Jefferson Boys Roundup: AHS, Louisa, Western and CHS snag wins to set tournament field

Albemarle’s boys basketball team beat Fluvanna County 72-51 Tuesday to wrap up the regular season with a 20-1 record and a 13-1 mark in the Jefferson District to earn a share of the regular season district championship.


Louisa County’s 74-59 win over Monticello cemented a tie atop the Jefferson District rankings and by virtue of a random number draw, the Lions are the top seed in the JD tournament that starts Friday.


Maxx Jarmon led the Patriots in the win over the Flucos with 15 points while Cartier Key scored 13 points and Na’il Arnold posted 11 points and seven rebounds. Kaysean Allen had 11 points and six boards.


Albemarle will host Powhatan in the district quarterfinals while Fluvanna takes on Louisa on the road.


Louisa County boys beat Monticello

Louisa County beat Monticello 74-59 Tuesday night on the road to secure a share of the Jefferson District regular season crown, and because of a random number draw, the No. 1-seed in the Jefferson District tournament.


Chris Shelton led the Lions with 23 points while Jarrett Hunter and Xavien Hunter had 10 points each.


Kobi Copeland finished with 17 points to lead Monticello while Ben Drake finished with 14 points.


The Lions will face Fluvanna County in the district quarterfinals Friday while Monticello faces Western.


Western boys knock off Orange

Western Albemarle’s boys basketball team wrapped up the regular season and the No. 3-seed in the Jefferson District quarterfinals with a 68-40 victory over Orange County Tuesday night.


Western’s Garrett Payne and Tommy Mangrum each had 17 points while Chris McGahren finished with eight points.


The Warriors managed to hold Kaeshaun Braxton to 11 points on the night while Shannon Mull led the Hornets with 13.


Neale powers Charlottesville boys past Powhatan

Sam Neale exploded for 26 points, six rebounds and four assists Tuesday night as Charlottesville’s boys beat Powhatan 62-51.


Immanuel Wells finished with 17 points and nine rebounds for the Black Knights.


With the win, the Black Knights earn the No. 4 spot in the Jefferson District tournament, they’ll host Orange County in the quarterfinals Friday.