Nov. 25 Fauquier County high school sports roundup
The girls basketball season began for the Highland Hawks with a 49-28 loss to Fredericksburg Academy on the road Monday.
"Tough loss," first-year Highland coach George Logan said.
Erica Champion led the Hawks with eight points and nine rebounds, while Linden Beasley and Kayla Soltys had seven points each. Soltys also had seven rebounds and two assists, while Destiny Ramcharan and Hailey Place added five rebounds each.
Ashton Eicher had four steals and Champion had two.
Fredericksburg Academy boys basketball 49, Highland 48
The Highland Hawks nearly got their first win of the boys basketball season, losing, 49-48, to Fredericksburg Academy on the road Monday.
That dropped the Hawks' record to 0-3 after a 75-52 loss Saturday to Greenbrier Christian Academy and a 55-54 loss Friday to Life Christian Academy.
"Tough loss again tonight for us," first-year Hawks coach Drew Miller said of the game Monday. "Lots to learn and grow from the last four days."
Against Fredericksburg, Highland had the ball with nine seconds remaining in the fourth quarter and trailing by one point, but they could not score.
"We didn't help ourselves down the stretch with some mental mistakes," Miller said, "including me not calling a timeout down one."
Camerron Harris led the Hawks with 20 points while Brooks Mays had 12 and Seth Kott had seven. Kott added six rebounds while Nate Decker had five.
Mays also had five assists and three steals while Kott had two assists and Brandon Mayer had two blocks.
Against Greenbriar, Mark Terrell had 13 points and seven rebounds while Anthony Martinez had 12 points, five rebounds and two assists. Mays and Mayer had three assists each while Seth Kott had nine points, six rebounds and two assists.
"We just got beat by a better team," Miller said. "They shot the ball extremely well and had some good pressure and traps on a tiny court."
Against Life Christian, Harris and Kott had 14 points apiece while Mays and Terrell had 11 each. Martinez had seven rebounds and three assists while Mays had four assists and Kott and Harris had two each.
Kott also had two steals while Terrell had five rebounds.
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