March 30, 2015
Capitol Hoops continues the tradition of “One Shining Moment,” a mixtape of the best plays of the Maryland state semi-finals and finals at the Xfinity Center. There were 12 games total where 4 champions were crowned from March 12th to March 14th.
March 30, 2015
MoCo trailed for almost the entire game .. until Jauvenel Leveill, Jr., a Northwood HS product nailed a game winning buzzer beater 3-pointer to give MoCO the victory. Level was named MoCo MVP and Jared Warrick of Northwestern took home PG MVP.
March 24, 2015
PG County public hoops and Montgomery County Public hoops have decided to bring back a game they once tried 5 years ago. In that game the best of MoCo and the best of PG squared off in a game at Wise. This year the game will be brought back, but instead of one game, there
DeMatha alum BeeJay Anya hit a short jump-hook that rattled around the rim and fell through with one tenth of a second left that completed an incredible comeback for his NC State team. At half time they trailed 40-26 and it got up to a 16 point deficit for the first 1:33 of the second half.
March 18, 2015
This weekend one of the top all-star games in the DMV takes place when the 2nd annual Crab-Ball Classic goes off at DeMatha Catholic in Hyattsville, MD at 7:30pm on Saturday. Tickets can be purchased at the door FOR 10$. Below you will find a couple star-studded rosters. TEAM BALTIMORE # Player School 1 Derrick
March 16, 2015
After much thought I present you with the CAPITOL HOOPS 2015 All-Xfinity-All-Tournament-Team. Look back at the 2013 All-Comcast All-Tournament team Look back at the 2014 All-Comcast All-Tournament team TAKE A LOOK AT ALL COMPILED STATS FROM THE 3 DAYS OF BASKETBALL AT XFINITY, 2015 Stats play a huge role in deciding the teams, but
March 16, 2015
After 12 games from the Xfinity Center are in the books, Capitol Hoops has compiled all the stats, so we can go back and look at all of the individual leaders in every statistical category there is. All stats are total stats accumulated, not per game averages. Almost every player on this list played in
March 15, 2015
In a very scary situation it appeared to everyone in attendance that the gentleman singing the national anthem suffered a heart attack midway through signing the anthem in the 4A state championship. He had already sung three national anthems earlier in the day and every year he would always entertain the crowd with his lively
March 15, 2015
After three complete days at the Xfinity Center four state champions have been crowned. Saturday saw four championship games played. 1A Championship New Town 55 – Lake Clifton 51 2A championship Oakland Mills 64 – Patterson 55 3A Championship Centennial 57 – Westlake 43 4A Championship Meade 80 – B-CC 45 STATISTICAL LEADERS ON CHAMPIONSHIP
For the second straight year Westlake lost in the 3A state champion. Last year it was City of Baltimore and this year it was the Centennial Eagles who outscored the Wolverines 20-9 in the fourth and decisive quarter to capture the hardware. Isaiah White (#11) had a phenomenal championship game leading the Eagles with 18
The Oakland Mills Scorpions hung on to defeat the Patterson Clippers at the Xfinity Center in the 2015 Maryland state 2A championship. Trailing the entire game Patterson came back to take their first lead of the game with 3:42 left in the game. Oakland Mills would respond and nail the majority of their FTs down
The New Town Titans held on and narrowly escaped Gary Jefferson (#15) and the Lake Clifton Lakers. New Town put 3 players in double figures, Matthew Johnson (#1) with 16, Quincy Roche (#00) with 15, and Devin Smith (#3) with 12. Lake Clifton had 3 in double figures as well. Derrick Green (#12) led the
March 14, 2015
Through two complete days at the Xfinity Center eight games have been played, and all four state championship games are set for Saturday. 1A Semi-finals Lake Clifton 58 – Allegany 51 New Town 57 – Joppatowne 53 1A state championship 1PM Saturday, Lake Clifton vs New Town 2A Semi-finals Oakland Mills 66 – Oakdale 61 Patterson 87 –
March 2, 2015
As Capitol Hoops drops Markelle Fultz’s first mixtape we got a chance to sit down with the junior sensation and discuss an array of topics. Topics you usually don’t here us ask about in interviews after games. We went a little outside the box with this one. Capitol Hoops: Markelle, I would first like to congratulate
For the first time this year Team Takeover 17 EYBL had its entire lineup ready to go. Franklin Howard was making his debut, playing for the first time since tearing his ACL last summer. 7’1″ Georgios Papagiannis was in uniform, playing in front of a DC crowd for the first time and he certainly didn’t disappoint.