T&D REGION SPORTS: Clarendon Hall girls get one

BLACKVILLE – Clarendon Hall School picked up its second region win of the season on Tuesday with a come-from-behind win at Jefferson Davis Academy.

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Whitney Avins paced the Lady Saints with 20 points, while Amberly Way added 13 points. The Raiders were led by Kierston Phillips with 13 points.

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BLACKVILLE – The Clarendon Hall JV Saints picked up a road win on Tuesday, led by Nathan Carlisle, Brantley Hodge and Lowden Olsen with 6 points each. Kole Elliott and Michael Josey added 4 points each. JDA was led by Seth Ray with 16 points.

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SUMTER – The B-Team Indians picked up a road win at Thomas Sumter on Wednesday, with Brayden Gramling, Harris Holstein and Jody Gillam leading the way with 6 points each. Jack Laird and Jay Plummer accounted for 4 points each and Xavier Ravenell added 3 points. The Indians host Laurence Manning on Thursday at 6 p.m.

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Reggae Girl Chrisann Chambers hopes to make the most of second chances

Twenty-two-year-old Chrisann Chambers missed out on a chance to play for Jamaica’s Reggae Girls during the recent CONCACAF Women Championships in the United States.

Now in Nottingham, England, with the Jamaican women’s team, Chambers wants to make the most of the opportunity stake a claim in the squad for next year’s World Cup. The Reggae Girls will play against the Nottingham Forest Women on Sunday in celebration of 70 years of Windrush.

‘The level of competition that the Nottingham ladies will give us will be a good test. They have very good training facilities and they are training regularly,’ she said, explaining that she plans to work on aspects of her game that are in need of improvement.