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Boys' Basketball December 13, 2016
Overall: (21-7) Conf: (13-5)
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Overall: (0-22) Conf: (0-18)
Stat Leaders
Player 2pt FG 3pt FG FTM-A Reb Ast Blk Pts
DJ Harvey 3 1 2-2 11
Justin Moore 4 2 2-2 16
Josh Carlton 8 0-0 16
Jhabari Humbert 1 0-0 2
John McCrae 3 0-0 6
Justin Gielen 1 0-0 3
Devin Richmond 2 2-2 8
Bobby Carson 1-1 1
Carsten Kolgenik 1 0-0 3
Jamel Melvin 4-4 4
Paul Smith 4 0-0 8
Mark Anthony-Fidelis 3 3-3 9
Player 2pt FG 3pt FG FTM-A Reb Ast Blk Pts
Neeko Scurlock 1 0-0 3
Jamal Muhammad 2 2 0-0 10
Noah Campbell 1 3 0-0 11
Jibril Muhammad 1 1-2 3
Thomas Nynäs 1 1 0-0 5
Derrick Dixon 1 5 1-2 18
Jahi Benjamin 1 0-0 3
Boys Basketball in the news

Madison knocks off West Potomac, will face W.T. Woodson for 6A North region title

The balanced Warhawks take down the Conference 7 champs to set up a region final matchup with the Cavaliers, who top Herndon.
Jacob Bogage ·
February 25, 2017

Chuck Driesell, 744 NCAA wins short of his dad, is loving life coaching Maret

Division I jobs in his wake, son of Maryland legend is enjoying coaching and teaching at D.C. private school.
John Feinstein ·
February 25, 2017

Virginia Academy pulls an inside job to beat Christ Chapel for NVIAC title

The duo of Ejike Obinna and Qudus Wahab took control of the paint to lead the Patriots to a 66-57 victory over the Lions.
Jacob Bogage ·
February 24, 2017

Boys’ basketball: Potomac beats Potomac Falls in Virginia 5A North region semifinals

Defending state champions survive a scare, move on to Virginia 5A North region final against Albemarle.
February 24, 2017

Potomac turns tables in second half on Potomac Falls

Defending state champions survive a scare, move on to Virginia 5A North region final against Albemarle.
Dillon Mullan ·
February 24, 2017

Gonzaga guard Chris Lykes — all 5 feet 8 of him — is the biggest playmaker in D.C.

The Miami signee is the Eagles’ all-time leading scorer and a source of nightmares for opposing WCAC defenses.
Jacob Bogage ·
February 24, 2017

Last-second putback sends Herndon past Lake Braddock, into the state tournament

Joel Varone’s bucket at the buzzer secures the Hornets’ region semifinal berth in a 79-77 nail-biter.
Jacob Bogage ·
February 23, 2017

Wilson boys win first title since 1984; Mya Moye leads Anacostia past Bell

Ayinde Hikim and a tough defense led the Tigers past Theodore Roosevelt; Moye and Zykia Leonard combined for 12 three-pointers and eight steals to lead Indians to title
Eric Goldwein ·
February 24, 2017

Wilson boys basketball trounces Theodore Roosevelt to win DCIAA title

The Tigers roughed up the Rough Riders to earn their first DCIAA championship since 1984.
February 23, 2017

Wise boys top Douglass, Eleanor Roosevelt girls power past Gwynn Park for county titles

Pumas stay a perfect 18-0 with Prince George’s County crown, while Raiders point guard Octavia Wilson fights through illness in win.
Jesse Dougherty ·
February 23, 2017
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