Boys varsity basketball team loses to Falls Church but triumphs in spirit: Photo highlights

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Jefferson players team up against a player on the other side to gain possession of the ball. Jefferson’s Men’s JV Basketball team faced off against the Falls Church team and ended with a loss by one point. “You’re allowed to grab the ball as long as you don’t reach over someone or reach with both arms around someone. In the picture, Ian is grabbing him[Falls Church player] from the back, that’s illegal,” sophomore Rakesh Pillai said.

Jessica Feng and Reena Wang

Photo highlights from a home game against Falls Church High School, in which the boys varsity basketball team lost by a margin of a couple points. The boys junior varsity team lost to Falls Church with a final score of 41-40, while the freshman team won 36-24.