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SOUTH BRUNSWICK'S PRESTON MCGR1FF (41) blocks the
shot of Hoggard's Adam Carlson (J 2) as Josh White (20) helps on
defense. McGriJf scored 21 to lead the Cougars to a 73-58 victory.
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South Cougars Whip Hoqqard 73-58
IIY none. RIITTKR
The South Brunswick boys' bas
ketball team built a 19-point lead at
halftime and cruised to a 73-58 win
over visiting Hoggard last Friday
Preston McGriff, the Cougars' 6
loot-ll-inch senior ccntcr, scored a
game-high 21 points to lead South
to Us eighth win in nine games this
"We played hard anil 1 thought we
dominated." South Brunswick
Coach Gene Doane said of the non
"Looking at their laces, they were
playing like they knew they couldn't
heat us." Doane said of the 4-A
South trailed early in the contest,
but used a 10-0 run to build a 14-7
lead with 3:52 to play in the opening
The Cougars led 22-13 after one
quarter and were still holding on to a
nine-point advantage midway
through the second period before
breaking the game wide open.
Reserve forward James Clarida
scored six points to key an 11-1 run
for South Brunswick, which took a
43-24 lead into die locker room at
The Cougars substituted often and
shuffled their iineup in the second
half as Hoggard pecked away but
never cut the South Brunswick lead
below 15 points.
Doane praised the play of Clarida,
Kevin Smith and Butch Fullwood,
who scorcd 10 poinLs in one of his
best games lor the Cougars. Point
guard Josh White added 13 points
Mario Shaw led the Vikings with
12 points. Adam Carlson scored
nine points, and Ashley Tcaguc and
Kevin Robinson both added eight.
Doanc said South Brunswick
faced a much tougher Hoggard team
on Dec. 10 in Wilmington, when the
Cougars won 7 1-62.
South opens Waccamaw 2-A
Conference play Friday night at East
Bladen and faces the North
Brunswick Scorpions next Tuesday
McGriff and company went unde
feated in the conlcrcncc iasi year en
route to a 25-4 season.
Sou tli has dominated many of its
opponents so far this year and has
won four of the five games it has
played against 4- A opponents.
"It's a whole new season when
you get in the conference," Doanc
said last week. "Some of these
teams in the conference arc as gtxxl
as the 4-A's we play but they'll play
us better. We're number one on ev
Score By Quarters
Hoggard 13 11 15 19 ? 58
S. Brunswick 22 21 14 16 ? 73
Hoggard scoring: Shaw, 12;
Carlson, 9; Tcaguc, 8; Robinson, 8;
Jensen, 7; McRae, 4; Studcbakcr, 3;
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SOUTH BRUNSWICK'S ER1KA BRYANT (40) fights off Tracy
Bua (25) of Hoggard for a rebound in last Friday's game. Bryant
led the Ixidy Cougars with 12 points.
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COUGAR STANDOUT JOSH WHITE (20) guards Hoggard's
Mario Shaw (24) in last Friday's game at Hailing Spring Ixikes.
Schuttc, 3; McAdams, 2: Middles- Grifl, 21; White, 13; Fullwood, 10;
worth, 2. Moore, 8; K. Smith. 8; M. Smith, 6;
South Brunswick scoring: Me- Clarida, 6; Hankins, 1 .
Tame Lady Cougars
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Kim Kousc scored 20 points ind
Jill Longordo added 16 to lead the
Haggard girls' basketball loam in a
69-37 thrashing of South Brunswiek
last Friday at Boiling Spring Lakes.
The Lady Cougars, who lell to 4
3 with the non -conference loss, wjtc
outscored in every quarter jnd
trailed the entire game.
"\Vc got beat up and down the
court," South Brunswick Coach
Mike lscnbcrg said. "Even when we
scored they beat us down the court."
Hoggard's Lady Vikings raced to
a 10-2 lead in the first five minutes
of the game as South Brunswick
missed several early scoring oppor
Trailing 14-5 after one quarter,
the Lady Cougars cut the lead to 26
10 when F.rika Bryant hit her third
straight basket for South with 1:46
to play in the opening half.
But Hoggard scored the next six
poinLs to lake a 32-19 advantage at
South Brunswick trailed by 15
points halfway through the third
quarter before Hoggard put the
game out of reach.
The 4-A Lady Vikings scored 14
unanswered points to build a 54-25
lead going into the final period.
Tasha Sellers hit two three-point
crs for South in ihc fourth quarter,
but it wasn't enough as the Lady
Vikings outscorcd their opponent
15-12 in the last eight minutes.
Bryant let! South Brunswick with
12 points, and Sellers chipped in 10.
The Lady Cougars had lost to
Hoggard 49-42 on Dec. 10 in Wil
"1 thought we were ready to play
them tonight," Iscnbcrg said. "We
played them a lot tougher rt Hog
South Brunswick's girls' team
opens Waccamaw 2-A Conference
play Friday night at East Bladen and
faces North Brunswick in Lcland
"By the looks of it today we need
to work on our conditioning,"
Iscnbcrg said last Friday. "I thought
we were in pretty good shape, but
we didn't look like it tonight."
Score By Quarters
Hoggard 14 18 22 15 ? 69
S.Brunswick 5 14 6 12?37
Hoggard scoring: Rouse, 20;
Longordo, 16; WhiUnci, 11, Coffini,
8; Greene, 5; Fields, 4; Sutton, 2;
Wiggins, 2; Bua, 1.
South Brunswick scoring: Bryant,
12; Sellers, 10; Hankins, 7; Brown,
4; Fullwood, 2; Cumbee, 1; Davis,
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