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There's no mercy rule in Prince George's County basketball, and there's no sign of that changing soon.

More than 25 Washington area basketball players will fill the rosters of teams in this year's NCAA women's tournament field when the action tips off in earnest Friday.

The Maryland high school football playoff race is heating up and there's plenty at stake with just two regular season games remaining.

Three of this week's game feature teams ranked in The Post Top 20, making for high stakes.

Seventeen years ago this week, Suitland earned the first playoff win in school history. The Rams have had many playoff wins since.

We break down next week's first-round playoff matchups to get you ready for the region semifinals and beyond.

With just one starter returning to their offense and defense, the 2014 state runners-up aren't counting out a repeat performance.

Northwest's aim to make another title run, the balance of power in Prince George's 4A and potential shake ups in Howard and Anne Arundel are among the key storylines to watch as practices kick off in Maryland Wednesday.

In the 57th annual senior showcase, Maryland wants to avenge last year's blowout loss to host Pennsylvania Saturday in Hershey.

Suitland forward Gerard Gray makes the most of his court time in the Prince George's County Senior All-Star Game.

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