Lady Bruins win, stay unbeaten in region

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LHS girls zap York

By The Staff

The Lancaster Lady Bruins ignited in the second period to roll to a 62-23 Region III-AAAA road win over York on Tuesday, Jan. 21.
LHS, up 15-6 after a period of play, took control in the second quarter with a 21-6 surge to gain a 36-12 lead at the break.
Senior Aliyah Davis, who netted 12 points, tallied seven in the pivotal second period when Lancaster took control on the way to the 39-point win. Davis also had three steals in the game.
LHS senior guard Kyia Hough, who led LHS, 10-4, 7-0, with 13 points, hit nine first-half points to boost the winners. Phoebe Johnson, who hit 10 points in the first period, added 10 rebounds and two blocked shots.
“We had a good, solid effort all the way around,” LHS girls assistant coach Dwayne Robinson said. “We rebounded well, played good defense and had four solid quarters which is what we will need each time we take the floor.”
Hough’s effort included five assists and two steals. Keyotta Garris had seven points and five boards.
Mia Flowers scored six points and had eight rebounds for the LHS girls, who led 46-21 after three periods.
Kenyatta Robertson netted six points and grabbed four rebounds. Alexis Williams had four points, four rebounds and a blocked shot.
Kaliya Jackson had three points and two steals. Amirah Steward had a point and four assists.
Hayden Thorne supplied nine rebounds, two blocked shots and two assists in a solid floor game.
In the boys’ game, York earned a split with a 75-55 win over the Bruins, who fell to 6-12, 0-7.
York built a 41-33 lead at the half and steadily pulled away for the 20-point region victory.
Deshaw Andrews paced the Cougars with 32 points, 16 in each half. Daurice Simpson scored 16.
Deuce Dunlap and Keont’e Mack each netted 14 points to pace the Bruins. Dunlap drained three treys.
Nehemiah McGriff hit 10 points and Calvin Crawford scored eight for the Bruins.
Lewis Johnson tallied four and Keifon Cogdell scored three points.
Taron Heath finished with two points for Lancaster.
York aided its win, netting 20 of 25 foul shots. Lancaster made nine of 15 at the foul stripe.
Lancaster returns home Friday, Jan. 24 when it faces Northwestern. The girls game tips off at 6:30 p.m., with the boys game to follow at 8.