M’kayla Ainsworth recorded 13 points, 10 rebounds, and four assists as Chancellor’s girls basketball team defeated visiting Riverbend 49–32 Friday night.

Isis Moore tallied 11 points and three steals for the Chargers.

Jasmin Williams led the Bears with 13 points.

Riverbend14738   —32
Chancellor      15   9   12   13   —   49

Riverbend (14-5): Tekiya Cadden 8, Tianna Smith 4, Mikayla Via 1, Sabrina Hunter 0, Jasmin Williams 13, Madison Sarver 2, Maddy Slunt 4. Totals: 11 6-15 32.

Chancellor (11-7): Melody Washington 1, Bianca Atkinson 9, M’laya Ainsworth 6, Isis Moore 11, Taylor Collins 9, M’kayla Ainsworth 13, Jasmine Talley 0. Totals: 14 18-28 49.

3-pointers: Riverbend 4 (Cadden 2, Smith, Williams). Chancellor 3 (Atkinson 2, Moore).

KING GEORGE 62, SPOTSYLVANIA 38

Halia Ellis led a balanced offense with 10 points in a Battlefield District win as the Foxes stayed unbeaten.

Aiyanna Ellis added 10 points and four teammates scored nine for the Foxes.

Nkiyah Bumgardner led the Knights with 23 points and 13 rebounds.

Spotsylvania   1011710   —38
King George   14   19   15   14   —   62

Spotsylvania (6–13, 3–6): Haleigh Perkins 4, Alicia Gray 0, Breana Donnell 2, Justiz Ballard 0, Anastasia Tracy 2, Nakiyah Bumgardner 23, Catarina Tracy 0, Taylor Krause 0, Mariah Evans 7. Totals: 15 8–13 38.

King George (17–0, 9–0): Lauren Sheehan 0, Brianna Martin 9, Aiyana Ellis 10, Oma Aguolu 9, Halia Ellis 12, Lauren McCall 9, Katherine Healey 4, Gabby Mack 0, Kaiya Young 0, Loren Tolliver 9. Totals: 25 7–13 62.

3-pointers: Spotsylvania 0; King George 5 (Tolliver 3, H. Ellis 2).

BROOKE POINT 72, MASSAPONAX 55

Lauryn Avery scored 25 points to lead all scorers as Brooke Point pulled away in the second half to top host Massaponax.

Madison Vogel led the Panthers in scoring with 23 points, including seven 3-pointers. Vogel also had two assists and two steals.

Brooke Point      16   23   19   14   —   72
Massaponax1621117   —55

Brooke Point (9-9, 6-4): Kylie Thuot 4, Zamaria Hutchinson 2, Lauryn Avery 25, Ayanna Parker 19, Eryka Avery 15, Jaylin Pressley 7, Brittany Pierce 0, Solaris Serrano 0, Jalynn Ford 0. Totals: 29 8-15 72.

Massaponax (5-16, 1-9): Imahni Spears 4, Madison Vogel 23, Raine Tweedy 11, Tianna Firms 3, Janiah Andrews 4, Haleigh Mullikin 0, Imani Williams 0, Aryonna Coles 0, Amira Roy 10. Totals: 20 7-10 55.

3-pointers: Brooke Point 6 (Parker 4, E. Avery 2). Massaponax 8 (Vogel 7, Tweedy).

EASTERN VIEW 48, JAMES MONROE 22

Kendra Williams scored 11 points to help Eastern View pick up a Battlefield District home win.

James Monroe2776   —22
Eastern View   8   19   14   7   —   48

James Monroe (4-15, 1-8): Isabel Whitman 2, Nia Bryant 0, Harmoni Swain 4, Amathy Chol 1, Ayanna Wynn-Grayson 6, Jessica Nibblins 0, Lili Watkins 0, Shana Tucker 4, Torjhae Ferguson 4, Renisha Jones 1. Totals: 8 6-15 22.

Eastern View (13-5, 6-2): Makayla McCombs 2, Terese Greene 6, Anya Lawson 7, Trinity Washington 2, Sarah Hatfield 5, McKenna Warren 0, Gianna Gilmore 1, Kendra Williams 11, Maylasia Simmons 7, Christa Brown 3, Chantel Moore 0, Montana Hoffman 4. Totals: 18 9-22 48.

3-pointers: JM: none. EV 3 (Greene, Simmons, Brown).

CAROLINE 37, COURTLAND 32

Laila Campbell tallied nine points, 10 rebounds, and two blocks, but visiting Caroline took the win over Courtland.

Noelle Hodges added five blocks for the Cougars.

Caroline   13   68   10   —   37
Courtland   94   127   —32

Caroline (7-12, 3-6): Jordan Copper 9, Brianna Morton 6, Keshyra Jiggetts 0, Jayla Hill 4, Avianna Hopewell 0, Alexis Pitts 0, Kierstin Mosby 0, LaNadia Loving 7, Delaney Haislop 0, Amayah James 0. Totals: 13 8-15 37.

Courtland (4-13, 1-7): Zoye Williams 5, Eden Harvey 1, Atlee Thompson 0, Laila Campbell 9, Deziree Johnson 7, Megan Niemynski 0, Me’Kaiyla Baker 0, Alana Tilden 3, Noelle Hodges 7. Totals: 11 8-16 32.

3-pointers: Caroline 3 (Pitts 2, Copper). Courtland 2 (Johnson 2).

MOUNTAIN VIEW 50, NORTH STAFFORD 30

Maggie Sharp had 22 points, four rebounds, and four assists as Mountain View nabbed a Commonwealth District win over North Stafford.

Caroline Pollack racked up 10 rebounds for the Wildcats.

Mountain View   14   5   10   21   —   50
North Stafford   124213   —30

Mountain View (8-11, 4-5): Emma Stalteri 6, Caroline Pollock 4, Jasmine Alexander 3, Janelle Anderson 0, Amaya Ballesteros 1, Destiny Gnansonoun 2, Nia St. Cyr 7, Maggie Sharp 22, To’Sheana Hook 3, Sugar Cassett 2. Totals: 16 15-23 50.

North Stafford (8-11, 2-7): Torrey Schwab 2, Jazmyne DeShields 10, Makayla Johnson 5, Maggy Duckett 2, Lauren Farace 4, Desiree Roy 4, Cayla Thomas 1, Faliyah Opoku 0. Totals: 12 4-12 30.

3-pointers: Mountain View 3 (Sharpe 2, Alexandra). NS: None.

HIGHLAND 77, FREDERICKSBURG CHRISTIAN 50

Sarah Tate provided the bulk of Fredericksburg Christian’s offense, scoring a game-high 32 points, but the Eagles fell to visiting Highland.

Tate also had 19 rebounds to record a double-double in the defeat.

Highland   19   22  25   11   —   77
Fredericksburg Christian   7151612   —50

Highland: Groux 6, Kirby 6, A. Soltys 4, Andrews 7, Ramcharan 8, Cochrane 11, Austin 8, K. Soltys 26, Brown 1. Totals: 27 16-24 77.

FCS: Bella Izadi 7, Grayson Scott 0, Amaya Roane 0, Taylor Thomas 6, Morgan Griffis 5, Chloe Hudson 0, Riley Davis 0, Brianna DeArmas 0, Cassie Miller 0, Sarah Tate 32. Totals: 15 17-32 50.

3-pointers: Highland 7 (K. Soltys 4, Andrews 2, Groux). FCS: None.



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