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Prep Roundup: Boys Basketball

STANDINGS

    COMMONWEALTH DISTRICT

    (Dist., O’all, School)

    (9–1, 12–2) North Stafford

    (7–3, 10–6) Brooke Point

    (6–3, 9–5) Mountain View

    (5–4, 8–6) Riverbend

    (5–5, 7–7) Stafford

    (5–5, 6–9) Albemarle

    (4–6, 5–10) Colonial Forge

    (3–7, 6–9) Massaponax

    (0–10, n/a) Orange

    BATTLEFIELD DISTRICT

    (Dist., O’all, School)

    (6–0, 11–1) James Monroe

    (6–1, 10–4) Chancellor

    (4–2, 8–6) King George

    (4–2, 7–7) Culpeper

    (2–5, 6–9) Caroline

    (2–5, 2–11) Courtland

    (2–4, 4–10) Eastern View

    (0–7, 0–14) Spotsylvania

FROM STAFF REPORTS

MOUNTAIN VIEW 50, COLONIAL FORGE 49

Lucas Brown hit the second of two free throws with 2.6 second left to snap a 49–49 tie, as Mountain View’s boys basketball team rallied in the fourth quarter to get a 50–49 Commonwealth District win against visiting Colonial Forge last night.

Brown and Mason Stutler each finished with 15 points for the Wolverines, who entertain North Stafford on Tuesday.

    Colonial Forge 10 5 21 13 — 49

    Mount. View 12 4 14 20 — 50

    Scoring

    Colonial Forge (5–10, 4–6): Dallas Driver 0, Damen Daniel 9, Alex Ludovico 2, Ryan Snyder 21, Marco Haskins 11, Ignacio Alleyne 2, Jalen Frazier 4. Totals: 18 9-15 49.

    Mountain View (9–5, 6–3): Tyrus Mason 0, DaeSean Hamilton 2, Ben Keller 1, Tarrren Christian 0, Joe Wilson 13, Lucas Brown 15, Mason Stutler 15, Tyrell Mason 4. Totals: 15 14-20 50.

    Three-point goals: Colonial Forge 4 (D. Daniel 2, R. Snyder, M. Haskins). Mountain View 6 (L. Brown, M. Stutler 4, T. Mason).

BROOK POINT 62, MASSAPONAX 53

T.T. Felder recorded a double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds to lead Brooke Point over Massaponax.

Ryan Corp added 15 points and 10 assists for the Black–Hawks, who host Orange on Tuesday.

    Brooke Point 23 12 12 15 — 62

    Massaponax 8 11 19 15 — 53

    Scoring

    Brooke Point (10–6, 7–3): Ryan Corp 15, Jalen Cotton 17, Marquete Eddie 0, T.T. Felder 13, Mario Gills 8, Nate Phelps 0, Alex Tharp 9. Totals: 27 7-12 62

    Massaponax (6–9, 3–7): Devon Black 8, Charles Edwards 2, Joey Foster 7, Nate Grosskopf 10, Trevon Jones 18, Patrick Martin Jr. 0, Aaron McFarland 8, Keith Phelps 0, Logan Seacrist 0. Totals: 20 7-12 53

    Three-point goals: Brooke Point 1 (A. Tharp). Massaponax 6 (J. Foster, N. Grosskopf 2, T. Jones, A. McFarland 2).

KING GEORGE 65, COURTLAND 56

L.J. Baylor and Damion Carroll both had double-doubles as King George pulled away in the fourth quarter to secure a Battlefield District win.

Baylor finished with 22 points and 10 rebounds, and Carroll added 15 points and 10 boards for the Foxes, who entertain James Monroe on Wednesday.

    Courtland 10 13 16 17 — 56

    King George 10 16 12 27 — 65

    Scoring

    Courtland (2–11, 2–5): Michael Amrhine 0, Voshon Carpenter 18, Wayne Hawkins 2, Sam Henkel 2, Eric Lara 0, Travis Mickens 16, Shaquan Mitchell 2, Kyle Talley 8, Damion Washington 8, Sheldon White 0. Totals: 22 7-13 56.

    King George (8–6, 4–2): L.J. Baylor 22, Justin Brown 3, De’Shon Brown 8, Damion Carroll 15, Alon Clippard 4, Keenan Frye 7, Anthony Howard 6, Jamonte Parker 0. Totals: 23 16-30 65.

    Three-point goals: Courtland 5 (V. Carpenter 2, T. Mickens 2, K. Talley). King George 3 (L. Baylor 2, J. Brown).

NORTHUMBERLAND 92, COLONIAL BEACH 56

Sidney Horton had 15 points and Montie Gould 13 for visiting Colonial Beach in a Northern Neck District loss.

The Drifters host Washington & Lee on Tuesday.

    Col. Beach 12 16 8 20 — 56

    N’umberland 19 20 20 23 — 82

    Scoring

    Colonial Beach (3–15, 0–3): Kiante Dickerson 5, Keane Foster 7, Montie Gould 13, Sidney Horton 15, Travis Irvine 1, Stephon Lastly 2, Tim McDowney 2, Mike McGorda 3, Charles Pierce 8, Josh Sanford 0. Totals: 20 8-18 56.

    Northumberland: Taylor Baliles 8, Josh Bates 10, Keith Bryant 4, Jalen Conoway 15, Kyle Elmore 11, Aaron Lewis 13, Stacy Sheldon 4, Chris Waller 6, Jordan Lee 2, Dorian Morris 4, Kendall Sutton 5. Totals: 37 4-8 82.

    Three-point goals: Colonial Beach 8 (K. Dickerson, K. Foster, M. Gould 3, S. Horton, M. McGorda, C. Pierce). Northumberland 4 (J. Conoway, K. Elmore 2, K. Sutton).

LANCASTER 62, ESSEX 53

Adarius Booker scored 22 points to lead Essex in a loss to Lancaster.

Reggie Johnson chipped in seven points for the Trojans, who host Rappahannock on Tuesday.

    Essex 8 13 18 14 — 53

    Lancaster 16 15 12 19 — 62

    Scoring

    Essex (11–2, 2–1): A.J. Ashlock 0, Adarius Booker 22, Lavonte Bundy 4, Keith Bundy 3, A.J. Gardner 0, Reggie Johnson 7, Dartanious Jones 4, Jamal Layne 2, Demonte Taylor 7, Alonzo Tompkins 4. Totals: 18 16-21 53.

    Lancaster: Colding 12, Coleman 16, Craft 0, Gibson 0, Gregory 10, Lee 0, Manning 6, Morris 16, Smith 2. Totals: 19 21-26 62.

    Three-point goals: Essex 1 (R. Johnson). Lancaster 3 (Coleman 3).

FRED. CHRISTIAN 86, RANDOLPH–MACON 40

Eric Shaw scored 22 points to lead Fredericksburg Christian over Randolph–Macon.

Delonte Victory added eight points for the Eagles, who host Courtland today.

    FCS 25 26 17 18 — 86

    R-M 10 12 10 8 — 40

    Scoring

    Fredericksburg Christian (12–2, 2–0): A.J. Addison 8, Aaron Alexander 8, Jacob Baker 8, Cody Goode 0, Brandon Hughes 2, Trey Rowser 8, Eric Shaw 22, A.J. Stevens 10, Brian Tucker 6, Colin Vakos 0, Delonte Victory 12, A.J. Washington 2. Totals: 38 9-14 86.

    Randolph-Macon: Seong Hong 5, Marcus Williams 4, Jonathon Farmer 8, Andre Lake 2, Khalid Everett 19, Edson Koerder 1, Jason Branch 0, Ian Richardson 2. Totals: 13 10-17 41.

    Three-point goals: Fredericksburg Christian 1 (D. Victory). Randolph-Macon 5 (S. Hong, J. Farmer, K. Everett 3).

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