Over the weekend in local court action…

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, December 7, 2004

Suffolk News-Herald

An overtime basket made the difference in Lakeland’s 51-50 over Churchland at the King’s Fork tournament on Saturday, as the Cavaliers held a whopping 2-1 scoring advantage in the extra period. Jeffrey Cook had 15 points and Corey Davis added 14 as the Cavaliers rebounded from Friday’s narrow loss to Nansemond River. Lakeland returns to action tonight at Oscar Smith, while the Warriors go to Deep Creek and Fork hosts Western Branch.

On Friday, Fork comes to River and Lakeland visits Great Bridge. All three Suffolk public school teams will take part in the Suffolk Roundball Showcase at King’s Fork on Saturday. Lakeland will face T.C. Williams at 2:30 p.m., King’s Fork will take on Highland at 5 p.m., and Nansemond River will face off with Potomac at 7:30 p.m.

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A 27-0 third quarter run gave Prince George the momentum it needed to defeat host King’s Fork 72-27 on Saturday. Ransheeda Jennings led the Bulldogs with nine points. King’s Fork will play its first-ever intra-Suffolk game at home against Nansemond River on Friday.

Ryland Gwaltney was the only Nansemond-Suffolk Academy scorer to reach double figures, knocking in 15 points as the Saints fell 72-50 to Bishop Sullivan to finish fourth in the Trinity Episcopal tournament over the weekend. The Saints will host Windsor tonight and the Beach Breakers on Friday.