Roster
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
1 Darell Bolding PG Sr. 5' 6"
10 Kevin Smith PG Sr. 5' 10"
13 I.G. Yorker F Sr. 6' 2"
5 Andre Cox SG Sr. 6' 3"
00 Russell Davis SG Sr. 6' 1"
21 Kimani Benjamin SF/SG So. 6' 4"
3 Joshua Bethea SG/PG Jr. 5' 10"
14 Francis Wills SF Jr. 6' 2"
4 Davon Cook SG Sr. 6' 1"
20 Zion Dodson PF Sr. 6' 3"
33 Brandon Johnson PF So. 6' 5"
11 Tim Allen SG Jr. 6' 2"
12 Daquan Crowder PG So. 5' 6"
2 Darius Holmes G So. 5' 7"
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Fairmont Heights in the news

Girls’ lacrosse Top 10: Breaking down the Maryland state playoff brackets

St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Glenelg and Bishop Ireton maintain the top three spots in this week's rankings.
Callie Caplan ·
May 8, 2018

Rock Creek Christian runs away from Capital Christian to claim Capital Beltway title

After losing a different championship game earlier in the week, Rock Creek cruises to a 67-49 win Saturday.
Joshua Needelman ·
March 11, 2018

Behind Ashia McCalla’s 29 points, Eleanor Roosevelt wins Maryland 4A girls’ title

Senior guard’s huge game lifts Raiders past defending champion Catonsville in 60-56 victory.
Michael Errigo ·
March 11, 2018

Fairmont Heights falls short of back-to-back Maryland 1A boys’ state titles 

The Hornets reached consecutive state championship games for the first time since 1970-71, and set a school record for wins in a season.
Samantha Pell ·
March 11, 2018

Fairmont Heights blows out Patterson Mill to return to Maryland 1A state final

Kimani Benjamin had a team-high 17 points and seven rebounds for the defending champs.
Callie Caplan ·
March 10, 2018

Boys’ basketball Top 20: Episcopal and St. Vincent Pallotti debut in the top 10

The latest edition of The Post’s ranking of the D.C. area’s best teams.
Callie Caplan ·
December 27, 2017

Boys’ basketball Top 20: Paul VI begins the season at No. 1

DeMatha, Wilson, Loudoun Valley and Gonzaga round out the top 5.
Callie Caplan ·
November 29, 2017

Boys’ basketball Top 20: Paul VI begins the season at No. 1

DeMatha, Wilson, Loudoun Valley and Gonzaga round out the top 5.
Callie Caplan ·
November 29, 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

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