The Highland Hawks got their third consecutive victory Thursday by dominated the Shenandoah Valley girls basketball team, 57-15, on the road in New Market.
Five Hawks scored more than seven points apiece en route to improving Highland's record to 7-4 (1-0 Delaney Athletic Conference).
"Very proud of our balanced offensive attack tonight," Hawks coach Gary Leake said. "One of our best all-around games of the year."
Highland finished with 11 steals and scored a lot of transition baskets thanks to a half-court trapping defense that forced turnovers.
Shelby Thornhill finished with 11 points, while Michele Micciche had 10, Erica Champion had nine and Ashton Eicher and Stefanie Hoerner had eight each. Champion added 13 rebounds, while Hoerner had 12 and Colby Newson had 10.
Eastern View boys basketball 56, Liberty 39
For the first time in the young rivalry's history, the Eastern View Cyclones defeated the Liberty boys basketball team.
The Eagles lost, 56-39, Thursday at home in Bealeton, dropping their record to 0-10 overall and 0-4 in Conference 22.
Donald Butler scored a game-high 14 points for Eastern View, while Hakeem Johnson led Liberty with seven. Bailey Russell added six points for Liberty, while Bailey Kestner and Titus Sizemore had five each.
Butler also had 16 rebounds.
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