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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 (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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