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Girls' Basketball January 5, 2017
Overall: (2-23) Conf: (0-18)
Overall: (11-11) Conf: (6-4)
1 2 3 4 Total
AC 12 10 9 4 35
TR 7 12 15 14 48
Stat Leaders
No player stats are available for this team.
Player 2pt FG 3pt FG FTM-A Reb Ast Blk Pts
Madison Jones 2 2 3-5 13
Tiyan Foster 12 1 2-4 29
Kidest Deneke 1 1-2 3
Roshawnda Gongs 1 1-2 3
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Virginia girls’ basketball region playoff previews: T.C. Williams, Herndon, Edison among the favorites

The Titans and Hornets enter the 6A North region tournament riding a wave of momentum, while the Eagles will look to defend their 5A North title.
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February 20, 2017

Howard/Anne Arundel basketball notebook: Old Mill basketball’s Terrell Bush is living out a shared childhood dream

Patriots’ do-it-all senior has been helped by good friend Ivan Anson, whose career was cut short by injuries.
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Montgomery basketball notebook: Sherwood senior Amanda Allen scores 48 in victory; Churchill boys heating up before playoffs

The Warriors’ guard erupted in Friday’s 78-75 win over Wootton; Churchill senior Brad Leventhal has emerged as a top three-point shooter.
Eric Goldwein ·
February 20, 2017

Southern Maryland basketball notebook: Undersized Calvert team has made a run to close out regular season

After a 4-6 start, the Cavaliers enter the playoffs on a 10-2 streak.
Dan Roth ·
February 21, 2017

Girls’ basketball Top 20: T.C. Williams, Georgetown Visitation, Riverdale Baptist climb into top tier

Paul VI and St. John’s hold the top spots heading into the WCAC playoffs; Herndon sneaks in after winning the Conference 5 title.
The AllMetSports Staff ·
February 20, 2017

Prince George’s basketball notebook: Largo wants to end the season with a celebration. Again.

The Lions briefly enjoyed last season’s 2A title before fixing their focus on repeating 
Jesse Dougherty ·
February 20, 2017

Indian Creek keeps battling to earn first IAAM-C girls' basketball championship

Christina McPhail scores a game-high 22 points to lead the Eagles past Garrison Forest.
Dan Roth ·
February 20, 2017

Riley Jorgenson and Madison bring the noise, take home the Virginia Conference 6 title

The Warhawks take down Hayfield while Langley's girls’ repeat as champs.
Dillon Mullan ·
February 18, 2017

West Potomac rallies to win Conference 7 final over W.T. Woodson

Khalil Williams Diggins takes tournament MVP after the No. 17 Wolverines top the No. 19 Cavaliers.
Jacob Bogage ·
February 18, 2017

West Potomac rallies to win the Conference 7 title game over W.T. Woodson

Khalil Williams Diggins takes tournament MVP after the No. 17 Wolverines top the No. 19 Cavaliers; the T.C. Williams girls roll.
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