The Osbourn Park Yellow Jackets held an opponent under 14 points for the second time in three days by beating Liberty’s girls basketball team 65-13 Wednesday.
They won on the road in Bealeton after defeating Gar-Field 63-13 Monday on the road in Woodbridge, so Osbourn Park has a 2-0 record thus far this season.
Shay Hagans, an all-region senior guard, led the Yellow Jackets with 12 points, including 2-for-3 3-point shooting. Jo Raflo added 10 points and Karissa Highander had nine. Highlander also had four rebounds.
Osbourn boys basketball 65, Gar-Field 41
The Osbourn Eagles had four double-figure scorers and held Gar-Field’s boys basketball team to 30 percent field goal shooting Wednesday to beat the Indians 65-41 on the road in Woodbridge.
Osbourn made only 23 percent of its 3-pointers (5-for-22) but still out-shot the Indians overall by making 43 percent of its field goals (22-for-51), which matched Gar-Field’s free-throw shooting percentage (12-for-28). So the Eagles improved their record to 2-0 while dropping Gar-Field to 1-1.
Matthew Pearson led Osbourn with 17 points, while Draykeau Hogan had 14, Marquis Freeman had 13 (5-for-6 field goals) and Jon Hylton had 11. Freeman made 2 of 3 3-pointers and Hogan made 2 of 4 to help the Eagles build a 17-6 lead in the first quarter, a 34-18 advantage by halftime and a 44-30 lead entering the fourth period.
Manny Ojo added six points, while Freeman and Hylton had six rebounds each.
The Indians lost despite 3-for-3 3-point shooting by Dylan Watts, who finished with 11 points. Monty Byers added 10 points while Jalen Byers had seven and Antwi Asante had six. Asante also had 10 rebounds.
Battlefield boys basketball 61, Potomac 55
The Battlefield Bobcats rallied from an eight-point deficit late in the fourth quarter to beat Potomac’s boys basketball team 61-55 Wednesday on the road in Dumfries.
The Panthers fell behind 21-9 early in the second quarter but rallied for a 35-34 lead early in the third. They built that advantage to 45-39 before Battlefield responded with a 22-10 run to win the game and boost its record to to 2-0 while dropping Potomac to 1-1.
The Bobcats made 23 of 42 field goals (55 percent) while holding Potomac to 17-for-44 shooting (39 percent).
Jakhari Taylor led the Panthers with 16 points, Kyle Honore had 15, Tyrell Harris had 11 and Manny White had eight. Taylor and Harris also had six rebounds each, while White had five rebounds and Honore had three steals. Taylor added five assists and two steals, while Harris had three assists.
Patriot girls basketball 51, Hylton 50
With eight steals each by Caitlin Blackman and Raigan Booker, the Patriot Pioneers rallied to beat Hylton’s girls basketball team 51-50 Wednesday on the road in Woodbridge.
After taking a 12-5 advantage in the first quarter and leading 28-22 at halftime, Patriot fell behind 44-39 by the end of the third period. But the Pioneers finished on a 12-6 run to boost their record to 2-0 while dropping the Bulldogs to 0-1.
Blackman and Booker helped Patriot amass 25 steals with Naomi Hanton contributing four, so the Pioneers won despite 26 percent field goal shooting (15-for-57) while Hylton shot 40 percent (17-for-42). Blackman also had 20 points (9-for-10 free throws), while Hanton had 13 and Booker had seven.
Lauryn Moore led the Pioneers with nine rebounds, while Blackman and Hanton had six each. Nyah Prince added five points, four rebounds and two assists.
Hylton lost despite making 7 of 16 3-pointers with Josie Roads making 6 of 10 for 18 points. Kayla Burton added 14 points with Sumaiya Blount and Trinity Epps adding six each.
Burton also had eight rebounds and six steals, while Blount had five rebounds, five assists and three steals. Epps and Jailah White added five rebounds each. Epps also had two assists, two steals and two blocks.
Stonewall Jackson girls basketball 59, Colgan 57
Imani Burke and Zoe Kanti combined for three free throws late in overtime to give the Stonewall Jackson Raiders a 59-57 victory over Colgan’s girls basketball team Wednesday at home in Manassas.
Burke finished with 21 points, including 5-for-6 free throw shooting, while Reina Washington’s double-double helped improve Stonewall’s record to 2-0 while dropping the Sharks to 0-1. Washington finished with 18 points (3-for-6 3-point shooting) and 11 of the Raiders’ 19 steals.
Stonewall took a 15-12 advantage in the first quarter but Colgan led 25-22 at halftime before the Raiders regained the lead 38-37 entering the fourth period. The Sharks later forced overtime but Stonewall finished on a 7-5 run in overtime.
Kanti finished with seven points and Simone Jefferson had six. Jefferson also had three blocks, three steals and three rebounds, while Burke had five assists, four rebounds and two steals. Maryan Yusuf added four assists.