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Lydia Worden, in her second varsity game as an 8th-grader, led Veritas School to its first win of the young season with a team-high 12 points to go along with 3 steals and 3 rebounds. The Lions are now 1-1 heading into Thanksgiving break.
Lydia Worden, an eighth-grader, had an excellent all-around game for Veritas School in leading them to their second victory of the season. Lydia had 10 points, 3 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 steals, and a block as the Lions controlled the contest from the outset.
Lydia Worden had an excellent game in leading Veritas School to a quality win over a very tough JR Eagles' team. Lydia led the Lions with 12 points. She also recorded 5 rebounds and 3 steals.
For the second straight contest, Lydia Worden led Veritas School to victory with a team-high 14 points. Lydia also recorded a team-high 7 steals, coupled with 5 rebounds and 2 assists. Lydia is now averaging 7.91 ppg to lead the team while six players average between 3.73 and 7.91 ppg. The Lions are now 9-2 on the season.
Lydia Worden scored a team-high 15 points while grabbing numerous rebounds and providing some excellent feeds for Veritas School in its OT loss to FCS. Lydia provided all of these attributes despite fouling out during the fourth quarter.
Lydia Worden led Veritas School to their 11th victory with 17 points, 10 rebounds, and 4 steals. Lydia, as an 8th-grader, is leading the Lions in scoring, averaging 8.36 ppg.
Lydia Worden scored a game-high 9 points to lead Veritas School to its victory. Lydia led the Lions in rebounds and steals as well.
Lydia Worden led Veritas School to victory with a team-high 13 points, 5 rebounds, 5 steals, and 3 assists. Lydia is leading the Lions in scoring with 8.29 ppg. Her sister, Joanna, is second in scoring with 7.39 ppg.
After an impressive 1st quarter onslaught by SGHS, Lydia led the charges as Veritas School calmed down and played much better over the final three quarters. Lydia had 10 points to lead the Lions. Lydia also pulled down 4 rebounds and had 2 steals.
After a deadlocked first half where Veritas School shot just above 11%, Lydia Worden took over and led the Lions to its hard fought victory. Lydia scored 14 points, had an amazing 12 steals, pulled down 5 rebounds, ad had an assist. As an eighth-grader, Lydia is leading Veritas School in scoring.
Lydia Worden overcame illness to play a strong second half for Veritas School and lead the Lions with 8 points, only a single point below her team-leading season average, even though she only played 11 minutes.
Lydia Worden, an eighth-grader, played a key role in rewriting the record books for girls' varsity basketball at Veritas School. In only the fifth year for varsity basketball at Veritas School, Lydia helped the Lions set school records for wins (22), winning percentage (0.786), points in a season (1061, 37.89 ppg), FG in a season (440), FG percentage for a season, FT percentage for a season, rebounds in a season (944), assists in a season (213), and steals in a season (427). Lydia set school records for points in a season (251, 9.30 ppg), FG in a season (106), FT attempted and made in a season (83; 39), and FG percentage in a season. Additionally, Lydia averaged 5.00 rpg (3rd), 3.15 spg (1st), 0.48 bpg (1st), and 1.33 apg (2nd) for Veritas School this season.
The Lions became the first Veritas School athletic team to qualify for the VISAA state tournament and were truly a team, with six players scoring over 100 points and averaging between 3.75 and 9.30 ppg.
Lydia Worden had an excellent contest, leading Veritas School with 15 points. Lydia also did well handling the Collegiate defensive pressure for the Lions.
Lydia Worden scored the second highest number of points in a game for Veritas School in the history of the girls' program (the record is 25 by McKenzie Francis). Lydia scored 23 points, including the winning basket, to lead the Lions to their second victory of the season.
Lydia Worden scored a team-high 9 points in leading Veritas in their loss to the Saints. Lydia is leading the Lions in scoring this season as a freshman.
Lydia Worden scored a game-high 23 points, the second most points ever scored by a female basketball player in a single game for Veritas, to lead the Lions to the victory. Lydia is averaging double figures in scoring on the season.
Lydia Worden led a valiant effort by Veritas in their OT loss to the Eagles with 11 points. Lydia also had 4 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal, and 1 blocked shot for the Lions.
Lydia Worden had an excellent all-around game for Veritas, scoring a team-high 14 points. Lydia also played well on defense and on the boards for the Lions.
Lydia Worden led Veritas with 7 points against an extremely tough man-to-man defense. Lydia also had 7 rebounds, 1 assist, and 1 steal, while playing a strong game defensively on one of the best players in DIII in the VISAA.
Lydia Worden led Veritas with 10 points in a close loss to St. Margaret's. Lydia also had 4 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 blocked shot, and 2 steals for the Lions.
Lydia Worden scored a game-high 20 points in leading Veritas to their fifth win of the season. Lydia had a very strong game on defense and on the boards, as well as on offense. Lydia is leading the Lions in scoring, averaging in double figures.
Lydia Worden scored a game-high 16 points to lead Veritas to the victory. Lydia played less than two quarters and als pulled down 6 rebounds, had 2 assists, 2 steals, and 1 blocked shot for the Lions. Lydia continues to lead Veritas in scoring for the season.
Lydia Worden had a game-high 24 points to lead Veritas to their victory. Lydia now has a team-leading 226 points (11.9 ppg) for the Lions and is the all-time scoring leader for the girls' program with 477 points (10.4 ppg) as a ninth-grader.
Lydia Worden had a game-high 16 points for Veritas in leading them to the victory. Lydia played the point for the Lions in the absence of injured, starting point guard Gabby Evans and had a strong all-around game.
Lydia Worden led Veritas to the victory in an exciting and well-played contest by both sides. Lydia scored 14 points, had 2 assists and 2 blocks, pulled down 6 rebounds, and had 4 steals for the Lions, while playing excellent defense and running the point.
Lydia Worden, a freshman, led Veritas with a team-high 14 points in the state tournament quarterfinal contest against the #1 seed in Division III. Lydia also played a strong all-around game at point and on defense. Lydia added 4 rebounds, an assist, and a steal. For the season, Lydia finishes with 276 points for an average of 12.00 ppg, leading the team. For the first two years of her career, Lydia has scored 527 points (10.54 ppg).