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Posted at 11:43 PM ET, 02/08/2013

Friday review: How players on the All-Met Watch fared

Here’s how players from The Post’s most recent All-Met Watch performed Friday.


North Point’s Matt Bonds, right, blocks a shot from Thomas Stone's Jordan Lamberth during the No. 6 Eagles’ Southern Maryland Athletic Conference win Friday night in Waldorf, Md. (John McDonnell - THE WASHINGTON POST)

Boys’ top performers

• F Matt Bonds, North Point, scored 18 points in an 84-74 win over Thomas Stone.

• F Kris Jenkins, Gonzaga, hit four three-pointers on his way to 23 points, three rebounds and two assists in a 95-71 win over St. Mary’s Ryken.

• C Chinanu Onuaku, Riverdale Baptist, had 17 points, nine rebounds and two assists in a 95-51 win over Heritage Christian Academy (Md.).

• G Andrew Robinson, Springbrook, scored 17 points in a 67-37 win over Bethesda-Chevy Chase.

• G Michael Briscoe, Thomas Stone, had 13 points in an 84-74 loss to No. 6 North Point.

Girls’ top performers

• F Kelli Prange, Damascus, notched 20 points in a 58-40 win over Poolesville.

• G Marta Sniezek, National Cathedral, had 20 points in a 55-49 win over Holy Child.

• F Nicole Floyd, Stonewall Jackson, scored 18 points in a 55-42 win over Battlefield.

• G Lindsay Allen, St. John’s, produced 16 points in a 79-47 win over Carroll.

• F Janessa Fauntroy, Gaithersburg, posted 15 points in a 49-47 win over Whitman.

• F Arianna Freeman, Paul VI, had 11 points in an 81-62 loss to No. 2 Good Counsel.

By Andrew Simon  |  11:43 PM ET, 02/08/2013

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