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High school sports roundup: Courtland boys slip past Caroline
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High school sports roundup: Courtland boys slip past Caroline

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After a close foul-filled first half Courtland clamped down on the mistakes and the defense to overcome a six-point deficit to take down Caroline 65–64 in a Battlefield District boys’ basketball game Tuesday night.

Courtland was led by Aaron Brooks who contributed 22 points in the win. While Caroline was led by Dominque Washington who contributed 18 points.

Courtland  14  14  20  17 —  65
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Courtland: Colin Ryan 2, Aaron Brooks 22, Micah Roberts 6, Terrell Boxley 3, Darren Green 20, Tremon Adams 4, Christian Lewis 8. Totals: 25 13–27 65.
Caroline: Jevonte Wright Parker 7, Dominique Washington 18, Jay Freeman 15, Irving Olivis 5, Shawn Harris 10 pts, Jalen Haney 9. Totals: 20 18–27 64.
3-pointers: Courtland 2 (Roberts 2); Caroline 6 (Haney 3, Freeman 2, Washington).

BOYS BASKETBALL

CULPEPER 57, JM 54

Nate Amos scored 24 points and Zack Eckard 19 as Culpeper overcame an early deficit and held off visiting James Monroe for a Battlefield District victory.

Dezaun Robinson led three double-figures scorers with 15 for the Yellow Jackets. Michael Edwards and Tyrone Conteh added 10 each.

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Culpeper  10  20  10  17 —  57
James Monroe: Ke'shaun Wallace 0, Tim Ford 2, Dezaun Robinson 15, Michael Edwards 10, Jabes Rountree 2, Tyson Taylor 9, R.J. Turner 4, Jake Wack 2, Tyrone Conteh 10. Totals: 24 5-8 54.  
Culpeper: Nate Amos 24, Tyler Simmons 0, Zach Eckard 19, Malachi Terrell 1, Qunton Butler 9, Jayden Johnson 9. Totals: 23 4-7 57. 
Three-pointers: JM 5 (Robinson 3, Edwards 2); Culpeper 7 (Amos 4, Eckard 3).

VERITAS 76, FCS 70

The Eagles fell short at home, but not before Luke Chilton recorded a double-double with 15 points and 15 rebounds.

Fredericksburg Christian will host Richmond Spirit on Thursday.

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FCS  10  22  19  19 —  70
Veritas: Markus Robinson 44, Zayveon Rogers 10, Koren Jones 11, Condarious Newsome 1, Tyler Murray 10. Totals: 24, 16-23-76.
FCS (3-7): John Varlas 10, Noah Caesar 18 Dakota Sellers 18, Jack Delao 7, Luke Chilton 15, Drake Morris 2. Totals: 21, 7-10-70.
3-pointers: Veritas 4 (Robinson 3, Jones). FCS 7 (Varlas 2, Caesar 3, Sellers, Delao).

GIRLS BASKETBALL

COURTLAND 71, CAROLINE 69

Kiyah Lewis’s 30 points helped lead Courtland to a comeback victory over Caroline. Olivia Hillard scored 15 and Janeah Bell added 13 to bring the Cougars back from a 13-point deficit.

Kayla Montgomery lead the Cavaliers with 25 points with Janiyaha Pickett contributing another 15 in a losing cause for Caroline.

Caroline  21  17  12  19 —  69
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Caroline: Kayla Montgomery 25, Janiyaha Pickett 15, Alexia Gilhuys 12, Korryh Parker 9, Jada Jetter 6, Grace Shannon 2. Totals: 26 10-13 69.
Courtland: Kiyah Lewis 30, Olivia Hilliard 15, Jeaneah Bell 13, Shavia Davis 9, Janay Hill 4. Totals: 28 14-21 71.
3-pointers: Caroline 7 (Parker 3, Gilhuys 2, Montgomery, Jetter). Courtland 1 (Davis).

ST. CATHERINE’S 62, FCS 40

Despite a game-high 25 points and 11 rebounds from Taylor Thomas, Fredericksburg Christian lost a road game in Richmond.

Joya Powell led St. Catherine’s with 21 points.

FCS will face Trinity Christian next Tuesday.

FCS  10  11  15  4 —  40
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Fredericksburg Christian: Bella Izadi 5, Grayson Scott 0, Hannah Williamson 2, Taylor Thoams 25, Morgan Griffis 8, Kate Blalock 0, Rylie Johnson 0. Totals: 12 11–17 40.
St. Catherine’s: Sloane Coble 3, Joya Powell 21, Sydney McAdoo 2, Eliza Cochran 17, Sam Urbine 5, Lalla Britt 12, Lindsy Paulin 2. Totals: 23 8–12 62.

COLONIAL BEACH 52, W&L 33

Cora Bowler's 18 points and five steals led the visiting Drifters to a Northern Neck District victory. Colonial Beach faced King & Queen on Wednesday.

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Washington & Lee  11  9  5  8 —  33
Colonial Beach:  L. Phillips 7, C. Royall 3, K. Franks 0, C. Davis 8, C. Davis 9, C. Bowler 18, A. Michalicek 0, J. McGinnis 7. Totals: 21 7-23 52. 
Washington & Lee: C. Candia 5, S. Williams 1. B. Wheeler 0, J. Gaskins 2, L. Clarke 6, K. Delano 10, J. Rodriguez 2, S. Brown 0, K. Mebene 0, L. Clarke 7. Totals: 13 7-23 33.  
Three-pointers: Colonial Beach 3 (Phillips, Royall C. Davis); W&L 0. 

JAMES MONROE 57, CULPEPER 17

Kayanna Cloud's 19 points and 17 rebounds led the Yellow Jackets to a decisive Battlefield District victory.

Isabel Whittman added 15 points and Logan Conner 12 for JM. Amath Chol cleared 16 rebounds.

James Monroe hosts Spotsylvania Friday.

EASTERN VIEW 69, SPOTSYLVANIA 26

Kelly Ross scored 18 points in a losing cause for the Knights.

SWIMMING

BROOKE POINT vs. COLONIAL FORGE

The Eagles' girls won every event in a 190-86 victory, while the boys completed the sweep with a 177-108 win.

BOYS MEET

200-yard medley relay: Brooke Point (Owen Hoban, Caleb Luxeder, Niko Casale, Ryan Megna) 1:49.62; 200 freestyle: Kevin McGowan (CF) 1:56.37; 200 IM: Hoban (BP) 1:59.06; 50 free: Aubrey Struder (CF) 23.09; 100 butterfly: McGowan (CF) 56.60; 100 free: Samuel Calder (CF) 50.91; 500 free: Calder (CF) 5:04.25; 200 free relay: Colonial Forge (Daniel Gibbs, Ian Bennett, McGowan, Calder) 1:33.81; 100 backstroke: Hoban (BP) 55.16; 100 breaststroke: Gibbs (CF) 1:07.65; 400 free relay: Colonial Forge (Bennett, Calder, McGowan, Gibbs) 3:28.26.

GIRLS MEET

200 medley relay: Colonial Forge (Sophia Penton, Mikayla Kainu, n/a, Emily Harper) 2:08.59; 200 free: Molly Miler (CF) 2:12.44; 200 IM: Ashley Wang (CF) 2:12.25; 50 free: Miller (CF) 27.44; 100 fly: Ashley Wang (CF) 59.88; 100 free: Penton (CF) 57.40; 500 free: Kainu (CF) 6:19.40; 200 free relay: Colonial Forge (Penton, Miller, Kathryn Johnson, Wang) 1:51.13; 100 back: Penton (CF) 1:04.75; 100 breast: Kainu (CF) 1:21.89: 400 free relay: Colonial Forge (Johnson, Kainu, Miller, Wang) 4:07.13.

3-pointers: FCS 5 (Thomas 4, Izadi); St. Catherine’s 8 (Powell 4, Britt 2, Coble, Urbine).

 

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