Boys basketball

Group 3A:

In the Group 3A Colonial Rivers Conference 25 tournament first round, senior DeVonte Dedmon scored 27 points, passing 1,500 for his career, in likely his final home game as fourth-seeded Warhill beat No. 5 Southampton 83-73.

Dedmon’s younger brother Keron added 20 for the Lions, who will face top-seeded Park View in a semifinal Thursday in Southampton’s gym in Courtland. For the Indians, Shane Agunzo had 19 points, Hunter Peck 14 and Cedric Parham 12. ...

Park View breezed past No. 8 Poquoson 92-51 in South Hill, ending the Islanders' rebuilding season.

Meanwhile, No. 3 Lafayette, playing at home, held off No. 6 Colonial Heights 51-46.

Mark Rivera had 23 points for the Rams, and Dequan Harris contributed 12 points, 10 assists and seven steals. Lafayette led by 11 with 1:45 left, but the Colonials pressed and rallied when the Rams missed free throws.

Lafayette will play a semifinal Thursday against No. 2 New Kent, also at Southampton. Both winners will advance to the East Regional.

Group 4A:

Host King's Fork ousted Phoebus in an Ironclad Conference 18 first-round game in Suffolk, winning 67-46 behind Dale Roscoe's 20 points and nine rebounds.

For the Phantoms, Joe Addison scored 16 and Tajh Eason 10.

Group 2A:

No. 6 King William beat No. 3 Arcadia 51-38 in a Conference 33 first-round game in Oak Hall.

The Cavaliers will return to the Eastern Shore for Thursday's 7 p.m. semifinal at Nandua.

Also Tuesday, No. 5 Windsor outplayed No. 4 Maggie Walker Governor's School 48-38 in Richmond to earn a gargantuan task -- meeting No. 1 Bruton, which went unbeaten in the Bay Rivers District against larger schools -- on the Panthers' home court at 7 Thursday.

Both of Thursday's victors will head to East Regional competition.

Independents:

In the Tidewater Conference of Independent Schools first round, No. 2 seed Walsingham Academy beat No. 7 Norfolk Academy 64-51 behind 20 points each from Billy Barnes and Braden Sutton to reach the semifinals.

The Trojans will face No. 3 Bishop Sullivan, which edged No. 6 Norfolk Christian 69-67.

In the other bracket, No. 1 Cape Henry Collegiate continued in its season-long domination mode, whipping Hampton Roads Academy 98-40 in Virginia Beach. Chris Clarke, one of the area's top recruits, provided the Dolphins with 26 points, 10 rebounds, seven assists and six steals in three quarter.

The eighth-seeded Navigators got 18 points from Quincy Mock and 11 from eighth-grader Michael Cunningham.

Cape Henry will move on to play No. 4 Norfolk Collegiate, which dusted No. 5 Greenbrier Christian 66-30 as Adam Grant led the Oaks' balanced offense with 13 points.

Both semis are Friday at Norfolk Christian, with the Oaks and Dolphins playing at 5:30, followed by Walsingham and Bishop Sullivan at 7. ...

In the Metro Conference play-in game, Isle of Wight Academy beat Alliance Christian 61-48 to earn the right to meet No. 1 Williamsburg Christian Academy on Thursday.

Adam Webb -- who had 16 points -- Josh Darden and Bryce Casey posted double-doubles for the Chargers. ...

Visiting Great Hope edged Bethel Christian 45-44 despite Austin Morgan's 33 points for the Pilots (7-7).

Caleb Butts led Great Hope with 18 points.

Girls basketball

Group 4A:

Third-seeded Heritage held on for a 49-48 victory in the Ironclad Conference 18 first round over No. 6 Denbigh, whose final shot missed in the King's Fork gym.

The Hurricanes went on a 14-5 run to overcome the 38-35 deficit they faced after three quarters, but the Patriots banked in a 3-pointer and a 2-pointer to trim the deficit to one.

For the Hurricanes, Jayla Wade scored 19 points, Ashley Harrell added 16 (12 in the first half) and Taylor Grant had nine. They will face No. 2 Nansemond River at 5:45 p.m. Thursday at King's Fork.

For the Patriots, Kyerha Smith netted 19 points and Bria Johnson had 14.

Group 3A:

In the Colonial Rivers Conference 25 first round, host Poquoson breezed past York 60-21 behind 22 points from Brittany Frazier and 15 from her senior classmate Sydney Turner.

The top-seeded Islanders, who outscored the Falcons 21-0 in the first quarter, move on to play against Warhill on Thursday for an East regional berth.

The fourth-seeded Lions rolled past No. 5 New Kent 68-30 behind Kieran McClure's 22 points and Kasey Grainer's 17. Adrianne Goodlet scored half of the Trojans' points with 15. ...

No. 2 Lafayette handled No. 7 Colonial Heights 65-33 as Rams senior Keyana Brown scored 23 points, increasing her high school total to 2,467. The Rams will face the Southampton-Park View winner.

Brown had nine rebounds and six steals. Libby Bland contributed 15 points and five steals, Tiara Strong had 15 points, and Kenya Holiday added four points and four assists for Lafayette.

Both semifinals will be in Warhill's gym.

Group 2A:

King William eased past Arcadia 64-28 in the Conference 33 first round.

The third-seeded Cavaliers earned a trip to Bruton to face the second-seeded Panthers in a semifinal at 5:30 p.m. Thursday.

The other 5:30 Thursday semi will pit No. 4 Maggie Walker Governor's School at No. 1 Nandua. Both semifinal victors will earn berths in the East Regional.

Maggie Walker's Dragons overcame No. 5 Windsor 44-33 in Richmond.

Independents:

Freshman Rachel Lia scored 21 points to help third-seeded Hampton Roads Academy beat No. 6 Norfolk Christian 54-36 in a Tidewater Conference of Independent Schools quarterfinal.

Alyssia Velez added 12 points and Braysia Hicks 11 for the host Navigators, who will take on No. 2 Cape Henry Collegiate. The Dolphins bounced No. 7 Bishop Sullivan 55-39.

In the other half of the bracket, top-seeded Nansemond-Suffolk Academy doubled up No. 8 Walsingham Academy 64-32 in Suffolk behind Harper Birdsong's 31 points and nine assists.

NSA earned a semifinal spot against No. 4 Norfolk Academy, which defeated No. 5 Norfolk Collegiate 50-37.

Both semis are Thursday in Norfolk Christian's gym. NSA will face the Bulldogs at 5:30, followed by the Navigators and Dolphins at 7.