Girls Start Cape Henry Sweep with Win

Shahra Madison is simply the best.

Madison was a beast in the second half as the Oaks erased an eight-pointDSC_7848 first-quarter deficit and controlled the game on the way to a 74-65 win over Cape Henry.

Madison scored 32 points and pulled down 21 rebounds. Time and again, she muscled her way to get an errant shot and score.

Princess Kala Dawson added 13 points and Gabby Grinnan hit some key three-pointers down the stretch as the Oaks fended off a Cape Henry challenge.

For more pictures, go to Oaks Girls Hoops.

Norfolk Collegiate 74, Cape Henry 65

NORFOLK COLLEGIATE: Grinnan 9, Larkin 9, McGurn 3, Beale 6, Powell 1, Wiliford 1, Madison 32, Dawson 13.

CAPE HENRY: Seaman 17, Carpenter 2, Schultz 4, Beale 33, M.Patrick 4, Patrick 5.

 

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