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Byne girls, Randolph Southern win

Photo by Scott Chancey

Photo by Scott Chancey

SHELLMAN -- The Byne Christian School girls beat Randolph Southern, 53-42, but the Patriots avenged that loss in boys action, 65-62.

In the girls game, the Lady Saints (11-5) were led by Heather Horne with 18 points, followed by Trellie Padgett (12) and Katie Phillips (11). Randolph Southern was led by Crystal McDaniel with 18, followed by Amber Boyett with eight.

The Byne boys (4-12) were led by Joshua Hughes' 25 points, followed by Casey Sanders with 20. Randolph Southern, meanwhile, was led by Tanner Stone with 20 points.

LEE SWIMMING: The Lee County swimming team won the overall competition at a meet Saturday hosted by Coffee County.

Although Lee coach Kelly Futch did not have point totals, she added the girls won their division and the boys were fifth.

"It was awesome going against 15 other teams," Futch said. "The girls scored so high in points, we were able to bring the guys' fifth-place finish to us overall being in first."

According to Futch, her girls team won eight events. Haley Kerrey won the 100 breaststroke (1:15.43), 200 free (2:22.56) and 100 free (57.33) and was on two winning relay teams -- the 400 free (4:08.8) and 200 medley (2:07.81). The Lady Trojans also won the 200 free relay (1:52.43).

Casey Schoenberger, who was on all three winning relay teams, also won the 50 free (26.21) and Madison Holcomb was first on the 500 free (6:27.66).

The Lee boys' Trey Hardison was fourth in the 500 free (6:02.33) and part of the 200 medley relay team that finished fifth (2:02.43). The Trojans also were second in the 200 free relay (1:43.74) and 400 free relay (4:01.13).

DWS WRESTLING: Knights middle-school wrestler Will Harpole was second in the 90-pound class, Reid Wright (97) was third, as was Trip Presley (103), Graham Harpole (112) and Will Roberts (170) at Trinity Christian on Saturday.

At 83 pounds, Griffin Richardson was fifth, as was Charles Crosby at 97.