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 Terell Smith, PTP25.4 
 PJ Torres, PR24.6 
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 Daniel Quarles, FG9.6 
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 Terell Smith, PTP5.9 
 PJ Torres, PR5.2 
 Lance Everett, HP5.0 
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 Chris Moore, PTP2.9 
 Danny Sanders, PTP2.7 
 PJ Torres, PR2.2 
 Micheal Couvson, FG2.1 
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 McKeithan, FC3.3 
 Danny Sanders, FG2.6 
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 Stan Johnson, FC2.1 
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Savannah Storm fall in East Coast Basketball League opener - Mar 31, 2016


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For three quarters this past Saturday afternoon the Storm may have expected a sunny outcome, but Savannah couldn't generate much offense in the fourth quarter and watched the South Carolina All-Stars blow past them 116-106 at Johnson High School. Former Beach High star Greg Thomas led the Storm with 30 points in their ECBL league opener, Savannah open up a 14-point lead in the first quarter and expand it to 15 at 58-43 in the final minutes of the second quarter. South Carolina fought back with a 15-3 run midway through the third quarter and produced a decisive 16-3 spurt late in the fourth quarter That allowed an easy path to the basket for the Spartan-burg-based All-Stars and former South Carolina State star Omar Sanders, a 6-8, 220-pound center who led the Bulldogs in rebounding during the 2010-11 and 2011-12 seasons. He finished with a game-high 25 points. Devon Thomas scored 18 of his 21 points in the second half for the visitors, and Wiley Petty added 17 of his 20 after intermission. South Carolina outscored Savannah 69-48 in the second half after trailing by 11 at halftime The Storm defense struggled in the second half,' The All Stars out rebounded the Storm and got a lot of second-chance shots.' South Carolina also shot a ton of free throws, outscoring the Storm 30-10 from the line. The All-Stars had 47 free-throw attempts; Savannah just 18 Former Groves star Maurice Brown had 12 of his 17 points in the first half, and former Windsor Forest standout Ben Chisholm added 16 points off the bench. Bernard Dixon, another local who shined at Groves High and played with the Globetrotter Legends, had 13 points Ivan Vernon 14, Daryl Evans 15, Devon Thomas 21, Wiley Petty 20, Watts 5, Houser 8, Ramon 3, Omar Sanders 25, Barnes 4. SAVANNAH (106) Greg Thomas 30, Maurice Brown 17, Williams 8, Bernard Dixon 13, J.Grant 1, Hamilton 8, Jeffcoat 2, Cooley 4, Bizzard 5, Ben Chisholm 16, W. Grant 2

  




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