The Washington Post
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
Boys Basketball in the news

National High School Hoops Festival, She Got Game Classic lead a full weekend of local basketball

Many of the area’s top boys’ and girls’ basketball teams will face national competition at high-profile local tournaments.
Mark Giannotto ·
December 9, 2016

Michael Speight’s feathery touch helps Wise get a little redemption against Riverdale Baptist

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Mark Giannotto ·
December 7, 2016

No. 4 O’Connell turns back Bullis in Wootten Classic final, 62-52

Senior guard Matt Lewis scores 17 points as the Knights improve to 2-0 on the season.
Nick Eilerson ·
December 5, 2016

Friendship Collegiate shuts out H.D. Woodson, claims DCSAA title

Knights’ 13-0 win is marred by bench-clearing brawl that forces officials to bring an early end to AA championship game at Eastern.
Mark Giannotto ·
December 4, 2016

Idaresit Ekpuk helps West Potomac boys’ basketball fend off South Lakes

The senior forward posted 21 points and 14 rebounds as the No. 18 Wolverines picked up an early-season road win in Reston.
Jacob Bogage ·
December 3, 2016

2016-17 high school boys’ basketball preview: Preseason Top 20, All-Met Watch

A look at the top teams and top returning players as the boys’ basketball season tips off in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
The AllMetSports Staff ·
December 1, 2016

Public Charter School Athletic Association 2016-17 boys’ basketball preview

Cesar Chavez and Friendship Collegiate should jockey for position atop a conference featuring loads of talent, but plenty of question marks, too.
Mark Giannotto ·
December 1, 2016

Potomac Valley Athletic Conference 2016-17 boys’ basketball preview

Milos Apic and Sandy Spring Friends have sky-high ambitions, but Jewish Day should again push the Wildebeests.
Mark Giannotto ·
December 1, 2016

Independent schools 2016-17 boys’ basketball preview

Christ Chapel and Takoma Academy boast new talent, while new coaches should spark Wakefield School and Lanham Christian.
Mark Giannotto ·
December 1, 2016

D.C. Interscholastic Athletic Association 2016-17 boys’ basketball preview

Defending league champion H.D. Woodson is still the team to beat, but Theodore Roosevelt and Wilson have the talent to push the Warriors.
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