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Boys' Basketball

First Team | Second Team | Third Team | Fourth Team | Honorable Mention | Final Rankings | All-League Teams

Player of the Year

Austin Freeman, Sr.
Guard  |  DeMatha  |  6-4
Repeat All-Met led the Stags to the No. 1 ranking and a third consecutive Washington Catholic Athletic Conference title and City Title. Averaged 22.2 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists. Named a McDonald's all-American. Considered one of the best players in school history. Will play for Georgetown.

Coach of the Year

George Wake
Fairmont Heights
The longtime coach called his 24th season perhaps his finest at the Capitol Heights school, directing a team without a star player to the Maryland 2A title game. The Hornets used their trademark pressure and fast-paced offense to finish 20-6.

First Team


Jason Clark Cameron Long Adrian Bowie Chris Wright Deontay Twyman
O'Connell, Jr.
Guard  |  6-2
Freedom-Wood., Sr.
Guard  |  6-4
Montrose Christian, Sr.
Guard  |  6-3
St. John's, Sr.
Guard  |  6-1
Sherwood, Sr.
Guard  |  5-11
Poised to leave his mark as one of the area's top players. Terrific scorer averaged 21.6 points and six rebounds for Knights. Able to shoot from the outside or get to the basket. Committed to Georgetown. Averaging 18.5 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists to lead his team to the best season in the school's brief history, advancing to Virginia AAA semifinals. Will play for George Mason. Excellent slasher made a smooth transition to playing point guard for area's second-ranked team. Averaged 14.6 points, 5.8 assists, 4.2 rebounds and 2.3 steals for 21-3 team. Will play for Maryland. First three-time All-Met in boys' basketball since Adrian Dantley (DeMatha, 1971-73). Scored 2,580 career points. Averaged 30.5 points, 4.9 rebounds and 4.3 assists in 2006-07. Named McDonald's all-American. Will play for Georgetown. Also an All-Met quarterback in football, floor leader was sensational in playoffs, averaging 20.3 points during the postseason and scoring a career-high 26 points in Maryland 4A championship victory.


John Flowers Vlad Moldoveanu Darnell Dodson Kwame Morgan
St. Mary's Ryken, Sr.
Forward  |  6-7
St. John's, Sr.
Forward  |  6-11
Eleanor Roosevelt, Sr.
Forward  |  6-7
Largo, Sr.
Forward  |  6-3
Aggressive player averaged 17.9 points, 13.2 rebounds and 6.6 blocked shots, making an impact at both ends of the court as the Knights emerged as a threat in the WCAC. Will play for West Virginia. Versatile player possesses great shooting range for his size. Averaged 15.2 points, 8.7 rebounds and 2.4 blocks. Shot 42.3 percent from three-point range, helping the Cadets reach WCAC final. Will play for George Mason. Smooth player holds school scoring recors for a career (1,262) and a single game (49). Was second in the area in scoring, averaging 28 points and 11 rebounds for 4A state semifinalist. Will play for Pittsburgh. Smart around the basket and with a nice jump shot, Morgan was the area's third-leading scorer, making 64 percent of his shots and averaging 27.5 points for Maryland 3A semifinalist. Will play for Hampton.

Second Team

G - Tommy Brenton, River Hill, Sr.
F - Mike Davis, T.C. Williams, Sr.
C - Augustus Gilchrist, ProgressiveChristian, Sr.
C - Jerai Grant, DeMatha, Sr.
F - Andrey Semenov, Notre Dame, Jr.

Third Team

G - Jordan Brooks, C.H. Flowers, Sr.
F - Roscoe Davis, Wise, Jr.
G - Jay Gavin, BishopMcNamara, Sr.
C - Anthony McClain, National Christian, Sr.
G - Chris Tolson, Laurel, Sr.

Fourth Team

F - Jamar Harrison, Dunbar, Sr.
F - Maurice Hubbard, Westfield, Jr.
F - Cameron Johnson, Gonzaga, Jr.
F - Donald Robinson, Magruder, Sr.
F - Tory Wilson, Seneca Valley, Sr.

Honorable Mention

Tarek Ammoury, McLean, Jr.; Jarrell Baltimore, Wilson, Sr.; Ben Biber, Potomac Falls, Sr.; Garrett Blackstone, Glen Burnie, Sr.; Marc Bolden, Cardozo, Sr.; Troy Brewer, Montrose Christian, Sr.; Julius Brown, St. Mary's Ryken, Jr.; Ronald Burks, Paul VI Catholic, Jr.; Devonte Campbell, Forestville, Sr.; Raymond Chambers, Battlefield, Sr.; Jordan Clarke, Good Counsel, Jr.; Mo Colter, Largo, Sr.; Austin Cooley, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Jr.; Maurice Creek, Oxon Hill, Soph.; Steve Custis, Frederick, Sr.; Jamire Davis, Edison, Jr.; Ryan Dougherty, St. Albans, Sr.; Kendall Durant, Fairmont Heights, Sr.; Javorn Farrell, Bishop Ireton, Soph.; Torey Fassett, Atholton, Sr.; Matty Foley, Thomas Johnson, Sr.; C.J. Garner, Springbrook, Jr.; Sean Greenfield, Northern, Sr.; Jaren Haley, Freedom-Woodbridge, Sr.; Jeremy Herring, Kennedy, Sr.; J.J. Hicks, Broadneck, Jr.; George Johnson, Wakefield, Sr.; Danny Jones, Herndon, Sr.; Kris Joseph, Carroll, Jr.; Wally Judge, Bladensburg, Soph.; Kevin Kennedy, Quince Orchard, Sr.; Max Kenyi, Gonzaga, Jr.; Kevin Kilday, West Springfield, Sr.; Ken Manahan, Chancellor, Sr.; Dee Mency, St. John's (Md.), Sr.; Nikita Mescheriakov, St. John's (Md.), Sr.; Josh Morgan-Green, St. Mary's-Annapolis, Jr.; Dominique Ngniman, Notre Dame, Sr.; Tyron Parker, Ballou, Sr.; Maurice Pearson, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Sr.; Jeff Peterson, DeMatha, Sr.; Marcus Powell, Osbourn, Sr.; Aubin Reeves, Thomas Stone, Sr.; Chandler Rhoads, Clarke County, Jr.; Maurice Sutton, Largo, Jr.; Isaiah Tate, DeMatha, Sr.; Daniel Thompson, C.H. Flowers, Sr.; Terrell Vinson, Montrose Christian, Soph.; Shane Walker, Montrose Christian, Sr.; Derrick Washington, M.M. Washington, Soph.; G Lateef Williams, Annapolis, Sr.; Zach Wilmot, W.T. Woodson, Sr.; Garvey Young, Georgetown Prep, Jr.

Final Boys' Rankings

1. DeMatha (28-6)
2. Montrose Christian (21-3)
3. Sherwood (23-4)
4. St. Johnís (26-8)
5. River Hill (23-5)
6. Freedom-Woodbridge (21-6)
7. T.C. Williams (25-4)
8. Bethesda-Chevy Chase (22-4)
9. Largo (24-1)
10. Magruder (20-6)
11. Eleanor Roosevelt (18-7)
12. Bladensburg (17-5)
13. Gonzaga (21-9)
14. C.H. Flowers (20-4)
15. Fairmont Heights (20-6)
16. Broadneck (22-3)
17. Springbrook (19-4)
18. Cardozo (16-8)
19. Atholton (22-4)
20. Clarke County (26-4)

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