Indoor track and field:

Lafayette’s Derek Holdsworth won the CNU Winter Frolic invitational 1,000-meter run Saturday in 2 minutes, 29 seconds in the Freeman Center.

Howard Townsend, an assistant principal and former star runner who helps coach the Rams, said via Twitter that it’s the top high school time in the nation so far this season. ...

At the Gloucester Pre-Holiday Invitational at the Boo Williams Sportsplex in Hampton, Phoebus' girls placed second to Western Branch.

In the boys competition, Warwick placed fourth, while Highland Springs and Western Branch shared the championship.

Boys basketball:

Austin Matthews broke a tie with a driving layup with about 12 seconds left, giving West Point a 55-53 home victory over New Kent despite Blake Kelley's 26 points for the Trojans.

The Pointers (3-0) recovered from a six-point deficit in the final three minutes. Travis Pitts had 16 points and eight rebounds, Jeffrey Guerrant had 13 points, and Matthews had nine points, five assists and five steals.

After Matthews' layup, New Kent missed two shots. ...

Elijah Murphy's 13 points and 12 rebounds guided Menchville to a 60-33 triumph over Grassfield in a showcase in Deep Creek's gym.

Dequan Lake had 12 points and six rebounds for the Monarchs (4-1), while Sam Freeman had 11 points. ...

Woodside defeated Tallwood 59-42 in one of several games at King's Fork in Suffolk. ...

Xavier Green scored 18 points as Williamsburg Christian Academy (6-2) beat New Life Christian 78-52.

Girls basketball:

Keli Foster had 20 points, six assists and three steals to lead Bethel to a 75-61 win against Ocean Lakes in the King’s Fork gym. Britani Bryson added 20 points and eight rebounds for the Bruins. ...

Braysia Hicks scored 22 points and freshman Rachel Lia had 17 to boost Hampton Roads Academy past Cox 60-42. ...

Khadijah Berger had 24 points, Zhymani Smith 15 and Dara Pearson 12 as Hampton (5-0) rolled past Hickory 71-33.

The Hawks still have gotten off to a 5-2 start under Chelsie Schweers, their first-year coach, who is the top scorer in Christopher Newport history. ...

Alexsis Grate netted a career-high 30 points to help Kecoughtan (3-2) defeat Varina 77-42 at a showcase at Meadowbrook High in Richmond.

Dayvondria Braxton added 10 points and eight rebounds for the Warriors. Coach Kevin Williams said Kecoughtan played one of its best games of the season. ...

Keyana Brown's 26 points and Tiara Strong's 20 sparked Lafayette (4-1) past Thomas Jefferson 77-46. ...

Williamsburg Christian Academy improved to 8-0 with a 60-41 triumph over St. Hubert (Pa.) in the Beast of the East College Showcase in Baltimore.

Stephanie Seaman scored 19 points, Imani Bryant 17 and Tonika Pierce 12 for WCA, which went ahead 33-16 by outscoring the Pennsylvanians 19-3 in the second quarter. The Eagles will face Archbishop Spalding of Severn, Md., at 1 p.m. Sunday. ...

Sophomore Harper Birdsong, one of the area's top young point guards, had 19 points and Jessica Pieroni had 14 to help Nansemond-Suffolk Academy beat Tabb 48-42.

Rae-Ana Cain scored 11 and Erin Fenton 10 for the Tigers (1-5).

Wrestling:

New Kent captured the title at its Trojan Duals, defeating five opponents. The Trojans edged Mountain View of Stafford County 39-36 for the championship.

Swimming:

Hampton Roads Academy's girls outswam five of their six opponents in a Friday meet, and the Navigators' boys defeated four of five.