The Big M Trotters, one of the District's more talented summer basketball squads, got 33 points from MVP Billy Robertson and beat the Baltimore All-Stars, 106-103, in overtime to win the Project Survival all-star game. Delante Taylor scored 25 and former Georgetown University player Michael Graham had 20 points and 20 rebounds to give the Trotters an extra boost.
Baltimore, led by NBA veteran Dudley Bradley's 27 points, was on the verge of winning in regulation but Graham hit a turnaround jumper from the top of the key at the buzzer . . .
Three area youths placed in track at the national AAU Junior Olympics in Syracuse, N.Y.
Veronica Harris of Washington won the 400 meters in the 15-16 age group in 58.12. Derrick Johnson of Suitland was third in the 17-18 age-group 400-meter intermediate hurdles in 54.42. Antoinette Moon of Silver Spring placed third in the 15-16-year-olds' 100 meters in 12.03.
In basketball, the Kingman Pythons of the District defeated the Gauchos of New York, 65-49, for the 13-under championship. The Pythons were led by Nii Nelson-Richards of Olney, tournament MVP, with 26 points and 14 rebounds.