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BOYS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Clutch shooting nets North a ‘W’

Jason Gonzalez hit a key overtime layup to spark North Stafford to a 63–57 boys basketball win against Mountain View on Friday.

David Sanker finished with 10 points, including three big 3-pointers off the bench, and the Wolverines hit 17 free throws in the fourth quarter and overtime to ice the victory.

North Stafford plays at Colonial Forge today.

M. View 9 17 7 14 10 — 57

N. Stafford 3 13 15 16 16 — 63

Scoring

Mountain View: Luke Adams 12, Dallin Biorn 4, Lucas Brown 16, Elijah Burruss 14, Jahmil Collison-Coffee 0, E.J. Fisher 6, Tyler Helmandollar 0, Brock Jordan 0, Jacob Pollock 3. Totals: 21 9-21 57.

North Stafford: Jacob Bochonak 7, Savon Bullock 7, Keyon Carter 6, Jake Gallagher 13, Jason Gonzalez 9, David Sanker 10, Jalen Sarratt 10, Darian Shaw 0, Tony Washington 1, Kelvin Wilson 0. Totals: 19 22-36 63.

Three-point goals: Mountain View 6 (L. Adams 3, L. Brown 2, J. Pollock). North Stafford 3 (D. Sanker 3).

COLONIAL FORGE 59, RIVERBEND 22

Gary Jennings and Marco Haskins had 14 points each to lead Colonial Forge to a home win. The Eagles host North Stafford today at 6 p.m.

Riverbend 5 5 8 4 — 22

Colonial Forge 15 15 16 13 — 59

Scoring

Riverbend: Connor Booren 0, Buck Buchanan 11, Tyler Duncan 3, Michael Holmes 2, Markell Lewis 0, David McCauley 0, Michael Mead 2, Montana Moody 0, Zach Sims 0, Anderson Small 2, Bryce Webb 0, B.J. Williams 2. Totals: 9 4-17 22.

Colonial Forge (8–1): Winston Burgess 6, Damen Daniel 7, Carion Eaton 6, T.J. Flood 0, Jaylen Franklin 6, Austin Hall 0, Marco Haskins 14, Gary Jennings 14, Phillip King 2, Clarence Miles 0, James Shellington 2, Isiah Williams 2. Totals: 18 17-25 59.

Three-point goals: Riverbend 0. Colonial Forge 6 (D. Daniel 2, M. Haskins 4).

SPOTSYLVANIA 65, COURTLAND 56

Alan Courtney had 19 points and Bilal Marlowe finished with 18, leading Spotsylvania to a win over visiting Courtland.

Darius Carter had 13 rebounds and Devin Kennedy added six assists for the Knights, who host Manassas Park today at 1:30 p.m.

Courtland 9 17 12 18 — 56

Spotsylvania 15 17 17 16 — 65

Scoring

Courtland: Jabari Allen 10, Isaiah Fox 0, Brandon Haynes 4, Cameron Jones 8, Timothy Lowe 0, Jamal Mansaray 3, Terrell Robinson 9, Demetrius Rock 3, Juwan Saunders 0, Kyle Talley 19. Totals: 21 11-22 56.

Spotsylvania: Bradley Anderson 4, Deonte Banks 0, Danny Brooks 2, Darius Carter 8, Alan Courtney 19, Devin Kennedy 12, Bilal Marlowe 18, Jordan McCarty 2, Andrew Morgan 0, Eddie Waller 0. Totals: 20 21-28 65.

Three-point goals: Courtland 3 (C. Jones 2, K. Talley). Spotsylvania 4 (D. Kennedy 2, B. Marlowe 2).

ORANGE 76, POWHATAN 41

Kameron Hill had 17 points in the Hornets’ Jefferson District victory.

Powhatan 10 9 13 9 — 41

Orange 17 22 13 24 — 76

Scoring

Powhatan: Balcona 4, Ratliff 15, Mayo 0, Tooman 3, Deans 2, Fleming 7, Allen 2, Braxton, 4, Davis 2. Totals: 15 7-13 41.

Orange (3–8): Chris Cima 0, Damien Clark 12, Chris Clore 11, Patrick Ellington 2, Keith Ellis 2, Isiah Ferguson 6, John Gillum 4, Deion Hill 2, Tyler Hill 7, Kameron Hill 17, J’air Rawlings 13. Totals: 27 21-27 76.

Three-point goals: Powhatan 4. Orange 1 (D. Clark).

MASSAPONAX 63, BROOKE POINT 40

Tony Barnett finished with 15 points, including the first seven of the game, as Massaponax defeated Brooke Point.

The Panthers outscored the Black–Hawks 13–2 in the first quarter and never looked back.

Julian Swinton finished with 17 points for the Black–Hawks.

Massaponax (8–3) travels to Stafford tonight.

Brooke Point 2 11 15 12 — 40

Massaponax 13 16 19 15 — 63

Scoring

Brooke Point: Kalyn Bentley 2, Anthony Bullock 2, Kobe Butler 6, Xamari Caldwell 0, Jaylen Lewis 2, Mike Nugent 0, Ryan Poole 2, Julian Swinton 17, Omari Williams 5, Marquis Wooten 4. Totals: 14 9-16 40.

Massaponax (8–3): Tony Barnett 15, Mike Gallagher 0, Kevin Gray 5, Sean Johnson 7, Nick McCormick 6, Aaron McFarland 10, E.J. Peak 2, Alex Scott 2, Logan Seacrist 6, Morgan Uhlick 8, Aubrey Wilson 2. Totals: 27 6-10 63.

Three-point goals: Brooke Point 3 (K. Butler, J. Swinton 2). Massaponax 3 (T. Barnett, M. Uhlick 2).

CAROLINE 63, JAMES MONROE 62

Aason Pankey hit a last-second free throw to lift Caroline over the Yellow Jackets.

In just its third game of the season, James Monroe rallied from a 14-point deficit and took the lead in the final minutes of the fourth quarter.

Pankey finished with 18 points and Will Howard added 17 for Caroline.

Antonio Edwards finished with a double–double for James Monroe, with 14 points and 13 rebounds.

The Jackets host Chancellor tonight.

JM 17 8 16 21 — 62

Caroline 14 24 10 15 — 63

Scoring

James Monroe (0–3): Dominique Barksdale 7, Dre’Jon Boley 10, Percy Burt 0, Nick Cook 4, Antonio Edwards 14, Tai’Yohnn Ellis 0, Ben Henderson 7, Tevon Lucas 5, James McFadden 10, Chris Somuah 5. Totals: 27 6-14 62.

Caroline (4–5): Jaron Clipper 7, Will Howard 17, Aaron Lewis 3, Mark Loving 7, Aason Pankey 18, Darius Young 11. Totals: 21 14-29 63.

Three-point goals: JM 2 (B. Henderson, C. Somuah). Caroline 7 (W. Howard 3, A. Lewis, A. Pankey, D. Young 2).

POPE JOHN PAUL THE GREAT 61, FREDREDERICKSBURG CHRISTIAN 52

Chris Cheatham had 15 points to lead the Eagles, who host Highland on Tuesday.

PJPtG 19 17 13 12 — 61

FCS 11 15 16 10 — 52

Scoring

Pope John Paul the Great: Totals: 18 19-36 61.

Fredericksburg Christian (9–7): James Ashlock 0, Chris Cheatham 15, Marques Garris 2, Darryl Gerald 0, Chris Lomax 6, Daryl Myers 13, Keion Robinson 6, Austin Simmons 0, Ezell Stewart 2, Eric Washington 6, R.J. Edwards 2. Totals: 21 6-11 52.

Three-point goals: Pope John Paul the Great 6. Fredericksburg Christian 4 (C. Cheatham 3, D. Myers).

LANCASTER 51, COLONIAL BEACH 49

Colonial Beach missed out on a couple chances to tie the game late and fell to visiting Lancaster.

Montie Gould finished with 12 points for the Drifters, including his 1,000th career point.

Lamar Lucas had 17 points to lead all scorers for Colonial Beach, which hosts Rappahannock County today.

Lancaster 9 15 14 13 — 51

Col. Beach 10 18 14 7 — 49

Scoring

Lancaster: R. Ball 1, Gibson 8, D. Haskins 1, T. Henderson 3, D. Stewart 11, T. Taylor 16, B. Doggett 9, Team 2. Totals: 18 8-20 51.

Colonial Beach (5–3): Keane Foster 12, Montie Gould 12, Darian Jones 0, Lamar Lucas 17, Dez’John Parker 0, Shamar Shanks 1, Kamron Smith 7, L.J. West 0. Totals: 17 12-17 49.

Three-point goals: Lancaster 5 (. Gibson, D. Stewart 2, T. Taylor, B. Doggett). Colonial Beach 3 (K. Foster, K. Smith 2).

WASHINGTON & LEE 57, RAPPAHANNOCK 54

Terrin Dickerson had 15 points, including a buzzer-beating 3-pointer that lifted Washington & Lee to a 57–54 boys basketball win against Rappahannock on Friday. Jeremy Turner had 12 rebounds and eight steals for W&L, which hosts Colonial Beach on Wednesday.

Rappahannock 12 14 13 15 — 54

W&L 13 9 22 13 — 57

Scoring

Rappahannock: Marcus Baird 8, Delvante Ellis 25, Tevin Fisher 7, Michael Gaines 3, Michael Lanier 6, Tyrell Robinson 5. Totals: 20 8-17 54

Washington & Lee (6–3): Trey Brown 14, Milan Bullock 14, Terrin Dickerson 15, Jacques Douglas 0, Chris Graham 0, Davon Hamilton 2, Jhamari Kelly 0, Bruce Smith 0, Jarret Sumiel 5, Jeremy Turner 4, D.J. Weldon 3. Totals: 18 6-14 57

Three-point goals: Rappahannock 2 (D. Ellis, M. Gaines). Washington & Lee 5 (T. Brown 2, T. Dickerson 2, J. Sumiel).

NORTHUMBERLAND 48, ESSEX 46

D.J. Ashlock had 11 points and 10 rebounds, and Sterling Hammond added 12 boards for Essex, but Northumberland held on for a win.

The Trojans visit Rappahannock on Tuesday.

Essex 9 11 12 14 — 46

Northumberland 16 9 7 16 — 48

Scoring

Essex (2–3): D.J. Ashlock 11, Alex Balderson 4, Sterling Hammond 9, C.J. Jones 10, Malik Martin 0, Teshon Nelson 2, Malik Stevenson 0, Tre Jones 10. Totals: 16 11-22 46.

Northumberland: D. Blue 2, Kevin Carter 13, Elvis Cottrell 4, Dy Harqum 3, Wesley Jackson 11, Amad Mohammed 0, DeShawn Murphy 4, Hakeem Shabazz 11. Totals: 16 14-24 48.

Three-point goals: Essex 3 (T. Jones 3). Northumberland 2 (E. Cottrell, D. Harqum).

CULPEPER 73, LIBERTY 47

Culpeper outscored Liberty by a 35–14 clip in the first quarter and rolled to a lopsided 73–47 boys basketball victory over winless Liberty on Friday night.

Henry Butler led the Blue Devils with 15 points, while Luther Gibbs and J.P. Gorby each had 10.

Culpeper hosts Louisa on Monday.

Liberty 14 11 13 9 — 47

Culpeper 35 14 16 8 — 73

Scoring

Liberty (0–9): Bailey Kestner 2, Titus Sizemore 4, Bailey Russell 9, Hakeem Johnson 2, Steven Hinton 6, Brenden Smith 12, Dulan Ramirez 12.

Culpeper (7–2): Luther Gibbs 10, Jeremy Robson 6, Henry Butler 15, Adrian Strother 7, Jermaine Butler 5, Bruce Mosley 8, Eli Marks 2, Anfernee Pendleton 2, J. P. Gorby 10, K’swan Johnson 6, Darion Romeo 2.

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