Stephanie Seaman earned bracket MVP honors Saturday as Williamsburg Christian Academy (14-0) won its division of the Ronald Curry/Boo Williams Christmas Classic, defeating Holton-Arms (Md.) 58-45 at the Boo Williams Sportsplex.
Seaman had 12 points in the final, and Kiana Batagelj led WCA with 16. Tonika Pierce, who had 11 points, joined Seaman on the all-tournament team. The Eagles led 21-11 after one quarter and 34-15 at halftime.
Seaman's brother Mark also earned MVP honors in his bracket, in which the Eagles also were unbeaten.
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Like WCA, Bethel captured its bracket. The Bruins ended their 3-0 weekend run with a 59-45 triumph over Ocean Lakes in the Allstate-Breon Rose Division.
Woodside earned third place in that group, handling Western of Baltimore 58-47. ...
Phoebus placed third in the AirBritt division, routing Currituck of northeastern North Carolina 71-23. Atlee earned the title of that bracket with a buzzer-beating 51-50 decision over Bayside. ...
In the Bon Secours Division, won by Green Run, Surry County outplayed Group 1A East rival West Point 43-37 for fifth place, and Denbigh took seventh place with its first triumph of the weekend, 58-44 against Amelia. ...
In the R.C. Perkins Funeral Home Division, Hampton took sixth place and finished 1-2 for the weekend with a 73-62 loss to defending state champ Lake Taylor. ...
Heritage was sixth in the Fazoli’s Division, falling 49-45 to Massaponax.
Freshman Rachel Lia scored 23 points and Braysia Hicks added 16 to boost Hampton Roads Academy to a 47-36 victory over Gloucester in the championship game of York's tournament.
Keasia Payne had 14 points and Cheyenne Land nine for the Dukes, who couldn't overcome a 25-12 halftime hole.
Hicks had 10 rebounds, while Lia grabbed four rebounds and had three steals.
In the third-place game, freshman Tamia Smith scored 19 and Rae-Ana Cain had 12 to guide Tabb past York 47-38.
Madison Van Dyke scored 20 points and Rakeema Willis 11 for York.
The host Falcons cut a 24-4 gap to three before the Tigers pulled away in the fourth quarter.
L.C. Bird:At the L.C. Bird tournament in Chesterfield County, Warwick (8-3) lost 63-57 to Group 2A powerhouse Brunswick.
Adria Strothers had 19 points and Younique Upchurch had 13 points and 13 rebounds for the Raiders, who trailed 47-35 after three quarters.
Bria Stith scored 15 and her sister Brooke added 11 for the Bulldogs. They are daughters of Old Dominion assistant coach and former Virginia Cavaliers star Bryant Stith.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun