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Posted: February 26, 2014

EMHS Falls 45-42 To Atlantic States

CHESAPEAKE – Guard Rachael Flores scored 22 points and hit seven 3-pointers to lead Atlantic Shores past Eastern Mennonite High School 45-42 in the first round of the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association girls’ basketball tournament Tuesday.

The Seahawks improved to 17-9; the Flames ended the season at 13-10.

Freshman forward Lauren Weaver led EMHS with 11 points.

EMHS

Waizecker 2 0-1 4, DiAgostino 2 2-2 8, Black 1 3-6 5, Melendez 2 2-5 6, Driver 1 2, ZePoli3 6, Weaver 3 4-6 11. Totals: 14 11-20 42.

ATLANTIC SHORES

Hardini 2 0-1 4, Kassack 2 6-8 11, Flores 7 1-2 22, Gancher 3 7. Totals: 14 7-11 45.

EMHS                 10  12  6  14 – 42

At. Shores         11  11  14  9 – 45

3-Pointers—EMHS 3 (DiAgostino 2, Weaver 1); A 9 (Kassack 1, Ganther 1, Flores 7). Fouls — EMHS 14; A 18.

 

Luray Girls 55, Buffalo Gap 44: Senior forward Sable Ponn had 25 points and 14 rebounds to lead Luray High School over Buffalo Gap 55-44 in a 2A East girls’ basketball regional first-round game Tuesday in Luray.

The Bulldogs improved to 21-4; Gap’s record was not available.

Sophomore guard Mk Nichols added 12 points and six assists for Luray.

The Bulldogs will host Amelia at 6 p.m. on Thursday in the regional semifinals.

 

Luray Boys 50, Wilson Memorial 40: Sophomore guard Leo Yates scored 16 points to lead Luray High School past Wilson Memorial 50-40 in the first round of the 2A East boys’ regional basketball tournament Tuesday in Luray.

The Bulldogs improved to 16-9; the Hornets dropped to 13-10.

Luray will host Prince Edward at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

 

Terps Top JMU, 13-6

HARRISONBURG – Maryland scored five runs in the fifth inning to blow past James Madison 13-6 in a non-conference college baseball game Tuesday at Veterans Memorial Park.

The Terrapins improved to 5-2; the Dukes dropped to 4-5.

Senior second baseman Conner Brown went 4-for-4 for the Dukes with two home runs.

Senior third baseman Ty McFarland, who earlier in the day was named Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Week, doubled twice and scored three runs.

Maryland                200 251 021 — 13 14 1

James Madison    202 001 010 —    6   8 1

Drossner, Morris (6), Pashuck (8), Galligan (9); Hoover, Howerton (4), Evans (5), Gunst (7), Bradshaw (8), Garner (9). W—Drossner (1-0). L—Howerton (1-1). 2B— White (2), Lowe (2), Schmit 3 (6), Rescigno 2 (3), McFarland 2 (5). HR—Brown 2 (2).



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