Hoggard 51 Ashley 42 (boys)
Hoggard bounced back from a forgettable performance during the opening day of the Leon Brogden Holiday Tournament as the Vikings grabbed a 51-42 result over Ashley in Hanover Hall on Tuesday night.
Xavier Johnson scored 20 of his game-high 23 points in second half, while A.J. Frye paced the attack with 11 of 15 points over the opening 16 minutes of action.
The Vikings led by three after the first period and maintained a 20-17 advantage headed into the locker room. They outscored Ashley 15-9 in the third quarter as Johnson scored 14 points in the frame.
Josh Smiley led the Screaming Eagles with 15 points as the only Ashley player to finish in double figures.
Hoggard faces T.C. Williams in the third-place consolation game at 1:30 p.m. inside Trask Coliseum on Wednesday. Ashley plays Laney in the seventh-place game at 12 p.m.
T.C. Williams 53 Laney 46 (boys)
T.C. Williams used a big second half by Tavaris James to grab a 53-46 result over Laney in Hanover Hall late Tuesday afternoon.
James scored 19 of his game-high 25 points for the Titans during the final 16 minutes of action, while Fhammi Mamo and Jordan Jones chipped in with seven points apiece.
The Bucs took a one-point advantage into the second quarter and led 17-15 at the break. Marquan Miller led Laney with 14 points and Hunter Cook finished with 10 points.
James finished with five treys in the game, four of which came in the third quarter as T.C. Williams went up 35-31 headed into the final act.
Laney plays in the seventh place consolation game against Ashley/Hoggard at noon inside Trask Coliseum. T.C. Williams faces Ashey/Hoggard in the fifth place game at 1:30 p.m.
T.W. Andrews 40 Socastee 30 (girls)
Jordan Quick scored a team-high 14 points as T.W. Andrews grabbed a 40-30 victory over Socastee in the opening game on day two of the Leon Brogden Holiday Tournament.
The Red Raiders carried a 21-14 lead into the break and extended its cushion to 15 headed into the fourth quarter.
Shayla Baldwin went 7 of 9 from the free throw line and led Socastee with 14 points. Mia Angelo hit one three-pointer and closed with nine.
Jazlin Taylor helped T.W. Andrews take a 7-4 advantage after the opening eight minutes with five of her 10 points in the first quarter.
Socastee faces Florence at noon in Hanover Hall on Wednesday. T.W. Andrews looks to win back-to-back games in as many days against Ashley at 3 p.m.
Conway 67 West Florence 50 (girls)
Conway used a big third quarter push to break away from West Florence in a 67-50 triumph on Tuesday.
Led by Zakera Chadmon, five different Tigers finished in double figures. Chadmon hit a game-high 16 points, while Meme Williams and Lenaeja Evans added 11 apiece.
Conway took a 28-26 advantage into the break and outscored West Florence 17-4 over the next eight minutes to secure the result.
Danielle Robinson and Janecia Hemingway chipped in with 10 points each to round out the balanced attack. Jazyme Jackson scored team-high 11 points for West Florence.
Conway faces Laney at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday. West Florence plays Socastee in the seventh place game at noon.
Day three schedule
Finals: Cary vs. Summerville (boys) at 7:30 p.m.
Finals: Hoggard vs. New Hanover (girls) at 6 p.m.
Third-place game: New Hanover vs. Roger Bacon (boys) at 4:30 p.m.
Ashley vs. T.W. Andrews (girls) at 3 p.m.
T.C. Williams vs. Hoggard (boys) at 1:30 p.m.
Laney vs. Conway (girls) at 1:30 p.m.
Laney vs. Ashley (boys) at noon
Socastee vs. Florence (girls) at 1:30 p.m.