February 3, 2012
The William Monroe boys' basketball team forced a first place tie in the Bull Run District Friday night with a 54-46 win over George Mason (17-4, 11-2). It was the Dragons (15-6, 11-2) sixth straight victory and could result in a one game playoff for the title. First, Monroe and Mason must win their regular season finales.
The Dragons travel to Rappahannock Monday while the Mustangs host Manassas Park Tuesday. If they remained tied, with two losses a piece, the district crown will be decided Wednesday February 8 at 7 p.m. at Strasburg High School.
Markel Williams (20), Markel Faulkner (11) and Gary Morris (18) combined for all but five of the Dragons points in the win Friday night.
In Jefferson District play, Fluvanna stays on top with a 80-51 win over Powhatan. They conclude the regular season Tuesday February 7 against Louisa. It will be the final game at the Shoebox.
Monticello clinched sole possession of JD second place with a 62-55 victory over Western Albemarle. The Mustangs host Charlottesville in their finale on Tuesday.
William Monroe 54, George Mason 46
Monticello 62, Western Albemarle 55
Madison 64, Manassas Park 44
Fluvanna 80, Powhatan 51
Buckingham County 79, Goochland 64
Covenant 56, Fishburne Military 34
Blue Ridge 47, Liberty Christian 42
Tandem Friends 76, Emmanuel Christian 15
Christchurch 81, St. Annes-Belfield 51
Stafford 68, Albemarle 54
Charlottesville 55, Louisa 34
Buckingham 41, Goochland 35
St. Catherine's 47, St. Annes-Belfield 34
Colonial Forge 78, Orange County 27
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