Madison

The Warhawks (11-8, 8-2 AAA Liberty District) have won six straight, including two one-point victories and a 57-54 win over Fairfax on Saturday, a game Madison trailed entering the fourth quarter. Four players scored in double figures in that game, led by junior guard Johnny Ayers and senior guard Pat Moloney with 14 points apiece.

Potomac Falls

The Panthers (16-3, 10-0 Dulles District) have won four straight since their loss to Liberty on Jan. 24. Senior forward Adam Hendricks scored a team-high 13 points in wins over Heritage and Park View.

Mike Battle,

Southern Maryland Christian

When guard Rashad Mintz left Southern Maryland Christian for Coastal Christian (Va.) this summer, the Mustangs lost their leading scorer from a year ago. In what turned out to be a pretty even trade, however, they gained Battle, a 6-foot-4 senior forward. Battle -- a transfer from Coastal Christian -- leads Southern Maryland Christian in scoring (21.3 points per game), three-pointers (56) and free throw shooting (78 percent).

Paul VI Catholic

The Panthers (17-6, 11-3 Washington Catholic Athletic Conference) won four games last week, all by 13 points or more, including a 75-59 triumph over then-No. 8 O'Connell on Saturday. Senior forward Steven Proctor scored 38 points in that game and made 14 of 16 free throws.

Kino Clark, Episcopal

The senior guard scored 46 points -- including 10 of 12 free throws and six three-pointers -- in his team's 57-52 victory over Woodberry Forest and 59-52 loss to Bullis.

Darren Baker, West Potomac

The senior guard totaled 43 points, made six three-pointers and 13 of 16 free throws in the Wolverines' 67-57 win over Annandale and 59-57 loss to West Springfield.

Krizzio Washington, Marshall

The senior forward totaled 47 points in a 54-47 loss to W.T. Woodson and 66-57 win over Lee.

Senior forward Mike Battle (21.3 ppg) has been a welcome addition to Southern Maryland Christian.