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Posted: Mar 1, 2015
The DMV has become one of the nation's most fertile basketball recruiting grounds, with college programs from around the country prioritizing the area. We will be keeping a running list of the 2015 commitments in the area for all college levels (Division I, II, III, JuCo, NAIA, etc.) RELATED: Class of 2014 Commitments Please continue to...
Posted: Feb 27, 2015
By MARCUS HELTON WASHINGTON, DC — After coming out on the wrong end of a one-sided third quarter, the Gonzaga Purple Eagles found themselves in an unenviable 10-point hole with 8 minutes remaining in Thursday’s Washington Catholic Athletic Conference championship game at American University. After DeMatha’s Nate Darling drilled a...
Posted: Feb 26, 2015
By CHARLES ABANKWA UPPER MARLBORO - All season long, the Eleanor Roosevelt Raiders (20-3, 16-1) have been successful due to their depth and balance as a team. Wednesday night as they defeated the Largo Lions 58-51 in the Prince George’s county championship, they showed off just how much of a factor that depth and balance could be. RELATED:...
Posted: Feb 23, 2015
By CHARLES ABANKWA WASHINGTON, DC - In the final game of the WCAC quarterfinals Sunday afternoon at Gallaudet University,  the league’s two premiere Virginia schools faced off, as Bishop O’Connell defeated Paul VI 48-44 on their way to a semifinal game against the Gonzaga Eagles Monday night. “Today I just wanted to try and...
Posted: Feb 20, 2015
By CHARLES ABANKWA SPRINGDALE, MD - On Charles H. Flower High School’s Senior Night, it was a pair of juniors - Elliot Brown and Trent Watson - who led the charge for the Jaguars on their way to a 52-43 victory against the Duval Tigers on Thursday. “Just the play of my guards today, they were able to feed me the ball in good positions...
Posted: Feb 13, 2015
By CHARLES ABANKWA GREENBELT, MD - The last time Eleanor Roosevelt and Parkdale met, the Roosevelt dominated on its way to a 30-point victory. Thursday night, the Panthers won a thrilling rematch in overtime, 71-65. “The first time we played them, they beat us by 30 and I told them remember it,” Parkdale head coach Tremaine Price said...
Posted: Feb 12, 2015
By T'Neisha Turner Co Player of the Game Shane Lancaster (MD Kings) Xavier Joyner (Severn Elite) Hubert Bayigamba (Force One) Tolu Telli (SMD Heat) Dominque Baldwin (Bowie Magic) Roland Smith (Team Chaos) Josh Wooten (MD Finest) Isiaih Gross (Team Takeover) BJ Joyner (New World) Brandon Jacobs (Force One) Jaylen Barrett (The District...
Posted: Feb 12, 2015
By MITCHELL NORTHAM Ennis Commits To Cecil After transferring from Wicomico High to Delmar (Del.), hard work on the court and in the classroom is paying off for Larry Ennis. The senior - who can play both the point and the two-guard spot - has scored over 40 points twice this season and is averaging 27 points, 10 rebounds and five...
Posted: Feb 11, 2015
2016 Commit List Now that Signing Day 2015 has ended, we turn our attention to the Class of 2016. Here are the current members of the 2016 class who have committed. FBS   Darryl Turner, DB/WR, DeMatha- Maryland Dele' Harding, LB, Eastern Christian Academy- Michigan DeVante Brooks, TE/DE, St. John's (DC)- Tennessee Dominic Maggio,...
Posted: Feb 8, 2015
By CHARLES ABANKWA HYATTSVILLE, MD - Doyin Fadojutimi scored Eleanor Roosevelt’s first seven points on his way to a game-high 21, as the Raiders led wire to wire in a 63-50 victory against Bowie on Saturday evening at Northwestern High. Fadojutimi and the Raiders jumped out to a 9-2 lead after an Ishmail Jabbie rebound, and full court...
Posted: Feb 7, 2015
By Justin Silberman Before Nico Clareth even had an idea of where he would be playing collegiately, he decided his Senior Night at Calvert Hall would be the time he made that decision known.  So prior to Wednesday's final regular-season home game, Clareth grabbed a microphone and made the announcement to the crowd - which included two...
Posted: Feb 6, 2015
By CHARLES ABANKWA UPPER MARLBORO, MD - On Thursday night, the Riverdale Baptist Crusaders outscored the Northwestern Wildcats by 16 in the fourth quarter to earn a 64-45 victory and prove to the area that it’s still one of its best teams. “This gives us big confidence, because they were ranked seventh in the Gazette, and we just...