liana yuince aaaca 17 ana Chuck
Brown a season low 14. Keith Woodcock,
Chubby Sanders and Kodney
Burns were the only other Scorps to
Joe Clemmons led South
Brunswick with 20 points while
Daricus Wise added 18 and Dnryl
Brown and Charles Moore contributed
South Brunswick continues kwu
play Friday hosting Tabor City while
North Brunswick lias two open dates
and will not see action until next Frij...
SCORE BV QUARTERS:
S.Brunswick 16 22 14 10-62
N. Brunswick 17 22 7 18?64
South Brunswick Scoring: Floyd 4
Clcmnions 20, Moore 10, Brown 10
Wise 18, I,.Galloway, Harrison
North Brunswick Scoring: I'crkin:
18, Woodcock 7, Sanders 6, Quince 17
Brc?sT. 14, Burn? 2
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TO THE BASKET- David Floyd (with ball) drives down the lane and to
the basket tor the score In Friday's 48-47 loss to Hullsboro. Floyd scored 11
points (or South Brunswick as the Cougars fell to 9-8 overall but more Importantly,
9-2 In the East Waccamnw Conference. South Brusnwlck continues
league play Friday hosting Tnbor City.
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