The Nansemond-Suffolk Academy girls’ basketball team looks to carry momentum from Saturday’s conference tournament championship win into Wednesday’s state quarterfinal matchup against St. Margaret’s School. St. Margaret’s earned the right to face host NSA after defeating Highland School 50-37 on Tuesday. Lady Saints coach Kim Aston sent one of her assistant coaches to watch the game and scout out the opposition.
“It seems like that their best players are guards and that we should be able to take advantage of them in the post,” Aston said. Nansemond-Suffolk has been able to get the better of several conference opponents this season due to the powerful presence in the post of junior forward Kelly Hogan and senior center Caroline Hogg.
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