Region roundup: Lynchburg women’s soccer, Liberty field hockey advance to league title games, and more | College

Region roundup: Lynchburg women’s soccer, Liberty field hockey advance to league title games, and more | College

The WildCats led by as many as 37 points, scored 40 points in the paint, recorded 15 second-chance points on 13 offensive rebounds and scored 26 points off 24 Regent turnovers.

The WildCats did, however, turn the ball over 23 times.

Teniyah Crenshaw-Patterson had a team-high 16 points on 6-of-7 shooting and a 4-of-5 showing at the free-throw line for Randolph. Cierra Cook (13 points) and Cameron O’Neil (12 points) also finished in double figures in scoring.

Brookville grad Kylie Stark filled up the stat sheet with nine points, seven, rebounds, three assists (against no turnovers) and one steal. By playing 22 minutes, Stark and O’Neil were the Randolph players to see the most time on the court in the blowout.

Kali Murrell led the Royals (0-1) with 24 points.

Lynchburg shot 50% from behind the arc and 53% inside, Sammi Sever piled on 27 points, and the Hornets blasted Averett in the teams’ season opener at Turner Gymnasium.

Sever, a sophomore guard, scored the first six points for UL (1-0), including two on a layup with 5:35 left in the first quarter that put the Hornets up for good.

Lynchburg shot 56% in the first 10 minutes to lead by six after the first quarter then rode 78% shooting from the field in the second to an 11-point halftime lead. The Hornets outscored the Cougars (0-1) 27-13 in the third quarter to put the game away.

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