Park View and Warren County's boys basketball teams played four overtimes before deciding a game, while Handley's boys and Woodbridge's boys and Woodbridge's girls squads remained unbeaten. Broad Run's wrestling team handed Osbourn its first dual meet loss in four years.
After four overtimes, 74 field goals and 56 free throws, Park View escaped with a 105-101 Northwestern District victory over Warren County. The Patriots came back from a 10-point halftime deficit to force overtime. David Matson had 38 points in the marathon and Randall Edwards added 25 Chad Brooks had 30 for the Wildcats.
In other Northwestern District action Handley extended its unbeaten streak to eight with victories over Osbourn, 71-66, and Broad Run, 62-61. George Hambleton paced four players in double figures with 12 points against Osbourn and Jerome Hromiak (22 points) and Roger Corley (21) led the Judges past Broad Run.
Chip Garczynski had 20 points and Tim Jackson added 16 as Broad Run downed Park View, 65-55.
Woodbridge downed Courtland as Herschel McLemore had 25 points and Jay Brown added 21. And, after a disappointing 76-57 Friday night loss to rival Gar-Field, the Vikings, behind Ben Luckett's 23 points, stunned league-leading Potomac, 69-53.
Stonewall Jackson of Manassas won twice, running its win streak to three games. Tim Brown and Peter Giorgio had 20 points each to lead the Raiders to a 75-64 victory over North Stafford. Stonewall ended the week with a 72-69 win over Osbourn Park, knocking the Yellow Jackets out of a chance to tie for first place.
Central of Woodstockd remained atop the Bull Run district with victories over George Mason and Rappanhannock. The Falcons, unbeaten in their first seven district games, have been led by Brad Moyers (16.8 points per game).
Woodbridge remained undefeated with wins over Courtland, Gar-Field and Potomac. The Vikings got 16 points from Rebecca Wakefield and 11 from Tiffany Smith in a 54-27 rout of Courtland. The Vikings forced 32 Gar-Field turnovers in a 76-55 rout and edged the Panthers, 49-41, as Wakefield contributed 17 points.
Osburn Park overcame 21 points from Fauquier's Susan Berner to defeat the Falcons, 55-37. Terri Linder had 15 to pace the Yellow Jackets. The Yellow Jackets' victory, combined with Gar-Field's loss, moved them into second place in the district.
Broad Run defeated Osburn for the first time ever, 56-10, to give the Eagles their first Northwestern District loss in four years.
Bob Mitchell, Charlie Eastwood, Jason Fidler, Lloyd Everhart and Allen Miller recorded pins as Loudoun Valley scored a 51-24 victory over Strasburg