Girls' Basketball leaders
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Rank Name School Average
1 Ayonna Williams Ballou 33.2
2 Isabella Alarie National Cathedral 26.7
3 Favor Ogu Cardozo 26.6
4 Maddie McDaniel Severn School 26
5 Rebecca Lee Old Mill 24
6 Sade Fykes Washington Math/Science 22.7
7 Octavia Wilson Eleanor Roosevelt 22.3
8 Caniyia Buckner Surrattsville 22
- Kennedi Colclough Arundel 22
9 Kayla Hinderlie Edmund Burke 21.6
10 Abby Meyers Whitman 21.5
11 Victoria Reynolds Spalding 20.7
12 Jahnaya Peterson Suitland 20.6
13 Genesis Parker Stonewall Jackson 20.2
14 Kaila Charles Riverdale Baptist 20.1
15 Dami Oloyede High Point 20
16 Tiana Stewart Damascus 19.5
17 Mariah Leonard Broad Run 19.1
18 Jessica K Seton (Va.) 19
- Akunna Konkwo Bishop Ireton 19
- Alyssa Ortiz Wakefield School 19
19 Tytilayo Green Wilson 18.9
20 Indeya Sanders Herndon 18.8
21 Jada Graves Edison 18.6
- Ariana Romney Grace Brethren 18.6
22 Emily Thompson Loudoun Valley 18.3
23 Emily Marie Conroe Fairfax Home School 18.2
24 Hunter Hawkins Edmund Burke 18.1
25 Necole Hope North Point 17.9
26 Chance Graham Largo 17.8
27 Kendal Edwards Georgetown Day 17.7
- Mykea Gray National Christian 17.7
- Natalie Villaflor Loudoun County 17.7
- Octavia Hawkins Thomas Stone 17.7
- Kieche White Friendship Collegiate 17.7
- Daphne Lerner Jewish Day 17.7
28 Drew Calhoun Parkdale 17.4
29 Deja Ford St. Mary's Ryken 17.1
30 Jordan Brady Southern 17
- Dominique Newman Osbourn 17
- Ramani Wideman IDEA 17
31 Christina Adlam Park View 16.8
- Diamond McCoy H.D. Woodson 16.8
32 Chloe Roach Tuscarora 16.5
- Alexis Gordan Bowie 16.5
33 Khadijah Pearson Kennedy 16.4
34 Asisha Greene Anacostia 16.3
35 Paige Galiani Langley 16.2
36 Emma Vezzosi King's Christian 16.1
37 Tanmieka Odom Coolidge 16
Girls Basketball in the news

No. 1 National Christian girls’ basketball remains unbeaten

Eagles take down No. 3 Riverdale Baptist in front of capacity crowd
February 6, 2016

Mykea Gray goes into attack mode, as No. 1 National Christian tops No. 3 Riverdale Baptist

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | Gray finishes with 23 points as the top-ranked Eagles notch a major win over a fellow national power.
Mark Giannotto ·
February 6, 2016

Jordan Wick has a three-point plan to give Woodgrove a big win

Wick scores 20 points, all in the second half, as the Wolverines defeat Loudoun Valley, 50-39.
Dillon Mullan ·
February 6, 2016

No. 6 Old Mill starts fast and rolls past Chesapeake to remain unbeaten

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | The Patriots run their fast-break offense to perfection in a 30-point rout of their Anne Arundel County rivals.
Jacob Emert ·
February 6, 2016

Three of the nation’s top girls’ hoops teams reside in one Maryland county. This week, they play one other.

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.
Mark Giannotto ·
February 5, 2016

National Signing Day 2016: Ceremonies from D.C., Maryland and Virginia

The area’s top recruits make their national letters-of-intent official.
February 5, 2016

Chantilly survives Westfield’s second-half rally for ugly 35-33 win

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | The Chargers win the Virginia Conference 5 matchup after neither team had played in two weeks.
Gabe Hiatt ·
February 3, 2016

Gaithersburg’s Saraphina Pierre Louis balances faith and basketball; Kennedy’s Jonathan Mustamu returns

The junior forward — nicknamed “Block-a-phina” — is swatting away three shots per game and has the Trojans on a four-game winning streak.
Eric Goldwein ·
February 1, 2016

Easton twins lead Huntingtown to top of SMAC Chesapeake division

BOYS’ BASKETBALL | Brandon and Bryan Easton lead the Hurricanes in scoring and give Coach Josh Pratt options.
Gabe Hiatt ·
February 1, 2016

Loudoun notebook: Dominion boys stay fresh despite the snow; Freedom-South Riding girls keep rolling

Tommy Arthur puts his SUV to good use during Winter Storm Jonas while Carson Nizialek and the Eagles are clicking on all cylinders.
Dillon Mullan ·
February 1, 2016