\r\n\r\n<strong>By Mark Robinson<\/strong>\r\n\r\n[caption id="attachment_24351" align="alignright" width="199"]<a href="https:\/\/mountainmedianews.com\/?attachment_id=24351" rel="attachment wp-att-24351"><img class="wp-image-24351 size-medium" src="https:\/\/mountainmedianews.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/sites\/13\/2017\/01\/Sarah-Krystynak-199x300.jpg" width="199" height="300" \/><\/a> (Photo by Mark Robinson) Sarah Krystynak, #14, pulls a rebound out of a sea of hands during a game between Greenbrier West and Liberty-Raleigh, played in Charmco Tuesday evening, Jan. 24. West won, 50-9.[\/caption]\r\n<h1>Liberty-Raleigh High School\u2019s girlsbasketball team travelled to Charmco Tuesday evening to play Greenbrier West. The Cavaliers defeated the visitors 50-9, in a game marked by repeated turnovers and steals, resulting in fast break points for the victors.<\/h1>\r\nAt halftime Liberty only had two points, so the seven point production in the second half was a definite improvement. Kenley Posten led West with 11 points.\r\n\r\nDenise Arline, Liberty\u2019s head coach, said, \u201cWe played hard. We have two players who are injured, who add a lot to the team. These kids had good attitudes, and didn\u2019t give up, so I\u2019m proud of them.\u201d\r\n\r\nJeff Thomas, West\u2019s coach, said \u201cWe knew they were down and injured a little bit. They\u2019re better than they played. So we didn\u2019t want to get mean. I\u2019ve been there on both sides of the ball before and I don\u2019t like it, those bad losses. I told the girls, I said win or lose, you got to have respect. If you don\u2019t respect what the other kids have, it doesn\u2019t mean enough to you ... our kids are up and down so much. We\u2019re winning more than we have the last few years, but we\u2019re not consistent. We need to be consistent to compete with the better teams. We\u2019re 11-4, that\u2019s pretty good for us, but if we don\u2019t start jelling and shooting better, it\u2019ll look ugly in the playoffs.\u201d\r\n\r\nLiberty Raleigh High School has about 650 students, and is located in Glen Daniel.