~ PVN staff report
LHS 62, Rapp 40
LURAY, Jan. 19 — Luray High School senior Emilee Weakley keeps adding to her historic career as she put up 28 points in the Bulldogs’ 62-40 win at Rappahannock on Wednesday night. The game was rescheduled from Tuesday night after being canceled due to hazardous road conditions.
Weakley, who surpassed 2,000 career points last Friday night at Page, also added nine rebounds and three assists against Rapp on Wednesday. Junior Jaidyn McClung recorded a double-double with 14 points, 14 rebounds and four assists. Senior Amber Tharpe added nine points.
Next up, Luray (10-2, 6-1) will host Clarke County Friday night. PVN Sports will accompany the NFHS livestream for that game. The Bulldogs will then host Madison County on Saturday for a 2:30 p.m. tip-off (girls JV tips at 1 p.m.) in a rescheduled game from Jan. 4 that was canceled due to the weather.
PCHS 40, ERHS 25
ELKTON, Jan. 19 — After losing two straight games, Page needed a win Wednesday night and they got it against East Rockingham on the road. Senior Caris Lucas and sophomore Adryn Martin each scored 10 points, followed by senior Gracie Mason with nine and sophomore Bailee Gaskins with eight.
Junior Alexis Frymyer and Mason both hit shots from beyond the arc as Page County rebounded from district losses to Luray and Central of Woodstock last Friday and Saturday.
Next up, Page County (6-7, 4-4) will travel to Strasburg on Friday, after Thursday night’s matchup with Clarke was cancelled. The Panthers will then travel to Turner Ashby on Monday night in a game rescheduled from Jan. 3.
ERHS 86, PCHS 53
SHENANDOAH, Jan. 19 — East Rockingham dominated the Bull District matchup Wednesday night at Page County behind 33 points from senior and UNC-signee Tyler Nickel. Jayden Hicks scored 15 points and posted six rebounds, while Xavier Butler recorded a double-double with 12 points and 15 rebounds.
East Rock lead the entire way, despite the Panthers matching the visiting team 20-20 in the third period.
The Panthers were led by senior Ricky Campbell and junior Hayden Plum who both scored nine points, while Caleb Knighton, Chase Parlett and Brent Paul Campbell each had six points.
Next up, Page County (3-10, 2-5) will host Strasburg this Friday night, after Thursday’s game at Clarke was cancelled. The Panthers are then not scheduled to play again until they travel to Rappahannock on Wednesday, Jan. 26.
For full schedules, rosters and standings — check out the Bull Run District website.