The Potomac Panthers finished the Govenor’s Challenge with a 56-38 win Saturday over Millford Mills at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center in Salisbury, Maryland.
Tyrell Harris’ double-double helped them end a two-game losing streak and improve their record to 7-4. He finished with 14 points (7-for-8 free throw shooting), 15 rebounds, two assists and two steals, while Manny White had 13 points, Jakhari Taylor had eight and Julian Cumba-Figueroa had seven.
Ray Woods added four assists and helped Potomac take a 10-2 lead in the first quarter, a 27-13 halftime advantage and a 42-26 advantage entering the fourth period.
Patriot boys basketball 58, Good Counsel 50
The Patriot Pioneers used a 14-point first quarter to win the championship of their bracket during the Govennor’s Challenge by defeating Good Counsel’s boys basketball team 58-50 Saturday at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center in Salisbury, Maryland.
They entered the second quarter with a 16-2 lead and had a 32-17 halftime advantage to hold off a 21-10 run by Good Counsel in the third period. Patriot finished the game on a 16-12 run to remain undefeated at 10-0.
Hagen Vandiver led the Pioneers with 17 points while Devon Parrish had 16 and Jakai Moore had 14 on 5 for-6 field goal shooting with Jackson Ford adding six points. Moore also had seven rebounds while Parrish and Vandiver had six each, and Griffin Flanagan had five.
Adding three assists each were Parrish and Yusef Salih, while Zack Blue and Flanagan had two steals apiece.
Osbourn Park girls basketball 43, Westfield 32
The Osbourn Park Yellow Jackets concluded the Westfield Holiday Classic with a 43-32 victory Saturday against Westfield in Chantilly.
Shay Hagans led them with 16 points and Karissa Highlander had 10, so Osbourn Park’s record improved to 8-3.
Freedom (South Riding) boys basketball 69, Gar-Field 55
The Gar-Field Indians finished the Joe Cascio Holiday Tournament with a 69-55 loss Saturday against Freedom (South Riding) at Falls Church High.
Antwi Asante scored 14 points, Christian Matthews had 13 (6-for-9 field goals) and Monty Byers had 12, but the Indians’ record still fell to 3-7. Dylan Watts added eight points and Jalen Byers had seven. Aasante also had five assists and Matthews had six rebounds.
Freedom took a 15-7 lead in the first quarter, led 32-25 at halftime and entered the fourth period with a 49-36 advantage.
Brentsville girls basketball 37, Rappahannock 28
The Brentsville Tigers won the Manassas Park Holiday Tournament championship Saturday by beating Rappahannock’s girls basketball team 37-28 with 17 points from Catharine Forst.
She made 9 of 11 free throws to help Brentsville rally from a 16-13 halftime deficit and remain undefeated at 10-0. Gabriella Garrison added 10 points and Cai Smith had seven.
Defensively, the Tigers held an opponent under 29 points for the sixth time this season.
Chantilly boys basketball 68, Battlefield 56
Despite 20 points from Stacey Terry, the Battlefield Bobcats finished the Fairfax High School Holiday Tournament with a 68-56 loss Saturday to Chantilly’s boys basketball team.
He scored all of his points after the Bobcats fell behind 22-6 in the first quarter. Chantilly expanded its lead to 40-16 at halftime and entered the fourth period with a 60-36 advantage, so Battlefield’s record fell to 9-4.
Jordan Radford added 13 points, Corbin Skaff had 11 and Trevor Bounds had six.
Oakton girls basketball 60, Patriot 39
The Patriot Pioneers finished the Oakton Holiday Tournament with a 60-39 loss Saturday to Oakton in Fairfax.
Raigan Booker scored 15 points, but the Pioneers' record fell to 6-4 after falling behind 18-13 in the first quarter, 34-17 at halftime and 43-20 entering the fourth period.
Kiley Smith added six points and Elena Bertrand had five, while Caitlin Blackman had six assists and four steals. Booker also had six rebounds and Naomi Hanton had four, while Bertrand had two steals and two assists.
Dover boys basketball 68, Forest Park 42
The Forest Park Bruins lost to the Dover (Delaware) boys basketball team 68-42 Saturday during the Bracket 13 championship game of the Govenor’s Challenge at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center in Salisbury, Maryland.
After falling behind 11-1 in the first quarter, the Bruins’ four-game winning streak ended and their record fell to 4-6. They trailed 27-16 at halftime and entered the fourth period in a 47-25 deficit.
Brandon Daniels led the Bruins with 11 points, Darryl Garib had eight and Kenneth Clark had five.