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CAHS GIRLS WIN 1, LOSE 1 IN WASHINGTON HOOPS

The Charlotte Amalie High School Lady Chicken Hawks were tried and tested in Washington, D.C., this week during an invitational tournament.
The Lady Chicken Hawks were victorious in their first game in defeating Dunbar High School, 66-63, on Wednesday evening. However, they were broken down for their first lossof the year, 68-42, to Anacostia High School on Thursday evening.
The Lady Chicken Hawks, with the addition of Lynn Liburd from Ivanna Eudora Kean High School, soared over Dunbar.
The Lady Hawks trailed by three at halftime against Dunbar. However, they rallied in the second half to steal the victory. The Lady Chicken Hawks guards, Jakeema Richards and Ashyla Gordon, broke down Dunbar's press in the final minutes of the game and sank key free throws to secure the win.
Liburd led the Lady Hawks with 18 points. Tracey Browne added a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds.
But CAHS was outplayed in the second game, and the difference was like night and day. The stars of the first game could not step up in this game. Anacostia forced the Lady Chicken Hawks guards to commit turnovers in the final quarter. They also shut down the Lady Hawks' leading offensive threats, Liburd and Browne. However, Julie Flanders had an outstanding game. Flanders showcased her talent in front of coaches from the University of Kansas.
Anacostia led the entire game. The Lady Chicken Hawks were able cut the margin to five points late in the third quarter. Anacostia nailed three-pointers down the stretch to seal the Lady Chicken Hawks' fate.
The Lady Chicken Hawks will face H.D. Woodson High School on Saturday at 2 p.m. in the final game on their invitational trip.

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The Charlotte Amalie High School Lady Chicken Hawks were tried and tested in Washington, D.C., this week during an invitational tournament.
The Lady Chicken Hawks were victorious in their first game in defeating Dunbar High School, 66-63, on Wednesday evening. However, they were broken down for their first lossof the year, 68-42, to Anacostia High School on Thursday evening.
The Lady Chicken Hawks, with the addition of Lynn Liburd from Ivanna Eudora Kean High School, soared over Dunbar.
The Lady Hawks trailed by three at halftime against Dunbar. However, they rallied in the second half to steal the victory. The Lady Chicken Hawks guards, Jakeema Richards and Ashyla Gordon, broke down Dunbar's press in the final minutes of the game and sank key free throws to secure the win.
Liburd led the Lady Hawks with 18 points. Tracey Browne added a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds.
But CAHS was outplayed in the second game, and the difference was like night and day. The stars of the first game could not step up in this game. Anacostia forced the Lady Chicken Hawks guards to commit turnovers in the final quarter. They also shut down the Lady Hawks' leading offensive threats, Liburd and Browne. However, Julie Flanders had an outstanding game. Flanders showcased her talent in front of coaches from the University of Kansas.
Anacostia led the entire game. The Lady Chicken Hawks were able cut the margin to five points late in the third quarter. Anacostia nailed three-pointers down the stretch to seal the Lady Chicken Hawks' fate.
The Lady Chicken Hawks will face H.D. Woodson High School on Saturday at 2 p.m. in the final game on their invitational trip.