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Timberland High School
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St. Stephen – With the state postseason just around the corner, the Timberland High wrestling team is gearing up for a big run once the state duals and individual playoffs arrive.

The Wolves are one of the state’s top AA teams this season, ranked sixth in the latest AA/A rankings as compiled by scmat.com. Timberland also has several individual wrestlers who should make a strong run at gold in the individual state tournament later in February.

Dwayne Ford is wrestling at 106 pounds this season. Lee Gaskins competes at 120 and Logan Kinard is wrestling at 126.

Ethan Dawson wrestles in the 132-pound weight class and Jarred Litchfield is working at 138. Roman Wadford was a state qualifier last season and is wrestling at 145 pounds.

Cameron Hawkins wrestles at 220 pounds and Roderick Sumpter is the heavyweight.

Basketball update

The Timberland basketball teams are hoping to finish strong and earn a spot in the AA Lower State playoffs but both teams need to gain some traction quickly.

The girls team is 0-2 in region 6-AA play and just 1-11 overall this season. Junior Camryn Salters is posting solid numbers, averaging 9.1 points and 6.9 rebounds per game.

Junior Kyla Rembert is adding 8.2 points, 5.6 rebounds and 3.4 steals per contest while seventh-grader Zion Prioleau has managed nearly five points per game in her playing opportunity.

The boys team is 4-13 overall and also 0-2 in region 6-AA with losses to Oceanside Collegiate and North Charleston. Timberland has suffered five losses this season by five points or less.

Senior Jaleen Richardson is the team’s leading scorer at 9.4 points per game. Junior Keshaun Rivers is adding 8.2 points and sophomore Lyric Evans is averaging 7.0 points per contest. Junior Jamaal McKinney is the top rebounder at 5.7 boards per game. Rivers pulls down 5.3 rebounds per game and freshman Omari Jenkins is good for 5.1 caroms per contest.


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