Rachel Lia scored 34 points and Braysia Hicks scored 22 Thursday to lead third-seeded and host
Danielle Webster and Latrice Hunter led Norfolk Christian with 32 points each.
Also for the Navigators (18-4), Brianne Spence added six points, a team-high 18 rebounds and five blocks and Hicks grabbed nine rebounds.
HRA will stay in its gym to play No. 1 seed Cape Henry Collegiate at 5 p.m. Saturday for the championship. Cape Henry beat Nansemond-Suffolk Academy in the other semifinal.
Metro Conference girls quarterfinals:
Tiara Strong scored 14 points and Stephanie Seaman had 13 to lead host Williamsburg Christian Academy past
WCA (27-7) will play Broadwater Academy, which beat Atlantic Shores 33-21, in one semifinal.
Region A Division 2 girls semifinals:
Two Northern Neck District teams easily captured state tournament berths with dominating road victories against higher-seeded teams.
Third-seeded Lancaster ended second-seeded Mathews’ season with a 60-38 victory in the Blue Devils’ gym.
Lancaster advanced to the championship game against Northumberland, which breezed past No. 1 Northampton 68-32 in
Region A Division 1 girls semifinals:
In the Region A Division 1 semis, Cheyenne Davis scored a team-best 19 points and Jessica Hill added 15 to lead
All five starters scored in double figures for Charles City (17-5), which surged to a 35-17 halftime lead and advanced to the state tournament.
Hailey Holmes (12 points), Sara Whitehead (11 points) and Adrienne Miles (10 points) reached double figures for Charles City.
In the other semi, yet another Northern Neck team earned a road win and state quarterfinal spot as No. 4 Colonial Beach topped No. 1 Appomattox Regional Governor’s School 43-37 in Petersburg.