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County basketball teams ranked by SCBCA

A half dozen basketball programs from the Berkeley County School District appear in the Jan. 9 Top 10 polls released by the South Carolina Basketball Coaches Association.Stratford’s girls lead the way with the top spot in Class AAAAA for the second straight week.Goose Creek’s boys and Philip Simmons’s girls are No. 4 in Class AAAAA and Class AAA, respectively. Timberland’s girls enter the polls for the first time this season at No. 8 in Class AA. Cross’s girls are No. 9 in Class A. Cane Bay’s...

A half dozen basketball programs from the Berkeley County School District appear in the Jan. 9 Top 10 polls released by the South Carolina Basketball Coaches Association.

Stratford’s girls lead the way with the top spot in Class AAAAA for the second straight week.

Goose Creek’s boys and Philip Simmons’s girls are No. 4 in Class AAAAA and Class AAA, respectively. Timberland’s girls enter the polls for the first time this season at No. 8 in Class AA. Cross’s girls are No. 9 in Class A. Cane Bay’s boys are No. 10 in Class AAAAA, returning to the poll after falling out in December.

More basketball teams from around the Lowcountry are in the rankings, too.

Military Magnet is No. 1 in Class A girls.

Bishop England is No. 5 in Class AA girls.

Summerville is No. 7 in Class AAAAA girls, while Wando is No. 8 and Fort Dorchester No. 10.

Oceanside College is No. 2 in Class AA boys, while Woodland is No. 10.

North Charleston is No. 7 in Class AAA boys.

Complete polls below:

Class AAAAA Boys Top 10

1. Dorman

2. Conway

3. Byrnes

4. Goose Creek

5. Lexington

6. TL Hanna

7. Summerville

8. Carolina Forest

9. Hillcrest

10. Cane Bay

Class AAAAA Girls Top 10

1. Stratford

2. Woodmont

3. Spring Valley

4. Sumter

5. Clover

6. Lexington

7. Summerville

8. Wando

9. Rock Hill

10. Fort Dorchester

Class AAAA Boys Top 10

1. North Augusta

2. Lancaster

3. Irmo

4. Wilson

5. Greenville

6. Indian Land

7. Westside

8. Catawba Ridge

9. Greer

10. West Florence

Class AAAA Girls Top 10

1. South Pointe

2. North Augusta

3. Westwood

4. South Florence

5. Hartsville

6. Pickens

7. Greer

8. AC Flora

9. Bluffton

10. Catawba Ridge

Class AAA Boys Top 10

1. Crestwood

2. Orangeburg-Wilkinson

3. Chester

4. Wren

5. Marlboro County

6. Daniel

7. North Charleston

8. Clinton

9. Lake City

10. Manning

Class AAA Girls Top 10

1. Southside

2. Camden

3. Wren

4. Phillip Simmons

5. Blue Ridge

6. Crestwood

7. Lower Richland

8. Emerald

9. West Oak

10. Gilbert

Class AA Boys Top 10

1. Gray Collegiate

2. Oceanside Collegiate

3. Wade Hampton

4. Keenan

5. Strom Thurmond

6. Landrum

7. Andrew Jackson

8. Newberry

9. Abbeville

10. Woodland

Class AA Girls Top 10

1. Keenan

2. Gray Collegiate

3. Andrew Jackson

4. Silver Bluff

5. Bishop England

6. Barnwell

7. Kingstree

8. Timberland

9. Chesterfield

10. Columbia

Class A Boys Top 10

1. Great Falls

2. Scott’s Branch

3. Christ Church

4. High Point Academy

5. Denmark-Olar

6. North

7. Southside Christian

8. Hannah-Pamlico

9. Johnsonville

10. Calhoun County

Class A Girls Top 10

1. Military Magnet

2. Denmark-Olar

3. High Point Academy

4. Lake View

5. Christ Church

6. Carvers Bay

7. Calhoun Falls

8. McBee

9. Cross

10. Latta

Summerville’s Tucker notches 300th career victory in wrestling

Summerville High School wrestling coach Darryl Tucker achieved a coaching milestone on Jan. 10, earning his 300th career victory as the head coach of the Green Wave.Tucker reached the monumental win with his team’s victory over Timberland as part of a four-team match at Hanahan High School. Tucker got win No. 298 over Hanahan and No. 299 with a win over Military Magnet.“It’s special, really special,” said Tucker, a graduate of Summerville and former wrestler and baseball player at the school from 1989-93...

Summerville High School wrestling coach Darryl Tucker achieved a coaching milestone on Jan. 10, earning his 300th career victory as the head coach of the Green Wave.

Tucker reached the monumental win with his team’s victory over Timberland as part of a four-team match at Hanahan High School. Tucker got win No. 298 over Hanahan and No. 299 with a win over Military Magnet.

“It’s special, really special,” said Tucker, a graduate of Summerville and former wrestler and baseball player at the school from 1989-93. “To be able to accomplish this at Summerville, the place I grew up and competed myself as an athlete, makes it really special. I’m proud to be able to continue on the long tradition of success that was established before me.”

Tucker was a part of two state championship teams (1992-93) was a wrestler for coach Steve LaPrad, now the head football coach at Fort Dorchester. He also spent six years as an assistant under Kenny Walker while the Green Wave won four state championships. Tucker took over as head coach for the 2008-09 season.

“I’ve been very fortunate,” Tucker said. “Steve LaPrad, the best there ever was. Then having the opportunity to coach under Kenny Walker and I learned so much from him. It goes back to the roots, instilling those values and keeping the program moving forward.”

Summerville has reached the state finals twice under Tucker, losing to Rock Hill in 2013-14 and falling to Hillcrest in 2020-21. Tucker’s goal is to hoist the championship trophy as a head coach.

“I would trade all 300 wins for a state championship,” the coach said. “If winning championships was easy, everyone would have one. But it is a goal. We are going to stay the course and continue to do things the right way. If it’s meant to be, it will happen.”

Summerville is currently ranked fifth in the latest Class AAAAA state rankings by scmat.com. Other Charleston-area teams ranked in Class AAAAA include Cane Bay (seventh), Goose Creek (17th), Ashley Ridge (18th) and Fort Dorchester (19th).

In Class AAAA, Lucy Beckham is ranked 10th and James Island is ranked 18th. Hanahan is ranked ninth in Class AAA, followed by Philip Simmons at No. 10.

In the AA/A rankings, Timberland is ranked seventh and Bishop England is eighth. Cross is ranked ninth, followed by Academic Magnet at No. 18 and Military Magnet at No. 19.

Togami headed to USC

Wando High pole vaulter Hannah Togami will be taking her talents to the University of South Carolina next year. She is the two-time defending state champion in Class AAAAA. Togami also was a second-team All-Lowcountry selection in volleyball this past season.

David Shelton’s Lowcountry Top 10

Boys Basketball

1. Summerville

2. Goose Creek

3. Oceanside Collegiate

4. First Baptist

5. Cane Bay

6. Porter-Gaud

7. Woodland

8. Ashley Ridge

9. Lucy Beckham

10. James Island

Girls Basketball

1. Stratford

2. Philip Simmons

3. Summerville

4. Military Magnet

5. Fort Dorchester

6. Cane Bay

7. Northwood Academy

8. Stall

9. Timberland

10. James Island

S.C. Basketball Coaches Association Polls

Class AAAAA Boys Top 10

1. Dorman

2. Conway

3. Byrnes

4. Goose Creek

5. Lexington

6. TL Hanna

7. Summerville

8. Carolina Forest

9. Hillcrest

10. Cane Bay

Class AAAAA Girls Top 10

1. Stratford

2. Woodmont

3. Spring Valley

4. Sumter

5. Clover

6. Lexington

7. Summerville

8. Wando

9. Rock Hill

10. Fort Dorchester

Class AAAA Boys Top 10

1. North Augusta

2. Lancaster

3. Irmo

4. Wilson

5. Greenville

6. Indian Land

7. Westside

8. Catawba Ridge

9. Greer

10. West Florence

Class AAAA Girls Top 10

1. South Pointe

2. North Augusta

3. Westwood

4. South Florence

5. Hartsville

6. Pickens

7. Greer

8. AC Flora

9. Bluffton

10. Catawba Ridge

Class AAA Boys Top 10

1. Crestwood

2. Orangeburg-Wilkinson

3. Chester

4. Wren

5. Marlboro County

6. Daniel

7. North Charleston

8. Clinton

9. Lake City

10. Manning

Class AAA Girls Top 10

1. Southside

2. Camden

3. Wren

4. Phillip Simmons

5. Blue Ridge

6. Crestwood

7. Lower Richland

8. Emerald

9. West Oak

10. Gilbert

Class AA Boys Top 10

1. Gray Collegiate

2. Oceanside Collegiate

3. Wade Hampton

4. Keenan

5. Strom Thurmond

6. Landrum

7. Andrew Jackson

8. Newberry

9. Abbeville

10. Woodland

Class AA Girls Top 10

1. Keenan

2. Gray Collegiate

3. Andrew Jackson

4. Silver Bluff

5. Bishop England

6. Barnwell

7. Kingstree

8. Timberland

9. Chesterfield

10. Columbia

Class A Boys Top 10

1. Great Falls

2. Scott’s Branch

3. Christ Church

4. High Point Academy

5. Denmark-Olar

6. North

7. Southside Christian

8. Hannah-Pamlico

9. Johnsonville

10. Calhoun County

Class A Girls Top 10

1. Military Magnet

2. Denmark-Olar

3. High Point Academy

4. Lake View

5. Christ Church

6. Carvers Bay

7. Calhoun Falls

8. McBee

9. Cross

10. Latta

'Awww, for the future Mr. and Mrs. Maw'

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) — Let me be frank. When I heard the name and saw the face of Cody Maw on social media this weekend, I immediately thought, “pretty good pitcher at Cane Bay and CSU. I did not think, “modern-day Romeo," and maybe, I should have.They are the All-American, All-Lowcountry Couple-- Cody Maw and Madison Jenkins.“Known each other since high school. Been together for a little over eight years,” says Cody. He's a crafty lefty, and she is on track to ace her nursing boards....

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) — Let me be frank. When I heard the name and saw the face of Cody Maw on social media this weekend, I immediately thought, “pretty good pitcher at Cane Bay and CSU. I did not think, “modern-day Romeo," and maybe, I should have.

They are the All-American, All-Lowcountry Couple-- Cody Maw and Madison Jenkins.

“Known each other since high school. Been together for a little over eight years,” says Cody. He's a crafty lefty, and she is on track to ace her nursing boards. They always knew that a future would be on deck together, but the only question was when and where to pop the question. “Even her dad thought it would be on the baseball (field) or slow-pitch softball. But I had a time frame I wanted to do it, and I think she was getting antsy,” says Maw.

What better way to ring in the new year than with a shiny new ring on the rink? “We went to a game a few months back, and she loved it. I said this could work pretty well.”

“He told me that he volunteered us to play a game on the ice, the whole time, I was thinking, oh gosh. I was more worried about falling in front of everybody and how I was going to look on the house. I went through I don’t know how many outfits—I went for jeans and a tee shirt 'cause that’s my usual,” says Jenkins, a Cane Bay, and Trident Tech grad.

The question is, did he worry there could be a “no” on the ice? “I was not worried about a no. That was the good part. I was worried about the fall. I was telling them not to do anything strenuous with the shopping cart, she had some support.”

The game set up with the Stingrays is fixed. The question was completely real. “I was speechless. They asked me to look at the jumbotron to see my prize. At first, I couldn’t see out the helmet--- I moved it out the way, looked up, and was in shock. I said oh goodness, it means he was behind me, and I had to look for him.”

They aren’t sure when the wedding will be, but for now, ice cold, aaawww, for the future, Mr. and Mrs. Maw.

Vote Now: Who should be this week's SBLive South Carolina High School Athlete of the Week (Dec. 26-31)?

Here are the candidates for SBLive’s South Carolina High School Athlete of the Week for Dec. 26-31 as nominated by fans, readers and SBLive’s staff. Read through the nominees and cast your vote at the bottom of the page. Voting will conclude on Sunday, Jan. 8 at 11:59 p.m. and the winner will be announced Monday, Jan. 9. If you would like to nominate an athlete, please email athleteoftheweek@scorebooklive.com...

Here are the candidates for SBLive’s South Carolina High School Athlete of the Week for Dec. 26-31 as nominated by fans, readers and SBLive’s staff. Read through the nominees and cast your vote at the bottom of the page. Voting will conclude on Sunday, Jan. 8 at 11:59 p.m. and the winner will be announced Monday, Jan. 9. If you would like to nominate an athlete, please email athleteoftheweek@scorebooklive.com or tag us on Twitter or Instagram at @sblivesc.

THIS WEEK’S SOUTH CAROLINA ATHLETE OF THE WEEK NOMINEES

Editor’s note: Our Athlete of the Week feature and corresponding poll is intended to be fun, and we do not set limits on how many times a fan can vote during the competition. However, we do not allow votes that are generated by script, macro or other automated means. Athletes that receive votes by script, macro or other automated means will be disqualified.

Jordan Frazier, Cardinal Newman, Boys Basketball

The 6-foot-1 senior guard scored 27 points to go along with 6 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 steals in an 83-55 win over Seaforth (N.C.). He also scored 13 points and 5 steals in a 57-52 loss to Concord (N.C.) Academy.

Alexis Jacobs, Ben Lippen, Girls Basketball

Jacobs posted a double-double of 21 points and 15 rebounds in a 49-31 win over Cambridge Academy. In addition, she scored 20 points and got 10 rebounds in a 50-23 win over Richard Winn Academy.

Jacquez Dash-Drayton, Porter-Gaud, Boys Basketball

A 6-foot-7 center, Dash-Drayton was named to the all-tournament team in the Lowcountry Roundball tournament. Dash-Drayton scored 18 points in a 55-47 win over Fort Dorchester.

Brandon Crawford, Irmo, Boys Basketball

Crawford scored 21 points and blocked 3 shots as Irmo beat Butler 80-65 to win the Mountaineer Classic. The 6-foot-9 senior was named MVP.

Braysen Stockman, Ben Lippen, Boys Basketball

Stockman scored 20 points as the Falcons beat Ridge Spring-Monetta 65-43 in the Panther Classic.

Lawson Wade, Richard Winn Academy, Boys Basketball

The 6-foot-6 post player had 18 points, 10 rebounds, 5 blocked shots and 4 steals in a 57-14 rout of Ragin Prep.

Tamya Hutchinson, Hilton Head Christian, Girls Basketball

A 5-foot-4 junior point guard, Hutchinson is averaging 19.4 points, 8.2 rebounds, 5.1 assists and 3.7 steals.

Denver Mathis, Fort Dorchester, Girls Basketball

The 5-foot-10 senior is averaging 13.8 points and 13.4 rebounds. She has been in double figures for rebounding every game.

Alaina Nettles, Cane Bay, Girls Basketball

Nettles, a 5-foot-7 senior, is averaging 19.0 points, 8.9 rebounds, 6.3 steals and 3.7 assists.

All-star football wraps up with High School Blitz Junior Showcase

Ashley Ridge, Fort Dorchester and Summerville had athletes selected to participate in the state’s final all-star football game of the 2022-23 school year.Ashley Ridge wide receiver Derrick Salley and defensive back Nik Jefferson, Summerville receiver Yannick Smith and Fort Dorchester receiver Darius Bailem and lineman Ty’Rik Deas were all named to the East All-stars roster for the third annual High School Blitz Junior Showcase scheduled for noon Jan. 15 at Brookland Cayce High School. Ashley Ridge’s Shane Fidler is t...

Ashley Ridge, Fort Dorchester and Summerville had athletes selected to participate in the state’s final all-star football game of the 2022-23 school year.

Ashley Ridge wide receiver Derrick Salley and defensive back Nik Jefferson, Summerville receiver Yannick Smith and Fort Dorchester receiver Darius Bailem and lineman Ty’Rik Deas were all named to the East All-stars roster for the third annual High School Blitz Junior Showcase scheduled for noon Jan. 15 at Brookland Cayce High School. Ashley Ridge’s Shane Fidler is the head coach for the team, which is comprised of athletes from high schools in the southeastern part of the state representing the Class of 2024 who are considered to be the cream of the crop for their position. The event pits them up against their counterparts from the northwestern part of the state and is designed to both showcase players’ skills and to provide them with a unique experience that can foster development.

“That group gives Dorchester School District Two great representation,” Fidler said. “I’ve been looking forward to coaching all those guys as well as some great talent from other schools. Our team includes guys from Woodland, Cane Bay and Goose Creek as well as guys from places such as Myrtle Beach, Florence and Beaufort. It’s a chance for everyone to have fun and celebrate our game and the Class of 2024. We’ve put a lot of planning into it, had a lot of zoom meetings and stuff. As soon as our season was over we started putting our plan together.”

The all-star game was formerly played in mid-December, but was moved to mid-January because that falls during a period when college coaches and recruiters are allowed more interaction with high school players.

Fidler had a diverse group of coaches help him prepare for the event. Joining him on the staff for the East are Eric Bendig (Philip Simmons), Brooks Burnette (Woodland), De’Angelo Bryant (Silver Bluff), Jarvis Littlejohn (Denmark-Olar), Amondre Johnson (Waccamaw), Jacob Poston (Ashley Ridge) and Ron Baker (Lake City).

High School Blitz also partnered with the South Carolina Army National Guard to host the fourth annual High School Blitz Senior Bowl all-star game Dec. 31 at Brookland Cayce High School. Ashley Ridge linebacker TJ Wilson and lineman Jacob McDaniels helped the East All-stars win that game 20-7. Wilson received the Linebackers MVP Award.

“He played extremely well,” Fidler said. “I think he made 12 tackles and it was good to see him healthy again after he was injured near the end of our season. He already has a couple of offers so we are hoping he gets the opportunity to play college football.”

The senior all-star game provides some of the same opportunities as the junior showcase.

“It’s great for the guys to get to compete against players they may not see during the season, guys they may see on the camp circuit in the summer or read about on Twitter,” Fidler said. “It gives them a chance to connect with others, including some who they might play with at the college level. It gives them the chance to start building relationships and to compete against guys from the various classifications.”

Because athletes are selected from across all classifications in the state, the all-star events give players from Class A and AA programs the chance to compete against, and with, players from the 3A, 4A and 5A programs. For some, the all-star games may be their only opportunity to see firsthand how they compete against those athletes before they reach the college ranks.

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