Girls Fall in Exciting Home Opener

DSC_4091Sophomore Shahra Madison scored a game-high 36 points, but it wasn’t enough as the Oaks girls basketball team fell in overtime, 66-60, to Amelia Academy Tuesday at home.

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.

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