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Langley falls in first-round state action

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The season ended for the Langley Saxons (19-6) with a 36-32 loss to the host Robinson Rams (27-2) in a first-round game of the Virginia High School League’s Class 6 girls state basketball tournament.

Langley led by 6-2 and 7-4 scores in the first quarter, with the score tied at 10 at period’s end. Langley led 19-17 at halftime, then did not score in the third period. Robinson led 26-19 entering the final period.

In that stanza, the score was tied at 32. A couple of free throws put Robinson up, 34-32. Langley missed a couple of foul shots and had a turnover in the game’s final minute.

Annabeth Holsinger, Caitlyn Shumadine and Anya Rahman were among Langley’s leading scorers in the game.


Langley played six post-season games and in three different tournaments, compiling a 3-3 playoff record this season. The Saxons finished second in the 6D North Region tourney.

NOTE: The first-round state-tournament loss was Langley’s first in the competition under head coach Amanda Baker. The Saxons were 3-0 in previous first-round state tourney games. This season’s state-tourney berth was Langley’s fourth in seven seasons, all under Baker.

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