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Prep Roundup: Boys Basketball

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CULPEPER 81, JAMES MONROE 72

J.P. Gorby walked to the line and hit three free throws with 34 seconds left in the third quarter to give Culpeper its first second-half lead (61–60) over visiting James Monroe Tuesday night.

The Blue Devils never trailed after that and handed the Yellow Jackets their first Battlefield District loss of the season, 81–72.

“They just wanted it more than we did,” JM coach Antonio Coghill said.

Culpeper (12–7, 9–2) jumped off to a quick 14–4 first quarter advantage only to see JM rebound in the second frame and take a brief lead. The contest was tied 39–39 at halftime.

JM (14–2, 8–1) built a 48–41 third-quarter advantage but Culpeper inched its way back and regained the lead when Gorby, who had 17 points on the night, was fouled and hit the three free throws.

Culpeper’s 6–5 center, Devonte Deans, led all scorers with 21 points, all in the second half. Te’Quan Alers, James Monroe’s big 6–9 senior, scored 17—14 of them in the second half—but never really got into the flow of the game.

Alers did not start because he was late for practice and then drew two fouls in the first two minutes he saw action. Minutes later he picked up a third foul and sat the bench most of the first half.

After Culpeper built a 10-point (72–62) fourth-quarter advantage, Coghill went to Alers and he scored six points down the stretch. It was not enough.

Deans hit five of six free throws and Adrian Strother added four more as the Blue Devils sewed up their third district win in five days.

Julian Bumbrey led JM with 18 points, while Alers added 17. Tony Scott and Bruce Johnson had eight each.

Sophomore Henry Butler scored all 15 of his points in the second half while running the Culpeper offense.

Strother scored nine, and Mike Kenney and Nik Stewart each had seven.

    J. Monroe 17 22 21 12 — 72

    Culpeper 21 18 22 20 — 81

    Scoring

    James Monroe (14–2, 8–1): A’darius Brown 0, Jaamir Bumbrey 5, Torreik Ferguson 6, Tony Scott 8, Marcus Finnie 4, Te’Quan Alers 17, Julian Bumbrey 18, Bruce Johnson 8, Alex Baker 6. Totals: 27 15-30 72

    Culpeper: J.P. Gorby 17, Adrian Strother 9, Mike Kenney 7, Nik Stewart 7, Henry Butler 15, Anthony Banks 5, Devonte Deans 21. Totals: 27 23-31 81

    Three-point goals: James Monroe 3 (J. Bumbrey, T. Ferguson, J. Bumbrey). Culpeper 4 (J. Gorby 2, M. Kenney, N. Stewart).

CAROLINE 70, EASTERN VIEW 50

Jaron Moore led all scorers with 16 points and pulled down nine rebounds to help Caroline get a Battlefield District home win.

Joe Bouldin added seven rebounds and six assists, and Chris Thomas added five steals for the Cavaliers, who host James Monroe on Wednesday.

    Eastern View 8 15 12 15 — 50

    Caroline 13 12 21 24 — 70

    Scoring

    Eastern View: Dasean Apperson 1, Will Estes 4, Justin Gardner 6, L.J. Hackley 3, Monte Mosely 3, Jordan Queen 0, Kane Reece 6, Alejandro Rivera 0, Ben Safren 14, Tra Shanks 4, Lamont Shipp 0, T.J. White 9. Totals: 16 12-20 50.

    Caroline (8–10, 4–6): Breland Allen 0, Devin Allen 0, Sydney Bates 8, Joe Bouldin 6, Will Howard 4, Frank Jones 10, Kamen Mickens 5, Delvin Mines 6, Jaron Moore 16, Bevontae Morris 0, Miles Smith 1, Chris Thomas 14. Totals: 18 32-40 70.

    Three-point goals: Eastern View 6 (J. Gardner 2, L. Hackley, M. Mosely, B. Safren 2). Caroline 2 (J. Moore 2).

CHANCELLOR 60, COURTLAND 48

Chancellor jumped on the Cougars early en route to a Battlefield District win. Courtland visits James Monroe on Friday.

    Chancellor 16 14 9 21 — 60

    Courtland 7 11 9 21 — 48

    Scoring

    Chancellor: Quincy Hayes 8, Josh James 4, Alex Hamn 2, Chris Holmes 12, Darrin Baker 3, Chris Patterson 6, Ben Watkins 2, Charles Tillery 10, Donald Fryar 11, Tre’von Henson 0, Anthony Alexander 2. Totals: 23 14-23 60.

    Courtland (3–16, 3–7): Andrew Michalick 0, Chris Bova 2, Kyle Talley 3, Voshon Carpenter 19, Wayne Hawkins 11, Sheldon White 0, Eric Lara 0, Michael Amrhine 3, Damion Washington 4, Shaquan Mitchell 0, Sam Henkel 6. Totals: 16 12-18 48.

    Three-point goals: Chancellor 0. Courtland 4 (K. Talley, V. Carpenter 2, M. Amrhine).

NORTH STAFFORD 64, RIVERBEND 54

T.J. Jones had 16 points and seven rebounds to lead North Stafford to a 64–54 Commonwealth District boys basketball win at Riverbend on Tuesday night.

Lyndon White chipped in 15 points and four steals, while Trejon McGee led all scorers with 19 points for the Wolverines.

DeAndre Davis and Elijah Brown combined for 23 points to lead the Bears, who visit Colonial Forge Wednesday night.

North Stafford hosts Brooke Point on Friday.

    No. Stafford 23 10 10 21 — 64

    Riverbend 15 13 15 11 — 54

    Scoring

    North Stafford (16–3, 12–2): T.J. Jones 16, Trejon McGee 19, Usie Miller 0, Tykie Nelson 2, Brandon Ravenel 7, Denzel Shumpert 2, Jordan Thompson 3, Justin Tuckson 0, Lyndon White 15. Totals: 21 20-26 64.

    Riverbend (11–7, 7–5): Chris Baird 4, Elijah Brown 11, DeAndre Davis 12, Garrison Davis 0, Omar Kemp 10, Zachary Seay 6, Zach Sims 2, Tre’von Walton 9. Totals: 21 11-19 54.

    Three-point goals: North Stafford 2 (T. McGee 2). Riverbend 1 (T. Walton).

MOUNTAIN VIEW 53, ALBEMARLE 36

Lucas Brown and Mason Stutler led Mountain View with 11 points apiece in its win over Albemarle.

DaeSean Hamilton and Joe Wilson chipped in nine points each for the Wildcats, who host Riverbend on Friday.

    Mount. View 16 15 12 10 — 53

    Albemarle 9 6 14 7 — 36

    Scoring

    Mountain View (14–5, 10–3): Max Beckham 2, Lucas Brown 11, Tarrren Christian 0, Xavier Fisher 0, DaeSean Hamilton 9, Ben Keller 0, Dustin Maghan 0, Tyrus Mason 7, Tyrell Mason 4, Mason Stutler 11, Joe Wilson 9. Totals: 16 17-20 53.

    Albemarle: Benny Baranik 4, Lee Carneal 2, Logan Ford 2, Matt Goodrich 7, Kendall Hawkins 9, Danny Jackson 0, Andrew Mann 7, Dashon Tibbs 0, Danny Vaughn 5. Totals: 9 16-27 36.

    Three-point goals: Mountain View 4 (T. Mason, M. Stutler 3). Albemarle 2 (M. Goodrich, K. Hawkins).

LANCASTER 67, ESSEX 57

Reggie Johnson had 19 points for Essex, but visiting Lancaster took home a Northern Neck District win.

Demonte Taylor added 12 points and 10 rebounds for the Trojans, who host Northumberland on Friday.

    Lancaster 13 24 15 15 — 67

    Essex 8 11 18 20 — 57

    Scoring

    Lancaster: Colding 14, Coleman 5, Craft 0, Gibson 2, Gregory 14, Lee 0, Manning 14, Morris 18, K. Smith 0. Totals: 28 5-9 67.

    Essex (15–3, 5–2): Adarius Booker 10, Lavonte Bundy 4, Keith Bundy 6, A.J. Gardner 0, Reggie Johnson 19, Dartanious Jones 3, Jamal Layne 0, Demonte Taylor 12, Alonzo Tompkins 3. Totals: 20 13-15 57.

    Three-point goals: Lancaster 6 (Colding, Coleman, Manning 2, Morris 2). Essex 4 (R. Johnson 3, D. Jones).

NORTHUMBERLAND 66, COLONIAL BEACH 45

Montie Gould led the Drifters with 10 points in a Northern Neck District loss.

Colonial Beach hosts Rappahannock on Friday.

    N’umberland 12 21 20 13 — 66

    Col. Beach 15 14 7 9 — 45

    Scoring

    Northumberland: Taylor Baliles 4, Josh Bates 9, Keith Bryant 6, Jalen Conoway 15, Kyle Elmore 2, Jordan Lee 2, Aaron Lewis 9, Stacy Sheldon 1, Chris Waller 8. Totals: 19 15-22 66.

    Colonial Beach (4–15, 1–7): Kiante Dickerson 5, Keane Foster 18, Montie Gould 10, Sidney Horton 0, Travis Irvine 2, Tim McDowney 2, Charles Pierce 5, Josh Sanford 3. Totals: 16 6-16 45.

    Three-point goals: Northumberland 3 (J. Bates 3). Colonial Beach 7 (K. Dickerson, K. Foster 4, M. Gould, J. Sanford).

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