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Riverdale Baptist, National Christian Academy and Forestville — three small schools in Prince George’s County — have stockpiled some of the top basketball talent in the country.

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Maryland football taps talented DeMatha senior class, which stays loyal on National Signing Day

DeMatha's nationally-rated football recruits ignored pressure and stayed loyal on National Signing Day.

National Signing Day: A look ahead at Anthony McFarland, Deon Jones and the top Class of 2017 recruits

Get familiar with some of the explosive playmakers and highly touted prospects in next year's crop of local seniors.

Wick scores 20 points, all in the second half, as the Wolverines defeat Loudoun Valley, 50-39.

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BOYS’ BASKETBALL | The senior’s up-and-under layup in the waning moments of Friday’s game lifts the No. 7 Yellow Jackets to a gritty road win in Capitol Heights.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | The Patriots run their fast-break offense to perfection in a 30-point rout of their Anne Arundel County rivals.

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Bethesda-Chevy Chase’s Tyjhai Byers grows into starting center role, commits to Morgan State

Cut from JV as a freshman, the Barons' center sprouted to 6-foot-10 and became one of the area's elite defenders.

With Syracuse offer in hand, Gonzaga RB Tyree Randolph looks to keep bucking odds

The diminutive yet dominant second-team All-Met hopes his skills, not his stature, do the talking for him on the recruit circuit.

By snagging St. John’s DE Terrell Hall, Alabama continues to bolster its pipeline to the D.C. area

Five out of the last six years, a D.C. area lineman has signed with Alabama. Four out of the last seven years, Alabama has won the national title. Coincidence?

The Loudoun Valley senior heads to New York this weekend with a chance to join the former South Lakes great as only the second American high schooler to break four minutes in the mile indoors.

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Cut from JV as a freshman, the Barons' center sprouted to 6-foot-10 and became one of the area's elite defenders.

The diminutive yet dominant second-team All-Met hopes his skills, not his stature, do the talking for him on the recruit circuit.

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Riverdale Baptist, National Christian Academy and Forestville — three small schools in Prince George’s County — have stockpiled some of the top basketball talent in the country.

The Eleanor Roosevelt transfer was recently selected to the McDonald's All-American Game.

Five out of the last six years, a D.C. area lineman has signed with Alabama. Four out of the last seven years, Alabama has won the national title. Coincidence?

DeMatha's nationally-rated football recruits ignored pressure and stayed loyal on National Signing Day.

Get familiar with some of the explosive playmakers and highly touted prospects in next year's crop of local seniors.

The crew from The PrepZone at DMVStream.com previews the Conference 8 matchup between the Raiders and Eagles.

The crew from The PrepZone at DMVStream.com previews the Capital Beltway matchup between the Crusaders and Eagles.

The Vikings finally ended their three losses rivalry, with a with over the Barons.

Four Stags signed with the Terrapins in a deep DeMatha class that also includes All-Met Defensive Player of the Year Shane Simmons (Penn State).

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