Drifters prepare for final curtain call
The Colonial Beach Boys Basketball Team earned another win to end the year 2012. In doing so, they traveled south to defeat the Franklin Broncos 74-51.
Colonial Beach Coach Jonathan Parker had four of his players in double figures scoring last Friday including Montie Gould and Shamar Shanks with 13 each, Ethan Harvin and newly added Marquell Harris with 11 each.
Keane Foster chipped in with seven points to the score followed by Devonte Harris and Paris Muse with nine each and Kamron Smith with four.
In the 69-65 overtime loss last week to Liberty, Gould scored 26 points followed by Foster with 14. Shanks chipped in scoring 10 points, Marquel Harris had seven, Devonte Harris with four, and Harvin and Muse with two each.
Gould recorded a double-double in the 74-40 win over King & Queen last week. Foster joined him on the scoreboard with 17 points as well. The Harris brothers chipped in with eight points (Marquel with six and Devonte with two), followed by Smith, Horton and Muse with six each, Harbin with five, Shanks with three, and Mike McGorda, L.J. West and David Allison with two each.
Ladies end 2012 winning two of three games in final week
Two wins were added to the Colonial Beach Lady Drifters record and a dramatic loss after this past week. The ladies fell in overtime to Liberty 47-44, sent the West Point Pointers home with a 37-19 loss, and then capped the week off with a win over King & Queen 45-19.
In the rescheduled game for the Lady Drifters, Karley Inscoe led the team with 15 points and eight rebounds in their second win over King & Queen this season.
Caneshia Fulcher dropped 11 points followed by McKenzie Conway with seven, Billie Gould with six, and Kora Herrod and Kaitlyn Proffitt with two each.
In the 37-19 win over West Point, Fulcher had 12 points to go along with 10 rebounds. Megan Seaman added to the score putting up six points, Deniya Newman, Emily Parks and Conway with four each, Inscoe with three, and Gould and Herrod with two each.
Fulcher led the team scoring 23 points to go along with eight steals in the overtime 47-44 loss to Liberty. Gould chipped in with six points, Seaman and Inscoe with five each, Newman with three and Parks with two.