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W.T. Woodson's Eric Bowles and Westfield's Tyler Scanlon lead a talented group of players taking the court this weekend in Richmond.

A list of the stories that defined the year in D.C. area high school sports in 2013-14, as chosen by the staff.

All-Met Player of the Year Melo Trimble and McDonald's all-American Isaiah Whitehead to face off in nation's longest running high school all-star hoops contest.

Loudoun Valley's Paul Rowley earns spot on 3A All-State boys' team.

Mount St. Mary's and N.C. State, which both earned a spot in the NCAA tournament's First Four, feature eight combined players from the Washington Metropolitan area.

Virginia boys' playoff hoops action continues with eight excellent quarterfinal matchups Tuesday in the 6A and 5A North regions.

Who should be No. 1?

BOYS' BASKETBALL | Senior center Trey Porter chose the Patriots over George Washington, Old Dominion and others.

LETTERS OF INTEREST | St. John's point guard Lindsay Allen describes being selected to the McDonald's all-American game as "surreal."