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Ashley Hall standout Litsa Darby is one of only two girls from the Palmetto State who were named All-American by

Darby, who signed to play for the University of South Carolina, was The Post and Courier's player of the year as well.

Darby played a key role in her team's success the past four years. She ran the offense as a 5-1 setter, and her career won/loss record was 162-19 as she accumulated 3,884 career assists. She led the Panthers to two state championships and two state runners-up efforts.

Kylie Haun of Hillcrest was also named All-American. The organization named 150 girls from across the nation as All-Americans.

Julia McAvoy, a junior who led Porter-Gaud to its second straight SCISA Class AAA state title, received high honorable mention.

One to go

The Bishop England girls basketball team is a win away from its first perfect record in regular season play.

The Bishops pounded Garrett Tech, 78-20, Friday night to improve to 22-0, including 11-0 in Region 6-AA heading into Thursday's regular season finale against Academic Magnet.

The Bishops, who have won four straight Region 6-AA titles, have outscored opponents 1,575-731 and have three players scoring in doubles figures. Amber Corbett leads the way with 13.5 points per game, Michele Boykin averages 12.9 and Mary Harriet Moore 11.7.

20 wins again

The Wando boys basketball team reached 20 victories for the second straight season with a 56-40 victory over James Island on Friday night.

The victory gave the Warriors a 20-2 record, including 7-0 in Region 7-AAAA play, and their second straight region title.

Wando hosts Summerville on Tuesday night.

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