By Rusty Payne, Special to Chantilly Patch
Saturday, December 8, 2012
Chantilly scored convincing home wins over West Potomac in the season's first Friday night girls-boys basketball doubleheader. The boys (4-0) jumped out to a quick lead, using a stifling defense and high energy offense to dismantle the Wolverines 60-41. The girls team (2-4) also got a balanced effort from the entire roster in a 55-21 win against a shorthanded West Potomac team. After a solid 55-47 win Tuesday night on the road against Madison, the Charger boys treated their faithful to one of their most complete halves of basketball in several years, according to head coach Jim Smith, jumping to a 28-10 halftime lead. After winning the opening tip and hitting a 3-pointer on their first possession, West Potomac did not score again until …
The Wolverines will take on the Bulldogs Oct. 12 at West Potomac High School.
The West Potomac Wolverines will go head-to-head with the Westfield Bulldogs at 7:30 p.m. Friday at West Potomac High School at 6500 Quander Rd. in Alexandria. Wolverines Head Coach Jeremiah Davis said the Bulldogs are a well disciplined team that can pass and run effectively. "They do not make mistakes and their core group of players are solid," Davis said. "Our coaching staff like to refer to them as 'the machine' because they are so consitant at putting out a great product that it is hard to put together four solid quarters against them." However, Davis said every team can be beat, and the Wolverines hope they will be the team to do that this Friday. In preparation for Friday night's game, the Wolverines have had strong practices …