Potomac's Tyrell Harris, Kyle Honore and Anthony Jackson, Patriot's Trey Nelson and Chad Watson and Manassas Park's Payton Simmons were selected either to the first team or second team by the Virginia High School Coaches Association.
The Fairfax Christian School boys basketball team recently won the Virginia Indepedent School Division III state championship, going 3-0 in the tournament.
Numerous varsity high-school girls and boys basketball players were chosen to all-district and all-region teams for their performances during the shortened 2020-21 season.
Trey Bauer scored 10 of his 27 points in the both overtime periods Friday as Seton’s boys basketball team defeated Avalon 85-78 to capture the championship at the John Paul the Great Post-Season Invitational Tournament.
As expected for a state-championship team, multiple basketball players for the Madison Warhawks earned all-district and all-region recognition for helping the girls high-school team finish 16-1.
The Madison High School girls basketball team won the Virginia High School League's Class 6 girls state championship on its home court the night of Feb. 20 in Vienna.
For decades, the Madison Warhawks have been a perennial girls high-school basketball power, winning hundreds of games and all the biggest tournaments, with the last three seasons have been especially accomplished.
Byron and Zaria Gaskins are four grades apart, but their Christ Chapel coaches see a common thread between the two: a high basketball IQ.
Keith Honore paid close attention to his team’s reaction after they boarded the team bus following Wednesday’s thrilling 79-73 win over host Landstown in the Class 6 state semifinals.
Chrissy Kelly is the same coach with the same standards. No matter the program, she sets high expectations.
YORKTOWN SIGNING CEREMONY: A dozen Yorktown High School athletes participate in recent college signing ceremonies to continue their playing careers at the next level.
There are few athletic teams that prefer long layoffs without real playing action or competition. That’s pretty much the case in every sport. The inactivity can dull the timing and precision and slow the senses.
They deviated from their winning playoff formula en route to dominating a recent region tournament with a 3-0 record, but the Madison Warhawks found another way to win in a state-tournament semifinal contest.
One is a first-timer. The other a veteran. Welcome Osbourn Park girls to the state basketball championship game. And welcome back the Potomac boys.
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