G Chris Lykes

Gonzaga / Sr.

Miami commit helped Gonzaga collect all kinds of hardware this season. The Eagles won the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference championship, the DC State Athletic Association Championship and capped their year with an Alhambra Catholic Invitational Tournament title. That started with Lykes, their fearless 5-foot-8 point guard, who averaged a team-high 18.6 points and quarterbacked Gonzaga’s loaded offense. He scored in double-figures in all but one of 37 games and averaged 4.2 assists. Lykes also helped Gonzaga win the WCAC title when he was a sophomore.

Chris Lykes — all 5-foot-8 of him — is the biggest playmaker in D.C.

G Jalen Gibbs

North Point / Sr.

Fueled North Point with a team-high 28.3 points per game. Gibbs scored in double-figures in all 24 games, with a season-high of 40 points.

Jalen Gibbs helps North Point to gritty win at Lackey

G Michael Speight

Wise / Sr.

Speight was at the center of Wise’s balanced offense with a team-high 18.4 points per game. He helped the Pumas to a 21-0 start before they fell in the state semifinals.

Michael Speight's feathery touch helps Wise over Riverdale Baptist

F Jermaine Harris

Rock Creek Christian / Jr.

The 6-foot-7 forward averaged 13.7 points and keyed Rock Creek Christian to a 28-4 finish. He scored in double-figures in 19 of 32 games.

Jermaine Harris leads all scorers in win over Riverdale Baptist

C Nana Opoku

Potomac (Va.) / Sr.

The Mount St. Mary's commit averaged a team-high 15.0 points. Finished with a triple-double -- 32 points, 11 rebounds and 10 blocks -- against Freedom-Woodbridge in January.

Nana Opoku leads Potomac on another state title chase

F Nate Watson

O'Connell / Sr.

The 6-foot-8, Providence-bound forward averaged 13.4 points and 6.8 rebounds this past season. He had eight double-doubles.

Nate Watson commits to Providence

C Luka Garza

Maret / Sr.

The 6-foot-11 big man, who committed to Iowa, averaged 24.5 points while leading Maret to a 26-5 finish. Named D.C.’s Gatorade Player of the Year.

Luka Garza keeps family basketball tradition going

G Aaron Thompson

Paul VI / Sr.

Averaged 10.9 points for the loaded Panthers and scored in double-figures in 11 of 12 games in the middle of the season. Committed to Pittsburgh.

Aaron Thompson's rise continues with Peach Jam game-winner

G Bryan Knapp

Jewish Day / Sr.

Cornell commit emerged as the PVAC’s top player, scoring 26.9 points per game, including 40 in the team's league title victory.

Bryan Knapp's 40 points powers Jewish Day to PVAC title

G Dom Fragala

Champe / Sr.

The area’s leading scorer at 36.9 points per game, Fragala nearly broke Allen Iverson's Virginia state scoring record. He netted a season-high 63 points against Freedom-South Riding on Dec. 16.

Dom Fragala closes in on Allen Iverson's Virginia scoring record

Coach of the Year Chad Dawson

Loudoun Valley

In his 14th season at the Purcellville school, Dawson led the Vikings to a 30-1 record and their first state title. With 29 wins by double digits, including three 4A state playoff wins by a combined 86 points, few teams in the area were as dominant. An efficient and free-flowing motion offense yielded four players who averaged double figures in scoring.

Loudoun Valley muscles its way to a state championship

From left: Nate Watson, O'Connell; Luka Garza, Maret; Michael Speight, Wise; Dom Fragala, Champe; Aaron Thompson, Paul VI; Player of the Year Chris Lykes, Gonzaga; Nana Opoku, Potomac (Va.); Jermaine Harris, Rock Creek Christian; Jalen Gibbs, North Point; Coach of the Year Chad Dawson, Loudoun Valley (Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post)

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