1991-92 All-Met Boys Basketball Team
Thursday, March 19, 1992
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Led Virginia AAA Northern
Region with 23.6 points per game. MVP of Great Falls and Northern
District tournaments in leading 19-10 Chargers to state quarterfinals.
COACH OF THE YEAR
In his 10th season at the DCIAA school, led No. 4 Indians (23-5) to
the DCIAA East Division and league tournament championships. Has
directed Anacostia to league playoff berths in nine of his 10 seasons.
One of the area's most dominant players in the middle, he led 23-5
Seahawks to Virginia AAA Northern Region championship with 40 points in
title game. Averaged 23 points, 10 rebounds and 3 blocked shots.
A forceful rebounder and one of the most powerful inside players in
suburban Maryland. Averaged 20 point per game in carrying 22-4
Forestville to its second consecutive Class 2A state championship.
University of Maryland-bound star of area's No. 1 team averaged 19.5
points, 8 rebounds, 5 assists, 3.4 steals and 2.1 blocks. Shot 62
percent from floor with single-game best of 33 points.
Point guard carried responsibilities all over floor in helping No. 12
Paint Branch to surprising berth in Maryland Class 4A state title game.
Averaged 20.2 points, 7.5 assists, 6 rebounds and 6 steals.
Versatile small forward plays much bigger than his size. Helped No. 2
Stags to second consecutive City Title game victory. Averaged 18.5
points, 7.3 rebounds and 7.1 assists.
The steady force at the point that led DeMatha to undefeated 1990-91
season and 28-2 mark this year. Averaged 15 points, 6 assists, 5
rebounds and 3 steals per game. MVP in last two City Title games.
Three-year starter controlled floor in carrying No. 13 Cavaliers to
Virginia AAA Northern Region semifinals. Averaged 19.8 points, 6
rebounds, 5 assists and 3 steals per game.
Solid inside player helped No. 17 Dunbar to 23-7 season. Averaged 18
points, 8 rebounds and 3 assists in earning all-DCIAA first-team honors.
Selected to Capital Classic.
Continually improving presence in middle for 23-1 Harker Prep is
headed for the University of North Carolina. Averaged 21.5 points, 12
rebounds, 5.5 blocks and shot 58 percent.
Player, School, Height, Year
Jason Lansdown, Broad Run, 6-3, Senior
Eric Micoud, St. John's, 6-1, Senior
Tony Moore, Newport Prep, 6-7, Senior
Martyn Norris, Cardozo, 6-0, Senior
Michael Powell, Anacostia, 6-3, Junior
Kenny Avent, High Point, 6-4, Senior
Greg Jones, Cardozo, 6-1, Junior
Milton Miles, Largo, 6-2, Senior
Robert Misenko, Potomac (Va.), 6-6, Senior
Anthony Thompson, Parkdale, 6-3, Senior
Tony Diggs, The Heights, 6-1, Senior
Wayne Houston, Crossland, 6-8, Senior
Chris McGuthrie, Springbrook, 5-9, Senior
Anwar McQueen, St. Albans, 6-0, Junior
Jeff Starkey, Forestville, 6-3, Senior
Ron Ajim, Seneca Valley; Lance Archibald, Landon; Roger Bell, Phelps;
Damian Biggs, Centennial; Dimingus Bundy, Coolidge; Silas Cheung,
Keith Davis, Anacostia; Daniel Deng, Washington International; Pat
Flynn, Osbourn Park; Derrick Ford, Suitland; Kenny Franklin, Crossland;
Kevin Gibbs, St. John's; Duane Gilliam, Fauquier; Sean Goodwin,
Stacy Harris, West Potomac; Quinn Harwood, South Lakes; Grant
Lammersen, Madison; Nathan Langley, Dunbar; Darren McLinton,
Springbrook; Juan Moore, Edmund Burke; Vernon Osborne, Glen Burnie; Greg
Owens, King George; Brian Parker, Meade; Lovell Pinkney, Anacostia.
Bernard Rankin, Parkdale; Ronald Rhodes, Calvert; Rich Riffle,
Severna Park; Corey Robinson, Watkins Mill; Shawn Scales, Woodbridge;
Eric Singletary, Sidwell Friends; Marc Terry, Oakland Mills; Ratcliff
Thomas, T.C. Williams; Thomas Treadwell, Good Counsel; Keith Veney,
McNamara; Kevin Wenk, Madison; Ike Wilkins, Gonzaga; Rob Wooster,
Annapolis; Walter Wright, Stuart; Kevin Young, Potomac (Md.)
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