, 2014

Courtside, LHS girls
teams beat W&L
and take a beating
from Colonial Beach

by Lisa Hinton-Valdrighi

Lancaster opened Northern Neck District play with a 47-22 win over Washington & Lee last Tuesday, then fell to Colonial Beach, 51-19, last Thursday in varsity girls basketball.

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Aloni Scott scored 14 points, including 10 in the first half as Lancaster jumped to a 26-5 lead over W&L and cruised to the win.

The Devils got eight points from Scott in the first quarter, more than the Lady Eagles scored in the first half. Sharda Bean, who also finished in double digits for Lancaster with 11 points, added six in the first quarter when the Devils opened with a 19-4 run.

Lancaster held W&L to a lone free throw by Armani Henry. Sasha Adams had a field goal and Teondra Brooks two free throws for all of the Eagles’ scoring in the first quarter. Brooks finished with 12 points to lead W&L.

Trenae Henderson added eight for Lancaster.

Colonial Beach 51

Lancaster 19

The Devils had a slow first half against Colonial Beach, scoring four points in the first quarter and allowing the Drifters to blow the contest open with a 22-3 run in the second.

Henderson scored a bucket and the Devils got a free throw each from Beane and Scott in a low-scoring first quarter for both teams.

Colonial Beach held an 8-4 lead after one, then exploded for 22 points in the second quarter and held Lancaster to a field goal by Scott and a free throw by Henderson to take a 30-7 lead at the break.

Henderson was the only shooter in double digits for Lancaster with 11 points. Scott finished with five.

All nine Colonial Beach players scored with Billie Gould turning in the game-high 13 points and Alexia Wilson adding 10.

The Lady Devils will travel to Rappahannock tonight (January 16) and host Middlesex Saturday, January 18.

In JV games, Lancaster split in its district opening week, beating Washington & Lee, 27-21, and falling to Colonial Beach, 37-27.

In the Northern Neck opener against W&L, Lancaster overcame a three-point first quarter deficit and went on a 10-2 run to take a 15-10 lead at the half.

Jasmin Tomlin scored six of Lancaster’s 15 in the first-half and finished with eight to lead the team. Tyler Martin, Kevilyn Harcum, Skylar Henderson and Khanija Waters all finished with four.

Colonial Beach 37

Lancaster 27

Nia Curry did most of her work in the first half while Henderson put in her best efforts early and late for Lancaster against Colonial Beach. Curry scored eight of her nine in the first half, including six in the second quarter. Harcum also finished with nine points for the Lady Devils. She scored four in the first quarter and five in the fourth.

Tomlin added seven for LHS.

Colonial Beach took a 10-4 lead in the first quarter and held a 19-12 lead at the half before going on a 9-4 run in the third to seal the win.

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