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Lady Lions double up on Laurel Park ... basically / February 01, 2018
The Halifax County Middle School girls basketball team basically doubled up Laurel Park on Monday night, winning 27-13.

Halifax went on a 13-2 run in the second period to seize control of the game. Halifax led 16-5 at the end of the first two periods.

Laurel Park had very little success against the Lions’ pressure defense.

Halifax yielded just three field goals in the game. Laurel Park did manage to connect on seven of 13 free throws.

Eight Lion girls got into the scoring column, led by Kamyria Woody-Giggetts, Talitha Marable and Lynia Reed with five points apiece.

On Tuesday, the Lady Lions cruised by Patrick County, 41-30, on Tuesday night in South Boston.

Talisha Marable led the Lions with 11 points and Lynia Reed scored ten. Shamya Hankins added eight.

Halifax led 29-13 at the half and won handily.

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