GIRLS BASKETBALL:

Taylor named player of the year

Lisa Hinton-Valdrighi

by Lisa Hinton-Valdrighi

Senior guard Harmony Taylor helped lead the Lancaster (LHS) varsity basketball team to a 17-4 record this season to be named the Northern Neck District’s player of the year.

Taylor and the district co-coach of the year, Joanne Webb-Fary, led Lancaster to the regular season title with a 9-1 record and a home berth in this week’s Region 1A tournament. Taylor and teammate Khalia Harding, a senior forward, were named to the all-district first team and LHS placed three on the second…


LHS girls advance in region tournament

The varsity Lady Devils advanced to the semifinals of the Region 1A basketball tournament this week with a 50-36 win over Middlesex.

A’Nijah Ball scored 10 points to lead Lancaster over the Chargers in Monday’s quarterfinal.

Abria Jackson and Jazmine Curry added nine each for the Lady Devils. Harmony Taylor finished with…


District championship slips from Lady Devils

Lisa Hinton-Valdrighi

by Lisa Hinton-Valdrighi

Lancaster (LHS) had several looks at three-pointers in the waning seconds last Friday night but didn’t take them as Rappahannock won the Northern Neck District Tournament championships game by three, 36-33.

The tournament runner-up Lady Devils, with a 17-4 overall mark and 9-1 district record, were the regular season champions and earned a home berth as a high seed in this week’s Region 1A tournament. Lancaster and Rappahannock split during the regular season with the Lady Devils winning their first meeting by three, 38-35, and Rappahannock defeating Lancaster, 55-33, in the second.

Lancaster took a 13-7 lead in the first quarter then was held to…

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