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|Harrisonburg teams win Monterey titles|
Harrisonburg's boys and girls took top honors over Monterey at the Monterey Tournament Saturday.
Harrisonburg's girls defeated Monterey 49-37, while Harrisonburg's boys held off Monterey 47-43.
In the boys contest, defense ruled the first quarter as both teams scored four points in the opening stanza.
Harrisonburg's boys outscored the Wolves 16-8 in the second quarter before Monterey outscored the Bulldogs 11-7 in the third period.
Both teams scored 20 points in the final quarter.
"We missed 10 free throws," said Monterey coach Jeffrey Odom. "And that's what happens when you miss free throws. But it was probably one of our better ballgames. We boxed out well and played good defense. We're just having problems finishing plays."
Jacob Evans scored 11 points to lead Monterey.
Monterey's girls led Harrisonburg 13-11 and 19-15 at halftime.
The Lady Bulldogs pulled to within 29-25 going into the fourth quarter before outscoring Monterey 23-8 in the final quarter.
Ariel Hector led Monterey with 13 points, while Kendall Lipsey added 12.
Monterey's boys and girls tipped off play in their own tournament with wins on Thursday.
On Thursday, Monterey's boys took quick work of St. Joseph Plaucheville, outscoring the Eagles 2-1 in the opening quarter on their way to a 45-17 win.
Jacob Evans had 11 points to lead Monterey.
Friday night, Monterey's girls reached the finals with a 4-25 win over Delhi Charter.
The Lady Wolves outscored the Lady Gators 14-2 in the second period to key the win.
Kendall Lipsey led Monterey with 16 points, while Ellen Bairnsfather added 10.
Monterey's boys defeated defending tournament champion Cathedral 43-29 Friday to advance to the finals. Monterey outscored the Green Wave 16-10 in the second quarter and 16-10 in the second half.
Ross Lipsey netted 10 points for the Wolves.
Monterey competes in the Harrisonburg Tournament beginning Thursday.
Monterey's boys face Harrisonburg Thursday in the first contest.
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