John Day scored 32 points and Brian Johnson hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 16 seconds left as Washington & Lee rallied to hand Colonial Beach its first Northern Neck District boys basketball loss, 68-67, on Tuesday night.

Corvion Davis’ 16 points led a balanced attack for the Drifters, who host Rappahannock on Friday. W&L visits Northumberland on the same night.

Colonial Beach        217   15   14   67
Wash. & Lee11   211125   —68

Colonial Beach (13–5, 7–1): Corvion Davis 16, Tavares Lucas 12, Zaccheus Courtney 2, Aneis Lyons 15, Mason Delane 6, Trevor Smith 0, Jace Jett 14, Roman Lasse 0, Myreon Johnson 0, M.J. Virgil 0. Totals 22 17–24 67.

Washington & Lee (9–11, 4–5): Moochie Hunter 0, J.J. McNeill 8, Shane McNeill 5, Tyler Holden 0, John Day 32, Kenneth Turner 2, Michaiah Coleman 0, Devy Reed 8, Carl Baylor 0, Raquon Dameron 0, Brian Johnson 13. Totals 24 12-24 68.

3-pointers: CB 6 (Jett 4, Lyons 2); W&L 8 (Day 5, Coleman 2, Johnson).

BOYS BASKETBALL

COURTLAND 62,

KING GEORGE 41

Camryn McDonald scored 16 points to help lead Courtland over King George in a matchup of Battlefield District teams.

The Cougars travel to Spotsylvania on Friday.

King George     39161341
Courtland   18   13   18   13   —   62

King George (6-15, 2-9): Myckel Mason 2, Kaliaozo Aguolu 0, Javon Campbell 14, David Clift 2, Rontrell Williams 0, Mitchell Freitag 2, Teyon Richardson-Ransom 4, Calvin Jones 5, Keiron Kelly 3, Kyle Reviello 4, Jakob Brown. Totals: 14 12-23 41.

Courtland (12-8, 7-3): Shyheem Lewis 9, Jayden Allende 9, Keyonte Dean 10, Amr Nuri 2, Emile Marsh 2, Dre’Quan Roberts 0, Zane Fox 11, Logan Jones 2, Zavon Walker 0, Corey John 0, Camryn McDonald 16. Totals: 24 11-15 62.

3-pointers: KG 1 (Brown). Courtland 3 (Allende 2, Fox).

CARMEL 74,

CHURCH HILL 45

Elijah Roye recorded a double-double of 15 points and 11 rebounds in Carmel’s victory.

Joshua Campbell also scored 15 points to go along nine rebounds for the Wildcats, who travel to Benedictine on Tuesday.

Church Hill     614   131245
Carmel   15   2311   25   —   74

Church Hill: Williams 13, Mayfield 6, Perkins 0, Hicks 0, Washington 15, Braxton 8, . Totals: 17 7-11 45.

Carmel (9-13): Keeton Bailey 0, Tanner Hatchett 11, Nathan Flaherty 0, Devin Johnson 12, Joshua Campbell 15, Maurice Vincent 9, David Odia 4, Elijah Roye 15, Iziah Alexaner 8. Totals: 30 12-19 74.

3-pointers: Church Hill 4 (Washington 3, Williams). Carmel 2 (Campbell, Hatchett).

CAROLINE 95,

CHANCELLOR 76

Mykai Smith’s 37 points, six rebounds, and five assists powered Caroline to a Battlefield District win.

Kaylen Taylor recorded 21 points, eight steals, six reboudnds and five assits for the Cavaliers.

Ziggy Carter scored 17 points for the Chargers, who host Eastern View on Friday.

Chancellor     1121   182676
Caroline   21   2917   28   —   95

Chancellor (8-12, 6-4): Vincent Lewis 2, Ziggy Carter 17, Matt Mesick 2, Breydon Williams 11, Shane Batten 14, Anthony Melvin 9, Chris Atkinson 0, AJ Coghill 2, Todd Abed 6, Colby Bestick 0, Kamynie Okai 2, George Aste 0, Will Shands 3, Donovan Williams 8. Totals: 28 13-19 76.

Caroline (13-5, 7-3): Mykai Smith 37, Jaylen Taylor 9, Christian Walker 2, Camron Haskins 0, Kaylen Taylor 21, Xavier Campbell 7, Ryan Golladay 0, Chris Young 5, Jay Childs 3, Koby Metz 11. Totals: 38 9-14 95.

3-pointers: Chancellor 7 (Batten 2, Abed 2, Shands 2, Melvin). Caroline 8 (Smith 3, Campbell, Childs, Metz, K. Taylor, Young).

RIVERBEND 59,

MOUNTAIN VIEW 51

Robby Matos had 15 points and Saieed McLean 13 as Riverbend built a 17-point halftime lead and then held off visiting Mountain View for its first Commonwealth District win of the season.

Andy Castillo hit three 3-pointers and finished with 11 points for the Bears, who visit Colonial Forge on Wednesday.

Mountain View     48   152451
Riverbend   18   118   22   —   59

Mountain View (6-16, 1-9): Will Pataki 16, Jake Harter 18, Andrew Pitts 7, Amaria Walker 6, Jabez Clark 2, Rashan Jeffery 0, Marcus Boyd 0, Alex Davis 2, Slater Sparks 0. Totals: 17 16-19 51.

Riverbend (4-15, 1-8): Andy Castillo 11, Jaren Homes 1, Nate Sherman 0, Myles Taylor 6, Saieed McLean 13, Robby Matos 15, Jalen Suber 4, Clifton Goode 2, Will Wonsik 4, Gabe Woodfin 3. Totals: 15 24-32 59.

3-pointers: MV 1 (Pitts). Riverbend 5 (Castillo 3, Taylor 2).

FCS 67, FRED. ACADEMY 25

Caleb Deveau had 15 points and three assists, and four players scored in double-figures for Fredericksburg Christian in a Delaney Athletic Conference win.

Joshua Hill added 10 points, seven rebounds and six assists, and Brian Tinnell contributed 11 points and six boards for the Eagles, who visit Randolph-Macon Academy on Thursday.

Fred. Academy     9110525
Fred. Christian   14   24   15   14   —   67

Fredericksburg Academy: Woodford 0, Christmas 0, Laurser 6, Bryant 12, Drape 0, Madison 7. Totals: 9 5-10 25.

Fredericksburg Christian (5-11, 1-7): Chris Coffman 8, Caleb Deveau 15, Hunter Waite 0, Matthew Shaeffer 9, Cross Conway 0, Joshua Hill 10, Nick Miller 0, Connor Armand 12, Tyler Madison 2, Brian Tinnell 11. Totals: 28 1-4 67.

3-pointers: FA 2 (Laurser 2). FCS 10 (Deveau 3, Shaeffer 3, Hill 2, Armand 2).

GIRLS BASKETBALL

KING GEORGE 65,

COURTLAND 34

Halia Ellis’ 18 points and six assists helped the Foxes stay unbeaten despite the absence of two starters.

Oma Aguolu had 12 points and 10 rebounds and Brianna Martin added 13 points for King George.

Laila Campbell led Courtland with nine points.

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King George        14   15   13   25   —   65

Courtland (4–14, 1–8): Lydia Spicer 0, Zoye Willams 7, Eden Harvey 4, Atlee Thompson 2, Laila Campbell 9, Deziree Johnson 4, Ma’Kayla Baker 0, Alana Tilden 2, Noelle Hodges 6. Totals 12 9–14 34.

King George (20–0, 11–0): Lauren Sheehan 8, Brianna Martin 13, Oma Aguolu 10, Halia Ellis 18, Katherine Healey 9, Gabby Mack 6, Loren Tolliver 3. Totals 25 10-15 65.

3-pointers: Courtland 1 (Williams); KG 7 (Ellis 4, Sheehan 2, Tolliver).

CHANCELLOR 73,

CAROLINE 41

Isis Moore scored a game-high 18 points and Bianca Atkinson tallied 16 points, three assists and three steals in Chancellor’s Battlefield District.

M’laya Ainsworth had 12 points and five assists, while teammate Taylor Collins grabbed 10 rebounds for the Chargers, who travel to Eastern View on Friday.

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Chancellor        17   23   20   13   —   73

Caroline (7-13, 4-7): Jordan Copper 0, Branna Morton 13, Keshyra Jiggetts 0, Jayla Hill 6, Avianna Hopewell 1, Alexis Pitts 5, Kierstin Mosby 0, LaNadia Loving 8, Delaney Haislop 4, Amayah James 4. Totals: 16 8-13 41.

Chancellor (12-8, 7-3): Melody Washington 5, Jasmine Talley 8, Bianca Atkinson 16, M’laya Ainsworth 12, Isis Moore 18, Jackie Fagan 2, Taylor Collins 2, M’kayla Ainsworth 10. Totals: 27 13-17 73.

3-pointers: Caroline 1 (Pitts). Chancellor 6 (Atkinson 3, Moore 2, Talley, Washington).

MASSAPONAX 64,

STAFFORD 46

Amira Roy scored a game-high 19 points and had nine rebounds to lead Massaponax to a Commonwealth District win.

Madison Vogel tallied 17 points, seven assists and four steals for the Panthers, who travel to Mountain View on Tuesday.

Stafford   20   1211546
Massaponax     1412   28   10   —   64

Stafford (7-15, 3-8): Sandra Fisher 0, Jada Robinson 11, Malia Alam 6, Iliana Floode 4, Alia Carmichael 10, Katie Marschall 0, Makenzie Wilson 9, Genesis Houston 5. Totals: 16 8-15 46.

Massaponax (6-16, 2-19): Madison Vogel 17, Imahni Spears 0, Raine Tweedy 13, Tianna Firms 2, Janiah Andrews 9, Haliegh Mullikin 0, Imani Williams 0, Amira Roy 19, Aryonna Coles 4. Totals: 23 15-27 46.

3-pointers: Stafford 4 (Wilson 3, Carmichael). Massaponax 3 (Vogel 3).

W&L 50, KING WILLIAM 33

Makaila Veney’s 16 points helped propel Washington & Lee to a nondistrict win.

Wash & Lee         128   10   20   —   50
King William9   1010433

Wash. & Lee: Kennise Gray 10, Dekira Martin 1, Whitney Wolf 5, Makaila Veney 16, Courtney Garland 0, DeVonna Fisher 9, Jayniyah Coffman 0, Megan Smith 0, Taliyah Ball 9. Totals: 19 10-24 50.

King William: Dungee 2, Salmon 11, Anderson 2, Carter 2, Weeden 2, Pitts 2, Patterson 9, Holmes 2, Temple 1. Totals: 15 3-8 33.

3-pointers: W&L 2 (Ball 2). King William None.

FCS 61, FRED. ACADEMY 9

Brianna DeArmas had a season-high eight points and added three rebounds as Fredericksburg Christian cruised to a Delaney Athletic Conference win.

Taylor Thomas added a solid all-around effort with 15 points, six assists, five steals, three rebounds and two steals for the Eagles.

Sarah Tate supplied 24 points and 16 rebounds for FCS, which visits Steward on Thursday.

Fred. Academy     20529
Fred. Christian   23   15   10   13   —   61

Fredericksburg Academy: G. Norair 0, S. Simes 0, D. Conerly 0, G. Chong 0, E. Clements 2, K. Amberger 3, K. Doherty 0, I. Larimore 0, J. Murphy 2, H. Amberger 2. Totals: 4 0-4 9.

Fredericksburg Christian (8-5): Bella Izadi 8, Grayson Scott 0, Amaya Roane 0, Taylor Thomas 15, Morgan Griffis 4, Chloe Hudson 0, Riley Davis 0, Brianna DeArmas 8, Cassie Miller 2, Sarah Tate 24. Totals: 27 5-6 61.

3-pointers: FA: none. FCS 2 (Izadi 2).

EASTERN VIEW 61,

SPOTSYLVANIA 44

Makayla McCombs, Terese Greene and Sarah Hatfield each scored 12 points, and Eastern View jumped out to 17-point lead after the first quarter en route to a Battlefield District win.

Spotsylvania, which played the Cyclones even over the final three quarters, was led by Nakiyah Bumgardner with 15 points, six rebounds and four steals.

Justiz Ballard (three rebounds) and Anastacia Tracy (five rebounds, steal) also contributed on Senior Night for the Knights, who visit Courtland on Friday.

Eastern View        26   11   16   8   —   61
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Eastern View (15-5, 8-2): Makayla McCombs 12, Terese Greene 12, Anya Lawson 2, Trinity Washington 3, Sarah Hatfield 12, McKenna Warren 0, Kendra Williams 8, Maylasia Simmons 4, Christa Brown 3, Montana Hoffman 5. Totals: 23 9-19 61.

Spotsylvania (7-14, 4-7): Zion Johnson 0, Haleigh Perkins 3, Alicia Gray 0, Breana Donnell 7, Justiz Ballard 5, Anastacia Tracy 0, Nahiyah Bumgardner 15, Caterina Tracy 0, Mariah Evans 12, Taylor Krause 2. Totals: 16 11-20 44.

3-pointers: EV 6 (McCombs 2, Greene 2, Brown, Hoffman). Spotsylvania 1 (Perkins).

RIVERBEND 47,

MOUNTAIN VIEW 33

Tianna Smith had 20 points and five steals to help visiting Riverbend remain unbeaten in Commonwealth District play.

Jasmin Williams added 15 points, six rebounds and four steals, and Maddy Slunt provided seven rebounds, four assists and three blocks for the Bears, who host Colonial Forge on Wednesday.

Caroline Pollock and Nia St. Cyr totaled nine and eight rebounds, respectively, for Mountain View, which entertains Colonial Forge on Friday.

Riverbend   12   179947
Mountain View     99   11   4   —   33

Riverbend (15-5, 9-0): Tekiya Cadden 1, Tianna Smith 20, Mikayla Via 5, Jasmin Williams 16, Madison Sarver 2, Maddy Slunt 4, Reiley Gibson 0, Sabrina Hunter 0, Charlotte Patton 0, Princess Quansah 0. Totals: 16 14-36 47.

Mountain View (8-12, 4-6): Emma Stalteri 8, Caroline Pollock 1, Jasmine Alexander 4, Janelle Anderson 2, Destiny Gnansonoun 1, Nia St. Cyr 5, Maggie Sharp 12, Amaya Ballesteros 0, To’Sheana Hook 0, Sugar Cassett 0. Totals: 9 13-24 33.

3-pointers: Riverbend 1 (Smith). MV 2 (Stalteri, Sharp).

Monday’s result

BOYS BASKETBALL

W&L 62, ESSEX 60

Despite having a tough night at the free-throw line overall, it was two free throws by John Day Jr., who finished with 38 points, with 17 seconds left that secured visiting Washington & Lee a Northern Neck District win.

Carl Baylor was a key factor defensively down the stretch for the Eagles, holding Essex’s Tamaje Jones (28 points) to two points in the last five minutes.

Wash. & Lee     11   19   16   1662
Essex   16131912   —   60

Washington & Lee (8-11, 3-5): J.J. McNeill 17, Shane McNeill 4, John Day Jr. 38, Devy Reed 3, Moochie Hunter 0, Kenneth Turner 0, Micaiah Coleman 0, Carl Baylor 0. Totals: 23 13-30 62.

Essex: Tamaje Jones 28, Avante Banks 2, Tahraun Hammond 4, Ahkaliq Martin 4, Montaevious White 8, DaVante Harvey 12, Jamel Smith 2. Totals: 23 13-14 60.

3-pointers: W&L 3 (Day Jr. 2, Reed). Essex 1 (White).



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