Two of Vienna's basketball teams brought home Liberty District titles Friday night.
The Madison High School girls basketball team brought home its fifth title in six years, dumping in a buzzer-beater shot from senior Megan LeDuc to beat McLean 48-46.
On the other end of town, the Marshall High School boys basketball team earned its first-ever district title, also downing McLean 60-45.
On the girls side, Madison started out with a steady lead, ending the half with a comfortable 10-point lead and a score of 30-20.
After halftime, the McLean Highlanders stepped back into the game, outscoring the Warhawks 26-16 until the final seconds, when LeDuc saved the Warhawks from overtime by sinking a jumpshot.
The team — which has been missing star players Megan Henshaw and Kelly Koshuta to injury all season — now moves on to the Northern Region tournament at 7 p.m. Monday at Robinson High School.
Madison's Aidan McWeeney led all scorers with 15 point; Leduc dumped in 13.
For the Marshall High School boys team, it was a victory the program has awaited for decades, as they cruised to a 60-45 win over McLean.
After a 9-7 first quarter, the Statesmen rose to the occasion and outpaced the Highlanders in almost every other period of play.
The Highlanders had a 17-16 edge over Marshall in the fourth quarter, but it wasn't enough to overcome the more than 14-point lead the Statesmen built throughout the game.
Grant Leibow has 24 points for the Statesmen; Towner Hale and Doug Turpin each pitched in for 9.
The team plays again at 7:30 p.m. Monday against Chantilly.