NSU women lose to N.C. Central 63-53 in home finale
PilotOnline.com / Thu, 06 Mar 2014 20:31:48 -0500
NORFOLK Jessica Freeman scored 22 points Thursday at Echols Hall to lead North Carolina Central to a 63-53 MEAC women's basketball win over Norfolk State in the regular-season finale for both teams. Logan Powell scored 16 points for the Spartans (12-15, 8-8), who will open the league tournament at Scope at 4 p.m. Monday as the No. 6 seed against 11th-seeded Maryland Eastern Shore.
George Wythe defeats Spotswood 84-80
TimesDispatch.com / Thu, 06 Mar 2014 20:16:00 -0500
The George Wythe Bulldogs finished 2012-13 with a record of 6-15. Their season came to a close in the quarterfinals of the Dominion District tournament.
Boys hoops | Maury handles Henrico for 5A South title
PilotOnline.com / Thu, 06 Mar 2014 00:02:11 -0500
PORTSMOUTH Maury came into the Group 5A South Region championship game shorthanded after learning that 6-foot-6 center Shyheim Draughan's season was over because of a broken kneecap. "We knew with Shyheim not playing that we had to step up, particularly on the boards," Maury coach Jack Baker said of Draughan, the team's leading rebounder and shot blocker.
Girls hoops | Princess Anne captures region crown
PilotOnline.com / Wed, 05 Mar 2014 23:53:59 -0500
PORTSMOUTH Justyce Swango was herself again. She wasn't last week in a victory over Maury, just a day after her grandmother died of breast cancer. But a day after the funeral, she was back on track - running the point for Princess Anne to near perfection in a decisive 74-52 victory over Highland Springs to capture the first 5A South Region girls basketball title.
Basketball | All-Group 4A South Region teams
PilotOnline.com / Wed, 05 Mar 2014 23:27:03 -0500
Boys basketball (Voted upon by coaches) Player of the year: Troy Locke, Norcom Coach of the year: Leon Goolsby, Norcom First team Troy Locke, Norcom; Romello Anderson, Heritage; Devon Oakley, Nansemond River; Joey Miller, Grafton; Grayson Midulla, Glen Allen; Marcellis Perkins, Deep Creek; Korey Turner, Midlothian; Tony Parker, Norcom; Scott Spencer, Nansemond River. Second team
ODU women beat ECU to claim fifth straight victoryPage 4 of 81 pages « First < 2 3 4 5 6 > Last »
PilotOnline.com / Wed, 05 Mar 2014 23:20:04 -0500
NORFOLK In mid-February, the Old Dominion women's basketball team looked dead in the water. The Lady Monarchs were 11-14, had lost two in a row and faced trips to Texas and Florida. Three weeks later, ODU is one of the hottest teams heading into next week's Conference USA tournament.
This Penny hasn’t lost his luster for NSU
PilotOnline.com / Wed, 05 Mar 2014 22:57:38 -0500
NORFOLK Pendarvis Williams is eighth in the MEAC in scoring, ninth in field-goal percentage, 12th in assists per game and sixth in minutes played. But inarguably, he leads the league in expectations. Williams, a Norfolk State senior guard, is the reigning MEAC Player of the Year. He's averaging 15.7 points per game, which doesn't even lead his own team.
ODU’s Larsen gets one more night in the spotlight
PilotOnline.com / Wed, 05 Mar 2014 22:40:59 -0500
NORFOLK A 30-minute chat with Old Dominion's Anton Larsen strays from basketball and touches in quick succession on the differences in the regulatory climates in the United States and the European Union, the effect of the expansion of the Panama Canal on the local port and even the crisis in Ukraine.
Boys hoops | Maury wins Group 5A South Region title
PilotOnline.com / Wed, 05 Mar 2014 21:54:53 -0500
PORTSMOUTH Maury won its first region title since 2003 with a 61-49 victory over Henrico to win the Group 5A South Region title. The victory means the Commodores don't have to drive to Northern Virginia on Saturday but instead they play at Old Dominion University against Potomac.
H.S. update | Wednesday’s results, box scores
PilotOnline.com / Wed, 05 Mar 2014 21:18:41 -0500
Boys basketball Group 5A South Region final Maury 61, Henrico 49 HENRICO (21-6): Clarke 4, English 2, Pearson 9, Buckingham 12, Wallace 8, Williams 8, Johnson 2, Daniels 4. Totals 19 8-18 49. MAURY (25-2): Coleman 15, Williams 10, Basnight 1, Ferguson 12, Buchanan 10, Reed 5, Young 8. 22 13-25 61. Halftime: Maury, 33-27. 3-point goals: Pearson, Wallace, Daniels, Coleman, Reed, Young 2.