Suwannee Democrat


December 2, 2013

Basketball: Lafayette Hornets split with Newberry

Mayo —

The Lafayette High boys and girls varsity basketball teams hosted the Newberry Panthers on Monday, Nov. 25, in Mayo. 

The Lady Hornets started the evening off with a 56-31 win in front of the home crowd.  Leading the Lady Hornets on the night was Ciana Hill with 15 points. 

Closing out the action on Monday, the varsity boys team with their full roster following the completion of the football season, battled the Panthers before losing 81-41. 

Both teams were off the remainder of the week for the fall school break.

The Lady Hornets will be back in action at home on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 6 and 7, as hosts of the Andy Hart Memorial Invitational. This tournament will again bring in several top girls basketball programs from around the state. 

The action begins on Friday evening at 5 p.m. with four games and resumes Saturday afternoon at 3 p.m. for the final four match-up of the weekend. 

The varsity boys team will return to the home court on Dec. 13, against Hamilton County.

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