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  • 2014 Roundball Classic: March 29 & 30, 2014 at Hub Arena
  • 2014 event will showcase over 350+ players from four states
  • 11 games on tap (8 boys / 3 girls)

 2014 Roundball Classic Recap

 

Boys Mid Atlantic Showcase

Charm City 120, Capital Area 113
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The Charm City bulit a big lead, but had to hold off a late rally by the Capital Area stars to pull out a 120-113 victory in the Boys Mid Atlantic Showcase.

Episcopal's Greg Malinowski (William & Mary) lost the game but claimed the MVP award for the Capital Stars. Malinowski was key to the Capital comeback with a game-high 22 points on 9-for-12 shooting, while dishing out six assists, pulling down four rebounds and swiping three steals.

Jordan McNeil (Mount St Joseph) led the Charm City squad with 16 points, Danny Shand (New Town) had 15 points and Zach Thomas (Oakdale) and Chancellor Barnard (Glenelg Country) chipped in with 12 points each.

Brandon Lindsay (Poly) and Trevis Buckhanon (Dunbar) pulled down seven boards each and Keandre Gibson (Dunbar) had a game-high seven assists.

Riverdale Baptist Tre Thomas added 20 points for the Capital All Stars and Roman Hall (Mt Zion Prep) had 16 points. Alexander Long grabbed seven rebounds and Cedrick McFadden (St. Andrews) had a game high five steals for the Capital.

 

                             2014 Charm City All-Stars                                                 2014 Capital Area All-Stars

MVP: Greg Malinowski-Episcopal (VA)


 

 Boys Battle of the Beltways

695 All-Stars 90, 495 All-Stars 74
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Robert Davis (Marriotts Ridge) scored a game high 18 points and was named MVP while leading the 695 All Stars from Baltimore to a 90-74 victory over the 495 All-Stars from the Washington area.

The 695 stars outscored the 495 squad 46-29 in the second half to seize the victory.

Chaz Lassiter (Edmondson) had 10 points and the Dunbar tandem of Keyshawn Hampton and Justin McNair added nine points each for the winners.

North County's Corey Martin pulled down a team high six rebounds, while Lassier dished out three assists and three steals to lead the 695 stars.

Washington Dunbar's Kenneth Beckham led the 495 All Stars with 11 points, while Micah Till (Wise) and Lonnie Feldman (Blair) added eight points each. Till also had nine rebounds, three assists and two blocks in the loss.

 

                            2014 695 All-Stars                                                           2014 495 All-Stars

MVP: Robert Davis-Marriotts Ridge (MD)

 


 

Boys DMV Elite Challenge

Metro All Stars 102, Capital Area 93
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The Metro stars trailed by ten at halftime but outscored the Suburban All Stars 58-39 in the second half to pull out a 102-93 victory in the Boys DMV Elite Challenge.

Bowie's DeJuan Smith scored a game high 17 points and drilled four three-pointers to lead the Metro team to victory and earn MVP honors.

DeWayne Owens (Ballou) added 12 points and Devin Steele (Riverdale) and Evan Joiner (Gwynn Park) recorded 11 points. Van Dunston (Douglass) had nine points and seven rebounds and three blocks in the victory.

Collin Jeffery (Dominion) led led the Suburban All Stars with 15 points, while Dante Yancey (St. Marys Ryken) had 10 points, and Tony Richardson (Dominion) had a game high 11 rebounds and three blocks. Terrell Willis (Chapelgate) led the way with four assists in the loss.

 

                 2014 Metro All-Stars                                                            2014 Suburban All-Stars

MVP: DeJuan Smith-Bowie (MD)

 


 

Boys Battle for the Piedmont Elite Game

Mason Dixon 118, Chesapeake 101
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South Lakes Clayton O'Neill scored 13 points and pulled down nine rebounds to lead the Mason Dixon All Stars to a 118-101 victory over the Chesapeake Stars in the 2014 Boys Battle for the Piedmont Elite Game.

DayJar Dickson (Potomac) and Liban Awl (Patriot) had 11 points each and Jamison Glover (Battlefield) and Pernell Adgei (John Paul the Great) had 10 points each. Glover added ten rebounds and five assists in the victory.

Devon Groves (Wilde Lake) and Aaron McDonald (Reservoir) led the Chesapeake All Stars with 15 points each and Chris Craft (Westlake) and Khari Jackson (Wilde Lake) had 11 points each. Craft also had six rebounds and Groves had four steals in the loss.

 

               2014 Mason Dixon All Stars                                                              2014 Chesapeake All Stars

MVP: Clayton O'Neill-South Lakes (VA)


 

Boys Potomac Valley Elite Game

American 127, National 74
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The American All-Stars came out firing on all cylinders and never looked back as they rolled to a 127-74 victory in the Potomac Valley Elite Game.

Hylton's Mike Hamlin scored an event-high 23 points on 7-for-11 shooting, while also dishing out five assists and grabbing five rebounds to nab the MVP award.

Damar Bess (Blair) scored 18 points and had five assists, Eric Delvison (Pikesville) had 16 points, Andrew Lindsay (Bladensburg) had 11 points, and Michael Straham (Lake Clifton) notched 10 points in the win.

Flint Hill's Will Peterson had nine rebounds and Meade's Marcus Smith had six rebounds and three steals for the American Stars.

Clarksburg's Joshua Hardy (13 pts) and Xavier Sewell (10 pts) led the way for the National squad. Sewell also pulled down 10 rebounds in the loss.

 

       2014 Potomac Valley American All Stars                                  2014 Potomac Valley National All-Stars

MVP: Mike Hamlin-C.D. Hylton (VA)


 

Boys Quad State Elite Game

National 127, National 74
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The National All-Stars scored a Roundball Classic record 128 points on Sunday in the Quad State Elite Game. Spotswood Coach Chad Edwards led his squad to an easy 128-84 victory over the Amercian All-Stars.

Tuscarora's Jordan Roach led all scorers with 18 points on 7-for-11 shooting and was named the game's MVP.

Cameron Jackson (Handley) added 16 points, Derrick Perry (Westlake) had 12 points, Nate Windham (Chesapeake) scored 10 points. Tre Brown (Handley), Dalton Gaus (Fort Hill), Isaiah Williams (Sherando), and Matthew Woods (Riverdale) scored nine points each in the big win.

Perry had 10 rebounds, Bryce Washington (Mt Vernon) had eight rebounds and Jackson pulled down seven boards. Windham had a game high five assists and Rashad Wattie (Edmondson) had three steals.

Broad Run's Khiorie Stewart led the way for American Stars with 15 points, while Spencer Hatcher (Briar Woods) had 14 points and Ryan Lam (Briar Woods) added 10 points. Hatcher also had seven rebounds in the loss.

 

         2014 Quad State American All-Stars                                 2014 Quad State National All-Stars

MVP: Jordan Roach-Tuscarora (VA)


 

 

Boys Shooting Stars Game

National 78, National 75
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The National All-Stars trailed by nine at halftime, but outscored the American squad 56-44 in the seocnd half to pull out a close 78-75 victory in the Boys Shooting Stars game.

West Potomac's Joseph Richards drilled five three-pointers and led all scorers with 19 points to claim the MVP award.

Bradley Buabeng (Meade) had 12 rebounds, K.J. Daniels (Thomas Johnson) had 10 rebounds and Jack Allsopp (Fairfax) grabbed seven boards.

North Hagerstown's Isaiah Keyes led the American All-Stars with 15 points on 6-for-9 shooting, while Joel Zola (Greencastle) had 10 points. Devonte Montgomery (Waynesboro) had nine rebounds in the loss.

  

             2014 American Shooting Stars                                          2014 National Shooting Stars

MVP: Joseph Richards-West Potomac (VA)

 


 

 

2014 Roundball Classic kicks off


It was showtime at North Hagerstown High School on Saturday as the first of two solid days of basketball took place on the Hubs’ floor in the ninth annual Buffalo Wild Wings Roundball Classic.

While there are nearly 400 players from the region taking part in the two-day, 11-game extravaganza, Saturday’s opening three games featured several Washington County seniors.

 

The Blue teams got the best of the Gray teams in the first two games.

In the girls “Civil War on the Floor” opener, the Blue rallied from a deep deficit to post a 60-48 victory.

The Gray team went on an early 16-3 run that led to a 24-12 lead. The Blue team closed the first half on a 7-0 run to cut its deficit to 26-20 at halftime, and then came out in the second half and went to work in methodical fashion.

“For it being an all-star game, I thought the girls were a bit nervous in the beginning,” said Blue coach Sam Connelly.

Behind three scores by Quince Orchard’s Babette Sanmartin, the Blue got within 34-31 and eventually tied the game at 37-all with 11:30 to play in the second half.

Clear Spring’s Samantha Staley produced one free throw for a 38-37 lead and the Blue went on to build a 44-37 lead and never looked back.

South Hagerstown’s Alexis Longfellow had four points, South’s Tajaia Tillman and Berkeley Springs’ Sarah Haynes had buckets and the Blue began to widen the gap.

“We wanted to pick up the tempo in the second half, get a little looser,” said Connelly. “We found the right combos and put it in cruise control once came back and got the lead.”

Haynes scored 11 points to lead the Blue and also had five rebounds, but it was Sanmartin who won MVP honors with nine points, six rebounds and three assists.

North Hagerstown’s Crystal McLeod led the Gray with 14 points and also had five rebounds and Taylor Johnson of Tuscarora had 12.

n In the boys game, poor shooting in the early stages left both teams scratching their heads, but once St. Maria Goretti’s Jordan Heffle warmed up, the Blue team steamed its way to a 103-64 victory.

Heffle had three quick baskets to give the Blue a 17-8 lead early in the first half, and then behind eight points each from Goretti’s Isaiah Harris-Winn and North Hagerstown’s Isaiah Keyes, the Blue built a 47-35 halftime lead.

Tuscarora’s Christian Magee had a 3-pointer, followed by a deuce and then a nifty assist to Goretti’s Uvan Stewart for a bucket to open the second half to put the Blue team up 54-35.

Highland View Academy’s Ray Fisher hit a 3 and Thomas Johnson’s Jacob Renn hit for 2 to finish the run for a 59-35 lead.

“Once we got the 10-point lead, we just went out and ran, ran, ran,” said Blue coach Burnie Clutz, of Broadfording Academy. “During practice you assess who can handle the ball, who can play the perimiter and who can go inside.”

The Blue had all of the assessments checked off as each of its 14 players got into the scorebook.

Harris-Winn won player of the game honors with 16 points, four rebounds and three assists. Heffle, who came on at the end of the regular season at Goretti, hit 7 of 8 from the floor and finished with 15 points.

Broadfording’s Moni Anderson had 12, and Magee and Keyes each had 11 points. Boonsboro’s Dylan Coulter had 11 rebounds.

“They were well-mannered young kids with good character for the time we were with them,” said Clutz.

Wiliamsport’s Cameron Cross was the only Gray player in double figures with 10 points. Teammate Sterling Christy had eight points and nine boards and South Hagerstown’s Thomas Rawlings had eight rebounds and five assists.

“There are not a lot of X’s and O’s in an all-star game,” said Gray coach Ryan Grabill of Williamsport. “The main thing is to find equal playing time and have some fun. The goal is to have fun.”

The Roundball Classic concludes Sunday with eight more games, beginning at 9:30 a.m.


 

2014 Roundball Classic Rosters
"The largest high school all-star event in the East"

Boys Mid-Atlantic Showcase
Game Time: Sunday, March 30, 6:30 PM @ North Hagerstown HS
Jerseys: Charm City-White  Capital Area-Dark
Charm City Practice: Thurs 3/27 & Friday 3/28  6:30 - 8:30 PM@ Friends School of Baltimore

 

Charm City / North School Pos Height   Capital Area / South School Pos Height
Keandre Gibson Dunbar PG 5-9   Gavin Peppers St.Stephens/St.Agnes PG 6-3
Danny Shand New Town G 5-11   Kory Holden JM Bennett PG 6-1
Malik Harris Archbishop Spalding F 6-2   Cedrick McFadden St. Andrews PG 5-11
Brandon Lindsay Poly G 6-2   A.J. Cabbagestalk Montrose Christian PG 6-1
Chancellor Barnard Glenelg Country  G 6-4   Frank Williams Laurel G 5-9
Jared Hamilton St. Frances G 6-4   Apronti Jones Riverdale Baptist G 6-3
Jaylen Adams Mount St Joseph G 5-10   Paul Rowley Loudoun Valley-VA F 6-8
Jourdan Grant Archbishop Spalding G 6-2   Cailen Walker Laurel G 6-0
Jordan McNeil Mount St. Joseph F 6-5   Greg Malinowski Episcopal-VA G 6-6
Iba Camara St.Paul's C/F 6-9   Roman Hall Mt. Zion Prep G 6-3
Isaiah Harris-Winn St. Maria Goretti G/F 6-4   Cam Gregory St.Stephens/St.Agnes F 6-8
Rysheed Corbin Patterson G 5-10   Tre Thomas Riverdale Baptist G 6-2
Sterling Christy Williamsport F 6-6   Jamal Greenwood Bullis G 6-2
Zach Thomas Oakdale F 6-6   Christian Lutete McKinley Tech-DC G 6-3
Martin Geben (injured) St. Maria Goretti F 6-9   Austin Brown Bullis F 6-5
Kwynten Brooks Patterson G 5-11   Alexander Long Riverdale Baptist F 6-8
Trevis Buckhanon Dunbar F 6-7   Andre Walker Bullis C 6-10
John Crosby Poly PG 6-3   Allen Costley Milford Mill  F 6-6
Kamau Stokes City College G 6-0          

 



Boys Battle of the Beltways Elite Game
Game Time: Sunday, March 30, 5:00 PM @ North Hagerstown HS
Jerseys: 695 All Stars-White  495 All Stars-Dark
695 All Star Practice: Wednesday, 3/26 5:30 - 7:30 @ Milford Mill Academy
495 All Star Practice: Friday 3/28 6-8 PM @ Henry Wise HS

 

695 All-Stars School Pos Height   495 All-Stars School Pos Height
Robert Davis Marriotts Ridge PG 5-10   Lonnie Feldman Blair F 6-6
Anthony Brown Milford Mill G 6-0   Kenneth Beckham Dunbar-DC G 6-0
Chaz Lassiter Edmondson PG 5-8   Davon Taylor Central G 6-1
Corey Martin North County G 6-0   Justice Sneed Wise G 6-2
Marvin Williams Oakland Mills PG 6-0   Lavonte Sanders Wise G 6-3
Koron Ford Owings Mills PG 5-8   Traevon Butler Eleanor Roosevelt G 5-11
Terray Quickley Poly F 6-4   Brandon Green Georgetown Prep G 6-3
Ian Thomas Digital Harbor F 6-5   Micah Till Wise F 6-6
Keyshawn Hampton Dunbar G 6-1   Devin Shuler C.H. Flowers G 5-11
Corey Mendez Digital Harbor G 6-3   Desmond Brogsdale Parkdale G 6-2
Justin McNair Dunbar F 6-5   Aaron Briggs Bullis G 6-0
David Jones Old Mill F 6-5   Anesu Nyawata Georgetown Prep G 5-10
Jeston Hamer St.Paul's G 6-0   Keif Williams Kennedy G 5-11
Damien Hamler New Town F 6-5   Devin Moore Wise F 6-6
Sam Shapiro Friends School F 6-3   Emmanuel Nwude Parkdale C/F 6-7
Gregory Ash Northwestern-Balt G 6-2   Quincy Winstead Eleanor Roosevelt F 6-2
Lolami Lola-Charles Milford Mill F 6-8   Sam Berlin Ad Fontes C 6-10
Jahair Jones South River F 6-6          

 


Boys DMV Elite Challenge Game
Game Time: Sunday, March 30, 8:00 PM @ North Hagerstown HS
Jerseys: Suburban All Stars-White  Metro All Stars-Dark

Suburban School Pos Height   Metro School Pos Height
Terrell Willis Chapelgate Christian G 5-11   Afolabi Oyenenyin Laurel G 5-11
Sherman Harris St. James G 6-1   Devin Steele Riverdale Baptist PG 5-10
Clay Conner Oakdale PG 5-10   DeJuan Smith Bowie G 6-3
Anthony Naylor Tuscarora G 6-2   Evan Joiner Gwynn Park G 5-10
Dante Yancey St. Mary's Ryken G 6-2   DeWayne Owens Ballou-DC G 6-3
Tony Richardson Dominion-VA F 6-7   Jared Gray Bowie PG 5-11
Nate Barrigan South County-VA G/F 6-4   Gary Stewart Central G 6-2
Uvan Stewart St. Maria Goretti G 6-1   Mike Pegram Gwynn Park G 6-1
Zack Esherick Yorktown-VA G 6-3   Kenneth Pettway Central F 6-2
Colin Jeffery Dominion-VA G 6-2   Paul Golder Laurel F 6-2
Christian James Frederick G 6-3   Van Dunson Douglass G/F 6-3
Trenton Eirich Allegany G 6-1   Jeremy Steadman Woodbridge-VA F 6-7
Nick Fullard St. Mary's Ryken C 6-10   Cedric Hines Gwynn Park G 5-9
Cameron Cross Williamsport G 6-3   Isaiah Martin Gwynn Park F 6-7
Shane Barr Long Reach G 5-11   Evonte Hill Surrattsville G/F 6-3
Trevor Stottlemyer Poolesville F 6-3   Marcavett Fowler Freedom-Woodbridge F 6-6
Chris Grandy Chapelgate Christian F 6-4   Micah Larry Riverdale Baptist F 6-4
Jarid Ryan Severn School PG 5-11          

 


 

Boys Battle for the Piedmont Elite Challenge Game
Game Time: Sunday, March 30, 3:30 PM @ North Hagerstown HS
Jerseys: Chesapeake All Stars-White  Mason Dixon All Stars-Dark
Chesapeake All Star Practice: Weds 3/26 6:30 - 8:30 PM @ Glenelg HS
**Mason Dixon All Star Practice: Friday 3/28 6:00 - 8:00 PM @ Battlefield HS (this is a new day & location)

 

Chesapeake School Pos Height   Mason-Dixon School Pos Height
Andre McFadden Hammond G 6-0   James Ezell Harrisburg-PA G 6-3
Aaron McDonald Reservoir G 6-0   Mohammed Hussin JEB Stuart-VA G 6-0
Khari Jackson Wilde Lake G 6-0   Marcus Huff Osbourn-VA G/F 6-3
Nick Pitcher LaPlata G/F 6-0   Liban Awl Patriot-VA G 6-0
Chris Craft Westlake G/F 6-4   Dorian Johnson Herndon-VA G 6-4
Devon Groves Wilde Lake G 6-0   Trevor Blondin Battlefield-VA G 6-4
Juan Brown Annapolis G 5-10   Pernell Adgei John Paul the Great-VA F 6-7
Alex Walters Southern-AA G 6-0   Shawn Burke Edmondson G 6-1
Russell Jarboe Glenelg F 6-4   Deandre Thomas Herndon-VA G 6-1
Elijah Kees Lake Clifton G 6-1   Denzel Marshall JEB Stuart-VA C/F 6-5
Justin Ballmer Atholton G 6-4   Clayton O'Neill South Lakes-VA G 6-4
Carrington Contee Southern-AA PG 5-10   DayJar Dickson Potomac F 6-7
Desi Wiseman Westlake G 5-11   Norman Barnes Stone Bridge-VA C 6-6
Raymond McLeod Great Mills G 6-1   Jamison Glover Battlefield-VA G 6-0
Jordan Battle Thomas Stone G 6-2   Tevin Dixon University-WV G 5-9
Kyle Reilly Reservoir G/F 6-5   Kent Auslander Herndon-VA F/G 6-6
Charles Carrington Great Mills F 6-6   Delontae Wingfield Herndon-VA F 6-4
David Herlihy Mount Hebron C 6-6   Scottie Core Morgantown-WV F/G 6-3

 


 

Boys Potomac Valley Elite Game
Game Time: Sunday, March 30, 2:00 PM @ North Hagerstown HS
Jerseys: American-White  National Area-Dark
American Practice: No Practice Scheduled
National Practice: Thurs 3/27 7:00 - 9:00 PM @ Clarksburg HS 

American School Pos Height   National School Pos Height
Dequan Smith Central PG 6-0   Joshua Hardy Clarksburg G 6-3
Eric Delvison Pikesville G 6-1   Xavier Sewell Clarksburg G/F 6-0
Jonathan Brown Central F 6-3   Nehemiah Jackson Rockville G 6-0
Matt Kennedy Flint Hill-VA G 6-2   Kyle Singer Urbana F 6-4
Will Peterson Flint Hill-VA F 6-5   Temoi Roper Thomas Johnson F 6-3
Damar Bess Blair G 6-1   Bryan Ingram Tuscarora G 6-0
Bryon McMillan Takoma Academy G 6-0   Kwame Frimpong Wootton F 6-5
John Whitaker Flint Hill-VA G 6-6   Andrew Witts Bethesda-CC G/F 6-1
Michael Straham Lake Clifton G 6-6   Craig Morton Poolesville F 6-2
Austin Gouldin Oakdale G 5-11   Ross Callaghan Langley-VA G 5-8
Andrew Lindsay Bladensburg F 6-4   Kaleb Stewart Bethesda-CC G/F 6-5
Mike Hamlin Hylton-VA G 6-2   Garrett Collier  Langley-VA G 6-2
Marcus Smith Meade G 6-1   Jake Seiniger Quince Orchard F 6-1
Michael Bernetti Atholton F 6-4   Brian Ball Rockville G 6-4
Chris Wallace Calvert Hall F 6-4   Devin Tiffany Urbana F 6-5
Jonathan Hoyle Oakdale G 5-10   Connor Wrightson Urbana G 6-4
Julius Simpson Oakdale F 6-4          
Stephen Brown Lake Clifton G            

 


 Boys Quad State Elite Game
Game Time: Sunday, March 30, 12:30 PM @ North Hagerstown HS
Jerseys: American-White  National Area-Dark
American Practice: Weds 3/26 6:00 - 7:30 PM @ St. Maria Goretti HS
National Practice: Tues 3/25 6:00 - 7:30 PM @ St. Maria Goretti HS 
 

American School Pos Height   National School Pos Height
Johnny Rhodes Mount Carmel G 6-2   Isaiah Williams Sherando-VA PG 5-8
Robert Bacon Oakton-VA G 6-1   Rashad Wattie Edmondson G 6-2
Kai Dalce Archbishop Spalding G 6-2   Tucker McCoy  (injured) Spotswood-VA G 5-9
Tavon Ngangum Springbrook G 6-0   Jordan Roach Tuscarora-VA G 6-2
Josh Garrett Edmondson F 6-8   Tyler Michael Fort Hill G 6-3
James Zentz Park View-VA G 5-8   Tre Brown Handley-VA PG 5-8
Brison Hopper Tuscarora G 5-6   Josh Middleton Tuscarora-VA G/F 6-0
Spencer Hatcher Briar Wood-VA G 6-2   Randy Johnson Westlake PG 5-10
Joe Daniels Damascus G 5-9   Solomon Finley Handley-VA G 6-3
Brian Cunningham Mount Carmel G 5-10   Andy Baker Poolesville G 6-1
Khiorie Stewart Broad Run-VA G 6-3   Nate Windham Chesapeake F 6-3
Ryan Lam Briar Wood-VA F 6-3   Dalton Gaus Fort Hill G 6-4
Mykel Barber Tuscarora G 5-10   Amir Atkins Hayfield-VA G 6-3
Chris Simmons Old Mill G 6-2   Bryce Washington Mount Vernon-VA F 6-1
Ryland Collier Severn School F 6-5   D'Vaughn Cosely Thomas Johnson F 6-3
Jeff Rhodes John Champe-VA F 6-5   Jeremiah Curtis Sherando-VA F/C 6-8
Jon Sims Dulaney F 6-7   Derrick Perry Westlake F 6-6
          Cameron Jackson Handley-VA F/C 6-8

 


Boys Shooting Stars Game
Game Time: Sunday, March 30, 11:00 AM @ North Hagerstown HS
Jerseys: American-White  National Area-Dark

American School Pos Height   National School Pos Height
Shaq Smith Waynesboro-PA G 5-11   Michael Tran Annandale-VA G 6-1
Joanthan King Frederick F 6-4   Kavon Witherspoon Meade PG 5-10
Seth Hoffman Waynesboro-PA G 5-10   Jontae Rollins Warren County-VA G 6-0
Connor Lulay Westminster PG 5-10   Austin Treakle West Potomac-VA PG 5-5
Joel Zola Greencastle-PA G/F 6-3   Chase Martin Walkersville G 6-2
Zach Hossler Brunswick G 5-9   Casey Stewart Warren County-VA G/F 6-2
Joe Sands Winters Mill G 6-0   Michael Kearney Berkeley Springs-WV G 6-0
Skyler Shaffer Westminster C/F 6-8   Jack Allsopp Fairfax-VA F 6-5
Drequan Johnson South Hagerstown G 6-0   Cam Butler James Wood-VA G 6-0
Dylan Coulter Boonsboro C 6-6   Nyzeir Sampson Thomas Johnson G 6-2
Jordan Heffle St. Maria Goretti G/F 6-4   Lucas Ritchie Southern Garrett G 6-2
Keith Claiborne Winters Mill G 5-10   Joseph Richards West Potomac-VA G 6-3
Bryce Nightengale Allegany F 6-4   Bradley Buabeng Meade F 6-4
Thomas Rawlings South Hagerstown F 6-3   Blake Steele Warren County-VA F 6-6
Nick Bullock Westminster F 6-4   Austin Chapline Francis Scott Key G 6-0
Will Peralta North Hagerstown F 6-3   K.J. Daniels Thomas Johnson F 6-2
Devonte Montgomery Waynesboro-PA F 6-2   Jordan Clingerman Southern Fulton-PA C 6-4
Isaiah Keyes North Hagerstown G 5-10          

 Boys Civil War on the Floor Game
Game Time: Saturday, March 29, 6:00 PM @ North Hagerstown HS
Jerseys: Blue-White  Gray-Dark

Blue All-Stars School Pos Ht   Gray All-Stars School Pos Ht
Josh McClain Thomas Johnson G 5-9   Cole Levine Williamsport F 6-0
Moni Anderson Broadfording Christian G 5-10   Hakeem Long Grace Academy G 5-8
Sean Mayberry Calvert Hall G 6-2   Jhames Ngonda Damascus G 5-8
Faris Gebril Hayfield-VA G 5-10   Patrick Davis Frederick G 5-11
Shawn Price Broadfording Christian G 6-0   Brandon Axline Brunswick G 5-7
Ray Fisher Highland View Academy PG 5-10   Jacob Brant Clear Spring G 5-10
Uvan Stewart St. Maria Goretti G 6-1   Riley Arnone Williamsport G 6-2
James Shifler Smithsburg F 6-1   Baily Mills Berkeley Springs-WV G 6-0
Christian Magee Tuscarora F 6-4   Drequan Johnson South Hagerstown G 6-0
Isaiah Keyes North Hagerstown G 5-10   Cullen Harden Chapelgate Christian F 6-5
Isaiah Harris-Winn St. Maria Goretti G/F 6-4   Sterling Christy Williamsport F 6-6
Matt Sprecher Smithsburg G 6-2   Alex Cosner Heritage Academy C 6-4
Ernest Puzaras Broadfording Christian G 5-10   Cameron Cross Williamsport G 6-3
Dylan Coulter Boonsboro C 6-6   Jordan Tosten Hancock G 5-7
Josh Miller Smithsburg G 6-1   Thomas Rawlings South Hagerstown F 6-3
Jordan Heffle St. Maria Goretti G/F 6-4   Wyatt Scriever Williamsport F 6-3
Jacob Renn Thomas Johnson G 5-11   Brandon Jackson South Hagerstown G 6-0
Will Peralta North Hagerstown F 6-3   Roy Hsu Grace Academy F 6-0

 


  

Girls Mid Atlantic Premier Game
Game Time: Saturday, March 29, 7:30 PM @ North Hagerstown HS
Jerseys: American-White  National Area-Dark
American Practice: Weds 3/26 7:30 - 9:00 PM @ St. Maria Goretti HS
National Practice: Weds 3/26 6:00 - 8:00 PM @ Riverdale Baptist School

American School Pos Height   National School Pos Height
Jenna Kaufman Damascus G 5-11   Kareema Conteh Parkdale G 5-6
Juanita Craig Seneca Valley G 5-5   Jaz Spruill Western G 5-3
Marshauna Butler (inj) Bowie F 5-10   Maiya Gibson Western G 5-8
Lauren Green Damascus F 5-9   Alysha Berry Riverdale Baptist PG 5-5
Brooke Fields Institute of Notre Dame G 5-5   Chania Ray Riverdale Baptist G 5-8
Tayler Forrester Central Dauphin-PA F 5-10   Tyaira Priest Chopticon G 5-0
Deja Carroll Digital Harbor G 5-7   Arnelle Collins Freedom-South Riding G 5-9
Chelsey Scott South Hagerstown G 5-8   April Henson South County-VA G/F 5-9
Myia Fletcher Potomac-MD G 5-6   Kenyatta Butler Archbishop Carroll PG 5-7
Shatara Parsons Central Dauphin-PA F/C 6-0   Essense Brown Coolidge-DC G 5-7
Katrice Dickson South Hagerstown G/F 5-9   Maia Lee McLean-VA F 6-2
Kelli Prange Damascus F 6-5   Chloe Jackson Riverdale Baptist G 5-8
CeaRya Brown Seneca Valley G 5-7   Samantha Spencer Parkdale G 5-4
Troniqua Black Thomas Johnson F 5-11   Tina Negoescu Frederick G 5-11
Maya Wynn McDonogh School G/F 5-11   Khaila Prather Riverdale Baptist F 6-1
Tayana Stewart South Hagerstown G 5-8   Jenna Patterson Archbishop Carroll G 5-5
Kiara Colston Paint Branch PG 5-7   Daijha Thomas Calvert F 6-3
Kristen Carter Holy Cross PG 5-6          

 


Girls Elite Game
Game Time: Saturday, March 29, 9:00 PM @ North Hagerstown HS
Jerseys: American-White  National Area-Dark
American Practice: NO PRACTICE SCHEDULED
National Practice: Weds, 3/26 7:30 - 9:00 PM @ St. Maria Goretti HS

American School Pos Height   National School Pos Height
Kristine Tennyson South Carroll G 5-8   Quencey Hickerson Harrisburg-PA G/F 5-7
Sydney White Hylton-VA G 5-7   Lisa Jing Laurel PG 5-6
Janee Harris Crossland G 5-6   Kiyana Chaney Frederick G 5-9
Asha Henley Blake G 5-4   Whitney Carmack Poolesville G 5-5
Dominque White Potomac Falls-VA G 5-2   Melanie Yeomans South Hagerstown G 5-6
Carolyn Cosey Wise PG 5-5   Alexis Longfellow South Hagerstown F 5-7
Teal Reynolds Potomac Falls-VA PG 5-9   Megan Brown Laurel F/G 5-9
Crystal McLeod North Hagerstown G 5-4   Kelli Griffith Linganore G 5-7
Nikki Levy South Carroll G 5-7   Alyssa Pumputis Westminster F 5-9
Alexis Welch Crossland G 5-7   Mary Ellis Century F 5-10
Symrin Greenhow Paint Branch F 5-9   Tajaia Tillman South Hagerstown G/F 5-9
Uniqek Miller Crossland G 5-6   Alex Mowder Century G/F 5-8
Brittany Brown Richard Montgomery F/C 5-9   Rachel Wormack Allegany C 5-10
Rachel VanderKolk Severna Park F 6-0   Zaria Comer Tuscarora-VA C 6-0
Halle Lynch Woodgrove-VA G 5-7   Brittany Beckwith Quince Orchard F 5-11
Jade Boone Grace Academy G 5-7          

 


 Girls Civil War on the Floor Game
Game Time: Saturday, March 29, 4:30 PM @ North Hagerstown HS
Jerseys: Blue-White  Gray Area-Dark
Blue Practice: Tues 3/25 7:30 - 9:00 PM @ St. Maria Goretti HS
Gray Practice: Tues 3/25 @ Williamsport HS (time to be announced)

BLUE School Pos Ht   GRAY School Pos Ht
Olivia Nowlin Glenelg G 5-5   Heather Groves Grace Academy F 5-6
Andi Zellman St. Maria Goretti F 5-7   Katie O'Bryan North Hagerstown G 5-2
Chelsey Scott South Hagerstown G 5-8   Samiyah Williams North Hagerstown G 5-4
Melanie Yeomans South Hagerstown G 5-6   Natasja Hirabaysshi Urbana G 5-8
Alexis Longfellow South Hagerstown F 5-7   Kayla Peterson (Inj) North Hagerstown F 5-10
Kara McKinley Hancock G/F 5-9   Allie Cox Grace Academy G 5-4
Holly Reynard Clear Spring G 5-5   Crystal McLeod North Hagerstown G 5-4
Sam Staley Clear Spring F 5-9   Jade Boone Grace Academy G 5-6
Claudia Jenkins Boonsboro G 5-7   Karli Grimes Williamsport F 5-8
Cheyenne Carbaugh James Buchanan-PA F 5-7   Shelly Trumpower North Hagerstown G 5-6
Babette Sanmartin Quince Orchard F 5-10   Taylor Johnson Tuscarora G/F 5-10
Ally Forejt Glenelg G 5-9   Lyric Forney Tuscarora G 5-10
Sarah Haynes Berkeley Springs-WV G 5-10   Erin Palmer Williamsport PG 5-4
Tajaia Tillman South Hagerstown G/F 5-9   Meredith Holley Urbana F 5-10
Jordan Bingaman Boonsboro F 6-0   Chaslyn Derexson Walkersville G 5-7

 


 

 

 

 

 

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Event News
Hagerstown Herald-Mail Article
The ultramarathon of prep all-star basketball is set to hit the hardwood at North Hagerstown High School on March 29-30 with the Buffalo Wild Wings Roundball Classic.

Organizer Dave Foltz has returned to the two-day affair which will feature 11 games, with 358 players from four states and Washington, D.C., heading into Hagerstown.

 

 

“I can’t find one bigger on the East Coast. It’s now the largest high school all-star basketball event,” said Foltz.

 

The first day will have four games. Washington County athletes will be part of the Civil War on the Floor contests, with the girls playing at 4:30 p.m., followed by the boys at 6.

 

On Sunday, Washington County stars will open the festivities in the Boys Shooting Stars game at 11 a.m.

 

In Saturday’s girls Mid-Atlantic Showcase at 7:30 p.m., there are 17 players heading to Division I schools. In Sunday’s Mid-Atlantic Showcase at 6:30 p.m., 14 boys going to Division I programs will be in the lineup.

 

Proceeds from the event will benefit the Avery Snyder Memorial fund and additional youth organizations in the area. Saturday’s admission for four games is $7, and Sunday’s admission is $10 for all seven games.

 

The full schedule:

 

March 29: Girls Civil War on the Floor, 4:30 p.m.; Boys Civil War on the Floor, 6; Girls Mid-Atlantic Showcase, 7:30; Girls Elite, 9.

 

March 30: Boys Shooting Stars, 11 a.m.; Boys Four-State Elite, 12:30 p.m.; Boys Potomac Valley Elite, 2; Boys Battle for the Piedmont, 3:30; Boys Battle of the Beltway, 5; Boys Mid-Atlantic Showcase, 6:30; Boys DMV Elite, 8



All-Star Coaches Selected for 2014 Roundball Classic
22 all-star coaches have been selected for the 2014 Buffalo Wild Wings Roundball Classic. Below is the list.
BOYS
Al Holley-Friends School (MD)
Torrence Oxendine-Laurel HS (MD)
Mike Silverman-Milford Mill Academy (MD)
Rob Garner-Henry Wise Jr. HS (MD)
Jay McMillian-Glenelg HS (MD)
Gary Hall-Herndon HS (VA)
Jay Geyer-Dominion HS (VA)
Mike Glick-Gwynn Park HS (MD)
Jeff Starr-Arundel HS (MD)
G.J. Kissal-Clarksburg (MD)
John Costello-Broad Run HS (VA)
Chad Edwards-Spotswood HS (VA)
Vernon Matthews-Warren County HS (VA)
John Taylor-North Hagerstown HS (MD)
Burnie Clutz-Broadfording Christian Academy (MD)
Ryan Grabill-Williamsport HS (MD)
GIRLS
Sam Caldwell-Riverdale Baptist School (MD)
Nate Naylor-South Hagerstown HS (MD)
Selina Smith-Crossland HS (MD)
Thomas Gochenauer-New Oxford HS (PA)
Kevin Murphy-Williamsport HS (MD)
Sam Connelly-Boonsboro HS (MD)


2014 Buffalo Wild Wings Roundball Classic schedule @ Hub Arena

Saturday, March 29
4:30 PM: Girls Civil War on the Floor (North vs South)
6:00 PM: Boys Civil War on the Floor (North vs South)
7:30 PM: Girls Mid-Atlantic Premier Game (American vs National)
9:00 PM: Girls Elite Game (American vs National)

Sunday, March 30
11:00 AM: Boys Shooting Stars Game (American vs National)
12:30 PM: Boys Four-State Elite Game (American vs National)
2:00 PM: Boys Potomac Valley Elite (American vs National)
Challenge Series All-Star Games:
3:30 PM: Boys Battle for the Piedmont Elite Game (Chesapeake vs Mason Dixon)
5:00 PM: Boys Battle of the Beltways Elite Game (695 All-Stars vs 495 All-Stars)
6:30 PM: Boys Mid-Atlantic Showcase (North/Charm City vs South/Capitol Area)
8:00 PM: Boys DMV Elite Challenge (Suburban vs Metro)


 

NOMINATE A PLAYER

To nominate a player for the 2014 Roundball Classic All-Star Showcase:

Email director Dave Foltz:  foltzie@aol.com

Please include:
1. Players Name
2. School
3. Height / Weight

4. Position(s)
5. Current Stats
6. Contact Info (email and phone number)
7. Coach Contact Info (email only)


 

  

Boys Mid Atlantic Showcase

Charm City 126, Capital Area 100

Hagerstown, Md.----The Charm City All-Stars rolled past the Capital Area stars 126-100 in the Boys Mid-Atlantic Showcase.

Charm City's Daxter Miles (Dunbar) scored 15 points, had five rebounds, three steals, and two assists and was named MVP.

Warren Powers (Glenelg Country) had 14 points and six rebounds and Dre Wills (Mercersburg) scored 14 points and dished our four assists. Mitch Cross (Loyola) and Rodeny Elliott (John Carroll) also reached double-figures for the Charm City squad---scoring 11 points each.

Riverdale Baptist's Nigel Johnson led the Capital Stars with 17 points, Khary Doby (Riverdale) had 15 points, and Billah Abdul-Jalaal (Georgetown Prep) scored 12 points and had a team high nine rebounds in the loss.


MVP:
Daxter Miles-Dunbar

 

   

CHARM CITY SCHOOL Points Assists Rebs Steals Blocks   CAPITAL AREA SCHOOL Points Assists Rebs Steals Blocks
Mitch Cross Loyola Blakefield 11 1 1 0 0   Anthony Thompson Bullis 4 1 1 0 0
Rodney Elliott John Carroll 11 0 1 1 0   Ronald Whitaker Riverdale Baptist 6 1 1 1 0
Corey Groom Mount Carmel 4 1 1 2 0   Billah Abdul-Jalaal Georgetown Prep 12 0 9 0 1
Tyrus Fleetwood St. Maria Goretti 8 1 3 1 0   Kofi Andoh C.H. Flowers 4 0 1 3 0
B.J Andrews McDonough 8 0 5 1 0   Andrew Calomeris Good Counsel 11 1 3 3 0
Brandon Jones Friends School 8 1 2 1 0   Robert Tyler Riverdale Baptist 1 1 2 0 0
Bruce Watkins Milford Mill 9 2 1 2 0   Nigel Johnson Riverdale Baptist 17 0 2 1 1
Daxter Miles Dunbar 15 2 5 3 0   Lamell Washington Tuscarora 8 1 1 1 0
Wesley Blackwell Calvert Hall 4 0 0 1 0   Tommy Stepka W.T. Woodson-VA 7 0 2 0 0
Drew Wills  Mercersburg Acad 14 4 4 0 1   J.R. Washington S.Jackson-VA 6 3 3 2 0
Warren Powers Glenelg Country 14 1 6 0 0   Lloyd Howell St. Albans-DC 4 0 0 0 0
Jeff Holland St. Vincent Pallotti 9 0 3 0 0   Michael Wolfe Georgetown Prep 4 0 2 0 0
Lavon Long Oakland Mills 4 1 6 0 1   N.Enechionyia St. James 2 0 1 0 0
Gavin McTavish South Carroll 6 1 2 0 0   Raeese Hunt Riverdale Baptist 1 0 2 0 0
  Totals 125 15 40 12 2   Khary Doby Riverdale Baptist 15 0 3 2 1
                  Totals 102 8 33 13 3

 


 

 

Boys DMV Elite Game

Suburban All-Stars 125, Metro All-Stars 108

Hagerstown, Md.---The Suburban All-Stars fell behind by 17 points in the first half, then stormed back and outscored the Metro All-Stars 99-65 the rest of the way en route to a 125-108 victory in the DMV Elite Game.

Devon King scored 11 points, pulled down 11 rebounds, and had three steals and was named the DMV Elite Game MVP.

Justin Hampton (South County) led the Suburban stars with 14 points, C.J. Hill (Westfield) had 12 points, Thomas Utt (Urbana) had 10 points for the Suburban stars.

Nick Johnson (Williamsport) had eight rebounds, Kenny McCrary (North Hagerstown) snatched seven boards, Rze Culbreath (Millbrook) had six assists and three steals and Josh Grimard (Loudoun Valley) had five boards and three blocks in the victory.

In a losing effort Aaron Brown (Laurel) tied a Roundball Classic record with 29 points, while Calvin Lovitt (Central) added 17 points.

MVP: Devon King-South Hagerstown

       

SUBURBAN SCHOOL Points Assists Rebs Steals Blocks   METRO SCHOOL Points Assists Rebs Steals Blocks
Justin Hampton South County-VA 14 2 1 0 0   Jordan Radway Paint Branch 7 1 2 0 0
Ryan Crabtree Williamsport 5 2 2 1 0   Magic Harris Oxon Hill 6 1 0 1 0
Marcus Hayes Middleburg Acad-VA 8 4 0 0 0   S.Epps-Walker Douglass 9 0 3 1 0
Rze Culbreath Millbrook-VA 5 6 4 3 0   Tristan Toliver Paint Branch 2 0 1 1 0
DeLante Victory Frdericksbrg Ch. 7 3 0 0 1   Calvin Lovitt Central 17 0 1 0 0
Josh Grimard Loudoun Valley-VA 9 3 4 0 3   Jalen Harris Gwynn Park 0 1 1 1 0
C.J. Hill Westfield-VA 12 2 2 0 0   Tre Galloway Paint Branch 6 0 0 0 0
Aaron Alexander Frdericksbrg Ch. 9 2 0 1 0   Marquis Roberson Surrattsville 4 0 1 0 0
Kenny McCrary North Hagerstown 8 1 7 0 0   Marcus Murray Kennedy 4 2 1 0 0
Jake Ryan Briar Woods-VA 7 0 2 0 0   Aaron Brown Laurel 29 0 1 2 0
Devin Morrow West Potomac-VA 9 0 6 0 0   Tai Marshall Laurel 6 0 4 0 1
Aaron Miller Sherando-VA 9 0 0 0 0   Emmanuel Matey Elenanor Roosevelt 7 2 2 1 0
Nick Johnson Williamsport 2 2 8 0 0   Jalen Robinson Bowie 6 0 2 0 0
Devon King South Hagerstown 11 1 11 2 1   Alex Ackhel Bazil Gwynn Park 4 0 4 1 2
Thomas Utt Urbana 10 1 5 1 1   John Wilburn Gwynn Park 1 0 3 0 1
  Totals 125 29 52 8 6     Totals 108 7 26 8 4

 

 

2013 Boys Border War Elite Game

Chesapeake All-Stars 103, Mason Dixon All-Stars 86

Hagerstown, Md.---Jermaine Hunter (Calvert) scored 13 points, had 11 rebounds, three steals, and three assists to lead the Chesapeake All-Stars to a 103-86 victory in the Border War Elite Challenge. Hunter was named MVP for the Chesapeake stars.

Alex Sotomayor (Watkins Mill) led all scorers with 15 points and had four steals, Eric Lindsey (Southern-AA) had 14 points, and Brian Sydnor (Chantilly) and Nick Ellison (Westminster) had 10 points. Ellison also had 10 rebounds in the win.

State College's Bryan Sekunda led the Mason Dixon All-Stars with 13 points, Steven Stoney (Harrisburg) had 12 points and 10 rebounds, Shaquan Sheppard (Harrisburg) added 10 points, and Brandon Puffenbarger had six rebounds in the loss.

MVP: Jermaine Hunter-Calvert (MD)

       

CHESAPEAKE SCHOOL Points Assists Rebs Steals Blocks   MASON DIXON SCHOOL Points Assists Rebs Steals Blocks
Charles Clark Westlake 4 2 3 2 0   Zach Faulkner Greencastle-PA 8 1 3 0 0
Phillip Jackson Westlake 0 1 2 2 0   Brandon Pressley West Potomac-VA 1 0 1 0 0
Alex Sotomayor Watkins Mill 15 3 1 4 0   Jerel Patterson Harrisburg-PA 3 0 0 1 0
Omari Ringgold Centennial 4 1 4 0 0   Steven Stoney Harrisburg-PA 12 3 10 2 0
Delazso Smith Annapolis 7 3 3 1 0   Brian Laird Central Dauphin-PA 3 2 0 0 0
Brian Green Long Reach 5 0 3 0 0   Ryan Grant St. Maria Goretti 3 3 1 1 0
Collin Randle Glenelg 5 2 4 0 0   Xavier Freeman South Hagerstown 2 0 3 2 0
Eric Lindsey Southern-AA 14 1 3 0 0   Marcus Scott St. Vincent Pallotti 8 0 3 0 0
Jermaine Hunter Calvert 13 3 11 3 0   Shaquan Sheppard Harrisburg-PA 10 1 1 0 0
Datavious Thomas Calvert 5 0 0 1 1   Michael Hill South Hagerstown 9 0 2 0 0
Brian Sydnor Chantilly-VA 10 0 4 0 0   Josh Clippinger Carlisle-PA 2 0 2 0 2
Walt Moody River Hill 2 0 4 1 2   Forrest Buterbaugh St. Maria Goretti 0 0 3 0 1
Ryan Hill Arundel 2 0 3 0 0   Bryan Sekunda State College-PA 13 0 4 1 0
Nick Ellison Westminster 10 1 10 1 1   Jerome Evans Carlisle-PA 3 0 1 1 1
Timi Tinuoye Centennial 7 0 0 0 0   Drew Knowles Susquenita-PA 7 0 1 2 2
  Totals 103 17 55 15 4   B.Puffenbarger Greencastle-PA 2 0 6 0 0
                  Totals 86 10 41 10 6

 

Girls Mid Atlantic Premier Game

American All-Stars 75, National All-Stars 60

Hagerstown, Md.---In a physical game that saw 52 fouls called, the Amercian All-Stars used a strong second half to claim a 75-60 victory over the National All-Stars in the Girls Mid-Atlantic Premier Game.

VCU-bound Camille Calhoun (Archbishop Spalding) only scored six points, but pulled down a game high 14 rebounds, dished out four assists, and had two blocks and was named MVP.

Torri Chestnut led the Americans with 10 points, Kelly Loftus (Mount Vernon) had eight points and six rebounds, Briana Oliver (Arundel) added eight points, and Tiffany Webster (Mount Vernon), Kierra McKellery (Arundel), and Tiffany McKinney (South River) had five rebounds each.

Brittani Burgess (St. Mary's Ryken) had 10 points and four assists, Maya Singleton (Riverdale Baptist) had 10 points and five rebounds, Stephanie Purnell (Woodgrove) had seven rebounds, and Jasmine Baily (St.John's College) pulled down six rebounds in the loss.

MVP: Camille Calhoun-Archbishop Spalding

      

AMERICAN SCHOOL Points Assists Rebs Steals Blocks   NATIONAL SCHOOL Points Assists Rebs Steals Blocks
Taylor Dunham Mount Vernon-VA 4 3 0 0 0   Marissa Somerville St. Mary's Ryken 0 0 4 0 0
Bre Bolden South River 3 0 3 1 1   Jasmine Weems Calvert 2 1 0 2 0
Kelly Loftus Mount Vernon-VA 8 0 6 0 0   Jazmin Faulkner Eleanor Roosevelt 3 1 1 0 0
Sierra Clark Spalding 2 0 2 1 0   Daria Simmons Eleanor Roosevelt 3 1 2 1 1
Tiffany Webster Mount Vernon-VA 5 0 5 1 0   Jasmin Grimes Bishop McNamara 3 0 4 1 0
Ke'la Ballard Arundel 7 1 1 0 0   Dazia Hall Bullis 4 0 3 1 0
MiQueara Lewis Digital Harbor 6 1 3 1 1   Brittani Burgess St. Mary's Ryken 10 4 4 0 0
Torri Chestnut Spalding 10 0 3 2 0   Alexis Smith Calvert 9 0 2 0 1
Jaida Scarborough Digital Harbor 2 2 2 0 0   Jasmin Dancy Springbrook 0 0 1 0 0
Tiffany McKinney South River 4 0 5 1 0   Maya Singleton Riverdale Baptist 10 0 5 2 1
Bri'ana Oliver Arundel 8 1 0 0 0   Malika Wright Riverdale Baptist 3 0 2 0 0
Daja Belt St. Frances 3 0 0 0 0   Sarah Hardison Woodgrove-VA 4 1 3 1 0
Tori Morris Bishop O'Connell-VA 2 0 2 4 0   Jasmine Bailey St. John's-DC 7 0 6 3 0
Camille Calhoun Spalding 6 4 14 0 2   Stephanie Purnell Woodgrove-VA 2 0 7 1 1
Kierra McKellery Arundel 5 0 5 0 0   Christine Hagan St. John's CP 0 0 4 1 0
  Totals 75 12 51 11 4     Totals 60 8 48 13 4


 


 

Boys Potomac Valley Elite Game

American All-Stars 94, National All-Stars 88

Hagerstown, Md.---Annandale's Sanar Shamdeen led all scorers with 17 points and was named MVP in the Amercian All-Stars 94-88 victory over the National All-Stars in the Boys Potomac Valley Elite Game.

Xavier Colbert (Liberty-VA) had 15 points and Max Bell (Francis Scott Key) and Justin Spencer (Frederick) pulled down seven rebounds in the win for the American stars.

Tuscarora's Kwa McDonald led the National All-Stars with a solid all-around game, scoring eight points, dishing eight assists, and grabbing eight rebounds. Terrell Walker (Battlefield) had 11 points, Seth Myers (Linganore) added 10 points, Winton Lyle (Bullis) had six rebounds, and Stephen Sheppard (Middleburg Academy) had five boards in the loss.

 

MVP: Sanar Shamdeen-Annandale (VA)

   

AMERICAN SCHOOL Points Assists Rebs Steals Blocks   NATIONAL SCHOOL Points Assists Rebs Steals Blocks
Tyler Alcid South Carroll 2 1 0 1 0   Carney Bernard Tuscarora 7 1 3 0 0
Sanar Shamdeen Annadale-VA 17 1 1 0 0   Terrell Walker Battlefield-VA 11 0 4 0 1
Nasser Smith Manassas Park-VA 2 1 1 0 0   Stephen Sheppard Middleburg Acd-VA 9 0 5 1 1
Jerrod Reed Flint Hill-VA 2 0 3 0 0   Marquis Powell Riverdale Baptist 4 2 1 1 0
Brandon Loiocono Sherwood 6 1 4 1 0   Kendle Pitts Thomas Johnson 5 2 0 1 0
Donavan Jordan Woodbridge-VA 2 2 5 0 0   Roman Hall Battlefield-VA 8 1 0 2 0
Daquan Harris Pikesville 4 1 2 0 0   Winton Lyle Bullis 4 1 6 1 1
Dylan Gaither Highland-VA 6 1 1 1 0   Cameron Thurston Parkdale 0 2 1 0 2
Kris Myers Francis Scott Key 2 0 1 0 0   John Bush Oakdale 6 0 2 0 0
Blake Straitman Francis Scott Key 2 1 4 0 0   Joe Findly Tuscarora 2 0 0 1 1
Xavier Colbert Liberty-VA 15 0 4 0 0   Drew Henry Middleburg Acad-VA 1 2 2 0 0
Jerrin Ball Old Mill 4 1 1 1 0   Kwa McDonald Tuscarora 8 7 8 0 0
Darren Hawkins Freedom-S.Riding-VA 5 0 4 1 0   Justin Grant McKinley Tech-DC 7 0 4 0 0
Chris Tan Century 4 2 2 0 0   Seth Myers Linganore 10 0 2 0 2
Denzel Cole Martinsburg-WV 6 0 1 0 0   Kevin Heine Oakdale 6 0 0 0 0
Justin Spencer Frederick 9 0 7 0 0     Totals 88 18 38 7 8
Max Bell Francis Scott Key 6 0 7 0 0                
  Totals 94 12 48 5 0                

 


 

Girls Elite Game

American All-Stars 74, National All-Stars 64

Hagerstown, Md.---The Amercian All-Stars held off the National All-Stars in the Girls Elite Game, 74-64, at North Hagerstown High School on Saturday afternoon.

Caitlin McLister (Middletown) edged two others for MVP honors by scoring 10 points, pulling three rebounds, and swiping three steals in the win.

Middletown's Brittany George had 10 points and three rebounds, Tisa Mullins (Middletown) had nine points, Tiffany Bowman (Boonsboro) had eight rebounds, and Maggie Murray (St.Maria Goretti) added four rebounds and three assists for the American stars.

Erica Buls (Oakdale) led the National All-Stars with 15 points and five rebounds, Victoria Key (Williamsport) nailed three 3-pointers and finished with 11 points, Deijah Johnson (South Hagerstown) added 10 points.

MVP: Caitlin McLister-Middletown

  

AMERICAN SCHOOL Points Assists Rebs Steals Blocks   NATIONAL SCHOOL Points Assists Rebs Steals Blocks
Courtney Landis Allegany 4 1 2 1 0   Danielle Medovich Walkersville 2 2 0 0 0
Ellen Bair Gettysburg-PA 3 2 1 0 0   Courtney Davis Frederick 6 1 4 1 0
Claudia Lohr Urbana 1 2 1 0 0   Cidney McFarland North Carroll 4 1 1 1 0
Samie Abernethy Urbana 5 0 1 0 2   Dejiah Johnson South Hagerstown 10 2 2 1 0
Jae'Shon Swann Thomas Johnson 7 1 2 2 0   Shelly Lister North Carroll 0 0 4 0 0
Bailey Griffin Thomas Johnson 5 0 0 2 1   Jen Nguyen Frederick 0 1 1 3 0
Breana Smart Heritage-VA 5 0 3 0 0   Victoria Key Williamsport 11 1 0 0 0
Brittney Williams Park View-VA 4 0 2 0 1   Brianna Moses Herndon-VA 7 0 5 1 1
Brittney George Middletown 10 1 3 0 0   Brianna Nolen Walkersville 3 0 1 0 0
Caitlin McLister Middletown 10 1 3 3 1   Gabrielle Smallwood Francis Scott Key 0 0 1 0 0
Tisa Mullins Middletown 9 0 1 0 0   Jessica Burke Linganore 6 0 3 1 1
Tiffany Bowman Boonsboro 0 1 8 2 1   Jamie Clark Century 0 0 0 0 0
Kristyn Davis Boonsboro 3 0 1 0 0   Taylor McGaughey Oakdale 0 2 1 0 0
Maggie Murray St. Maria Goretti 2 3 4 1 0   Erica Buls Oakdale 15 1 5 0 1
Jessica Lam East Rockingham-VA 6 1 2 0 0     Totals 64 11 28 8 3
Shannon O'Brien Boonsboro 1 0 2 0 0                
  Totals 75 13 36 11 6                

 


 

 

 

Boys Shooting Stars

American All-Stars 100, National All-Stars 73

Hagerstown, Md.----The American All-Stars jumped out of the gate and cruised to an easy 100-73 victory over the National All-Stars in the Shooting Stars game in the 2013 Buffalo Wild Wings Roundball Classic.

Freedom-Woodbridge's Devin Milton led the Amercian stars with 20 points and was named the game's MVP.

Connor Brown (New Life) scored 17 points, Elliot Gambrell and Josh Ogburn added 11 points each, Mo Sallah (Broadfording) scored nine points and had a game high 10 rebounds, and Max Ober (North Hagerstown) had four assists in the victory.

Joel Peebles (Pallotti) had a game-high 21 points and led the National stars with three assists, six rebounds, and four steals in the loss.

MVP: Devin Milton-Freedom-Woodbridge (VA)

   

AMERICAN SCHOOL Points Assists Rebs Steals Blocks   NATIONAL SCHOOL Points Assists Rebs Steals Blocks
Tanner Ruths Sherando-VA 2 0 1 3 0   Isaiah Colclough Landon 4 1 4 1 1
Cobi King Smithsburg 7 1 3 2 0   Rase Burke Liberty 2 0 0 0 1
Connor Brown New Life 17 0 3 2 1   Jonah Meredith Frederick 3 0 0 0 0
Devin Milton Freedom-VA 20 2 3 2 0   Joel Pebbles St. Vincent Pallotti 21 3 4 4 0
Max Ober North Hagerstown 7 4 4 1 0   Dallas Darling Brunswick 4 1 1 1 0
Elliot Gambrell Northwest 11 3 3 3 0   Ryan Aaron Clear Spring 6 2 3 0 0
Brady Shaper St. Maria Goretti 4 1 2 1 1   Demitrious Royster Walkersville 2 1 2 0 1
Collin Turner Poolesville 5 1 5 1 0   Alex Levine Frederick 7 1 1 0 0
Josh Ogburn Einstien 11 0 4 1 1   Travis Bush Fort Hill 8 0 5 0 0
Kevin Gibson Smithsburg 5 1 2 0 0   Jordan Preston St. Vincent Pallotti 3 0 5 0 0
Mawdo Sallah Broadfording Chrt. 9 0 10 1 5   James Bennett Waynesboro-PA 2 0 1 0 0
Ben Seibert Williamsport 2 0 1 0 1   Chad Yard Walkersville 8 1 6 2 0
  Totals 100 13 41 17 9   Rashard Budd Damascus 3 0 3 0 0
                  Totals 73 10 35 8 3

 

 

2013 Roundball Classic Rosters

Boys Mid-Atlantic Showcase
Charm City Practice:
Weds & Fri at Friends School (Baltimore, MD) 6-8 PM
Capital Area Practice: Tues at Georgetown Prep 7-9 PM
Game:
Sat March 30 at North Hagerstown HS; tip 7:00 PM
Jerseys:
Charm City (WHITE)   Capital Area (DARK)

CHARM CITY  SCHOOL POS HT   CAPITAL AREA SCHOOL POS HT
Mitch Cross Loyola Blakefield G 6-2   Anthony Thompson Bullis PG 5-9
Rodney Elliott John Carroll G 6-1   Ronald Whitaker Riverdale Baptist F 6-6
Corey Groom Mount Carmel PG 5-11   Billah Abdul-Jalaal Georgetown Prep G 5-10
Tyrus Fleetwood St. Maria Goretti PG 6-1   Michael Sniezek St. Albans-DC G 6-0
B.J Andrews McDonough G 6-4   Kofi Andoh C.H. Flowers G 6-3
Tiwian Kendley Elenanor Roosevelt G 6-5   Andrew Calomeris Good Counsel G 6-3
Trevor Evans Elenanor Roosevelt G 6-0   Robert Tyler Riverdale Baptist G 6-2
Brandon Jones Friends School G 5-10   Nigel Johnson Riverdale Baptist PG 6-1
Bruce Watkins Milford Mill G 5-10   Lamell Washington Tuscarora F 6-5
Eduardo Poli Mount Carmel F 6-5   Tommy Stepka W.T. Woodson-VA G/F 6-6
Wesley Blackwell Calvert Hall G 6-2   J.R. Washington Stonewall Jackson-VA G 6-3
Drew Wills  Mercersburg Acad-PA G 6-1   Lloyd Howell St. Albans-DC G/F 6-6
Warren Powers Glenelg Country F 6-5   Michael Wolfe Georgetown Prep F 6-9
Jeff Holland St. Vincent Pallotti G 6-2   Nnamdi Enechionyia St. James G 6-6
Lavon Long Oakland Mills F 6-6   Donte Grantham Martinsburg-WV F 6-7
Gavin McTavish South Carroll G/F 6-6   Raeese Hunt Riverdale Baptist F 6-7
Chika Obi Chapelgate Academy C 6-7   Khary Doby Riverdale Baptist F 6-7
Head Coach: Al Holley - The Friends School       Head Coach: Herb Krusen-Georgetown Prep    
Ast: Ronald Jones, Jarrod Randall       Ast: Larry Gray      

Boys Border War Elite Challenge
Chesapeake Practice: Weds at Glenelg HS 7:00-8:30 PM
Mason Dixon Practice: Tues at St. Maria Goretti HS 5:30-7:30 PM
Game:
Sat March 30 at North Hagerstown HS; tip 5:30 PM
Jerseys: Chesapeake (WHITE)   Mason Dixon (DARK)

CHESAPEAKE SCHOOL POS HT   MASON DIXON SCHOOL POS HT
Omari Ringgold Centennial G 6-2   Jerel Patterson Harrisburg-PA G 5-10
Nick Ellison Westminster F 6-8   Steven Stoney Harrisburg-PA F 6-3
Dalton Myers Westminster F 6-7   Shaquan Sheppard Harrisburg-PA F 6-5
Brian Green Long Reach G 6-2   Brian Laird Central Dauphin-PA G 5-10
Collin Randle Glenelg G 6-3   Drew Knowles Susquenita-PA F 6-5
Timi Tinuoye Centennial F 6-2   Dylan DeFrank Trinity-PA G 5-11
Eric Lindsey Southern-AA G 6-2   Zach Faulkner Greencastle-PA PG 6-1
Jermaine Hunter Calvert G 6-2   Brandon Puffenbarger Greencastle-PA C 6-11
Datavious Thomas Calvert G 6-1   Ryan Grant St. Maria Goretti G 5-9
Walt Moody River Hill G/F 6-3   Forrest Buterbaugh St. Maria Goretti PF 6-5
Phillip Jackson Westlake G 5-9   Jerome Evans Carlisle-PA C/F 6-6
Charles Clark Westlake G 5-8   Josh Clippinger Carlisle-PA G/F 6-7
Ryan Hill Arundel F 6-5   Michael Hill South Hagerstown G 5-11
Alex Sotomayor Watkins Mill F/G 6-4   Marcus Scott St. Vincent Pallotti G/F 6-3
Tyvon Grant Watkins Mill G 5-7   Xavier Freeman South Hagerstown G 6-0
Brian Sydnor Chantilly-VA G 6-4