Green Sea Floyds girls advance to 1st state championship in school history

FLORENCE, S.C. (WBTW) – Tamara Jackson scored a game-high 33 points to power Green Sea Floyds to a 71-68 overtime win over East Clarendon in the Class A lower state title game.

The Trojans made school history with the win, becoming the first team ever to advance to a state championship. Green Sea will play Lamar for the title.


Goose Creek 60, Conway 38

Mariah Linney scored 26 points to help power Goose Creek to a 60-38 win over Conway in the 5A lower state title game. Conway was up 32-21 in the third quarter but the Gators offense erupted after that, giving them the big win and ending the Tigers season.


Hemingway 83, Bethune-Bowman 55

Darius Taylor hit four 3-pointers to help Hemingway knock of Bethune-Bowman 83-55 in the Class A boys lower state championship. The Tigers lost the state championship game last year, so they get a chance at redemption when they play Lewisville for the title on March 3rd.

Dillon 54, Brookland-Cayce 41

Dillon came back from a one-point deficit at halftime to defeat Brookland-Cayce 54-41 and advance to the Class 3A boys state championship game. The Wildcats will play against Southside on March 4th for the title.


Spartanburg Day 76, Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach 51

Class A
Estill 47, Lamar 40