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Prep roundup: Jan. 27

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STEPHENS CITY -- Terry Wood sank 14 shots and tallied a game-high 32 points to lead host Sherando to an 81-66 boys basketball win over Northwestern District rival Millbrook on Friday night.

Aaron Miller added 17 points for the Warriors, who swept the regular-season series with the Pioneers.

Also for Sherando (9-9, 4-2 Northwestern), Brady Cook hit double-digits in points with 10.

Millbrook (11-5, 2-3 Northwestern) was led by Donte Harris' 17-point effort. Boomer Kaczmarzewski added 16 points and Cody Brooks had 11 points for the Pioneers.

Luray 73, Stonewall Jackson 28

LURAY -- Monty Dickson led a balanced Luray attack with 12 points as the host Bulldogs topped Stonewall Jackson 73-28 in Shenandoah District boys basketball action Friday.

Braden Cook and Zach Munday added 10 points each for Luray in the win.

Hunter Smootz scored 10 points to lead Stonewall Jackson (1-17, 0-11 Shenandoah).

Manassas Park 86, Central 65

MANASSAS PARK -- The Cougars used a 19-9 second quarter edge to pull out a win over the Falcons in Bull Run District action.

Travis Cooper had 25 points to lead the Falcons (4-15, 2-9 Bull Run), while Kolton Poston added 16 points and 11 rebounds.

James Wood 74, Fauquier 69

WARRENTON -- Despite only hitting four 3-pointers, the Colonels held off the Falcons for a non-district win.

James Wood trailed 21-12 after the first quarter, but bounced back in the second quarter to cut the lead to two. The Colonels usually rely on their outside shooting to carry them, but against the Falcons got it done from the free-throw line. James Wood went 22-for-29 from the line. Ryland Williams had 19 points, five steals and three assists to lead the Colonels (7-11, 0-5 Northwestern).

Chad Potter and Cam Butler each had 13 points for the Colonels. T. J. Bruce had 11 points and eight rebounds, and Michael Carter had seven points and eight rebounds for James Wood.

George Mason 55, Strasburg 50

FALLS CHURCH -- The Rams made a late run at the Mustangs, but still came up short in a Bull Run District loss.

After grabbing an 8-0 lead to start the game, Strasburg (9-8, 5-5 Bull Run) found itself trailing 55-50 at the end of the third quarter. The Rams retook the lead with just less than a minute to go, but George Mason's Nate Ogle answered by banking in a 3-pointer.

From there, the Rams had to foul and the Mustangs hit their free throws to close out the win.

Ogle had 17 points to lead George Mason (15-3, 10-1 Bull Run).

Jonathan Kloosterman scored 19 points and grabbed six rebounds for Strasburg, Tyler Hott had 14 points and Aaron Doman had six points, six rebounds and three assists.

Girls basketball

Handley 54, Skyline 52

WINCHESTER -- Host Handley kept Skyline winless in the Northwestern District with a narrow 54-52 girls basketball victory on Friday.

Kirsten Ward finished with a game-high 27 points for the Judges. Cassie Alamo added 15 points for Handley (12-5, 3-3 Northwestern).

Oshene Kelly, back from an injury, had a team-high 19 points for Skyline (11-6, 0-4 Northwestern). Taylor Henry chipped in 14 points for the Hawks.

Luray 38, Stonewall Jackson 34

QUICKSBURG -- Visiting Luray held Stonewall Jackson to just 13 points through three quarters, then held on as the Generals mounted a late rally which fell short in a 38-34 loss on Friday.

Jenny Kelly had 16 points to lead the Bulldogs. Sable Ponn added 14 points for Luray (12-7, 4-7 Shenandoah District).

Ashlie Clar led Stonewall Jackson (14-4, 7-4 Shenandoah) with 12 points. Keyana Phelps chipped in 11 points for the Generals.

James Wood 66, Fauquier 51

WINCHESTER -- The Colonels used a big second quarter to pull away for a non-district victory over the Falcons.

James Wood outscored Fauquier 25-7 in the second quarter. Freshman Danielle Rizzari had 11 points, 11 assists and eight rebounds for the Colonels (9-8, 1-4 Northwestern).

Erica Hepner had 14 points, 12 rebounds and seven blocks, and Brooke Nesselrodt had 11 points for James Wood.

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