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Langley boys defeat McLean in overtime

The Langley boys basketball team defeated cross-town rival McLean in overtime Tuesday night, marking the Saxons’ ninth win against the Highlanders in the last 10 meetings between the two schools. The road victory gave Langley (12-3, 5-2) sole possession of first place in the Liberty District after Marshall fell to Jefferson, 55-54, in double overtime Tuesday.

Junior guard Ross Gallaghan (nine points) nailed the game-winning three-pointer from the top of the key with five seconds remaining in overtime.

Senior center Brad Dotson was Langley’s only player to reach double figures, leading all scorers with 19 points, while senior center John Pascoe led McLean (6-8, 3-4) with 15 points.

Madison defeats Fairfax, 63-56

The Madison boys basketball squad won its second straight game Tuesday night with a 63-56 victory against Fairfax. Despite a paltry 6-9 overall record, the Warhawks are tied for second place in the Liberty District thanks to a 4-3 mark against district competition this season.

Senior wing Tommy House stepped up in the wake of leading scorer Patrick Murphy’s absense, compiling a game-high 22 points for Madison. Fairfax guard John Robic totaled 16 points for the Rebels, who are also tied for second place in the district with a 6-9, 4-3 record.

Westfield tops South Lakes, 57-46

The Westfield boys basketball team has rebounded from its three-game losing skid with two straight victories, the latest being Monday’s win at home against South Lakes. Senior guard C.J. Hill recorded a team-high 19 points, an improvement from the season-low three points he notched four days earlier in a 36-35 win against Centreville.

Tre’Von Walton added 13 points for the Bulldogs, while South Lakes sophomore guard Brandon Kamga poured in 20. The win brings the defending region champs above .500 with a record of 8-7, 1-2.

Umpires wanted

The Mid-Atlantic Officials (MAC) and Northern VA Umpires (NVBUA) are looking for new officials to referee youth recreational leagues, men’s leagues, high schools and colleges. Positions are available for baseball, softball and volleyball.

Pay is based on the level of competition, and officials can schedule themselves to work as much or as little as they please.

For more information, visit, or call John Porter at 703-978-3601.

Umpires also are needed for slow-pitch softball in the Fairfax Adult Softball (FAS) league. Umpires’ net pay starts at $26 per one-hour game and are paid monthly. Experience is desired but training is provided.

Contact FAS at 703-815-9007, or email to