# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
12 James Bankole G Sr. 5' 10"
15 Chiedu Nduka-eze C Sr. 6' 8" 215
11 Malakai Parker SG Jr. 5' 8" 156
4 Michael Young SG Sr. 5' 10" 152
10 Michael Britt PG Jr. 5' 7" 145
31 Justin Cumberbatch F Sr. 5' 10" 157
13 Justin LaRoc G Jr. 5' 7" 145
14 Edward Adigun F Sr. 5' 10" 152
44 Milos Apic SF Sr. 6' 10" 200
22 Ben Uzzell G Fr.
43 Brian Chisholm G Fr.
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Montgomery basketball notebook: Wootton boys get first playoff win since 2012; B-CC girls making noise

The Patriots need overtime to get past Clarksburg; the Barons lock down on defense in a win over Blair.
Eric Goldwein ·
February 27, 2017

Bryan Knapp’s big night powers Jewish Day over Sandy Spring for PVAC title; McLean School girls beat Oakcrest

Knapp scores 40 for the Lions, while freshman Sydney Lewis leads the Mustangs with 16.
Jesse Dougherty ·
February 26, 2017

Private school basketball notebook: After a health scare, King’s Christian keeps on winning

Eagles Coach John Somerville is still recovering from a heart attack, but his team is rolling at 14-0.
Jacob Bogage ·
January 30, 2017

Sandy Spring’s Milos Apic powers Wildebeests past McLean School

The Serbian import scores 35 to keep the team unbeaten in PVAC play.
Nick Eilerson ·
January 19, 2017

Al Thomas, legendary Maryland high school football coach, dies at 76

Former Seneca Valley, Damascus and Sherwood coach won eight state titles.
Jacob Bogage ·
December 25, 2016

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

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

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

Washington International girls, boys sweep drama-filled PVAC soccer championships

The Red Devil girls sweat out a penalty shootout with Oakcrest while the boys rally past Sandy Spring Friends for the title.
Dillon Mullan ·
November 8, 2016

Blair is ready to make a statement in a showdown with QB Michael Mbony and Sherwood

The Warriors’ dual-threat junior is adding a new element to the Warriors’ big-play offense, but the Blazers enter unbeaten and red hot.
Eric Goldwein ·
October 13, 2016