The Osbourn Park Yellow Jackets rebounded from their first loss of the girls basketball season in dominant fashion by beating Hylton 56-20 Wednesday on the road in Woodbridge.

Shay Hagans finished with 18 points and Karissa Highland had seven, helping the Yellow Jackets improve their record to 3-1 following a 63-56 loss Monday to Woodbridge. Hagans also had seven steals Wednesday for an OP defense that has held three of its four opponents this season under 21 points.

Highlander had five rebounds, too.

Colonial Forge boys basketball 62, Gar-Field 58

Despite 15 points apiece from Monty Byers and Jalen Byers, the Gar-Field Indians lost to Colonial Forge’s boys basketball team 62-58 Wednesday at home in Woodbridge.

Gar-Field led 16-15 at the end of the first quarter, 31-29 at halftime and 46-43 entering the fourth period, but Forge finished the game on a 19-12 run to drop the Indians’ record to 1-2.

Cory Wilson added 14 points (6-for-10 field goals) for Gar-Field and Antwi Asante had seven, while Dylan Watts had 11 rebounds and Byers had three assists.

Brentsville boys basketball 53, Sherando 48

The Brentsville Tigers earned their first victory of the boys basketball season Wednesday by beating Sherando 53-48 at home in Nokesville.

They survived a fourth-quarter run of 17-11 by the Warriors thanks to a 15-6 Brentsville steak in the third period. The Tigers also used a 19-11 run in the second quarter to enter halftime with a 27-25 lead en route to boosting their record to 1-2.

Sean Cunningham scored 13 points to help the Tigers top 28 points for the first time this winter, while Brandon Forst had nine points and Josiah Hogan had seven.

Hogan also had 12 rebounds, while Cunningham had six and Forst had four. Forst added three assists, too.

Robinson boys basketball 44, Forest Park 43

For the second time in three days, fewer than four points kept the Forest Park Bruins from claiming their first victory of the boys basketball season.

Robinson’s Sergio Delgaco made a 3-pointer from about 30 feet away as the final buzzer sounded Wednesday to give the Rams a 44-43 win over Forest Park on the road in Woodbridge. That dropped the Bruins’ record to 0-3 after they lost only 74-71 Monday against Battlefield.

“His only basket and proved to be the most important,” Forest Park coach Mak Dogbatse said of Delgaco. “In exciting fashion.”

Robinson entered the fourth quarter with a 28-27 lead following a 22-21 advantage at halftime and a 10-10 first-quarter tie. The Bruins took a late lead in the back-and-forth game, but the Rams responded with the buzzer-beating 3-pointer.

Forest Park’s Diego Cobb and the Rams’ Michael Powell were the only double-digit scorers in the defensive battle with Powell producing seven of his 13 points in the fourth period. Cobb ended with 10 points, while teammate Koy Yarbough had seven (5-for-6 free throws) with Brandon Daniels and Kenneth Clark adding six each.

Osbourn Park boys basketball 74, Hylton 67

The Osbourn Park Yellow Jackets won a game for the second time in three days Wednesday following their three-game losing streak to begin the boys basketball season.

They defeated Hylton 74-67 at home in Manassas to boost their record to 2-3 after also beating Woodbridge 68-51 Monday.

Ethan Wilson led the Yellow Jackets with 37 points Wednesday while Kylique Walker had 18 points and 12 rebounds.

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