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Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Chalk one more up for the snow. With two local teams playing just one game in recent weeks, some star players have not had much of a chance to shine, prompting changes atop this week's All-Met Watch. KIMA forward Jonathan Arledge has been steady all season despite getting plenty of attention from opposing defenses and rejoins the top unit for the first time since the preseason. Statistics and records are through Sunday.

First Team

Pos.NameSchoolYr.
i FJonathan ArledgeKIMASr.
George Mason recruit has scored 20-plus points in four consecutive games and has led the Hawks to victories in 19 of their past 20 games.
i GQuinn CookDeMathaJr.
During the Stags' current five-game winning streak, the point guard has scored at least 26 points in each game except for one lopsided victory.
q G Ray GatlingOxon HillSr.
Prolific scorer has netted 30 or more points in five of his past seven games, including 33 in an 87-51 victory over Parkdale, the Clippers' 13th consecutive victory.
i GCedrick LindsayGonzagaSr.
Richmond recruit has scored in double figures every game this season, including a game-high 22 points in a 59-51 overtime victory over Good Counsel.
q G Markel StarksGeorgetown PrepSr.
Georgetown recruit had 24 points, 8 rebounds and 8 assists as the Little Hoyas beat Landon, 65-62, to clinch first place in the IAC regular season.

Second Team

Pos.NameSchoolYr.
q GJustin BurrellPotomac (Va.)Sr.
Had 25 points and 6 assists in the Cardinal District semifinals and followed that with 13 points in a 53-49 championship game win over Gar-Field.
m GJustin DrummondRiverdale BaptistSr.
Loyola recruit tallied 23 points and 10 rebounds as the Crusaders hung tough before losing to Ballou, 68-58, in their only game in more than two weeks.
q FJosh HairstonMontrose ChristianSr.
Duke recruit went 9 of 14 from the field for 19 points and grabbed 7 rebounds in a 64-50 loss to Ballou.
i GKendall MarshallO'ConnellSr.
UNC recruit had 20 points, six assists in a 62-53 loss at DeMatha last Friday, one day after he was selected to the Jordan Brand Classic all-star game.
i G Donte ThomasBallouSr.
Had 19 points, 4 assists and 3 steals in a 64-50 win over Montrose Christian, the 10th consecutive victory for the defending DCIAA champions.

On-the-Bubble

Front court: Stephen Battle, Thomas Stone, Sr.; Mikael Hopkins, DeMatha, Jr.; Delmore Howard, Annapolis, Sr.; Skylar Jones, Mount Vernon, Sr.; Eugene McCrory, KIMA, Sr.

Back court: R.J. Harris, Arundel, Sr.; Max Lenox, W.T. Woodson, Sr.; Lukas Mihailovich, Potomac Falls, Jr.; Tyler Thornton, Gonzaga, Sr.; Daryl Traynham, Wise, Sr.

Key: i Up from last week; m Down; q Stable


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