Shahra Madison, who got into early foul trouble, scored a game-high 11 points, but Kristin Rempas chipped in 10, Peyton Fancher scored nine, and Annie Bashara added seven for the Oaks, who are 1-2 on the season.
For more pictures from the game, to go Oaks Girls Basketball on flickr. Thanks to Jim Georgo for additional pictures.
Norfolk Collegiate 50, Hampton Roads 43
HAMPTON ROADS ACADEMY: Velez 8, Killough 3, Lia 6, Lawson 3, Spence 5, DeChirico 4, Hicks 10, Ross 4. Totals 14 11-29 43.
NORFOLK COLLEGIATE (1-2): Rempas 10, Cobalt 3, Fancher 9, McGurn 1, Purrington 4, Bashara 7, Madison 11, Beale 5. Totals 16 13-30 50.
Halftime: Norfolk Collegiate, 20-18. 3-point goals: Velez 2, Lia, Rempas, Fancher.
Miles Edmond, Charles Bashara, Corey Nichols, David Baldwin, Chris Beck, and KJ Edmond won both their matches on the day.
The team wrestles in the Cape Henry Invitational on Saturday.
Collegiate led 25-21 at halftime, but Amelia came back to knot the score at 58 in regulation.
Madison, a transfer from Great Bridge High School, was one of two Oaks in double figures. Senior Kristin Rempas added ten points.
The team, 2-3 on the young season, plays Hampton Roads Academy at home Friday at 5:30 p.m.
Amelia Academy 66, Norfolk Collegiate 60, OT
NORFOLK COLLEGIATE: Rempas 10, Madison 36, Cavolt 4, Fancher 4, Purrington 2, Beale 4.
AMELIA ACADEMY: Dinsmore 26, Cundiff 8, Green 10, Marriott 4, Bentz 3.
Halftime: Norfolk Collegiate, 25-21. End of regulation: 58-58.
Bash Townes hit a free throw after being fouled on a drive to the basket with 10.4 seconds left to put the Oaks ahead and then Marcus Anderson deflected an inbounds pass as the Oaks defeated Christchurch, 60-58, in a raucous Treehouse.
Townes not only was clutch down the stretch, but he led the Oaks with 24 points, tied with Christchurch’s Robinson for the game high. Grant was hot from the outside, scoring 19 on four three-point bombs.
Collegiate was down six at the half, but stormed back with oppressive defense and outside shooting by Adam Grant and Keyonze Chavis and inside work by Townes and Anderson to take a six point lead with six minutes remaining.
But Christchurch drew even before Townes drove the lane and was fouled, making one of two to put the Oaks ahead, 59-58. On the next possession, a Christchurch player was fouled going to the hoop, but missed both free throws. Anderson rebounded, was fouled and made one to up the lead to 60-58. With 2.0 seconds remaining he deflected a full-court inbounds pass to seal the win as the Treehouse nuts stormed the court.
Varsity boys’ cross country: Steven Turack (OAK), Chad Hengesbach (MVP), and Frankie White (MIP)
Varsity girls’ cross country: Natalie Batzel (OAK)…)
JV boys’ cross country: Chandler Branton (OAK), Harrison Fuller (MVP)
JV girls’ cross country: Rimsha Haque (OAK)…
Varsity girls volleyball: Peyton Fancher (OAK), Bailey Jones (MVP), and Hayley Tate (MIP)
JV girls’ volleyball: Annie Gao (OAK), Alexis McGurn (MVP)
Middle school OAKS volleyball: Skylar Tessler (OAK)
Middle School BLUE volleyball: Isabel Anglin (OAK)
Varsity girls’ tennis: Georgia White (OAK), Aja Shelton (MVP), and Rachel Brodsky (MIP)
Varsity field hockey: Wren Thomas (OAK), Annie Bashara (MVP), and Mimi Hill (MIP)
Middle school field hockey: Lily Berz (OAK)
Varsity boys’ soccer: Alexander Sarris (OAK), Ryan Russell (MVP), and William Howell (MIP)
Middle school boys’ soccer: Jared Gordon (OAK)
Varsity sailing: Darden Purrington (OAK), Victor Layne (MVP), and Dreugh Phillips (MIP)
JV sailing: Kailey Hengesbach (OAK), Parker Purrington (MVP)
Managers: Clay Tinkham (Varsity girls’ volleyball), Clay Tinkham (JV girls’ volleyball), and Anna Newbold (Varsity boys’ soccer)
The Collegiate boys cross country team closed out its season on Friday, racing to a ninth place finish at the state meet at Woodberry Forest.