# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
12 Shawn Coleman SF So. 6' 1"
3 Tre Butler G Sr. 5' 9"
5 James Green G Sr. 6' 0"
00 Darren Lucas-White G So. 6' 1"
15 Charles Johnson G So. 6' 0" 110
4 Mandell Quigley G So. 5' 9"
1 Yearlonda Reed F So. 6' 3" 200
2 Juwan Butler PG Jr. 5' 9"
10 Hiram K Brewton F Sr. 6' 3"
11 Anthony Craven G Fr. 6' 1" 170
13 Jacquez Warren G Fr. 6' 1" 160
12 Deandre Barksdale Sr.
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Girls’ basketball: McNamara will get one more shot at St. John’s in WCAC final

The No. 2 Mustangs lost two close games to the No. 1 Cadets in the regular season.
Michael Errigo ·
February 25, 2019

Girls’ basketball Top 20: St. John’s holds off McNamara to remain No. 1

The Cadets won the rematch, another tight game, and the teams could meet again in the playoffs.
Washington Post staff ·
February 11, 2019

Girls’ basketball: No. 1 St. John’s maintains its edge over No. 2 Bishop McNamara

In a rematch of a much-anticipated game last month, the Cadets again pulled out a tight one.
Michael Errigo ·
February 10, 2019

Girls’ basketball Top 20: Rematch looms large for St. John’s and McNamara

The Cadets prevailed by two in overtime Jan. 22, and the area’s top two squads will meet again Saturday.
Washington Post Staff ·
February 4, 2019

Girls’ basketball Top 20: St. John’s regains top spot

The Cadets edged McNamara to set up an anticipated rematch in two weeks.
Washington Post staff ·
January 29, 2019

PHOTOS: No. 2 St. John's beats No. 1 Bishop McNamara, 67-65

Images from the Cadets' win over the Mustangs.
January 24, 2019

Second to none on this night, No. 2 St. John’s edges No. 1 Bishop McNamara in overtime

In a girls’ basketball thriller that found a way to live up to the hype, Azzi Fudd’s late burst carried the Cadets to a 67-65 road victory.
Michael Errigo ·
January 23, 2019

McNamara wins Title IX Classic title, stakes its claim to No. 1 ranking

The Mustangs topped Baltimore power Roland Park Country in their bracket final at the event at the D.C. Armory.
Kyle Melnick ·
December 30, 2018

Behind a trio of stars, Bishop McNamara girls' basketball is ready to upset the WCAC

The 9-0 Mustangs have received local and national hype this season, in part because of three top-tier players.
Michael Errigo ·
December 26, 2018

A former linebacker with ‘the spirit of a warrior’ is one of D.C.’s top girls’ hoops stars

McNamara’s Liatu King, who has two deaf parents, travels 50 minutes to school each day, where she gets straight As and has drawn recruiting interest from major colleges.
Callie Caplan ·
February 18, 2018