, 2014

Lady Devils start their district
run on even keel, 1-1

by Lisa Hinton-Valdrighi

Lancaster got off to a 1-1 start in Northern Neck District varsity girls basketball last week.

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Arkasia Sutton presses Washington & Lee’s Kendawana Fulcher during a varsity girls game. Photo by Lisa Hinton-Valdrighi

The Lady Devils got a 25-point effort from Sharda Beane and had nine shooters score to whip Washington & Lee, 72-30, in their district opener.

Lancaster went on a 9-0 run to go up 15-6 on the Eagles in the first quarter, then outscored the visitors 18-4 to open the second quarter to take a 33-10 lead. The Devils held a 35-19 lead at the half and finished strong with a 23-6 fourth quarter. Aleyah Davenport and Beane scored six points each in the fourth and Arkasia Sutton chipped in five.

Aaliyah Morris-Lee contributed 10 points on the night for Lancaster, while Shamerah Taylor and Davenport scored eight apiece.

Karley Inscoe scored 21 points and led three double-digit scorers for Colonial Beach last Thursday when the Drifters edged the Lady Devils, 55-46.

Colonial Beach held a two-point lead, 16-14, after the first quarter then gradually pulled away for a 29-23 halftime lead. Lancaster kept it close in the second, giving up two unanswered points in the third and only one in the fourth, but couldn’t close the gap.

The Lady Devils, who are 11-3 overall, will host Rappahannock tonight (January 17) and Northumberland next Tuesday, January 22.

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