Prep roundup: Jamestown swims to Bay Rivers championship

Jimmy LaRoue

It was a clean sweep for Jamestown’s swim teams, as the boys and girls won the Bay Rivers District championship Saturday.

The Eagles finished the season unbeaten in dual meet competition. Jamestown’s girls defeated Tabb (63-31) and Lafayette (67-27), while Jamestown’s boys also topped Tabb and Lafayette. Scores were not available.

In other swimming action Saturday, York’s girls topped Bruton 72-23, while the Falcons’ boys beat the Panthers 58-35.


New Kent defeated Lafayette and York on Friday to give the Trojans their fifth consecutive Bay Rivers District dual championship.

New Kent won 39-30 against York, which beat Lafayette 56-21.

Boys basketball

Bruton 65, Jamestown 63 — Achraf Sadouk's tie-breaking jumper with two seconds left gave Bruton a home win over Jamestown Friday night.

Andrew McCurdy had 18 points for the Panthers. Chris Brown scored 16 to lead three Eagles in double figures.

Jamestown tied the score at 63 with two free throws with 28.1 seconds remaining. Bruton took a timeout, and in the closing sequence, Bryan Carr drove and passed to Sadouk for the decisive shot.

Lafayette 69, York 31 — Tyler Neville had 18 points and Timmy Woollum added 10 to help Lafayette dominate York Friday. The Rams ran away early, leading 23-3 after the first quarter.

Josh Marteniez had 17 points for the Falcons.

Warhill 70, Smithfield 56 — Antonio Stovall netted 25 points and Jermaine Rosario had 19 as Warhill beat Smithfield Friday. Marcus Custis scored 24 for the Packers.

Princess Anne 82, Lafayette 63 — The Rams lost for the first time this season, falling to Princess Anne by 19 points Saturday.

Keyshawn Jefferson scored 27 points and Tyler Neville had 11 for the Rams.

Walsingham Academy 53, West Potomac 49 — At their own showcase, the host Trojans (17-1) posted their 15th consecutive triumph, defeating a far more populous school — West Potomac of Northern Virginia Saturday.

Jamestown 61, Hanover 47 — The Eagles’ Brandon Herman was named game MVP in the win Saturday over Hanover at Monacan High School.

Lafayette 72, Wilson 39 — Keyshawn Jefferson scored 21 points, Sutton Perozek scored 15 points and Tyler Neville scored 10 in the Rams’ win Monday.

Williamsburg Christian Academy 75, Cape Henry Collegiate 56 — Cle’von Greene had 28 points, eight assists, five steals and five rebounds in the Eagles’ 19-point win Monday. Da’Shawn Cook scored 18 points and Ra’Shawn Cook added 15 for WCA (17-4).

Salem 66, Warhill 55 — Antonio Stovall scored 16 points and Jermaine Rosario scored 12 for Warhill, but the host Lions lost to Salem of Virginia Beach Monday. Malique Gordon and Dcarius Brooks added 11 points each for Warhill.

Girls basketball

New Kent 51, Jamestown 44 — Brynne Jones scored 19 points and Madison Foley scored 11 in New Kent’s win over the Eagles Monday.

Jamestown 54, Bruton 52, OT — Anaya Simmons scored the only points of overtime with 2.8 seconds left as the Eagles edged Bruton Saturday.

Simmons had 14 points, while Corynthian Williams had 21 points on 6-of-13 field goal shooting and 9-of-13 free throw shooting. For the Panthers, Gabby Calloway scored 18 points, Julecia Ferguson 11 and Jade Robinson 10.

Lafayette 47, York 32 —Casey Cole and McKenna Eddings scored 18 points apiece to help Lafayette defeat York Saturday.

Warhill 50, Smithfield 42 — Led by Caroline Filegar, Karlee Lemon and Taylor McCulloch, the Lions defeated Bay Rivers rival Smithfield Saturday.

33rd annual Kiwanis tournament

Walsingham Academy won the 33rd annual Kiwanis Tournament, featuring area middle school boys basketball teams taking part over two days at Hornsby Middle School.

In the championship game, Walsingham Academy, with some timely shooting, defeated host Hornsby 30-27.

Hornsby led after three quarters, but Walsingham Academy pulled ahead in the fourth and held on for the win.

The all-tournament team, as voted on by the eight coaches: Jalil Rogers (Grafton), Jaxon Howard (Toano), Camari Jackson (Peasley), Mason Eggleston (Hornsby) and Donald Gatling (Hornsby). Paul Williams of Walsingham Academy was named tournament MVP.

The tournament was sponsored by the Colonial Capital Kiwanis Foundation.

Round 1

  • Walsingham 44, Berkeley 30
  • Toano 24, Grafton 22
  • Peasley 37, Queens Lake 32
  • Hornsby 50, Yorktown 21

Round 2

  • Peasley 37, Queens Lake 32
  • Hornsby 50, Yorktown 21
  • Grafton 49, Berkeley 30
  • Queens Lake 29, Yorktown 25
  • Walsingham 37, Toano 27
  • Hornsby 57, Peasley 37

Round 3

  • Berkeley 38, Yorktown 24
  • Grafton 53, Queens Lake 20 (Grafton wins fifth place)
  • Third-place game: Toano 42, Peasley 37

Championship game

  • Championship game: Walsingham 30, Hornsby 27

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

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