James River Boys Varsity Basketball

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Boys BB season ends in the Regional semi-finals on last-second shot

A prayer of a shot with less than a second left in the game by TDHS goes in and ends the season for James River, 39-37. The Rapids were led in scoring by scoring by Cole Grubbs with 12 points. Neal Hill, Zakari McQueen and Pierce Boerner chipped in 7 points each. Thanks for the

JRHS Varsity BB downs Cosby, 55-31, ending regular season

The Boys Varsity team ended their covid-truncated Winter 2021 season at 4-3, with the three losses by a combined total of just 10 points. It was Senior Day for 4 Varsity seniors: Bromley, Grubbs, Hill and McQueen. The Rapids move on the 6A Regional semi-finals, playing Thomas Dale HS at Thomas Dale on Tuesday. Let’s

JRHS Boys BB #3, JRHS Girls BB #6 in most recent RTD Poll

PREP BASKETBALLT-D Top 10 Boys Record – Prv. 1. Manchester 2-0 – n/r 2. L.C. Bird 5-1 – 1 3. James River 1-1 – 2 4. Hopewell 3-0 – 4 5. Steward 2-1 – 5 6. Thomas Dale 1-0 – 6 7. Petersburg 2-1 – 10 8. Prince George 1-1 – 9 9. MIDLOTHIAN 2-2 –

RTD: Zakari McQueen gives James River another scoring option

From the RTD, January 14, 2021. https://richmond.com/sports/high-school/zakari-mcqueen-gives-james-river-another-scoring-option/article_0875a2b2-3163-5141-9a3c-277137b997bc.html James River boys basketball coach Andrew Blazar said he expects to get “some huge games this year” from senior guard Zakari McQueen. McQueen, who transferred from Matoaca, had 17 points against top-ranked L.C. Bird on Friday. He averaged 16 last season. “He’s really strong handling the ball and

L.C. Bird turns back James River Boy’s Basketball team in back-and-forth Opening game, 61-55

Game write-up below on the game from the RTD: https://richmond.com/sports/high-school/timely-steals-daughtry-help-l-c-bird-turn-back-james-river/article_ff194409-209c-519c-b2e0-fce8af46fa09.html#utm_source=richmond.com&utm_campaign=%2Fnewsletter-templates%2Fpreps&utm_medium=PostUp&utm_content=4fbfa712e09a6eb84277db8141506fd6faa91a82 To the L.C. Bird boys basketball team’s ID card this season, put this under height: everywhere. Playing as fast as possible on offense and constantly pressuring ballhandlers on defense have been signatures for the Skyhawks under coach Troy Manns. Opponents now had better be able to