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Sports · February 13, 2015

Three county teams get byes as tournaments start

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David Milton, Liberty's top scorer with 11.9 average scores against Fauquier on Jan. 30. The Eagles and Falcons start Conference 22 basketball tournament play tonight on the road. The Fauquier girls earned a bye and start at home Tuesday. Wakefield and Highland start their DAC tournament next week as well.
Conference basketball tournament schedules
Conference 22 boys quarterfinals

Friday, Feb. 13
No. 6 Fauquier at No. 3 Chancellor, 6:30
No. 5 Liberty at No. 4 King George, 8

Conference 22 girls quarterfinals

Friday, Feb. 13
No. 5 Eastern View at No. 4 King George, 6
No. 6 Fauquier at No. 3 Courtland, 7

Conference 22 boys semifinals

Tuesday, Feb. 17

Liberty–King George winner at No. 2 Courtland, 7
Fauquier–Chancellor winner at No, 1 Eastern View, 7

Conference 22 girls semifinals

Tuesday, Feb. 17
Eastern View–King George winner at Chancellor, tbd
Courtland–Fauquier winner at Liberty, tbd

Conference 27 boys quarterfinals

Monday, Feb. 16
No. 6 Brentsville at No. 3 Kettle Run
No. 5 Manassas Park at No. 4 Spotsylvania

Conference 27 girls quarterfinals

Monday, Feb. 16
No, 6 Manassas Park at No. 3 Kettle Run, tbd
No. 5 Spotsylvania at No. 4 Brentsville, tbd

Conference 27 boys semifinals

Tuesday, Feb. 17
Brentsville-KR winner at No. 1 Culpeper, tbd
MP-Spotyslvania winner at No. 2 James Monroe, tbd

Conference 27 girls semifinals

Wednesday, Feb. 18
MP-KR winner at No. 1 James Monroe, tbd
Spotsylvania-Brentsville winner at No. 2 Culpeper, tbd

Delaney Athletic Conference Div. 1 boys quarterfinals

Tuesday, Feb. 17
No. 6 Fredericksburg Christian at No. 3 Seton, 5:30 p.m.
No. 5 Randolph-Macon Academy at No. 4 Trinity Christian, 7 p.m.

DAC D-1 boys semifinals

Thursday, Feb. 19

FC-Seton winner at No. 2 Highland, 6 p.m.
R-MA-TC winner at No. 1 Wakefield, 7 p.m.

Delaney Athletic Conference Div. 1 girls play-in

Tuesday, Feb. 17
No. 5 Highland at No. 4 Trinity Christian, 5 p.m.

DAC D-1 girls semifinals

Thursday, Feb. 19
Highland-TC winner at No. 1 Fredericksburg Academy, 4:30 p.m.
No. 3 Wakefield at No. 2 Seton, 5:30 p.m.

DAC D-1 boys and girls championships

Saturday, Feb. 21
Girls: Highland-TC/FA winner vs Wakefield-Seton winner at Highland, 5 p.m.
Boys: R-MA-TC/Wakefield winner vs FC-Seton/Highland winner at Highland, 7 p.m.
Post-season basketball play begins tonight Fauquier County schools.

Three of the eight teams received first-round byes finishing first or second in their respective conferences: Liberty girls and Highland and Wakefield boys.

Conference 22 play begins tonight when No. 6 Fauquier and No. 5 Liberty boys hit the road for games against higher seeds.

Kettle Run boys and girls begin play Monday at home in Conference 27.

The privates (Highland and Wakefield) begin play in the Delaney Athletic Conference Div. 1 tournament, Tuesday, but only the girls teams from both schools play then.

Fauquier boys travel to Chancellor tonight for a 6:30 p.m. Conference 22 quarterfinal game.

Liberty, meanwhile, heads to King George for an 8 p.m. game in the other quarterfinal.

Kettle Run girls and boys begin at home Monday. Game times haven’t been released.

The girls host winless Manassas Park and the boys, Brentsville.

Manassas Park boys travels to Spotsylvania and the Spotsylvania girls to Brentsville in the other quarterfinal.

Winners move on to the conference semis, Tuesday, while the losers start spring sports Monday.

The winner of the Fauquier-Chancellor boys game get the privilege of playing top-seed Eastern View while the winner of the Liberty-KG game travels to Courtland.

Both Tuesday games start at 7 p.m.

No. 2 Liberty girls host the winner of the Courtland-Fauquier game, Tuesday.

The conference championships will be played Thursday.

Conference 27 boys’ play resume Tuesday with Monday’s winners taking on Culpeper and James Monroe.

The girls wait until Wednesday to play the semis.

The winner of the MP and KR game travel to James Monroe and Culpeper hosts the other semi winner.

Championship games for both boys and girls will be Thursday and Friday, respectively.

Fifth-seed Highland travels to Fairfax Monday at 5 p.m., to play Trinity Christian in a play-in game.

The winner plays Wednesday at top-seed Fredericksburg Academy in a semifinal match up at 4:30 p.m.

Wakefield (No. 3 seed) travels to Seton Wednesday for a 5:30 p.m. semi.

The boys, meanwhile, begin Monday when Fredericksburg Christian plays Seton at 5:30 p.m. and Randolph-Macon Academy goes to Trinity for a 7 p.m. game.

The winners of those quarterfinal games play Wednesday at No. 2 Highland (6 p.m.) and No. 1 Wakefield (7 p.m.), respectively.

Both boys and girls championships will be hosted by Highland on Friday with the girls playing at 5:30 p,m. and the boys at 7 p.m.
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