Johnny AyersGPts.Avg.Guard, Madison 25829.0With his team trailing by 15 points entering the fourth quarter, the junior scored 14 points in the period to lead the Warhawks to a 71-61 win over previously unbeaten Liberty to reach the Fauquier Times-Democrat Holiday Classic final, set for 8 tonight at Fauquier. Ayers made 21 of 24 free throw attempts in the two games.
Chuckie IveyGPtsAvgGuard, Chantilly25527.5The junior scored a season-high 29 points in a 74-58 win over Lord Botetourt in the first round of the Pohanka Chantilly Classic and followed that with 26 points in a 69-50 win over Robinson. The 87.5 percent free-throw shooter made all eight attempts in the first game.
Brian OwenGPtsAvgGuard, Brentsville36923.0 The senior poured in a career-high 36 points on Saturday night, with six three-pointers, in a 71-56 win over James Wood in the final of the Dudley Martin Chevrolet Holiday Classic. In the first two games, the tournament most valuable player scored 14 points against Emmanuel Christian and 19 against George Mason.
Jose OliveroGPtsAvgGuard, W.T. Woodson27035The senior scored a season-best 44 points, including 16 of 17 free throw attempts, on Saturday to lead the 18th-ranked Cavaliers to a 61-59 victory over Sprayberry (Ga.) in the KSA Disney Classic in Orlando.
Senior, Guard, C.H. Flowers
The three-year starter was named the most valuable player in the Denbigh Holiday Classic after leading Flowers to the tournament title. In victories over Landstown, then-No. 10 Herndon and Princess Anne in the tournament final, the 6-foot-1 guard averaged 21 points and 5.7 assists per game.