December 11, 2009
Four Jefferson District teams were unbeaten in district play and they were in action Friday night on the basketball court.
On the boys side Charlottesville traveled to Western Albemarle for a meeting of two 1-0 district teams. In a nail-biter, the Black Knights topped the Warriors, 65-64.
William Monroe and Monticello met on the Mustangs home floor in a Jefferson District battle. This game was close throughout, but the Mustangs pulled ahead and went on for the 50-42 victory.
Albemarle traveled to North Stafford for Commonwealth District action and fell to the Wolverines, 41-38. Andrew Mann scored eleven points for the Patriots in the loss, as they fall to 0-2 in district action.
Girls action saw Charlottesville and Western battle with the Knights looking to rebound from a district loss. The Knights won in a close match up, 41-35.
Monticello looked remain unbeaten on the year against William Monroe. The Dragons jumped out to an eleven point lead in the first quarter, but the Mustangs charged back and only trailed by two at halftime. The third quarter saw Monticello turn the tables and take an eleven point lead, before holding off a late William Monroe comeback to win, 51-46. The Mustangs are now 4-0 after winning only two games last season.
Albemarle welcomed North Stafford for action on Friday and fell to the Wolverines, 64-45. Abby Hendrix and Kya Francisco each scored ten points in the loss.
Click on the above video link to view scores and highlights of Friday's action.
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