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Posted at 05:15 PM ET, 01/25/2012

Where are they now: Greg Whittington, Linas Kleiza and more

Last Saturday, former All-Met player of the year, Oakland Mill’s Greg Whittington (below) contributed seven points and five rebounds for the George town Hoyas. In the closest contest this entire year for the tenth-
Rutgers' guard Myles Mack, left, and Georgetown's Greg Whittington fight for the ball before it goes out of bounds. (AP Photo/Richard Lipski)
ranked Hoyas, Georgetown managed to score the last seven points of the game which led them to a 52-50 win over Rutgers.

Paul VI Catholic graduate Erick Green posted a team-high 17 points along with five assists, three rebounds, and three steals against eighth-ranked North Carolina. Green’s Virginia Tech Hokies were up by five points at half, last Thursday, but UNC went on a 31-5 run in the second half to secure an 82-68 victory.

On November 20th, 201l, the Christopher Newport University Girls’ volleyball team finished as the runner-up at the Division III Girls’ Volleyball Championship. CNU lost 3-0 to Wittenberg University, but the entire roster sported girls from Virginia, most of which played for local schools. To see which girls are from this area and covered by the Washington Post, click here.

After being out for the first two weeks of the season, Montrose
Toronto Raptors forward Linas Kleiza, left, goes up for a shot as Los Angeles Clippers guard Randy Foye defends. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)
Christian's Linas Kleiza (left) played for a season-high 26 minutes for the Toronto Raptors. Kleiza recorded a season-high 16 points and he also had three assists and four rebounds. However, Linas’s points off the bench could not lead the Raptors to a victory as they fell 103-91 to the Los Angeles Clippers. Toronto’s lost on Sunday was their eighth straight loss of the season.

Last Tuesday, former O’Connell guard Jason Clark was given a lot of responsibility when he was told that he would be bringing up the ball for tenth-ranked Georgetown after his teammate, Markel Starks developed a stomach ailment. Clark did tremendously well with the pressure; he finished the game against DePaul with a career-high 31 points and tacked on two assists, five rebounds, and four steals. Georgetown managed to finish the game with an 83-75 victory to improve their Big East conference record to 6-2.

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By Alex Berlin  |  05:15 PM ET, 01/25/2012

 
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