Boys:

Group 2A:

Bruton took control in the middle quarters with its up-tempo style Saturday night and raced to a 100-62 home victory over Nandua for the Conference 33 championship.

Eleven Panthers scored, led by Lonnie Swinton with 23 points and Marcus Carter with 22. Larry Legaspi sank six of Bruton's 14 3-point baskets and finished with 19 points.

The Warriors, a heavy underdog from the Eastern Shore, trailed by only 24-20 after the first eight minutes. But Bruton outscored them 55-31 in the next 16 minutes.

Isaac Taylor, a 6-foot-7 post player, led Nandua with 20 points.

Panthers coach Joe Dillard said Bruton will host a girls-boys doubleheader at 6 and 8 p.m. Tuesday, with both teams meeting Goochland in the first round of the 2A East Regional.

Group 1A:

Mathews won its first boys basketball district or conference title since 1979, rallying to a 40-39 win at West Point on Cody Kelly's 12-footer with 5.2 seconds remaining.

Kelly inbounded the ball, took a pass and scored the last of his 14 points, capping the second-seeded Blue Devils' resurgence from a 15-4 deficit after one quarter to the top-seeded Pointers.

Chris Perrault dominated inside for Mathews (16-6), collecting 20 rebounds and blocking seven shots along with scoring eight points.

L.A. Allen scored 15 and Travis Pitts 13 for West Point. ...

In Conference 41, top-seeded Surry County overcame Franklin 71-60 for the title in Dendron. The Cougars outscored the Broncos 27-10 in the third quarter for a 59-44 advantage.

Timothy Marsh, Derrick Bailey and Justin Williams netted 14 points apiece for Surry, and Dontrae Lyttle (12) and Robert Elliott (11) joined them in double figures.

The unofficial pairings for Wednesday's East Regional first round include Franklin at Mathews and West Point at Surry.

Independents:

Williamsburg Christian Academy stiffened its defense in the second quarter on the way to an 83-56 victory over Broadwater Academy for the Metro Conference tournament championship in Alliance Christian's gym.

The Eagles (25-7), who trailed 22-19 after one quarter, outscored them 39-12 in the next two periods.

Mark Seaman had 23 points and 12 rebounds for WCA, while Xavier Green had 23 points and seven assists. Both made the all-conference team in the Metro, which does not pick an all-tournament squad.

WCA expects to gain a first-round bye in the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association Division III tournament and to play a quarterfinal at home Wednesday, likely as part of a girls-boys doubleheader.

Girls:

Group 2A:

Bruton earned a home game in the East Regional by traveling to the Eastern Shore to beat Nandua 66-57 for the Conference 33 championship.

The Panthers will play at home against Goochland at 6 p.m., preceding a boys game between those schools.

Independents:

Charnissa Chillers' 30 points propelled Williamsburg Christian Academy to a 79-43 win over Atlantic Shores Christian in the first game of the girls-boys Metro Conference tournament final doubleheader at Alliance Christian.

Stephanie Seaman had 21 points and Imani Bryant 16 for the Eagles. The Seahawks got 19 points from Karli Hardin and 16 from Jule Kassack,

WCA awaits its Division II VISAA pairing and could play Wednesday night at home. ...

Top-seeded Nansemond-Suffolk Academy breezed past No. 2 Cape Henry Collegiate 73-44 to win the Tidewater Conference of Independent Schools tournament.

Jessica Pieroni shot 6-of-7 from the field and 6-of-7 on free throws to finish with 18 points. Harper Birdsong had 13 points and seven assists and Macy Mears scored 14 for the Saints, whose next stop is the VISAA tournament.

Bianca Roach scored 23 for the Dolphins.