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Tuesday basketball round up

Scores and highlights from Tuesday holiday tournament action.

Leesburg Honda Holiday Tournament
Boys (at Broad Run)
Broad Run 68, Stone Bridge 49
The Spartans (8-1) continued their dominance of this event, blowing out co-hosts Stone Bridge behind Kevin McGaughey's game-high 16 points and three other double-figure scorers. DaDa Johnson had 13, Ahmad Zafar scored 12 points to reach double-figures for the eighth time in nine games and senior Ali Janjua added a season-high 11.

Nik Brown (15 points) and Richie Berry once again paced the Bulldogs (4-3) who trailed 32-18 at the half and never recovered.

Loudoun Valley 40, Dominion 33
Kyle Kohnen and Mike Hathaway scored 10 points apiece to help the Vikings (4-2) snap a two-game slide in a low-scoring win over Dominion. Deandre Reaves had 10 to lead the Titans (1-8) who dropped their fourth straight.

Girls (at Stone Bridge)
Broad Run 43, Dominion 38
For the second time in as many days, Dominion narrowly missed out on snapping its 32-game losing streak as the Spartans (5-3) had just enough offense to knock off their district rivals. Nina Dunay had a game-high 20 points for Broad Run and Morgan Roehling added 10. Jazmine Thomas and Colleen Reynolds each scored eight points for the Titans who fell to 0-9.

Stone Bridge 42, Loudoun Valley 26
Cori Prince scored 13 points to lead the Bulldogs (6-1) to a fourth straight victory over Valley. Sakai Williams added 10 points for Stone Bridge which has won its games by an average of 14 points this season. Stephanie Purnell finished with nine points to lead the Vikings (3-3).

Bulldog Bash at Westfield
No. 9 Freedom 64, Potomac 51
Four players scored in double-figures for the Eagles, who were lead by Jasmine Merritt and Kelsey Buchanan with 14 apiece (7 and 15 rebounds respectively). Jessica Escorza added 12 points on 6 of 6 shooting and four assists and Dionna Scott finished with 11 points, seven boards, five assists and four steals as Freedom (7-0) advanced to today's tournament final.

Flint Hill 67, Freedom 63
Former Heritage point guard Mo Berchie (10 points) was one of four Huskies to reach double-figures as Flint Hill edged Freedom on the second day of Westfield's holiday tournament. The Eagles (2-8) took a 52-50 lead into the fourth quarter but couldn't hold off the Huskies (2-4) who were led by Trevor Swinley. Brian Orr had 18 to lead Freedom.

Pohanka Chantilly Holiday Tournament
Edison 75, No. 16 Loudoun County 61
A night after scoring 56 first half points, the Lady Raiders managed only 13 before the half and could not come all the way back from a 23-13 deficit after the break against Edison. The Eagles led 53-33 early in the fourth quarter before County's defensive pressure helped cut the deficit to 57-52. But NC State recruit Myisha Goodwin made 9 of 10 free throws down the stretch to hold off the rally. Goodwin finished with a game-high 31 points along with eight rebounds and eight assists.

Brittany Batts led the Raiders with 24 points, seven boards and five steals, Alissa Kain added 14 points, nine rebounds and five assists and Kendra Holmes had 10 points, seven boards and four blocks as County fell to 6-2 on the season. They play in today's third place game at 4 p.m.

Middletown Holiday Tournament
Loudoun County 63, North Hagerstown 44
Colin Gibson had a game-high 19 points, Calle Brown added 12 points and 20 rebounds and Worth Mays chipped in 10 points and five steals as the Raiders (4-4) rolled in their tournament opener at Middletown.

Park View Holiday Basketball Classic
Brentsville District 67, Manassas Park 42

Park View 49, Highland School 30
Chloe Owens scored 19 points to lead the Patriots as they snapped a six-game losing skid to start the season. Christina Sheppard added 12 for Park View which stormed to a 22-3 lead after the first quarter and led 31-4 at the half.

Manassas Park 63, Brentsville District 54

Park View 62, Highland School 53
J.R. Shooks (13 points), Jordan Owens (11) and Ryan McCarter (10) each cracked double-figures to lead the Patriots () to a third straight victory on their home floor.

Briar Woods Holiday Tournament
Liberty 60, Handley 54
Fauquier 64, Briar Woods 54

Liberty Holiday Tournament
Fauquier 63, Briar Woods 59 (OT)
North Stafford 69, Liberty 68

By Matt Brooks  |  December 30, 2009; 1:05 PM ET
Categories:  Boys' Basketball , Girls' Basketball  
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