In The Red Zone: Will We Play In December?

Monday, February 18, 2013

County Teams 2-2 in Postseason Games Monday....

Sarah Parsons poured in 27 points while Patrick Henry grad freshman Katie Anderson added 18 as Randolph-Macon upset Roanoke on the road Monday night 72-64 to advance to the quarterfinals of the ODAC Women's Basketball Tournament.

Hannah Livermon had 8 points, Lauren Vugteveen had 7, while the fourth freshman, Khajae Hester went four-for-four in a critical late-game stretch to hold off and eliminate the Maroons.

Randolph-Macon improves to 6-20 and next plays Guilford on Thursday at 6pm at Salem Civic Center. The Jackets lost at Guilford in their lone meeting of the season, 69-57.

HIGH SCHOOL:

Summer Price led the way with 25 points as Patrick Henry held off a fourth quarter Petersburg surge to eliminate the Lady Waves from the Central Region Tournament, 47-39 in Ashland.  The Patriots, now 21-5, must next face the team that ended their season a year ago, the Cosby Titans, on the road Tuesday night in Chesterfield.

Cosby opened their tournament by disposing of Atlee, 91-34. The Raiders' season ended tonight, but not before earning seven district wins, an 11-11 record, and seeing Stephanie Staples reach the 1,000 point mark for her Raider career!

The lone county boys team in the Central Region Tourney, the Hanover Hawks, fell on the road to L.C. Bird 95-65, eliminating the Hawks and concluding their season.

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