RCS girls fall in conference semis By SILAS ALBRIGHT firstname.lastname@example.org Feb 16, 2023 Feb 16, 2023 Updated Feb 16, 2023 Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Print Copy article link Save Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Print Copy article link Save The Roxboro Community School varsity girls’ basketball team’s hot streak ended Tuesday night with a 44-34 loss against Voyager Academy in the Triangle North Athletic Conference semifinals. RCS head coach Earl Bailey said his team was in control for parts of the game but costly turnovers and missed shots hurt the Bulldogs down the stretch.After the loss, RCS came in at No. 14 in the NCHSAA’s RPI rankings and has a chance to host a first round-playoff game next week. Senior guard Tori Bailey led the Bulldogs with 18 points and senior forward Michiaya Jay scored eight. Karrie Obie and Robin Puryear scored four apiece. Voyager was led by J’Nyah Walden with 13 while Chloe Holland and Gabrielle Jeffers scored 11 apiece. Voyager advanced to the conference championship set for Thursday at 5 p.m. at Aycock Gym in Henderson to play No. 1 seed Vance Charter after the Knights beat Oxford Prep on Tuesday. Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Print Copy article link Save Tags Sports Games And Toys Recommended for you Most Popular Articles Images Videos Commented ArticlesPrisoner search continuesLocal leaders praise Duke, citizens oppose rate increaseRCS names Bryant next MEDCrime Reports: March 3-13PCSO searching for escaped prisonerPerson High Hall of Fame announces new inducteesBoard boosts museum fundingFerris gets top laughs on AFVCarol Dana Bass PainterDoris Ann Oakley Moore Images Videos CommentedSorry, there are no recent results for popular commented articles. Latest e-Edition Person County Life To view our latest e-Edition click the image on the left. Local Events
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