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Friday, February 20
Cavaliers Advance

Taylor Petty scores 29 points and helps lead the Lady Cavaliers to a 2nd round playoff win vs the Lady Rams of Westside, 60-56.  The Lady Cavaliers will travel to Columbia next week to face Spring Valley in Round III!

Great job ladies! 

Friday, February 13
Dorman host Brynes (Senior Night)

The Cavaliers closed out their home season with wins over visiting Byrnes HS.

Girls:  Dorman 65 Byrnes 46

Dorman girls finish second in region 2-AAAA.  Dorman girls will play at home in first round of play-offs on Tuesday at 7:00 pm.


Dorman 64 Byrnes 56

Dorman boys finish second in region 2-AAAA.  Dorman boys will play at home in first round of play-offs on Wednesday at 7:00 pm. 

To read the Spartanburg Herald Journals' online story by Kevin Melton, click on "GoUpstate Online

Great job Cavaliers! 

Saturday, December 27
Farm Bureau Basketball Classic Tournament

Congratulations to the Dorman boys basketball team on their tournament win against Cox Mil 68-57l.  Click on "GoUpstate" online to read the game summary by Spartanburg Herald Journal's Rudy Jones.

The Lady Cavaliers fought back but failed to overtake  Ridgeview HS losing their Tournament opener, 75-65.  Click on "GoUpstate" online to read the game summary by Spartanburg Herald Journal's Joel FitzPatrick.

To view pictures from today's game, click on "Cavalier Galleries" then select the "Basketball" section for the links. 

Tournament action will resume Monday at 10:00 am ! 

Saturday, December 20
Dorman host Boiling Springs

The Lady Cavaliers hosted the Lady Bulldogs (Boiling Springs HS) tonight winning their game 81-18 in a Region II AAAA contest.

The Boys game was a bit of a struggle, first half, but came out determined in the 2nd to put this one in the bank, winning 57-40.

Great job Cavaliers - Next - The Farm Bureau Classic starting December 27th, Saturday. 

Tuesday, December 16
Dorman at Riverside

Both the Men's and Ladies basketball teams notched Region wins tonight at Riverside, with the boys winning 65-53.  Dorman was led by Shyhem Scruggs 17 points and Carlos Dotson 13.

This Ladies won 75-42 while paced by Taylor Petty who lanched 23 points in the win.

Pictures from tonight will be posted later this week, thanks to photo friend, David Grooms. 

Tuesday, December 2
Dorman Host Northwestern

The Cavaliers hosted the Northwestern Trojans to kick of the 2014-15 regular season.  Both the girls and boys won.   Both the girls fought hard early but pulled away in the 4th quarter winning 65-40.

The boys game was "nip and tuck" from start to finish.   The 49-41 win was a battle from "tip off" to buzzer. Great job to all Cavaliers!

Pictures from tonight will be uploade to "Cavalier Galleries" in the "Basketball" section.  

Click on "GoUpstate Online" to read the Spartanburg Herald Journal's game story by Rudy Jones 

Monday, November 24
Holiday Tournament Wins

The Dorman mens' basketball team played the Wren Hurricanes in the Spartanburg Christian Impact Tournament winning, 79 to 45.   The Cavaliers will play the Laurens Raiders in the semi-finals Tuesday at Spartanburg Christian Academy.  That game will tip off at 7:00

Pictures from the game will be posted on "Cavalier Galleries" in the "Basketball" section.  


 Back at Dorman the Lady Cavaliers battled Southside in the Cavalier Classic Tournament winning their game, 63-57.  The Lady Cavaliers will also be playing tomorrow!  

 Pictures from the game will be posted on "Cavalier Galleries" in the "Basketball" section.   

Friday, July 18
Cavaliers Poised For Big Year

The Dorman girls basketball team continues to be one of the top girl’s basketball programs in the state. They won the region 2-AAAA title last year and played for the Upper State Championship with a record of 25-2.  The Lady Cavs lost seven seniors but are returning five well seasoned varsity players.  The Lady Cavaliers are lead by seniors Taylor Petty and Rebecca Hall.  Also stepping up into important roles are returners Mya Rogers and Teyanna Rogers. Taylor Petty is committed to Presbyterian College for a full basketball scholarship. She scored 1000 career points the 2nd game of her junior year.  Among her many accolades are HSSR All State, 4A All Region, and Top 5 Seniors in the state.  Coach Whiteside states, “Taylor is an unbelievable shooter from anywhere on the court. She attacks the rim and does it all!  Rebecca Hall has a good shot and finishes strong.  She is a great leader who leads by example.  She has a high basketball IQ and is scrappy and physical on defense.  Mya Rogers has a good touch around the basket.  She has a good turnaround jumper and is very intimidating on defense; blocking shots of those who challenge her. We have a good balance with our inside and outside game.  Every player on our team is an important contributor and the girls have that gel that makes basketball fun!”

The Lady Cavaliers expect an intense and competitive season this year.  The Lady Cavalier Invitational, their preseason tournament, will be very competitive hosting Woodmont, Southside, and Boiling Springs.  The Farm Bureau Classic will be the most competitive girl’s basketball in the southeast with the winners or competitors of State Championships in three states.  The region will be very tough again this season.  The 2014-2015 season will be a very wild and crazy ride but the Lady Cavaliers will be fighting to come out on top.  

Tonight, the Lady Cavaliers will be playing Southside in the Lady Cavalier Classic - gametime - 7:30pm 


The Dorman boys basketball team is looking forward to another successful season.  The Cavaliers won the Region 2-AAAA championship and finished with an overall record of 21-5 last year.  A second round play-off defeat to the eventual state runner-up Hillcrest Rams last season has the boys basketball team motivated for the 2014-15 season.

Dorman returns four starters from last year including point guard Recus Askew, wings J.J. Arcega-Whiteside and Collin Hill and post player Carlos Dotson.  Head coach Thomas Ryan expects returning seniors Nathan Alimaghan and Logan Holliday along with sophomores Zach Butler and Shyheem Scruggs to be impact players this year.  Senior Jordan Berry, a transfer from Orlando, Florida is also expected to be a contributor to this year’s squad.  The Cavaliers will have a lot of height and athleticism throughout the team.

  The Dorman boys basketball team has been picked as the pre-season number four team in the state by the South Carolina Basketball Coaches Association.  They were also picked to once again finish on top of region 2-AAAA.

 Dorman will host the Farm Bureau Classic this year on December 27 – 30.  This year’s tournament field features many of the top teams in the southeast and should be a great opportunity for upstate area fans to catch some top notch basketball during the holidays. 

Monday, November 24th, at 5:30 the Cavaliers will open their season vs. Wren HS  in the Impact Sports Invitational at Spartanburg Christian Academy


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