Game Recap VPL Boys Tournament Semi-finals

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    wgarlick Writer Virginiapreps.Rivals.Com
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    Trinity Episcopal 56 St Christopher's 41

    Trinity Episcopal advanced to the VPL championship game with a 56-41 win over St Christopher's. Old Dominion commit Jason Wade led four players in double-figures with 14 points. Armando Bacot and Tink Boyd each scored 11 points and Henry Coleman chipped in 10 points for the Titans who pulled away in the 2nd half.

    St Christopher's slowed the pace down in the 1st half resulting in a low scoring 21-11 Titans lead at halftime. Star shooting guard Gibson Jimerson, who was shutout in the 1st half, connected on a three to start the 3rd quarter. The Saints cut the deficit to 29-25 with under three minutes to go in the 3rd quarter.

    Wade had only three points at halftime but he scored seven points in the 3rd quarter including a three as the Titans ended the half on a 14-1 run to grab a 43-26 lead heading into the 4th quarter.

    The action got a little chippy in the 4th quarter as the play became more physical and a technical fouls was accessed. Trinity Episcopal increased the lead to as much as 18 before both teams cleared the benches in the final minute.

    Bacot was the Titans leading rebounder with nine and Wade had four steals. Jimerson scored 10 points for St Christopher's while grabbing nine rebounds. Richmond football recruit Justin Jasper added nine points and five rebounds.


    Collegiate 51 Woodberry Forest 48

    In the second contest, Collegiate School went down to the wire to defeat Woodberry Forest 51-48. Robbie Beran scored 14 points and grabbed eight rebounds while Jack Wyatt scored 14 points with five rebounds for the Cougars. Wyatt was 9 of 10 from the foul line.

    Woodberry Forest led Collegiate 15-12 after one period but the Tigers scored only three points in the 2nd quarter to trail 26-18 at halftime.

    Collegiate led by ten until Princeton commit Max Johns led the Tigers comeback by scoring 12 points in the third quarter to tie the game at 37 entering the 4th quarter.

    The Cougars trailed by three but went on a 6-0 run to regain the lead 48-45. Khalid Thomas tied the game with a three for Woodberry Forest. Wyatt and Beran made three free throws down the stretch for Collegiate to give the Cougars the win.

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