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Posted: Dec 17, 2014
By MARCUS HELTON One of the top remaining uncommitted 2015 guards in the DMV doesn’t yet have a Division I offer, but if he maintains the pace he’s started this season on, that shouldn't be the case much longer. St. Mary’s-Ryken’s Donte Etheridge has stepped into a leadership and go-to scorer role with the Knights and...
Posted: Dec 16, 2014
By MARCUS HELTON BALTIMORE, MD - The second annual DMVelite Baltimore Classic closed out strong last Sunday, featuring three solid games and attracting an even larger group of college coaches than the first day. Among the head coaches checking out Sunday’s action were Maryland’s Mark Turgeon, Rice’s Mike Rhoades, Radford’s...
Posted: Dec 15, 2014
We are pleased to announce the lineup for the DMVelite West St. Paul’s Showcase, which will take place at St. Paul’s School (11152 Falls Rd., Brooklandville, MD 21022) December 20, 2014. The event will feature a mix of public and private schools varsity boys matchups, as well as JV boys and varsity girls games. This varsity boys...
Posted: Dec 15, 2014
To close out our first season of football coverage, DMVelite is pleased to present the inaugural DMVelite All-DMV Football Team, comprised of the top players in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Northern Virginia: 2014 All-DMV Football Selections Each player is only eligible for one position (excluding special teams) DMVelite Football Awards...
Posted: Dec 15, 2014
By JUSTIN SILBERMAN BALTIMORE – The DMVelite Baltimore Holiday Tip-Off Classic returned to the Charm City for the second straight year on Saturday and continued building off the foundation of the inaugural 2013 event held at St. Paul’s School. After six teams competed in a one-day showcase during last year’s event, the Baltimore...
Posted: Dec 12, 2014
By T’NEISHA TURNER Player of the Game Isiah Gross- G (Greenbelt) With the score tied up at 9 a piece going into half, Isiah Gross came out on a mission. He scored all 10 of his points in the second half of play. He scored the ball in transition and in the half court set; rather it was pulling up knocking down a middle range shot or getting...
Posted: Dec 12, 2014
By T’NEISHA TURNER Twitter: @DMVeliteCoachT Player of the Game Promise Cunningham- Point Guard (Gholson) Promise had an understanding as to when to get the ball to her teammates and when it was time for her to take over the game. She showed her athletic ability with two tremendous blocks; tossing the opposing player shots out of bounds....
Posted: Dec 12, 2014
By MITCHELL NORTHAM Twitter: @primetimeMitch Parkside improves to 3-0 Much hype surrounded the Parkside boys’ basketball team to start the season with the return of Dajour Diggs, Juwan Williams and the addition of Colen Gaynor (pictured, right). The Rams have lived up to those expectations and more as they are 3-0 through their first...
Posted: Dec 12, 2014
By BILL FRANCIS Cameron Byers, 6’6 power forward out of Baltimore, Maryland has established himself as one of the premier players in his class within the DMV and nationally. Byers is one of the more rare power forward commodities. For starters, he's got the size needed to play the position at a high level offensively and the...
Posted: Dec 11, 2014
The DMVelite Top 60 for the Class of 2015 ranks the 60 premier seniors throughout Washington D.C., Maryland, and Northern Virginia.  This page includes our Top 60 and our "On The Radar" list of those players that earned consideration for Top 60 honors. The next expansion to this list will be done after the high school...
Posted: Dec 10, 2014
Player of the Game Hope Evans- Class of 2021 (Benjamin Tasker) Hope showed the poise of a high school varsity basketball player in the game versus Samuel Ogle. She understands how to play the game the right way. She has really good court awareness. Hope is a true point guard. She set her teammates for shots. She made the right passes at the right...
Posted: Dec 10, 2014
By T'NEISHA TURNER Co Player of the Game Casheus Covington (Samuel Ogle) Casheus is a fearless player. He has a scorers’ mentality. He showed he was not afraid to take the shots needed to help his team win the game. He showed he could shoot of the dribble, knock down the 3 point shot, and get to the basket at will. Covington led all...