On tap Monday night in Conference 2, 10 and 18 hoops as play resumes (finally) after a long snow delay.

 

BOYS GAME OF THE NIGHT:

 

Woodside (15–3, 6–0 Conference 3) at Bethel (6–11, 0–6). Two teams going in different directions. Woodside has six in a row and 15 of its last 16 games. Bethel has lost six in a row. You can't blame that on G Khalil Barnette, who has averaged 21.8 ppg in his last four games. Woodside's Chris Orlina is third the district in scoring at 19.9 ppg.

 

Kings Fork (9–7, 2–2 Ironclad 18) at Phoebus (5–12, 1–4). The Phantoms stunned the Bulldogs 51–49 on Jan. 14.

 

Kecoughtan (13–5, 5–1 Conference 2) at Oscar Smith (6–9, 3–3). Seniors Marcell Haskett and Brandon Tabb are separated by three-tenths of a point in the PD scoring race.

 

GIRLS GAME OF THE NIGHT:

 

Woodside (11–5, 4–2 Conference 2) at Bethel (13–4, 4–2 Conference 2). Both are tied for second place in the conference standings. The Wolverines won 40–31 on Jan. 7 but the Bruins come in with a four-game winning streak. Britani Bryson (12.4 ppg) has emerged as Bethel's top scoring threat. Seniors Kemoni Earp (10.6 ppg) and Alexis Bell (10.6 ppg) lead Woodside.

 

Phoebus (8–7, 3-1 Ironclad 18) at Kings Fork (11–3, 3–0). The Bulldogs won 73–46 in the earlier meeting.

 

Kecoughtan (8–7, 2–4 Conference 2) at Oscar Smith (8–8, 2–4). The Warriors Alexsis Grate is averaging 20 ppg.

 

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