Loudon Valley defeats Jamestown in first boys’ basketball state championship

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Jamestown's Evan Wang faced off against Loudon Valley in the state 4A finals at the Siegel Center in Richmond Friday night. (Photo by Jim Agnew)
Jamestown’s Evan Wang faced off against Loudon Valley in the state 4A finals at the Siegel Center in Richmond Friday night. (Photo by Jim Agnew)

RICHMOND — Jamestown faced the hottest shooting team, Loudon Valley (30-1), in the state 4A finals at the Siegel Center in Richmond Friday night.

The Vikings overwhelmed the Eagles jumping out to a 24-8 lead after the first quarter, and never looked back.

Loudoun Valley controlled the game with Jordan Miller (Junior) scoring a game high 26 points and 6 rebounds. Nick Ball (Senior) scored 19 points and Dominic Peterson (Junior) hit four 3-pointers and finished with 14 points.

Jamestown was lead by Mason Wang (Senior) with 13 points, while Ryan Jones scored 9 points on three 3-pointers.

Jamestown's Colin Boll attempts to force a basket against Loudon Valley in the state 4A finals Friday. (Photo by Jim Agnew)
Jamestown’s Colin Boll attempts to force a basket against Loudon Valley in the state 4A finals Friday. (Photo by Jim Agnew)

Jamestown (27-3) finished their season having gone further than any other team in their school’s history.

It was Loudon Valley’s first boys’ basketball state championship.

Final Score: Jamestown 48 – Loudoun Valley 80
Jamestown: M. Wang 13, Jones 9, Schmidt 8, Devine 7, Brown 6, Exton 2, E. Wang 2, Boll 1
Loudon Valley: Miller 26, Ball 19, Peterson 14, Norris 8, Williams 5, DeGree 4, Dize 2, Volker 2
Halftime: LV 42-25
3-pointers: LV 6 (Peterson 4, Ball, Williams); JHS 6 (Jones 3, Devine 2, M. Wang)

Submitted by Jim Agnew.

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