Hunter Dickinson was named MVP as DeMatha topped Roman Catholic in the final game of Hoop Fest 2018 at DeMatha.

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McNamara rallied around an excellent defensive performance and got 18 points from junior Aaron Russell in a dominant 76-43 win over Bullis. Rhode Island commit, Mekhi Long (16 points, nine rebounds) took home MVP honors for the Mustangs, while center Favour Aire registered 13 points and nine rebounds of his own. Bullis was led by […]

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D.J. Gordan led the way for First Love Academy, tallying most of his 22 points and eight rebounds in the second half of the Knights’ 64-59 win. MVP Isaiah Wilson flirted with quadruple-double territory, recording 15 points, eight rebounds, six assists and six steals. Jimmy Kpadeh was the high-scorer for National Christian Academy, going for […]

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Second chance points killed Carroll as Roman Catholic dominated the boards, out-rebounding the Lions 36 to 28. Roman Catholic’s Seth Lundy led all scorers with 20 points and 9 boards and took home the game’s MVP. Cory Barnes tallied 18 points and 4 assists for Carroll.

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St. John’s staged a big 4th quarter comeback behind Casey Morsell but it wasn’t enough as Nicolet won a close one on day two.

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Pul VI played an incredible first half against Montverde, a team who simply doesn’t lose. Josiah Freeman went bonkers scoring 20 first half points for PVI and holding Montverde as a team to 20 first half points. PVI drew four first quarter charges and the atmosphere at DeMatha was incredible. Montverde pulled away in the […]

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Rock Creek Christian Academy outscored Cesar Chavez 32-9 in the 4th quarter and Guy Fauntleroy took home MVP honors in the first game of day two at Hoop Fest 2018.

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DeMatha came out of the gates hot and led for much of the first half but IMG had a big 4th quarter and earned a hard fought 75-68 victory over the host Stags. Jeremi Robinson-Earl was named MVP for the second consecutive night as he went for 26 & 13. Earl Timberlake led DeMatha with […]

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It was an intense show that featured some of the best bigs in the country and in the end IMG earned a healthy win over Washington DC’s Wilson HS. Jeremi Robinson-Earl won MVP with 22&15 for IMG.

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Highlights from Montverde and Sunrise Christian from Hoop Fest 18 at DeMatha.

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