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Quality Sweeps 3-Day Basketball Tourney

2024-01-02

Quality Education Academy of Winston-Salem, N.C., swept the 37th Annual Pepsi Carolina Classic presented by South Carolina Federal Credit Union held at West Florence High School last week in both the boys and girls divisions. Proceeds from the tournament benefit Boys & Girls Clubs of the Pee Dee Area.

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Quality Education Academy girls defeated Wilson 48-33 for the Girls Championship Title at the 37th Annual Pepsi Carolina ClassicPhoto byBoys & Girls Clubs of the Pee Dee Area

In the Girls Championship, Quality Education Academy defeated Wilson 48-33 with Quality’s Danasia Horne #2 named MVP.

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Quality Education Academy boys defeated North Augusta 57-47 for the Boys Championship Title at the 37th Annual Pepsi Carolina ClassicPhoto byBoys & Girls Clubs of the Pee Dee Area

In the Boys Championship, Quality Education Academy defeated North Augusta 57-47 with Quality’s Jermaurhiyun Anderson #1 named MVP.

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Earning All Star Honors at the 37th Annual Pepsi Carolina Classic presented by South Carolina Federal Credit UnionPhoto byBoys & Girls Clubs of the Pee Dee Area

All Star Teams

For the Girls Division

  • Trinity Collegiate’s Makayla Leggette #0
  • Lake View’s Jaleya Ford #1
  • Wilson’s Logan Murray #15
  • Quality’s Jazlyn Harris #23
  • Quality’s Danasia Horne #2 – MVP

For the Boys Division

  • Marion’s Jamarius Williams #3
  • Wilson’s Josh Lenoard #23
  • North Augusta’s Jordan Rouse #1
  • Quality’s Da’Mori Lytch #3
  • Crestwood’s Shannon Davis #2
  • Quality’s Jermaurhiyun Anderson #1 – MVP

The three days of competitive basketball gives a respite to the holidays, all while raising funds for Boys & Girls Clubs of the Pee Dee Area. The Clubs support thousands of children each year receive the encouragement, character-building skills, safety, nutrition, and positive influence needed to succeed in school and in life. The Clubs serve more than 3,500+ youth each year in Florence, Hartsville, Hemingway, Lake City, Pamplico, and Timmonsville.

Here are a few of the impacts:

  • 88% of Club members’ teachers say Club members’ behavior has improved;
  • 97% of Club members’ parents say their children learned how to set goals;
  • 85% of Club members’ parents say Club services help them hold a job; and
  • 88% of Club members’ teachers notice Club members care more about learning.

Enjoy some family time over the holidays and help build GREAT FUTURES in our community!


Pepsi Carolina Classic Scores

  • Game 1 – South Florence 65, Marion 66
  • Game 2 – West Florence 50, Quality Education Academy 84
  • Game 3 – North Augusta 63, Crestwood 62
  • Game 4 – Wilson 64, Trinity Collegiate 61
  • Game 5 – South Florence 79, West Florence 42
  • Girls Game 1 – Trinity Collegiate 35, Quality Education Academy 47
  • Game 6 – Crestwood 81, Trinity Collegiate 74
  • Girls Game 2 – Wilson 61, Lake View 45
  • Game 7 – Marion 50, Quality Education Academy 88
  • Game 8 – North Augusta 71, Wilson 64 *Overtime
  • Game 9 – West Florence 47, Trinity Collegiate 42
  • Third Place Boys Game – Marion 55, Wilson 61
  • Third Place Girls Game – Trinity Collegiate 68, Lake View 26
  • Consolation Bracket Boys Championship – South Florence 74, Crestwood 75
  • Girls Championship – Quality Education Academy 48, Wilson 33
  • Boys Championship – Quality Education Academy 57, North Augusta 47



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