Lady Ravens soar past Pirates 77-27

Ravens Delayzha Dixon making a move with the ball. (Ed Berti)

The Lady Ravens basketball team soared past the Porter Ridge Lady Pirates on Friday night on their home court with a convincing victory.

This game was expected to be a blowout as the Ravens are a solid team with some good talent.  They certainly are in the top tier of the Southwest 4-A Conference behind Butler and Hickory Ridge the two top teams.  Rocky River is 9-2 overall, and 3-2 in their conference with losses to only the top two teams.

Action on the court in front of the net. (Paul Imirie)

The Ravens outscored the Pirates 44-16 in the first half led by Delayzha Dixon and Andresia Alexander who are both athletic, and are difficult for the Pirates to contain.  The Ravens scored 21 and 23 points in each period to take a commanding lead at the intermission.

Delayzha Dixon on the foul line. (Ed Berti)

In the third period, Rocky River broke the game wide open when they scored 33 points to the Pirates 7, extending their lead, and basically putting this game totally out of reach for any kind of comeback by the Pirates.

Ravens Morgan Graves sinking a foul shot. (Ed Berti)

With the bench emptied in the fourth period, the Ravens still won the period on the scoreboard with a 16-4 run with a running game clock.  This contest was a mismatch from the start, the Pirates were just not up to the same level of competition.

Delayzha Dixon scored 23 points, had multiple rebounds and steals, the pesky Alexander contributed a nifty 21 points, with several assists and steals, while Mashya Scott added a solid 11 points for the home team.  Serraia Goodman led the Lady Pirates with 14 points and had a solid game.

Action … (Paul Imirie)


The Lady Ravens will take on Independence on the road next Friday night.  This should be a good match-up since the Lady Patriots are 7-8 overall, and 3-2 in the Southwest 4-A Conference.




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Ed Berti
Ed is retired and remains active as a freelance writer, local journalist and independent contractor. He is engaged in print and electronic media writing stories covering business, sports, hometown news and veteran’s affairs including articles of interest to various media outlets. Ed is a graduate of Wagner College where he earned an MBA and holds a BBA from Pace University.
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