Junior center Imani Bryant scored her 1,000th point for Williamsburg Christian Academy as the top-seeded Eagles won a 59-26 home quarterfinal against No. 8 Roanoke Catholic in the Virginia Independent Schools Division III tournament.
Bryant had 22 points, 10 rebounds and five blocks, while Charnissa Chillers had 15 points and Te’Daizhua Jones 14.
Chillers was recognized at Wednesday's game for scoring her 1,000th point earlier this season.
Weather allowing, WCA will head to St. Anne’s-Belfield in Charlottesville for a noon Friday semifinal against an opponent to be announced.
VIS Division II: No. 7 Walsingham Academy’s quarterfinal at No. 2 Nansemond-Suffolk Academy was postponed -- officially until Thursday, but playing then will be unlikely.
VIS: No. 6 seed Williamsburg Christian Academy overcame No. 3 North Cross 60-55 in Roanoke to reach the VIS Division III semis. Xavier Green had 13 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists for WCA.
The Eagles' next foe will be No. 2 seed Virginia Episcopal. VES rallied past No. 7 Walsingham Academy 81-71 in Lynchburg despite Richard Washington’s 21 points for the Trojans.
Sacha Killeya-Jones had 21 points and seven rebounds for the victors.
ODACS: Bethel Christian fell 59-45 in overtime Tuesday at Centerville, in South Boston, in an Old Dominion Association of Church Schools quarterfinal.
TJ Lawrence scored 22 and Ricky Willoughby 15 for the Pilots (3-10), but they were outscored 14-0 in overtime.
Indoor track and field:
The Virginia High School League meets’ schedule was changed because weather will affect travel plans.
The state meet for Group 2A was moved back to March 3-4 at Liberty University in Lynchburg. The 4A and 3A meet, also at Liberty, was delayed from this weekend until March 5-6.
The Group 6A and 5A meet was postponed until March 5-6 at the Boo Williams Sportsplex in Hampton.