Prep roundup 1-17: Rams rally past Rappahannock
WASHINGTON, Va. — Strasburg overcame a slow start and cruised to a 63-50 Bull Run District boys basketball victory over Rappahannock County on Saturday night.
The Rams trailed 22-20 midway through the second quarter, before going on an 18-2 run and taking control of the game.
“They came out playing the 2-3 zone and we didn’t attack it real well,” Strasburg coach Matt Hiserman said. “On the defensive end, we really weren’t there early on. They were able to do a lot of the things they wanted to do. They crashed the boards on us.”
Hiserman said the Rams turned the game around by playing better defense and causing turnovers, and then began to hit some shots. The Rams hit 10 3-pointers in the game.
Strasburg was led Tyler Fincham with 13 points, seven rebounds and two steals. Mark Smoot had nine points, and Ryan Smoot had eight points, five rebounds, two assists and three steals. Trevin Howard had eight points and two steals, and Tyler Brill had eight points and two assists for the Rams (12-2, 6-2 Bull Run).
SVCA 45, Mt. View 32
WINCHESTER — The Patriots built a halftime lead and held on for a victory over Mt. View.
The Patriots led 25-9 at the half, after a 17-point second quarter. Grace Snyder led the Patriots with 13 points, five rebounds, four steals and three assists. Hannah McGann had 11 points and six steals, and Carol Bartholomew had 10 points, 11 rebounds and three blocks. Mary Culler had seven points and 12 rebounds for SVCA.
James Wood meet
WINCHESTER — Sherando won a five-team meet held by James Wood on Saturday. The Warriors finished with 310 points, while Handley was second with 174.
Sherando’s 200 medley relay team of Hunter Mayo, Jeremy Linaburg, David Restrepo and Ethan Medrano won the event in a time of 2:08.29. Medrano also won the 50 free (27.01) and Mayo won the 100 back (1:16.45). Sherando’s 200 free relay team of Restrepo, Jake Adams, Cameron Gregory and Medrano also won that event in a time of 1:53.05.
James Wood meet
WINCHESTER — Sherando finished second in a five-team meet held by James Wood on Saturday. James Wood won the meet with 358 points, followed by the Warriors (266) and Handley (138).
Sherando’s Laura Ferguson won the 50 free (30.19) and the 100 free (1:05.58).