Saturday's high school roundup: Williamsburg Christian girls beat buzzer for victory

Here's a look at results from Saturday:

Saturday's highlights:

Girls basketball:

Stephanie Seaman hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to give Williamsburg Christian Academy a 68-65 comeback win over Group AAA John Marshall at Meadowbrook High in Richmond.

Jalynn Ponzo led WCA, which trailed by 20 points with six minutes left in the third quarter, with 28 points and Keyana Brown added 16.


Abrea Harris, an Alabama Birmingham signee, led John Marshall with 26 points. ...

Christa Hall had 22 points and 11 rebounds to boost Grafton (5-1) to an 88-13 victory over Louisa County in Fluvanna's gym.


The Clippers received 23 points from Olivia Wilson, plus 21 points and six assists from Hannah Olson and eight points and nine rebounds from Emily Beyer. ...

Post player Jessica Pieroni scored 32 points, most from point-blank range with few misses, to guide Nansemond-Suffolk Academy to a 52-33 non-district victory at Tabb.

The Saints stifled the Tigers in the fourth quarter, outscoring them 14-2. Erin Fenton paced the Tigers with 10 points. ...

Braysia Hicks scored 22 points to lead HRA past York 64-36.


Boys basketball:

Dirk Williams Jr. scored a career-high 40 points as Williamsburg Christian edged Norfolk Christian 69-68 in the third-place game of the John Stone Memorial tournament at Christchurch. ...

Brandon Harvell and Johnny Cruz scored 12 points each to lead York past HRA 55-50. ...

Brandon LaRose scored 19 points as Walsingham Academy beat Episcopal of Alexandria 53-46. ...

Austin Rogers scored 20 points, including the winning three-point play with 2.6 seconds left, and Hunter Triplett added 17 in Isle of Wight Academy's 60-57 win over Trinity-Byrnes Collegiate (S.C.) at Wakefield School. ...

Surry County controlled the fourth quarter to beat Smithfield 62-56.