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Friday's high school roundup: Menchville, Woodside boys set up all-PD final in Suffolk

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Boys basketball:

Menchville and Woodside set up an all-Peninsula District final at the King’s Fork tournament in Suffolk.

The Monarchs (7-1) beat Norview 76-69 behind Tim Hewett’s 19 points and Elijah Murphy’s 17.

Woodside (7-2) gained its sixth victory in a row, beating King’s Fork 75-54 as Devante Carter scored 23 and Chris Orlina 21 for the Wolverines. ...

Jamestown beat Essex 62-48 on the first night of Joe Ellis' annual tournament, getting the Eagles to the final against host Surry County. The Cougars ran past Charles City 97-74.

The tournament honors Ellis, who coached Surry to a state championship shortly before he died of cancer. ...

Braden Sutton scored 16 points and Billy Barnes scored 13 for Walsingham Academy, but the Trojans lost 49-48 to Haverford (Pa.) in the quarterfinals of the Benedictine Capital City Classic, one of the Richmond area’s more prestigious tournaments.

Walsingham will play a back-draw game Saturday against Mount Saint Joseph of Baltimore, which lost 68-63 to Trinity Episcopal of Richmond. ...

On the six-team Peninsula Catholic Holiday Classic’s second day in Newport News, Denbigh Baptist beat Hampton Christian 63-35 and Isle of Wight Academy defeated PC 61-45.

Christ Chapel Academy of Woodbridge rolled past Hampton Roads Academy 95-47 after cruising past Denbigh Baptist 72-43 the previous day. ...

Elante Drew scored 19 points and Daniel McKenney added 16 to boost Tidewater Academy past StoneBridge 68-22 for the championship of the Warriors' tournament in Wakefield. ...

Christchurch beat host Gaston Day 76-60 on the opening day of in a tournament near Charlotte, N.C.

Girls basketball:

Braysia Hicks scored 19 points and Rachel Lia scored 13 to lead Hampton Roads Academy past Tabb 44-37 in the York Holiday Tournament. Imani McDowell-Jarmon led the Tigers (1-6) with nine points.

In the second semifinal, Gloucester beat York 49-41 on the Falcons' floor. ...

Midlothian pulled away in the fourth quarter to defeat Warwick 63-56 in L.C. Bird’s tournament, which has predetermined pairings every day.

The Trojans, who outscored the Raiders 21-12 in the final eight minutes, were 21-of-24 at the free-throw line.

Wrestling:

Poquoson took a five-point lead over Landstown entering the final day of the Colon E. Baker tournament at Great Bridge.

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