Boys' Basketball rankings March 16, 2015
PostRank School Record
1 DeMatha 31-4
2 Meade 25-2
3 Westfield 27-2
4 St. John's 25-8
5 Gonzaga 25-12
6 Montrose Christian 24-3
7 Oakland Mills 23-3
8 Centennial 25-2
9 Westlake 23-5
10 Potomac (Va.) 22-3
11 Wakefield 23-2
12 National Christian 23-5
13 Maret 22-4
14 Eleanor Roosevelt 21-4
15 Springbrook 22-4
16 Bethesda-Chevy Chase 20-5
17 Stone Bridge 23-2
18 H.D. Woodson 26-6
19 Douglass 19-5
20 St. Andrew's 21-6
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He nearly broke Allen Iverson’s high school scoring record. So why can’t he land a Division-I offer?

Champe’s Dom Fragala led the D.C. area with 37 points per game this season. But with the spring signing period underway, the time for him to land a D-I scholarship is running out.
Jacob Bogage ·
April 14, 2017

2016-2017 Winter All-Mets discuss their season

Nick Eilerson sits down with members of the various Winter All-Met teams.
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April 7, 2017

2016-2017 All-Met basketball players discuss their seasons

Nick Eilerson sits down with members of the boys' and girls' basketball first team All-Mets.
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April 7, 2017

After capturing ‘triple crown,’ Gonzaga ends season as the D.C. area’s top-ranked team

Eagles locked in after January loss to Paul VI, went on to win WCAC, DCSAA and Alhambra championships.
Jacob Bogage ·
March 20, 2017

Final boys’ basketball Top 20: Gonzaga edges Wise for No. 1, D.C. champ Wilson is No. 3

Virginia state champions Loudoun Valley and W.T. Woodson make top 10, while Quince Orchard is No. 12 after run to Maryland 4A title game.
March 20, 2017

The assistant coach who helped inspire Quince Orchard’s improbable run to the Maryland state title game

Dave Griffin has been with members of the Cougars’ roster since they were in the sixth grade. As he has fought cancer, he hasn’t stopped coaching.
Jesse Dougherty ·
March 17, 2017

W.T. Woodson boys finally win first Virginia state basketball championship

They needed overtime, but the Cavaliers knocked off Hylton to win their first title after 54 years.
March 12, 2017

Quince Orchard boys fall in overtime to Perry Hall in the Maryland 4A championship

The Cougars were led by point guard Matt Kelly’s game-high 22 points, and came up just short of a state title. 
Jesse Dougherty ·
March 12, 2017

Quince Orchard boys fall in overtime to Perry Hall in the Maryland 4A championship

The Cougars were led by point guard Matt Kelly’s game-high 22 points, and came up just short of a state title. 
Jesse Dougherty ·
March 12, 2017

Fairmont Heights boys win first state championship in 36 years

The Hornets claim the Maryland 1A title, 65-52, over Edmondson-Westside. “We get a ring, we get banners,” says one player. “This is love.”
Joshua Needelman ·
March 12, 2017
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