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Breaking down the schedules and key players for each bracket.

The senior has added a new playmaking element to his sharpshooting game.

Fifty-two of Northern Virginia's standout seniors will take part in the all-star basketball showcase at Marshall.

Forty one local boys' and girls' basketball players earned spots on Virginia's first and second all-state teams across its six classifications.

Top seed St. John's will look to win its first WCAC boys' title since 2000 while the Oakton and Fairfax girls hope to continue their unbeaten seasons.

With two weeks left in the regular season, the Knights, South County and Tuscarora all hold top playoff seeds.

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

The Knights move up to the No. 2 spot in 4A West, while Washington-Lee rides its second-straight win into the 6A North playoff picture.

The Bruins move into tie atop the Virginia 6A North with South County while Tuscarora sits just ahead of Broad Run in the 5A North.

The Stallions are one of six Conference 7 teams in the playoff picture while Broad Run and Heritage are the area's top 5A and 4A teams.

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