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HIGH SCHOOLS ROUNDUP: Chargers top Wildcats in OT

Josh James led Chancellor’s balanced offense with 16 points, as four players scored in double-figures in the Chargers’ 79–73 boys basketball overtime win at Mountain View on Wednesday night.

Lucas Brown and E.J. Fisher each scored 22 points to lead the Wildcats, who visit North Stafford on Friday.

Chancellor 1918 72114 — 79

M. View 1818 19108 — 73

Scoring

Chancellor: L.J. Brown 2, Jawan Graves 10, Malik Greer 0, Duke Hawkins 0, Josh James 16, Matt King 13, Jalen Miller 13, Kevin Parks 4, Jaire Perry 6, Quincee Pfost-Banks 0, Derek Reiley 9, Emannuel Royster 6. Totals: 29 16-27 79.

Mountain View (7–4): Luke Adams 10, Dallin Biorn 2, Lucas Brown 22, Elijah Burruss 11, E.J. Fisher 22, Brock Jordan 4, Jacob Pollock 2. Totals: 24 23-32 73.

Three-point goals: Chancellor 5 (M. King 2, J. Miller, K. Parks, D. Reiley). Mountain View 2 (E. Fisher 2).

BOYS BASKETBALL

COLONIAL FORGE 66, OSBOURN PARK 38

Winston Burgess had 15 points and seven rebounds to lead the Eagles.

Marco Haskins had 14 points and Gary Jennings also had seven rebounds for Colonial Forge, which hosts Riverbend on Friday.

Colonial Forge 19 16 19 12 — 66

Osbourn Park 10 8 8 12 — 38

Scoring

Colonial Forge (7–1): Winston Burgess 15, Damen Daniel 4, Carion Eaton 2, T.J. Flood 12, Jaylen Franklin 2, Austin Hall 2, Marco Haskins 14, Gary Jennings 9, Phillip King 0, James Shellington 4, Isiah Williams 2. Totals: 29 8-11 66

Osbourn Park: Amonoo 10, Brundage 2, Calder 3, Conquest 6, Davidson 0, Marinnie 7, Moutiv 2, Rajford 0, Rockenbaugh 0, Simmons 8. Totals: 14 8-11 38

Three-point goals: Colonial Forge 2 (M. Haskins 2). OP 2 (Calder, Marinnie).

BROOKE POINT 64, LIBERTY 38

Mike Nugent had 24 points and 19 rebounds to lead Brooke Point to a comfortable home win.

Kobe Butler added six assists and five steals, and Julian Swinton provided seven assists for the Black-Hawks, who visit Massaponax on Friday.

Liberty 6 12 11 9 — 38

Brooke Point 20 15 17 12 — 64

Scoring

Liberty (0–8): Bailey Kestner 10, Stephen Hinton 4, Hakeem Johnson 5, Armend Krasniqi 6, Arber Krasniqi 4, Alex Laird 0, Dylan Ramirez 0, Bailey Russell 4, Titus Sizemore 2, Brendan Smith 0, Tommy Smith 3. Totals: 14 8-18 38.

Brooke Point (4–6): Kalyn Bentley 2, Anthony Bullock 0, Kobe Butler 2, Xamari Caldwell 0, Dereke Kellogg 0, Jaylen Lewis 3, Mike Nugent 24, Ryan Poole 5, Sunjata Stills 8, Julian Swinton 9, Hans Whyde 3, Omari Williams 6, Marquis Wooten 2. Totals: 26 8-14 64.

Three-point goals: Liberty 2 (B. Kestner, T. Smith). Brooke Point 4 (R. Poole, S. Stills, J. Swinton, H. Whyde).

MASSAPONAX 59, COURTLAND 48

Aaron McFarland had a game-high 20 points, including four 3-pointers, to lead Massaponax’s boys basketball team to a 59–48 nondistrict win at Courtland on Wednesday.

Kyle Talley had 19 points for the Cougars, who play at Spotsylvania on Friday. Massaponax hosts Brooke Point on Friday.

Massaponax 16 16 12 15 — 59

Courtland 12 12 10 14 — 48

Scoring

Massaponax (7–3): Tony Barnett 11, Mike Gallagher 3, Kevin Gray 3, Sean Johnson 4, Nick McCormick 4, Aaron McFarland 20, E.J. Peak 1, Alex Scott 0, Logan Seacrist 10, Morgan Uhlick 3, Aubrey Wilson 0. Totals: 20 14-23 59

Courtland (4–3): Jabari Allen 6, Isaiah Fox 0, Brandon Haynes 4, Lorin Lee 0, Jamal Mansaray 1, Terrell Robinson 11, Demetrius Rock 0, Juwan Saunders 7, Kyle Talley 19. Totals: 16 13-23 48

Three-point goals: Massaponax 5 (M. Gallagher, A. McFarland 4). Courtland 3 (J. Saunders, K. Talley 2).

EASTERN VIEW 55, ORANGE 35

Junior Donald Butler scored 10 of his game high 16 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Eastern View over Orange.

After getting into mild foul trouble in the first half, Butler was four for five from the field and, along with Musah Sackor, controlled the backboards for Eastern View, which led the non-district game wire-to-wire.

Freshman Kameron Hill paced Orange (2–8) with 14 points. Sackor and L. J. Hackley were both in double figures for Eastern View (3–5) with 11 points each.

Orange 4 8 7 16 — 35

Eastern View 10 16 10 19 — 55

Scoring

Orange (2–8): Damian Clark 4, J’iar Rawlings 10, Christian Clore 2, Kameron Hill 14, Patrick Ellington 2, Tyler Hill 3.

Eastern View (3–5): L. J. Hackley 11, Anias Saunders 9, Musah Sackor 11, Donald Butler 16, Daquan Butler 4, Will Harrison 4.

WAKEFIELD SCHOOL 72, FREDERICKSBURG ACADEMY 34

Nate McDermott had 10 points to lead the Falcons, who play at Emmanuel Christian today.

Wakefield 25 26 11 10 — 72

Fred. Acad. 4 12 9 9 — 34

Scoring

Wakefield: Wiseman 2, Seadey 11, Clark 11, Michaelson 2, Archer 4, Garner 0, Mutumbo 14, McIlroy 1, Mulcahy 4, Cintnon 8, Rassmussen 15. Totals: 28 7-13 72

Fredericksburg Academy (3–5): Jake Adams 4, Simi Aderibigbe 1, Librado Anglero 7, Brad Hoffman 0, Hunter Martin 0, Zeke McDermott 4, Nate McDermott 10, Michael Murphy 3, Justin Reed 0, Hamilton Schattgen 0, Matt Vance 5, Forest Wilson 0. Totals: 13 3-12 34

Three-point goals: Wakefield School 9 (Mutumbo 4, Cintnon 2, Seadey 2, Clark). Fredericksburg Academy 5 (L. Anglero, N. McDermott 2, M. Murphy, M. Vance).

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

JAMES MONROE 50, KING GEORGE 41

Brianne Stephenson had 18 points, helping James Monroe’s girls basketball team secure a 50–41 home win against King George on Wednesday.

The Jackets host Caroline on Friday.

King George 12 11 5 13 — 41

James Monroe 7 18 19 6 — 50

Scoring

King George: Whitney Allen 0, Elissa Davis 9, Shantel Harvey 0, Sha’Tiva Harvey 4, Rebecca Leonard 4, Megan Montague 2, McKayla Perrotte 4, Christian Porter 11, Kanysha Reynolds 2, Jada Saxon 5. Totals: 16 3-23 41

James Monroe (2–2): Monica Dit 4, Darion Holmes 1, Cara Lambert 0, Jazmyn Moore 9, Dejavnee Nelson 2, Crismon Pettus 6, Brianne Stephenson 18, Brittany Williams 10, Imani Smith 0. Totals: 16 3-11 50

Three-point goals: King George 2 (E. Davis, R. Leonard). James Monroe 5 (J. Moore, C. Pettus 2, B. Stephenson, B. Williams).

ORANGE 56, EASTERN VIEW 46

Solid fourth-quarter free throw shooting by Rebecca Harvey helped Orange wrap up a home win against Eastern View.

Harvey finished with a game-high 22 points for the Hornets, who play at Powhatan on Friday.

Eastern View 10 10 12 14 — 46

Orange 19 10 7 20 — 56

Scoring

Eastern View: Angela Apperson 6, Lauren Brewer 12, Sadaja Clark 0, Tanae Holmes 4, Tiara Jackson 7, Jazmyn Minor 8, Tiara Ross 5, Alex Yates 4. Totals: 17 9-16 46

Orange (6–5): Madison Barber 3, Laine Harrington 0, Rebecca Harvey 22, Kiani Hudgens 7, Kaitlyn Johnson 9, Chardonnay Johnson 4, Elisha Richardson 7, Markiana Smith 4, Deja Wilson 0. Totals: 20 14-22 56

Three-point goals: Eastern View 3 (L. Brewer 2, T. Jackson). Orange 2 (R. Harvey 2).

WAKEFIELD SCHOOL 43, FREDERICKSBURG ACADEMY 17

Sabrina Combs and Carolyn Topps had six points each as the Falcons fell at home.

Topps also had 10 rebounds and three blocks for Fredericksburg Academy, which plays at Emmanuel Christian today.

Wakefield 11 10 13 9 — 43

Fred. Academy 2 6 8 1 — 17

Scoring

Wakefield School: Ariel Jenkins 9, Liz Miller 2, Naomi Mutumbo 6, Julianna Parra 2, Autumn Sanders 9, Shelby Sipes 2, Alexis Smith 9, Jillian Wise 4. Totals: 16 10-15 43

Fredericksburg Academy (3–3): Elma Adeusei 1, Sabrina Combs 6, Aubrey Crowder 0, Delaney Crowley 0, Sarah Eadie 0, Brae Fletcher 0, Ravyn Galimore 0, Kelsey Gedin 0, Rachel Hoffman 0, Kyler Jackson 0, Christina Reese 0, Carolyn Topps 6, Juliet Whitman 4. Totals: 6 5-8 17

Three-point goals: Wakefield School 1 (A. Smith). Fredericksburg Academy 0.

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