OSBOURN PARK 36, FOREST PARK 25: Alana Powell, Katie Lemanski and Alex Harju led Osbourn Park each with seven points.

The Yellow Jackets (3-1) outscored the Bruins (2-3) 22-7 in the first half.

POTOMAC 54, OSBOURN 42: Jewell Dixon had 14 points and Natayvia Lipscomb 13 in the Panthers’ non-district win Tuesday. Potomac is now 2-2.

For Osbourn (2-1), Love Delaney had 12 points, six rebounds and two steals. Freshman Amiyana Williams had 10 points, including going 8 of 9 from the free-throw line.

Osbourn led 21-15 at halftime.

PATRIOT 48, JOHN CHAMPE 43: Caitlin Blackman secured the Pioneers’ win in their Cedar Run District opener Tuesday by hitting two free throws late in the game.

Patriot (1-0, 3-0) outscored John Champe 22-14 in the fourth quarter. Blackman finished with 11 points, including going 7 of 8 from the free-throw line. Elena Bertrand scored 14.

JOHN PAUL THE GREAT 47, GEORGE MASON 44: Reina Washington scored 13 points and added five rebounds and five steals as the Wolves improved to 5-1 on the season.

Brianna Wydajewski added 12 points and five rebounds in the victory.


JOHN PAUL THE GREAT 74 WOODBERRY FOREST 54: Coretez Lewis scored 30 points, DJ Slaughter 21 and Cephas Wilson-Bahun 12 in the Wolves' victory. John Paul is now 3-2. 

JOHN CHAMPE 61, PATRIOT 56: The host Knights outscored the Pioneers 15-11 in the fourth to pull away for the Cedar Run District opening victory.

Patriot trailed 37-28 at halftime, but got within one going into the fourth quarter.

Zack Blue, Chad Watson and Jackson Ford each had 11 points for Patriot (0-1, 2-2).

John Champe shot 64 percent from inside the 3-point line and was 7 of 21 from outside the 3-point line. Patriot was 15 of 23 from inside the 3 and 6 of 20 from outside the 3-point line.

SETON 58, WAKEFIELD SCHOOL (THE PLAINS) 50: Seton’s Andrew Nguyen finished with a game-high 22 points, including 16 in the first half, and John Paul Vander Woude had 19. Seton is now 3-3.

Wakefield (1-2) was led by Alejandro Ford with 20 points. Brennan Whittington added 12.

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