SPRINGFIELD, Va. (WJLA) &ndash: Several Robert E. Lee High students were nervous about going to school Wednesday, following a series of recent fights and threats.
&ldquo:It was more like getting to be like a war at this school,&rdquo: said senior Christine Duley.
Students and parents told 7 On Your Side there was serious concern after fights broke out both on and off school property Tuesday. One student allegedly claimed he was going to &ldquo:shoot up&rdquo: the school on Wednesday.
&ldquo:I did hear that,&rdquo: said senior Peter Block. &ldquo:It was a little frightening, &lsquo:cause, you know, you think about it, you&rsquo:re like, whoah, what could possibly go on to make you so mad that you wanna shoot up a school?&rdquo:
Parent Aliza Taylor said, &ldquo:I just couldn&rsquo:t believe it. We&rsquo:ve been living here for eight years and never had any problems.&rdquo:
Student Sadiq Abdelghany added, &ldquo:This happens all the time at Lee &hellip: most of the time people go around saying these stuff like a joke, so I don&rsquo:t really take them seriously.&rdquo:
However, school administration and Fairfax County Police did take the threat seriously, with the principal sending emails home to parents, informing them police and security were present when school opened Wednesday morning. Officers will remain in place for the remainder of the week, though the school is not on lockdown.
Block says the increased police presence made him feel safer.
One parent and two students told 7 On Your Side that they witnessed a student being walked out of the school in handcuffs on Wednesday.
A PTSA meeting was held at the school Wednesday night to address the recent fights and threats. Just moments after the ABC 7 News crew arrived, they were told to leave.
Then there is the behind-the-scenes politicking, and on that point Virginia officials think last month's elections gave the commonwealth a level playing field.
While two veteran Virginia lawmakers will step down when the new Congress begins in January, it is Democratic Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski of Maryland's loss of control of the powerful Appropriations Committee that may help the commonwealth land the largest federal campus since the CIA's Langley headquarters was completed in 1961.
"I think the recent election bodes well for Virginia," Fairfax County Supervisor Jeff McKay (D) said. "I wish it didn't, but in the real world I think it does, at least when it comes to the FBI."
At issue is an attempted swap by the General Services Administration of the J. Edgar Hoover Building, one of the most valuable development sites to become available in downtown Washington in decades, for a new 2.1 million-square-foot campus that will consolidate 11,000 FBI workers from 20 locations around the region.
While the GSA has initiated several such swaps to get around congressional spending restrictions, this one takes place on an unprecedented scale and under the scrutiny of local lawmakers. Three sites have been chosen by the GSA as finalists: Springfield in Fairfax and Greenbelt and Landover, both in Prince George's.
Virginians claim that Maryland lawmakers in general and Mikulski in particular have exerted political pressure for the headquarters to be moved to their state. Although the decision rests with the executive branch, Mikulski, as appropriations chairwoman, may have had particular influence in the case of a swap that did not cover the full cost of the new building.
"They want everyone at GSA to know that if they pick Virginia there's going to be pain later," one Virginia Democratic staffer said.
Now Mikulski will hand over her gavel to a Republican, and nearly the entire Maryland delegation will sit in the minority. Virginians hope that shift will blunt the argument from state and local officials that Prince George's deserves this project after being repeatedly passed over by the federal government. But Maryland lawmakers also say the Greenbelt site should win on its merits.
"I personally advocate for Maryland," said Mikulski, but "I don't think it's about Democrats or Republicans. I think it's about the FBI."
Likewise, Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin (D-Md.) said "the politics always cuts multiple ways," and he is confident Prince George's will prevail thanks to "the best location," not clout.
Despite Mikulski's diminished role, Maryland's chances are probably improved by a more organized, concerted effort from Prince George's officials than was ever assembled under previous county executive Jack B. Johnson, incarcerated after a corruption conviction.
Working closely with state officials, Prince George's County Executive Rushern L. Baker III (D) has put together a subsidy package that could be worth as much as $190 million to support the Greenbelt proposal.
County officials say they are arranging similar support for a bid to bring the FBI to the former Landover Mall, and they are confident that the FBI would boost the economy.
A report commissioned by the county's partner in Greenbelt, Renard Development, and produced by Towson University's Regional Economic Studies Institute, determined that the FBI headquarters could produce $1.1 billion in economic output. And if Renard adds 2 million square feet of offices, housing, hotels and retail, it could bring the total to $3.5 billion and 21,000 jobs.
Fairfax has not done an economic assessment for the site, as Prince George's has, maybe in part because the FBI, unlike Defense Department units, does not attract a lot of private contractors and the associated property taxes. Aside from a poorly received joke about crime in Prince George's, Fairfax Economic Development Authority chief Gerald Gordon has not been prominent in the FBI effort.
"The EDA fills office buildings: they don't really do land-use stuff," McKay said. Should the Springfield location be chosen, he said, the EDA's role "traditionally would be to work with the private-sector land around the site."
Virginians have expressed concern in the past that a classified CIA facility on the Springfield property will scuttle their bid. Officials say it's an added financial concern, not an insurmountable obstacle.
"There's costs involved with the current tenants," Sen. Mark R. Warner (D-Va.) said.
Maryland lawmakers have said that a plurality of FBI employees live in their state, relying on a report from their own economic development department. But those numbers are extrapolated from general census data: the FBI has refused to say where its employees reside. Virginia officials argue that FBI workers would rather be close to Quantico, where their training academy is located.
Once two Maryland sites were named, politicking between the two developers that control them picked up steam. Lerner Enterprises, the company led by Washington Nationals owner Theodore N. Lerner, and its co-owners of the Landover Mall property have spent $143,000 this year with Dickstein Shapiro to employ a pair of former Maryland members of Congress, Sen. Joseph Tydings and Rep. Albert Wynn, to lobby on GSA issues, according to OpenSecrets.org.
Locally, the Lerners have also enlisted the help of Del. Jolene Ivey (D-Prince George's), the former candidate for lieutenant governor. Renard has employed Manis Canning & Associates to win support.
To get the complex built, the GSA has initiated two overlapping competitions: one for the best piece of land and the other for the best development deal it can get in exchange for the Hoover building, which is crumbling and dated but sits on 6.7 acres of highly valuable land.
All three finalists, chosen after more than a year of vetting and consultation, have different forms of ownership. The GSA owns the Springfield site, Metro owns the site in Greenbelt but has partnered with a private developer, and Lerner Enterprises and other private parties own the Landover site.
Next month, the GSA will begin seeking developers interested in building an FBI headquarters on any of the sites in exchange for the Hoover building. In a best-case scenario for the GSA, competition for the Hoover building will be so intense that it will be able to complete a straight swap. In that case, Norman Dong, commissioner of the GSA's Public Buildings Service, said he may not need Congress to act.
Major pitfalls remain, however. House Republicans have questioned whether the GSA's proposed swap is appropriate, and real estate professionals who are closely studying the proposal say the GSA is unlikely to reap enough money from Hoover to pay for a new FBI campus. One executive closely tracking the deal estimated that a new FBI campus could cost $1.2 billion while the Hoover building could fetch about $500 million, leaving a $700 million funding gap.
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SPRINGFIELD, Va. (WJLA) &ndash: From a powerful U.S. Senator to activists organizing a protest, pressure is mounting on Fairfax County over its handling of the case of a man shot and killed by county police.
John Geer of Springfield was killed by a still unnamed Fairfax County Police officer in August 2013. He was unarmed and witnesses say his hands were above his shoulders.
Police had been called to his home by the mother of his children after a domestic dispute. A letter provided to ABC 7 News says Geer had thrown her suitcase down the stairs after a disagreement.
On Tuesday, U.S. Senator Charles Grassley's office released the letter, which Grassley sent to Fairfax County Commonwealth's Attorney Raymond Morrogh.
Among other things, the letter questions why Morrogh recused himself from the case and then asked federal&mdash:and not state&mdash:authorities to investigate instead.
":Usually, a U.S. Attorney gets in after the state has done their investigation,": Grassley said in an interview inside his Hart Building office. ":And any criminal charges would probably be brought under state law, not federal law.":
":You waited five months to turn it over to the U.S. Attorney,": Grassley added. ":Why would it take five months to determine there's a conflict of interest, if there is a conflict of interest?":
Grassley&mdash:who is the incoming chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee&mdash:also questioned why it's taking so long to find out basic information, such as the name of the officer who fired the shot. He says Geer's family deserves answers.
":Look at Ferguson, look at Staten Island,": Grassley said. ":Within two or three months, you have a lot of information. What is there special about this that the same amount of information might not be out?":
To read Grassley's full letter, click here or see below.
Also on Tuesday, local police accountability activists announced they are planning a protest Jan. 8 at 10 a.m. outside Fairfax County's judicial center.
The protest was announced on a Facebook page called Justice For John Geer.
Letter to Fairfax County Commonwealth Attorney
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (WJLA) &ndash: A man died in a house fire in Fairfax County late Monday.
The two-alarm fire occurred in the 7000 block of Barbara Road in the Franconia/Alexandria area of Fairfax County.
Firefighters encountered heavy fire coming from the front of the home upon arriving on scene. Debris and trash present at the home reportedly made it difficult for firefighters to extinguish the fire.
Officials confirm that three people were home at the time of the fire.
A man was found dead inside the home. Two others, including a disabled woman, were able to escape the home. They were transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Investigators are still trying to determine the cause of the fire.
FAIRFAX COUNTY, Va. (WJLA) &ndash: Fairfax County Police are warning of highly skilled criminals stealing residents&rsquo: air bags.
On Friday morning, Brenda Slingerland got quite the shock: she discovered the passenger window of her 2014 Nissan Sentra had been smashed. It turns out the thieves climbed through that window to steal her driver&rsquo:s side air bag&mdash:and nothing else.
&ldquo:They just professionally took it out,&rdquo: she said. &ldquo:Even the wires were just unhooked and not clipped.&rdquo:
Slingerland added, &ldquo:The insurance adjuster said he was absolutely amazed at what a clean way that they did take it out: there&rsquo:s no other damage other than the air bag missing. His words were, &lsquo:They&rsquo:ve done this many times.&rsquo:&rdquo:
Slingerland is not alone. Fairfax County Police say that in the past week, air bag thieves have hit as many as 20 cars in the North Shore and Fox Mill areas of the county. Neighbors there think they should have at least been put on notice.
&ldquo:We did not receive any warning,&rdquo: said Robert Guzman. &ldquo:We did not receive anything from the police station saying, &lsquo:Hey, be careful of this.&rsquo:&rdquo:
Slingerland is putting up with the inconvenience, but says being targeted like this still stings.
&ldquo:I guess I&rsquo:m more just disappointed than anything,&rdquo: she said. &ldquo:It&rsquo:s the season for giving, not taking.&rdquo:
SPRINGFIELD, Va. (WJLA) -- For nearly 30 years the Rotary Club of West Springfield and local high school students have been helping Fairfax County children who come from economically disadvantaged homes.
For the first time they let us follow them during a unique day of giving last Saturday that involves food, shopping and a special surprise from Saint Nick.
&ldquo:Any high school student would rather be sleeping than getting up at 7 and coming over here but they love it,&rdquo: said event organizer Karen Brown.
Karen Brown&rsquo:s lecture to West Springfield High School students at the Springfield Waterford began soon after sunrise.
Brown said, &ldquo:Just out of curiosity how many of you brought a calculator and a pencil.&rdquo:
But Brown&rsquo:s assignment had more to do with opening hearts than textbooks.
&ldquo:Love them, care for them and see that they get some practical stuff,&rdquo: said Brown.
The students paired up with dozens of underprivileged elementary school children to break bread.
&ldquo:Right now we are eating some breakfast,&rdquo: said student Maura D&rsquo:Anna.
While embarking upon a powerful lesson in compassion.
D&rsquo:Anna said, &ldquo:I feel for them. It&rsquo:s just a lot to go through when you are that young.&rdquo:
It can be awkward for children who have next to nothing to face the scope and size of the morning&rsquo:s all you can eat breakfast buffet.
&ldquo:What are these?&rdquo: Nana asked he pointed at the tray full of egg omelets.
We asked Nana who many times he had a breakfast this big. He answered by holding up a hand in the shape of a zero.
Each child involved in this long-standing program bears a significant struggle not of their making. Most live below the poverty line, some eat only when at school while others cope with stress their older buddy could not possibly fathom.
Brown says, &ldquo:And they don&rsquo:t know what it&rsquo:s like to go hungry or to not have the clothing that we take advantage of, or a place to sleep.&rdquo:
D&rsquo:Anna spent the day with Rebeka, a very grateful 7 year old who exclaimed after breakfast, &ldquo:It was the best meal I ever had.&rdquo:
High school student Taylor McMahon asked Angel, &ldquo:So what&rsquo:s your favorite thing to do? You like to watch tv?&rdquo:
But soft spoke Angel focused on eating, not chatting, with Abby and Taylor. The 6 year old recently survived a kidney transplant.
&ldquo:You want more French fries?&rdquo: asked McMahon.
Brown announced, &ldquo:Finish up your breakfast we are going to go shopping.&rdquo:
The next stop, a much needed trip to Target.
Brown reminds student, &ldquo:You are going to have 115 dollars to spend.&rdquo:
It&rsquo:s here where the work and fun begins. Older students help their younger partners shop.
Rebeka asks, &ldquo:Where are the dresses and t-shirts?&rdquo:
But they are only permitted to get necessities like shoes.
Maura helps Rebeka on with a pair of boots and says, &ldquo:That&rsquo:s cute! Do you like them?&rdquo:
Rebeka says, &ldquo:Yeah.&rdquo:
The spend most of their time and money on much need clothes.
Rebeka picks up a dress and says, &ldquo:I want this because it has Elsa and Anna and there is a pajama.&rdquo:
Rebeka was set on getting attire that had to do with the hit movie &ldquo:Frozen&rdquo:. She even sang a verse from the movie&rsquo:s hit theme song.
&ldquo:Let it go, let it go, can&rsquo:t hold it back anymore.&rdquo: sang Rebeka.
This event was inspired by immeasurable sorrow. 27 years ago 19 year old West Springfield High School graduate Kristi Brown died in a car crash. Her mother Karen started the event &ldquo:Kristi&rsquo:s Christmas&rdquo: to honor a daughter who always thoughts of others first.
Brown says, &ldquo:We know it helps the little kids but the high school ones, so many have said it&rsquo:s a life changing event for them.&rdquo:
Tommy Howe and Johnny Cronin chaperoned Nana.
Howe says, &ldquo:To see people who are less fortunate than we are it&rsquo:s really humbling. It makes you take a step back and see all you&rsquo:ve been blessed with.&rdquo:
After leaving Target the children thought this memorable day was over. But then the biggest surprise of all. After returning to the Springfield Waterford they were greeted by Santa Claus. Saint Nick spent time with each of the children, gave them a stuffed animal, backpack, sleeping bag and other school supplies.
Nana screams, &ldquo:Notebook!...Yeah!!!&rdquo: as he rifles through his bag of goodies.
As the event came to a close Nana and many other children had a hard time saying goodbye.
Howe says, &ldquo:It meant the world to me. It&rsquo:s life changing. I&rsquo:m remembering this kid. Where are you going Nana?&rdquo:
Soft spoken Angel, who didn&rsquo:t say a word to us all day, stopped by before leaving to tell us, &ldquo:This day is the best day eve.&rdquo:
While the children left with plenty the teenagers went home with something far more lasting. The lesson learned from Kristi&rsquo:s Christmas is that the holiday season is not about getting. It&rsquo:s about giving.
The accident happened about 1:30 p.m. near Route 267, the Dulles Connector.
Two people who were said to be trapped in the vehicle were rescued and being transported to local hospitals. There was no immediate word on their conditions.
The interstate was largely blocked as police investigated, backing up traffic on the otherwise busy highway.
Metro advised that customers may want to consider taking the Silver Line to Wiehle-Reston for Washington Flyer service as alternate.
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Maryland and Virginia: Friday's Scores By The Associated Press
VIRGINIA FOOTBALL State Semifinal Class 6A Ocean Lakes 49, Oscar Smith 28
Class 5A Tuscarora 41, Massaponax 21
Class 4A Lake Taylor 19, Monacan 14 MARYLAND FOOTBALL
4A State Tournament Finals Northwest - Mtg 34, Old Mill 31
MARYLAND BOYS BASKETBALL Academy for College and Career Exploration 50, KASA 40
Allegany 74, Northern Garrett 21
Arundel 46, Severna Park 28
Atholton 51, Long Reach 49, OT
Bel Air 72, Harford Tech 70, OT
Bethesda 50, Poolesville 32
Bohemia Manor 44, Tome 39
Broadneck 45, South River 41
Calvert Hall College 76, McDonogh School 64
Cardinal O'Hara, Pa. 67, Indian Creek 37
Centennial 61, Glenelg 43
Century 61, Smithsburg 29
Chapelgate 79, Friends 76
Chincoteague, Va. 55, Salisbury Christian School 41
Chopticon 56, St. Charles 40
City College 72, Aberdeen 52
Clarksburg 77, Walter Johnson 55
Col. Richardson 63, Crisfield 61
Damascus 62, Francis Scott Key 60, OT
Dematha 78, Eleanor Roosevelt 54
Dulaney 62, Saint Paul's Boys 60
Dundalk 56, Patapsco 34
Frederick Douglass 68, Dubois 60
Georgetown Prep 73, Walt Whitman 45
Harwood Southern 78, Annapolis 67
Hereford 66, Catonsville 53
Heritage Academy 48, Arlington Baptist 29
Huntingtown 63, Patuxent 61
James M. Bennett 88, Queen Annes County 54
John Carroll 58, Glenelg CS 41
La Plata 71, Lackey 57
Lansdowne 60, Loch Raven 42
Leonardtown 59, Great Mills 58
Liberty 59, Walkersville 42
Linganore 77, South Hagerstown 66
Manchester Valley 72, Silver Oak Academy 64
Mardela 75, Saint Michaels 31
Marriotts Ridge 55, Howard 54
Meade 95, Northeast - AA 54
Montgomery Blair 71, Northwood 52
North Carroll 77, Catoctin 57
North County 69, Glen Burnie 63
North East 46, Tri-State Christian 28
North Hagerstown 65, Westminster 51
North Harford 61, Fallston 54
Northern - Cal 49, Calvert 37
Owings Mills 58, Perry Hall 55
Paint Branch 41, Winston Churchill 36
Parkside 98, Easton 37
Parkville 56, Carver Arts &: Tech 25
Patterson Mill 58, Havre de Grace 34
Pocomoke 73, Kent Island 36
Potomac 74, Forestville 61
Quince Orchard 65, Seneca Valley 44
Randallstown 83, MATHS Charter School 57
Red Lion Christian Academy, Del. 58, Rising Sun 42
Reservoir 74, Hammond 54
Richard Montgomery 77, Rockville 70, OT
River Hill 53, Wilde Lake 46
Riverdale Baptist 64, Virginia Academy, Va. 46
Severn 69, St. Peter and Paul 52
Sherwood 56, Magruder 54
Snow Hill 62, Cambridge/SD 49
Southern Fulton, Pa. 73, Hancock 38
St. Andrew's 86, Sandy Spring Friends 30
St. Mary's Ryken 64, Central 42
Stephen Decatur 55, North Caroline 27
Urbana 61, Albert Einstein 46
Washington 93, Kent County 77
Watkins Mill 50, Thomas Johnson 38
Wheaton 48, Hubie Blake 46
Wicomico 81, North Dorchester 27
Williamsport 72, Broadfording Christian Academy 54
Winters Mill 62, Brunswick 43
Forest Area Tournament Bishop Walsh 75, Shade, Pa. 62
Hayfield Tournament Montrose Christian School 70, Hayfield, Va. 40
New Castle Tournament West Middlesex, Pa. 62, St. Mary's 38
Northeastern Tournament Northeastern, Pa. 80, Southwestern 42
Sleepy Thompson Tournament Consolation Semifinal Boys Latin 65, Bishop Sullivan, Va. 53
The Potomac School Tournament First Round The Potomac School, Va. 76, Avalon 56
POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS South Carroll vs. Tuscarora, ppd. to Dec 11.
Springbrook vs. Northwest - Mtg, ppd. to Jan 18.
MARYLAND GIRLS BASKETBALL Aberdeen 74, Rising Sun 27
Annapolis 56, Harwood Southern 24
Archbishop Spalding 54, John Carroll 29
Atholton 71, Long Reach 25
Bel Air 53, Joppatowne 22
Bethesda 45, Poolesville 34
Bohemia Manor 38, Tome 35
Boonsboro 53, Manchester Valley 48
Century 56, Smithsburg 40
Chopticon 58, St. Charles 38
City College 96, Woodlawn 47
Crisfield 57, Col. Richardson 33
Crossland 48, Bowie 34
Episcopal, Va. 40, Holton Arms 27
Friends 46, Perry Hall Christian 18
Garrison Forest 41, Pikesville 15
Great Mills 59, Leonardtown 33
Havre de Grace 37, Fallston 32
Henry Wise 68, Capitol Christian Academy 21
Hereford 50, Western STES 42
Howard 52, Marriotts Ridge 17
Hubie Blake 61, Wheaton 16
Institute of Notre Dame 62, Eastern Tech 33
Kent County 65, Washington 6
Linganore 76, South Hagerstown 31
McDonough 53, Thomas Stone 27
Meade 73, Northeast - AA 47
Middletown 41, Brunswick 34
Montgomery Blair 47, Northwood 43
Mt. Carmel 42, Indian Creek 27
Mt. Hebron 50, Oakland Mills 35
New Town 44, Franklin 19
North County 61, Glen Burnie 56
North East 27, Tri-State Christian 12
North Harford 44, Elkton 40
Northern Garrett 36, Preston, W.Va. 33
Oakdale 56, Williamsport 49
Owings Mills 48, Perry Hall 43
Paint Branch 79, Winston Churchill 60
Park School 39, Glenelg CS 35
Parkside 37, Easton 33
Parkville 32, Carver Arts &: Tech 27
Patapsco 72, Dundalk 18
Quince Orchard 67, Seneca Valley 23
Richard Montgomery 43, Rockville 37
River Hill 52, Wilde Lake 36
Salisbury Christian School 30, Chincoteague, Va. 6
Severn 49, Mt. De Sales Academy 38
Severna Park 38, Arundel 37
Sherwood 64, Magruder 53
South Carroll 39, Tuscarora 23
South River 63, Broadneck 29
St. John's Catholic Prep 61, Mercersburg Academy, Pa. 51
Stephen Decatur 76, North Caroline 17
Sussex Technical, Del. 48, Worcester Prep School 28
Urbana 69, Francis Scott Key 41
Walkersville 58, Catoctin 33
Walt Whitman 56, Good Counsel 51
Walter Johnson 59, Clarksburg 35
Westminster 75, North Hagerstown 26
Wicomico 63, North Dorchester 17
Winters Mill 57, Allegany 41
POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS Kenwood vs. Dulaney, ppd.
Northwest - Mtg vs. Springbrook, ppd. to Jan 18.
VIRGINIA GIRLS BASKETBALL
Abingdon 64, Marion 49
Auburn 42, Craig County 39
Bayside 57, Kellam 40
Bethel 60, Phoebus 48
Broad Run 41, Heritage (Leesburg) 35
Broadway 55, Sherando 49
Brookville 54, E.C. Glass 16
Buckingham County 47, Central Lunenburg 35
Castlewood 70, Honaker 58
Cave Spring 36, Northside 35
Central Wise 60, Lebanon 37
Chancellor 63, Liberty-Bealeton 45
Chantilly 46, South County 33
Clarke County 74, Madison County 14
Colonial Beach 46, Middlesex 31
Cosby 76, Franklin County 33
Courtland 55, Fauquier 18
Deep Creek 56, Hickory 43
Deep Run 43, Patrick Henry-Ashland 39
Eastern View 73, King George 72, OT
Episcopal 40, Holton Arms, Md. 27
Faith Christian-Roanoke 37, Roanoke Valley Christian 28
Floyd County 80, William Fleming 67
Fluvanna 48, Harrisonburg 44
Fort Chiswell 67, Chilhowie 60
Foxcroft 35, Randolph-Macon 22
Fuqua School 54, Prince Edward County 35
Gar-Field 75, Loudoun County 34
Giles 57, Pulaski County 52
Henrico 61, Hermitage 59
Heritage-Newport News 71, Hampton 36
Hidden Valley 56, Lord Botetourt 40
Holston 62, Council 15
Holy Cross Regional 24, Chatham Hall 16
James River-Midlothian 46, Patrick Henry-Roanoke 36
Kecoughtan 50, Warwick 48
King's Fork 62, Grassfield 27
Lake Braddock 36, Washington-Lee 27
Lakeland 42, Indian River 31
Landstown 63, Salem-Va. Beach 39
Langley 61, Herndon 52
Lloyd Bird 60, Manchester 34
Loudoun Valley 64, Warren County 30
Louisa 54, Summit Christian Academy 36
Massaponax 48, North Stafford 18
Maury 86, Booker T. Washington 9
Meadowbrook 61, Thomas Dale 58
Monticello 56, Spotswood 45
Mountain View 56, Brooke Point 27
Nansemond River 81, Great Bridge 24
Nansemond-Suffolk 64, Hampton Roads 16
National Cathedral, D.C. 56, Fairfax 43
New Covenant 36, Tandem Friends School 19
Nottoway 45, Cumberland 44
Patrick County 62, Christiansburg 44
Patriot 65, Briar Woods 51
Potomac 51, C.D. Hylton 21
Princess Anne 65, Frank Cox 23
Rappahannock 57, Nandua 37
Richmond Christian 59, Brunswick Academy 30
Rustburg 58, William Campbell 24
Rye Cove 59, J. Frank White Academy, Tenn. 20
Salisbury Christian School, Md. 30, Chincoteague 6
Seton School 67, Trinity at Meadowview 34
Stafford 60, Colonial Forge 56
Staunton River 64, Heritage-Lynchburg 25
Stonewall Jackson-Manassas 72, Osbourn Park 44
Tallwood 60, Kempsville 44
Tazewell 47, Bland County 37
TJ-Richmond 66, Annandale 61
Turner Ashby 62, Rockbridge County 22
Tuscarora 66, Annandale 61
Va. Episcopal 40, Westover Christian 31
Wakefield Country Day 32, St. Michael 18
Westfield 67, Stone Bridge 29
Williamsburg Christian Academy 61, Stonebridge Christian 6
Woodgrove 65, Freedom (South Riding) 54
Woodside 42, Menchville 33
Austin Cloyd Tournament Bassett 52, Radford 35
Three Point Line (TPLS) 41, Blacksburg 36
Conference 20 Tip-Off Tournament Semifinal Midlothian 67, Glen Allen 46
Monacan 46, J.R. Tucker 38
Flint Hill Tournament Bishop Ireton 59, Liberty Christian 53
Flint Hill Tournament Flint Hill 50, Middleburg Academy 33
Loudoun Valley Tournament John Champe 58, Skyline 39
Riverheads Tournament Alleghany 47, Riverheads 38
Shenandoah Valley Christian Tournament Shenandoah Valley Christian 44, Grace Christian 25
St. Anne's-Belfield Tournament Atlantic Shores Christian 54, Highland-Monterey 32
St. Annes-Belfield 69, Norfolk Academy 15
Strasburg Tournament Buffalo Gap 69, East Hardy, W.Va. 28
Luray 45, Strasburg 30
The Potomac School Tournament First Round Madeira School 46, St. John Paul the Great 31
The Potomac School 61, Oakcrest 25
Travis Tournament Trinity Episcopal 43, Goochland 12
Walsingham Academy 51, Steward School 39
West Springfield Tournament West Springfield 59, Wakefield 18
VIRGINIA BOYS BASKETBALL
Atlantic Shores Christian 81, Hargrave Military 56
Auburn 69, Craig County 62
Battlefield 75, Osbourn 72
Bethel 82, Phoebus 77
Bishop O'Connell 70, James Madison 41
Bland County 73, Tazewell 61
Blessed Sacrament-Huguenot 68, Veritas Christian Academy 41
Bluestone 71, Goochland 70
Brentsville 50, Spotsylvania 44
Broad Run 56, Loudoun County 42
Broadwater Academy 52, Denbigh Baptist 45
Brooke Point 50, Mountain View 44
Bruton 67, Poquoson 31
Cave Spring 66, Northside 62
Charlottesville 81, William Monroe 55
Chilhowie 115, Rye Cove 56
Chincoteague 55, Salisbury Christian School, Md. 41
Christiansburg 53, Patrick County 43
Colonial Forge 66, Stafford 61, 3OT
Cosby 61, Franklin County 44
Council 58, Holston 54, OT
Courtland 50, Fauquier 38
Culpeper 83, James Monroe 74
Dan River 72, Tunstall 48
Deep Creek 89, Hickory 18
Deep Run 66, Patrick Henry-Ashland 31
E.C. Glass 71, Brookville 45
Eastern View 73, King George 72, OT
Eastside 71, Central Wise 59
Edison 70, South Lakes 55
Falls Church 69, Dominion 59
Fluvanna 58, Harrisonburg 44
Forest Park 50, Oakton 48, OT
Fort Chiswell 75, Eastern Montgomery 54
Frank Cox 56, Princess Anne 49
George Marshall 55, Centreville 54, OT
Glenvar 61, Covington 50
Grassfield 60, King's Fork 52
Grayson County 68, Carroll County 64
Hampton 77, Heritage-Newport News 69
Hampton Christian 91, Alliance Christian 57
Henrico 82, Hermitage 55
Herndon 67, Langley 58
Huguenot 83, Clover Hill 74
Jamestown 83, New Kent 53
John Champe 70, Skyline 38
Kecoughtan 78, Warwick 72
Kellam 62, Bayside 55
Kettle Run 48, Park View-Sterling 46
Lake Braddock 67, Washington-Lee 53
Lancaster 57, Mathews 43
Landstown 63, Salem-Va. Beach 39
Lloyd Bird 93, Manchester 44
Lord Botetourt 53, James River-Buchanan 45
Loudoun Valley 72, Warren County 36
Louisa 48, Summit Christian Academy 32
Martinsville 68, Halifax County 47
Matoaca 91, Colonial Heights 41
Maury 69, Booker T. Washington 68
Meadowbrook 63, Thomas Dale 58
Menchville 75, Woodside 59
Nansemond River 88, Great Bridge 39
Norfolk Academy 39, Tidewater Academy 30
Norview 65, Granby 54
Oscar Smith 78, Western Branch 50
Page County 56, Nelson County 49
Patrick Henry-Roanoke 64, James River-Midlothian 47
Portsmouth Christian 88, Isle of Wight Academy 49
Potomac 74, C.D. Hylton 50
Potomac Falls 61, James Robinson 52
Prince Edward County 54, Fuqua School 52
Pulaski County 70, Floyd County 66
R.E. Lee-Staunton 82, East Rockingham 63
Randolph Henry 59, Amelia County 54
Rappahannock 64, Nandua 45
Richmond Christian 70, Brunswick Academy 54
Riverbend 63, Massaponax 47
Riverdale Baptist, Md. 64, Virginia Academy 46
Rock Ridge 66, Temple Baptist Christian 47
Rural Retreat 48, Northwood 47
Rustburg 66, William Campbell 40
Smithfield 57, Tabb 55
Southwest Virginia Home School 73, Jefferson Christian 47
St. Michael 49, Wakefield Country Day 37
Stonewall Jackson-Manassas 71, Osbourn Park 68
Strasburg 50, Stonewall Jackson-Quicksburg 40
Sussex Central 71, Windsor 52
Tallwood 42, Kempsville 38
Twin Valley 57, Castlewood 53
Warhill 75, York 70
Washington &: Lee 79, King William 28
Westfield 55, Stone Bridge 50
Williamsburg Christian Academy 68, Stonebridge Christian 48
Broadway Tournament Broadway 71, Liberty-Bedford 36
Sherando 57, Monticello 48
Conference 20 Tip-Off Tournament Semifinal Dinwiddie 85, Monacan 62
Glen Allen 75, Caroline 47
Douglas Freeman Rebel Invitational Consolation Semifinal Mills Godwin 79, Steward School 65
Semifinal Collegiate-Richmond 60, Douglas Freeman 54
St. Christopher's 74, Atlee 60
Eastern Mennonite Tournament Eastern Mennonite 60, Tandem Friends School 33
Flint Hill Tournament Flint Hill 80, Trinity Christian School 12
Middleburg Academy 53, Liberty Christian 42
Hayfield Tournament Montrose Christian School, Md. 70, Hayfield 40
J.E.B. Stuart Tip Off Tournament North Stafford 55, J.E.B. Stuart 50
Tuscarora 91, West Potomac 66
John S. Battle Tip-Off Classic Consolation Semifinal Cloudland, Tenn. 78, Patrick Henry-Glade Spring 76, OT
Johnson County, Tenn. 63, Hurley 31
Semifinal John Battle 63, Mountain Mission 59, OT
Oak Hill Academy - Red Team 67, Virginia High 46
Sleepy Thompson Tournament Consolation Semifinal Boys Latin, Md. 65, Bishop Sullivan 53
Norfolk Collegiate 74, Cesar Chavez Charter School, D.C. 60
Semifinal Millwood School 76, St. Stephens-St. Agnes 55
South County Tournament South County 58, McLean 49
St. Anne's-Belfield Tournament Atlantic Shores Christian 81, Hargrave Military 56
The Potomac School Tournament First Round St. John Paul the Great 84, School Without Walls, D.C. 72
The Potomac School 76, Avalon, Md. 56
Trinity Episcopal (E. Dale Travis) Tournament Trinity Episcopal 79, Hampton Roads 68
Walsingham Academy 76, Amelia Academy 68
Western Albemarle Tournament Western Albemarle 55, Covenant School 45
Woodson Tournament Fairfax 63, Annandale 51
Philadelphia MC&:S, Pa. 79, W.T. Woodson 74
POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS Richlands vs. Grundy, ppd.
Abingdon vs. Marion, ppd. to Feb 10.
Green Run vs. Ocean Lakes, ppd. to Dec 6.
Giles vs. Narrows, ppd.
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