Boys' Basketball leaders
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Rank Name School Average
1 Andres Frye McLean School 25.1
2 Daryl Mackey Jr. West Potomac 24.2
3 Quentin James Lake Braddock 23.7
4 Delrico Simms National Collegiate 23.4
5 Malik Miller Friendship Tech 23.3
6 Daniel Oladapo Bladensburg 23.1
7 Vado Morse Bullis 23
8 Kenneth Tyree Friendship Tech 22.6
9 Donovann Toatley Riverdale Baptist 22.4
10 Savion Gallion Thurgood Marshall 22.3
11 Christian Jones Annapolis 22
12 Malakai Parker Sandy Spring 21.9
13 Triston Price Seneca Valley 21.5
14 Demetrius Barnes Great Mills 21.3
15 Saddiq Bey Sidwell Friends 21.1
16 Jason Newman Potomac (Md.) 21
17 Richard Dudley Paint Branch 20.8
- GARY GRANT Thomas Stone 20.8
- Mazae Blake Seneca Valley 20.8
18 Devon Flowers Potomac School 20.4
19 Marcus Stephens Hylton 20.2
20 Jermaine Harris Rock Creek Christian 20
- Bryce Douglas Centreville 20
- Mason Green Damascus 20
21 Kenneth Riley SEED 19.9
- Jordan Gibson Stonewall Jackson 19.9
- Marquis Washington Edison 19.9
- Derrick Hopkins Woodbridge 19.9
22 Jaquan Johnson T.C. Williams 19.8
23 Alex Fitch Rock Ridge 19.7
- Antonio Marr SEED 19.7
24 Jakai Robinson National Christian 19.6
- Cameron Rucker Springbrook 19.6
25 Jason Nyamey Kennedy 19.5
26 Illjah Gregory Phelps 19.4
- Greg Rowson Robinson 19.4
27 Aminu Mohammed Carroll 19
- Wynston Tabbs St. Mary's Ryken 19
28 Samuel Tabe High Point 18.9
29 Keith Jackson Phelps 18.8
30 Qudus Wahab Flint Hill 18.6
- Nayshone Kane Oxon Hill 18.6
- Yousef Auer Washington International 18.6
31 Jordan Hairston Westfield 18.5
32 Sherwyn Devonish Wise 18.4
- Alex Sanson Whitman 18.4
- KAMAU MITCHELL Thomas Stone 18.4
33 Xavier Johnson O'Connell 18.3
34 Malik McKinney Indian Creek 17.9
- Brayden Gault Battlefield 17.9
Boys Basketball in the news

Wilson basketball coach placed on leave while DCPS investigates eligibility of players

Angelo Hernandez was named All-Met Coach of the Year this past season after Wilson won D.C. city and state championships. DCPS is investigating whether all of his players live in the school's zone.
Callie Caplan ·
May 16, 2018

Bladensburg comes up just short of Maryland 4A boys’ title in loss to Perry Hall

Bladensburg is unable to stop Perry Hall star LaQuill Hardnett, who scored 31 points in the 56-52 victory.
Jesse Dougherty ·
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

South County boys’ basketball wins first-ever Virginia state championship

Senior center Quentin Millora-Brown had 13 points, 17 rebounds and eight assists in Class 6 final win over Western Branch.
Samantha Pell ·
March 9, 2018

Wilson wins second title of the year with double-overtime DCSAA championship victory

The Tigers, who won the DCIAA championship in February, defeated St. John’s, 66-64. 
Jesse Dougherty ·
March 4, 2018

Gaithersburg boys’ basketball wins first region final since 1998, advances to state semis

Trojans come from behind to beat Bethesda-Chevy Chase, 65-61.
Kelyn Soong ·
March 3, 2018

DeMatha wins first WCAC title since 2011 with one-point victory over Gonzaga

Stags sophomore Earl Timberlake leads team with 14 points in 54-53 championship game victory.
Samantha Pell ·
February 27, 2018

‘Best league in the country’: WCAC, not local college ball, delivers D.C.’s best hoops

As many as 13 future Division I players took the court in the boys’ championship game of the WCAC, where a $10 ticket goes a long way.
Jesse Dougherty ·
February 27, 2018

Churchill hockey rolls past Oakdale, 12-1, for fourth straight MSHL title

The Bulldogs have outscored their opponents 39-2 in the past four league finals.
Dillon Mullan ·
February 27, 2018
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