Boys' Basketball leaders
Points per game
Free Throws
Rank Name School Average
1 Abdulai Bundu Largo 28.4
2 John Hussain Temple Baptist 27
3 Anthony Tarke Gaithersburg 26.3
4 Darus Maddox Patuxent 25
5 James Butler Lake Braddock 24.2
6 Matthew Frierson Chapelgate Christian 23.6
7 Jordan Howze School Without Walls 23.5
8 Charles Thomas IV River Hill 23.3
9 Camari Wilkerson Old Mill 23
10 Walter English McLean School 22.7
11 Kevin Dorsey Clinton Christian 22.6
12 Keaton Simmons Stonewall Jackson 22.5
13 DeAndre Clark Wakefield School 22.4
- James Hampton Bell 22.4
14 Christian Matthews National Christian 22.3
15 Aaron Byrd Landon 22
- D Jones Hopewell 22
16 Austin Hall Annandale 21.9
- Jerry Carter Hylton 21.9
17 Randall Broddie Potomac (Md.) 21.2
18 Michael Speight Wise 21
- Will Robinson, Jr. Oakland Mills 21
- Jordan Mchaney Anacostia 21
19 Jason Jolly Stone Bridge 20.7
20 Sammy Thomas Northern 20.5
21 Tunde Scrivner Friendship Collegiate 20.4
22 Johnathan Savoy Washington Math/Science 20.2
23 Dominique Tham Wakefield 20.1
24 Josh Vina Annapolis Area Christian 20
- Charles Meiklejohn Annapolis 20
- Keon Butler Severn School 20
25 Luka Garza Maret 19.9
- Kavon Sclafford Fairmont Heights 19.9
- Eric Bowles W.T. Woodson 19.9
26 Justin Vargo Osbourn 19.7
- Edward Polite DuVal 19.7
- Jalen Gibbs North Point 19.7
27 Justin Route Coolidge 19.6
28 Jauvenel Leveill, Jr. Northwood 19.5
29 Jeffrey Gordon Evangel Christian 19.4
- Anthony Cowan Jr. St. John's 19.4
30 Kyle Copeland Tuscarora 19.3
31 Wanya Allen Potomac Falls 19.2
32 Kuony Deng Champe 19.1
33 Christian Williams Annapolis Area Christian 19
- Owens Severn School 19
- Adrian Jones Southern Maryland Christian 19
34 George Walker St. Albans 18.9
- Jordan Oakley La Plata 18.9
35 Isaiah Sharp Wakefield School 18.7
Boys Basketball in the news

Howard QB Casey Crawford commits to Bridgewater baseball

The starting quarterback of the 10-0 Lions has decided to stick with baseball at Bridgewater.
Gabe Hiatt ·
November 11, 2015

Early signing period arrives for top Washington area boys’ basketball recruits

College basketball’s early signing period begins Wednesday, and more than a dozen Washington area boys’ basketball players are already committed to a Division-I school.
Mark Giannotto ·
November 10, 2015

Loaded with Division-I recruits, Forestville girls’ basketball aims high after state title run

Kiara Smith, Tyasia Moore and Noo Washington have the Knights thinking big as they try to defend their Maryland 1A state title.
Eric Goldwein ·
November 6, 2015

Coolidge boys’ basketball Coach Vaughn Jones dismissed following DCPS investigation

The former DeMatha and George Washington star led the Colts to a 176-59 record over eight seasons but has been let go amid a player eligibility investigation.
Mark Giannotto ·
November 6, 2015

Former Coolidge basketball standout Justin Route ruled ineligible to play in D.C., enrolls at C.H. Flowers

One of the Colts’ top players a season ago, Route has exhausted his four years of eligibility, according to a DCPS investigation.
Mark Giannotto ·
October 31, 2015

Injured Landon LB Keith Simms will make a college decision ‘soon’

The Bears’ standout linebacker is weighing his offers while he’s sidelined as he recovers from a lacerated liver.
Mark Giannotto ·
October 27, 2015

IDEA basketball standouts Daryl Bones, Justin Milstead ruled eligible to play at D.C. public charter school

The top two scorers on the charter league champions had been suspended from team activities while a residency investigation was ongoing.
Mark Giannotto ·
October 26, 2015

DeMatha guard Nate Darling chooses Alabama-Birmingham basketball

The Stags senior sharpshooter and Canada native commits to the Blazers following an official visit.
Brandon Parker ·
October 19, 2015

Week 6 Friday Football Pick ‘Em: DuVal-Wise, West Potomac-West Springfield and more

Several conference foes will jockey for positioning in the standings this weekend.
Brandon Parker ·
October 9, 2015

Top basketball players from Friendship Collegiate, IDEA are subjects of residency investigation

All-Met Alani Moore, PCSAA player of the year Daryl Bones among four who could be unable to play basketball in the District this winter due to residency issues.
Mark Giannotto ·
October 9, 2015