, 2015

Still in the postseason race,
Colonial Beach leads girls
All-Conference #43 team

by Lisa Hinton-Valdrighi

State semifinalist Colonial Beach led the picks on the All-Conference #43 girls basketball team and took the top honors with both the player and coach of the year. 

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Sydni Carey was named the player of the year and Keith Dickerson was chosen by his peers as coach of the year. 

The Lady Drifters were the Conference #43 tournament champions and were the runner-up in the Region 1A East tournament. They are scheduled to play Region 1A West champion Honaker at 2:45 p.m. Saturday, March 8, at UVA-Wise. A win there puts Colonial Beach in the state 1A championship on Saturday, March 16, in Richmond.

Carey, who helped shape the Drifters’ successful season, was also named to the all-conference first team along with Colonial Beach teammate Deniya Newman. 

Conference runner-up Northumberland filled one spot on the first team in Rajaa Shabazz and named Tylesha Crockett to the second team. 

Lancaster’s Trenae Henderson also made the first team cut and LHS teammates Sharda Beane and Aaliyah Morris-Lee were named to the second team. 

Rappahannock (Warsaw) put Selene Epps on the first team and Cedara Ashton on the second, while Rappahannock County named Kayla Robey to the second team. 

Lancaster players receiving all-academic honors are Trenae Henderson and Tala Henderson. Northumberland players named to the all-academic list are Katie Crowther, Shirleya Henry and Shabazz.

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