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McBee Boys’ basketball Team Working Hard, Boyle names To HSSR All-State football Team

From Staff Reports

McBee—As of January 25 the boys’ basketball team at McBee was 2-8 and hoping for some elate season success to earn a spot in the upcoming Class A playoffs.

The top three scorers on the team at the mid-point of the season are small forward C.J Ponds averaging 10.1 points a game and small forward Cole Brigman is at 10.1 points and 7.3 rebounds a game. 6-9 center Devon Bristow continues to get better and he is averaging 12 points, 19 rebounds, one steal, two assists and 8 blocks a game.

“We have played hard in each and every game, but turnovers are hurting our chances for success,” said head coach Patrick Cook. “This has been a great season to coach, even though our record does not indicate just hard we have worked.”

Coach Cook said Bristow is getting some small college looks and that this Big man is getting better all the time. “He really moves well, and I am hoping he gets the opportunity to play at the next level,” said Coach Cook.

The HSSR would like to congratulate McBee athlete Brady Boyle for being selected to the HSSR Class A all-state team as an athlete. The hard-working junior played multiple positions on both sides of the football this past season. Boyle will be honored at the 33rd annual HSSR all-state awards banquet for football at Seawall’s in Columbia on Sunday February 16th at 4 p.m.

Boyle has heard from many smaller colleges, but Wake Forest has got involved in the past few weeks. Boyle was also named the NETC Student Athlete of the Month for December. See his feature article elsewhere in this publication.  

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