Maryland and District of Columbia
         
Basketball Leader Board Lists
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Email information  to  wgaffey@pa.net

complete Frederick County rosters for boys and girls
http://www.frederickcountymval.org/g5-bin/client.cgi?G5genie=312

Baltimore Sun Girls Players to watch

Looking at boys basketball's Top 5: A look at No. 1 Mount St. Joseph

Tuscorara Boys Jaime Weiser: Boys Basketball

Carroll County  Boys Basketball Preview Capsules

Carroll County Girls Basketball Preview Capsules

Elite Exposure Shootout Honor Roll

Past Elite Shootout Results
--Oct
9, 2011 at Penn State Harrisburg  results HERE
--June 5, 2011 at Middletown H S results
HERE
--May 22, 2011 at Auburn (NY) results
HERE
--Oct
10, 2010 at Penn State Harrisburg results HERE
Next Elite College Exposure Shootout: HERE


Senior Basketball All-Star Games --
Pennsylvania vs Maryland---  information HERE


Spring College Exposure Shootout
Shootout Application

Pennsylvaania/Maryland Basketball Camp  Information,   find more information  HERE


2014 Watch
Megan Heindel, North Carroll tallied 31 total points in her first two varsity games.  (Prep Sports Nation)

Tyra Hughes, Walkerville scored 32 points and had 14 steals in the Lions' 70-43 win over Brunswick. (Frederick News Post)

Shamia Clay, Baltimore Patterson is averaging 11.4 ppg (Maxi Preps)

Austin Brown, New Life Christian H S in Frederick averaged 12 points thru the first 11 games.  (Frederick News Post)

Jojo Brown, Spencerville Adventist Academy has averaged 17 ppg thru the first 5 games. (Gazette.net)

Jordan Brown, Southern had 20 pts and three blocked shots in the 59-46 win over Annapolis.  (Hometown Annapolis(Hughes photo by photo by Graham Cullen)


 

 

 




 

 

Congratulations to Coach Lin James
North Harford girls basketball coach Lin James won her 600th career game at the Pylesville school Monday night. 
The Lady Hawks, who nearly gave their coach the historic win Friday night, left no doubt in Monday's win,
bolting out to a 26-6 first quarter lead and rolling to a 61-32 win over neighboring private school, Harford Christian.
SHOT CLOCK IN MARYLAND

The Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association and affiliated Baltimore Catholic League have adopted a 35-second shot clock for the upcoming basketball season.
The shot clock will be in place this season for all three of the MIAA conferences and the BCL at the varsity and junior varsity levels.  The shot clock will be in play for any games between MIAA and BCL teams, and against out-of-league competition that already has a shot clock in place.   All schools will be properly equipped with a shot clock system when play begins this season. ( The Baltimore Sun, 11/16/12).

December 09, 2012: Would u believe DeMatha winless after three games


 


Meade girls must forfeit a 100-29 win?  (Baltimore Sun Jan 3, 2012) --Meade’s girls basketball team has had to forfeit its Dec. 10 Anne Arundel County league victory over North County, because the Mustangs played too many games in one week.
The Mustangs played Aberdeen, Chesapeake, Woodlawn and North County in a Tuesday-through-Sunday stretch to start their season, but MPSSAA rules stipulate that teams can play no more than three games in a single week.   First-year coach Reggie Leach said he was not aware of the rule and that the schedule was already set when he took over the team. The Mustangs, who drop to 3-4 overall and 2-1 in the league, had to forfeit their last game of that stretch, a 100-29 win over North County.


Maryland  Media Coverage
Baltimore Sun  HERE                          Frederick News Post  HERE
Cumberland Times 
HERE  
                  Gaithersburg Gazette HERE
 HometownAnnapolis.com  HERE       Carroll County Times HERE

Hagerstown Herald Mail  HERE          Catonville Times http://www.explorebaltimorecounty.com/publications/ct/







Aaron Keith
Sparrows Point, MD
2014

 



Maryland, Class of 2014-Players to Watch

Altherton, Brady Acker
Aberdeen,
Darryn Garner
Bishop McNamara HS
,   Dante Yancey
Boys Latin,
Shack Stanwick
Broadfording Christian Academy, Moni Anderson
Calvert Hall, Sean Mayberry
Catonsville,
Daniel Thompson
Chesapeake, Bradley Fletcher
Chopticon, Nick Gagnon, Tyaira Priest
Damascus, Joe Daniel
Dulaney,
Jason Lawson
Dunbar (DC), Kenneth Beckham, Delonte Matthews
Einstein,  Abraham Camara
Fairmont Heights, Da'Quan Brewington

Forestville, Joe Jackson
Forestville Military Academy, Joseph Jackson
Gerstell Academy, Brett McLaughlin

Good Counsel, Jenny Kantor, Byron Hawkins, Tre Thomas
Glenelg County, Chancellor Barnard
Grace Academy, Claudia Jones, Caitlin Cox
Heights School (Potomac), Isaiah Grigsby
Highland, Logan Miller
High Point (DC), DeJuan Davis (shootout)
Holy Child (Potomac), Colby Evans
John Carroll, Kamu Stokes (shootout)
Kenwood, Dashawna West (shootout)
Lansdowne,
Tyler Jones, Edrick Mallard
Linganore, Clay Conner
Loch Raven,
Taimar Anderson
Lutheran,
Nathan Scarf
Marriotts Ridge, Amanda Miller, Jenna Kerr, Kali Taylor
McKinley, D'Marko Moorer
Meade,Brendan Jones
North County, Gago Berlin, Corey Martin, Kavon Witherspoon
Mt. St. Joseph,
Phil Booth
New Life Christian Academy (Frederick),
Lydia Printz
Oakland Mills, Daivon Tapscott
Paint Branch, Jasmine White, Kiara Colston
Park, Idris Mitchell
Parkdale, Joshua Howard, Tayib Ogunyoku, Adrian Winslow
Patuxent, Kaiyla Gross
Poolesville, Anthony Papagika
Quince Orchard, Andrew Fink
Reservoir, Zelor Massaquoi, Ken Rager, Tara Thompson
Riverdale Baptist, Mache' Turner
Robbinsville, Anthony Massi
Rockville, Nehemiaih Jackson
Shabach Christian Academy, Christopher Andrews, Thane Woods
Seneca Valley, Ceayra Brown, Juniata Craig
South River, Jahair Jones, Danny Schemmel
Smithburg, Mattthew Sprecher
Sparrows Point, Aaron Keith (shootout)
St. Albans (DC), Matt Sniezek, Marshall Forney
St. Mary's Ryken, Donte Etheridge
Thomas Johnson, Uvan Stewart

Whitman, Max Steinhorn
Wilde Lake, Lindsay Williams

Yeshiva (Silver Spring), Duvie Bergman, Jordan Kurtz, Kimmy Ruchelman, Yaakov Edinger

Maryland, Class of 2015-Players to Watch

Arundle, Kennedi Colclough
Bowie
,  Devonte Phillips (6'7)
Bethesda-Chevy Chase,
Julia Barakat
Broadfording Christian,
Zack Campagna, Billy Lohr,  Matt Cradduck
Calverton, Raymond LaPlaca
C Milton Wright, Mychal Stefanides
Century, Drew Clark
Chesapeake, Jord Zajac
Don Bosco, Kenzi Cromite (6'1)
Eastern (DC), Dajuan Green, Anthony Broadus, Tavon Talbert
E L Hayes Public Charter (DC), Julian Stover
Friends, Donavin Tilley
Glenelg, Nick Oates, Matt Hammert
Great Mills, India King
Heritage Christian,
Jordan Savage
Leonardstown, Aaliyah Fields
Meade, Alexis Jackson
Randallstown, Essence Stinnette

River Hill, Charlie Thomas
Salisbury, Tasjah Davis, Dymond Trader, Morgan McCabe, Demyra Selby
Saint Paul's,
Marcel Thompson
St. Maria Goretti, Ana Mitchaul, Abbey Eich
St. Mary's Ryken, Reggie Parker, Tonny Blackwell
Mount Hebron, Megan Doherty
Washington Christian, Myles Law
Washington Latin (DC), Tank Abraham
Whitman, Anton Casey
Wootton, Sheri Addison
Yeshiva (Silver Spring), Yoni Broth

Maryland, Class of 2016-Players to Watch

Chopticon,  Alisan Jacobs
Hereford
,  Cori Beck
Severna Park, Julia Kenealy, Erin Carroll
Thomas Stone, Malik Briscoe

                                         

To have players added, Send information to: wgaffey@pa.net

Contributors:  Baltimore Sun, Frederick News Post, Cumberland Times, Gaithersburg Gazette, HometownAnnapolis.com,
Hagerstown Herald Mail, Brian L. Wiley, Coach Al  Eford, Debbi Thomas, Jeremy L. Snyder, Jason Munson, Coach Leo Cromartie