Boys’ top performers
O’Connell’s Melo Trimble had 31 points, seven rebounds and five assists Tuesday night to lead the Knights past Good Counsel.
Here’s how the players from The Post’s most recent All-Met Watch performed Tuesday night:
● G Melo Trimble, O’Connell, had 31 points, 15 of which came from behind the three-point line, along with seven rebounds and five assists in an 83-65 win over Good Counsel.
●G Randall Brodie, Potomac (Md.), connected on 10 field goals en route to 26 points and six assists in an 83-67 win over Douglass.
● F Marcus Derrickson, Paul VI, had 19 points and eight rebounds in a 60-49 win over McNamara.
●G/F Alex Sotomayor, Watkins Mill, had 16 points in a 68-60 loss to Poolesville.
●F Kris Jenkins, Gonzaga, had 10 points and six rebounds in a 69-48 home win over Bishop Ireton.
Girls’ top performers
●F Ariana Freeman, Paul VI, hit 10 field goals and went 4 for 5 from the free throw line for 24 points in a 65-44 win over McNamara.
●G Kiara Colston, Paint Branch, had 21 points and five rebounds in a 58-35 win over Sherwood.
●G Lindsay Allen, St. John’s, had 20 points in a 74-61 win over St. Mary’s Ryken.
●G Janee Harris, Crossland, was one of two Cavaliers with 18 points in a 71-36 win over Fairmont Heights.
●G Lindsey Spann, Good Counsel, had 15 points and was the Falcons second leading scorer in a 62-38 win over O’Connell.
●F Sheri Addison, Wootton, was one of three Patriots with 12 points in a 57-52 win over Walter Johnson.
●G Erin Blaine, H.D. Woodson, was the only Warrior in double figures in a 48-15 win over Anacostia.
●F Amanda Fioravanti, Good Counsel, shot just 4 for 13 from the free throw line but still had 16 points in a 62-38 win over O’Connell.
●F Elizabeth Manner, Oakton, shot a perfect 6 for 6 from the free throw line and had 16 points in a 58-48 win over Westfield.
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