19_Bsktball 20-21 Stone Bridge @ Patrick Henry Home Page

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Cavaliers score in final minute to advance to state finals

Stone Bridge 67 – Patrick Henry 66

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Driving the Lane

February 15, 2021

“Cutting is so important in basketball. Every cut you make is not always for you..can get others open.”

– Kevin Eastman, LA Clippers Assistant Coach

Stone Bridge 67 – Patrick Henry 66

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5A – State Semifinals  – February 17,  2021

Stone Bridge @ Patrick Henry

PH Coach Esworthy

Stone Bridge Coach Kling


Huddle Up

Stone Bridge traveled the long distance from Northern Virginia down to Roanoke to take on the Patrick Henry Patriots in a state semifinal. At night’s end, the visitors walked away with a hard fought 67-66 win with a bucket in the last minute of the game. Stone Bridge shot 63% from the field combining field goals and threes. The Cavs were 8 of 11 from behind the arc. Patrick Henry, on the other hand, hit only 1 of 13 threes. The normally deft shooting Pats made up for it at the foul line with twenty trips compared to just one for Stone Bridge. The Cavaliers had a balanced attack led by G/F 13 Sam Whitehead with 15. PG 1 Dylan Hundertmark had fourteen, while G 3 Jerico Limcaoco added thirteen. PH was led by G 1 Jamonte ‘Bird’ Smith with twenty seven followed by Freshman Wing 3 Abu Yarmah with twenty. Stone Bridge will now host Green Run at home in the state finals. 


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Patrick Henry leveled the boom on another opponent on Wednesday with a 61-37 win in the 5A State Semifinals. This game was tight at half with PH only up by three points, but once the gun sounded for the second half, the Patriots kicked it into high gear. PH was led by G 25 Sallejah Childress with sixteen. F 22 Savannah Derey had twelve, G 3 Shelby Fiddler had eleven, and F/C 24 Trinity Breedlove  tossed in ten. Potomac Falls was led by G/F 21 Allen with fifteen.

5A Girls State Semifinals – February 17th, 2021 

Patrick Henry 61 – Potomac Falls 37

In a nip and tuck battle down in Hillsville, the Spotswood Trailblazers outdistanced the Carroll County Cavaliers in the 3A Girls State Semifinals 52-47. Spotswood was sparked by G/F 32 Zoli Khalil and G/F 23 Abby Branner with sixteen each. Carroll County was led by G/F 1 Alyssa Ervin with thirteen. G/F 23 Jaelyn Hagee contributed with nine and G/F 30 Lauren Alley came up with eight points on the night.

3A Girls State Semifinals – February 17th, 2021 

Spotswood 52 – Carroll Co 47

The Lady Patriots of Patrick Henry showed why they are where they in a 64-25 drubbing of North Stafford in the 5A Region D Finals. PH moved the ball up and down the court and played a swarming defense highlighted by a 1-2-2 full court trap. The home team was led by G 25 Sallejan Childress and F 22 Savannah Derey both with nineteen points. G 3 Shelby Fiddler added ten and F 24 Trinity Breedlove contributed seven. North Stafford was led by G 11 Johnson with eleven and F 24 Roy with eight.

Region 5D Girls Finals – February 15th, 2021 

Patrick Henry 64 – North Stafford 25

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