In 2011, Mary Katherine Kish defended her state title in the 200 IM (2:06.77) and added a victory in the 500 freestyle (4:59.42).
Huguenot girls basketball coach Bo Jones Jr. has been released from the hospital, the school's athletic director, Shawn Knight, said.
Highland Springs fell two spots after losing to Meadowbrook. The Springers' other four losses came to the top four teams in the poll: Petersburg, John Marshall, L.C. Bird and Henrico.
The Falcons’ game was canceled Saturday when Jones went to the hospital because of heart palpitations.
Defense wins championships, and Highland Springs coach Franklin Harris has the Springers taking that mantra to the court.
NEW KENT (10-6) — Luck 5, Washington 11, Kelley 10, Allen 13, Claytor 13, Walton 11, Dickerson 4. Totals 28 5-13 67.
Battle of Manassas
JOHN MARSHALL 45,
COSBY (9-3, 6-1 Dominion) – Orzolek 17, Stancil 0, Caupain 20, Blaine 4, Lowery 2, Frankovich 7, Donlon 8. Totals 22 9-11 58.
Timmy Jones scored six points in 45 seconds Friday night to help No. 3 Henrico turn back Armstrong 57-54 in boys basketball action.
Goochland kicker Colby Cooke has been named to the Parade All-America team.
After becoming the first starting pitcher in a quarter-century to win the MVP award, Justin Verlander was ready for a different kind of offseason.
Losing two key players to another school before this season started could have taken some steam out of a Cosby boys basketball team.
Hermitage High School and Virginia Tech product Duane Brown has been associated with winning programs his whole life.
Landrum Tyson opened overtime with back-to-back baskets, and St. Christopher's made its foul shots to beat Woodberry Forest 58-53 in a boys basketball game Friday night.
Cosby picked up a treasured road victory, 58-51, at James River on Friday night and raised their district record to 6-1, a game behind L.C. Bird.
TRINITY EPISCOPAL 84,
CENTRAL VIRGINIA HOMESCHOOL 59,
CLOVER HILL (6-8, 2-6 Dominion) — Rawlings 14, Courtney 7, Parikh 1, Evans 0, Sundra 1, Angelopolus 0, Logan 4, Mann 6, Williams 0, Fisher 6, Banks 1, Moses 7. Totals 19 7-16 47.
Despite a buzzer beating two-point shot from Matoaca's Khalil Coleman, Meadowbrook hit all six free throw opportunities in overtime to win 84-77.
NO. 2 PETERSBURG 88,
HIGHLAND SPRINGS 83,
J.R. TUCKER (4-11, 1-9 Colonial) — Green 1, Claytor 2, Wilkins 11, Efendic 0, McPherson 2, Jac. Cousins 5, Jam. Cousins 8, Key 6, T. Pope 8, Francis 4, I. Renninger 0, A. Renninger 3. Totals 18 11-22 50.
DOUGLAS FREEMAN 43,
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