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Prep roundup: Warhill’s Hudson scores for East squad in the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl

Jimmy LaRoue
Contact Reporterjlarouejr@vagazette.com

Warhill’s Rodney Hudson Jr. rushed for a 10-yard touchdown as he helped lead the East squad to a 28-17 win over the West Monday in the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl at the Dallas Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium.

Boy’s basketball

Lafayette continues to roll.

The Rams improved to 13-0 after a pair of wins, 57-44 win over Tabb Saturday and 48-31 over Poquoson Monday.

Keyshawn Jefferson scored a game-high 33 points for Lafayette, and teammate Tyler Neville chipped in 13 in the win over Tabb. Neville had 15 points in the victory over the Islanders.

The Rams are off until Friday when they host York.

Jamestown 55, Poquoson 40 — Chase Dively hit four of the Eagles’ eight 3-pointers as he scored 18 points in their win over the Islanders Saturday.

Jamestown hit 11-of-13 free throws in the win.

Poquoson 45, Warhill 42 — Antonio Stovall had 16 points for the Lions, but it wasn’t enough in Friday’s loss to the Islanders in Bay Rivers action.

Warhill trailed 33-25 after three quarters.

Lafayette 84, Bruton 60 — The Rams ran by the Panthers Friday in Bay Rivers action.

Tyler Neville had 19 points, Sutton Perozek 15, Timmy Woollum 11 and Keyshawn Jefferson 10 for the Rams, who led 51-34 at halftime.

KeAndre Richards had 19 points for the Panthers.

Warhill 57, Bruton 42 — Cooper Jones had 16 points and Jermaine Rosario added 11 as the Lions topped the Panthers Saturday.

KeAndre Richards led Bruton with 11 points. Raekwon Bartlett and Andrew McCurdy each had nine points.

Warhill led by seven at the half and pulled away in the third quarter, outscoring the Panthers 21-13.

Williamsburg Christian Academy 73, Hampton Christian Academy 61 — Ra’Shawn Cook had 18 points and eight rebounds, and Dexter Radcliffe picked up a double-double of 18 points and 10 rebounds in WCA’s win over Hampton Christian Academy Friday.

Polls

In this week’s VISAA Division II poll, Walsingham Academy’s boys are ranked fourth in Virginia, while in the VISAA’s Division III poll, Williamsburg Christian Academy remains in the top spot.

Girls basketball

Lafayette 42, Poquoson 37 — McKenna Eddings had 18 points and Taylor Gubler scored 10 in a win over the Islanders Monday.

Jamestown 44, Warhill 40 — Corynthian Williams scored 12 points and Annette O’Leary added 10 to lead the Eagles past the Lions Monday.

Warhill 32, Bruton 29 — Despite an 11-point, 10-rebound effort from Makayla Johnson, the Panthers fell Friday in a close Bay Rivers matchup against the Lions.

Bruton 41, York 23 — Makayla Johnson scored 14 points, Jade Robinson 11 and Julecia Ferguson eight in the Panthers’ win Saturday.

Wrestling

A Warhill wrestler earned an individual championship at Lafayette’s Ram Rumble for the first time Saturday.

The Rams’ Malik Barr won the 152 pound weight class at the 30-team event, defeating Great Bridge’s Tesile Sehorn in a 3-2 decision.

Lafayette’s Kevin Nguyen came in third at 152 pounds after defeating Elijah Johnson of South County 7-4, and Bruton’s Caleb Filicko took a 12-4 majority decision over Michael Wakeman (NA) for fifth place at 120 pounds. At 285 pounds, Lafayette’s Noah Cotton-Caberllo topped Warhill’s Trysten Welch 2-1 in the fifth place match.

Two other area wrestlers narrowly missed out on fifth place finishes, with Jamestown’s Malik James (170) dropping an 8-7 decision to Kirk Bond Jr. of King’s Fork and Warhill’s Josh Farley (195) losing to Nansemond River’s Omar Mattox 3-1.

Ram Rumble team results

Top teams: 1. Poquoson 260.5; 2. New Kent 185.5; 3. Great Bridge 184; 4. Nansemond River 178.5; 5. Princess Anne 166; T6. Deep Creek 156.5, Salem 156.5; 8. George Marshall 126.5; 9. Smithfield 124; 10. Lafayette 120.5.

Selected others: 14. Warhill 82; 15. Kecoughtan 75; T16. Gloucester 71.5, King's Fork 71.5; 18. Phoebus 69; 21. Mathews 54.5; 22. Jamestown 41; 24. Warwick 47.5; 25. Middlesex 46; 30. Bruton 23.

Swimming

Jamestown girls and boys took a trio of matchups Friday, with the Eagles girls defeating Grafton (81-12), York (51-43) and Warhill (71-23), and the Eagles boys winning over the same three opponents — Grafton (61-33), York (62-32) and Warhill (83-11).

Lafayette girls lost to York 50-44, but defeated Warhill 65-29 Monday, while the Rams boys defeated York 51-43. In other action from Saturday:

Boys: Lafayette 53, Bruton 41

200-yard medley relay: Bruton (Sprigg, Homer, Lynch, Morrow) 1:45.02; 200 free: Long (L) 1:51.02; 200 IM: Kostelni (L) 2:03.02; 50 free: Lynch (B) 23.18; 100 fly: Long (L) 56.47; 100 free: F. Crisci (L) 49.69; 500 free: A. Crisci (L) 5:16.59; 200 free relay: Lafayette (Detweiler, A. Crisci, Rice, Kostelni) 1:37.03; 100 back: Lynch (B) 55.92; 100 breast: F. Crisci (L) 1:02.07; 400 free relay: Bruton (Morrow, Sprigg, Homer, Lynch) 3:29.16.

Girls: Lafayette 72, Bruton 22

200-yard medley relay: Lafayette (Hurt, Olsen, Long, Schisa) 1:55.11; 200 free: Hurt (L) 2:00.07; 200 IM: Olsen (L) 2:15.69; 50 free: Lynch (B) 26.16; 100 fly: Long (L) 1:04.09; 100 free: Olsen (L) 55.47; 500 free: Sensiba (L) 5:39.26; 200 free relay: Lafayette (Schisa, Brenegan, Olsen, Sensiba) 1:47.88; 100 back: Long (L) 1:05.53; 100 breast: Hurt (L) 1:10.30; 400 free relay: Lafayette (Hurt, Long, Brenegan, Sensiba) 4:08.46.

 

LaRoue can be reached by phone at 757-345-2342, by email at jlarouejr@vagazette.com or on Twitter @jlaroue.

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