Bullis junior switches to Ohio State while MC hoops standout soars

Wisconsin’s loss is Ohio State’s gain.
Bryson Shaw, a talented junior two-sport star at Potomac’s Bullis School, has verbally committed to play college football at Ohio State University.
Shaw, who announced his pledge to Wisconsin in January, flipped his commitment to Ohio State in a Twitter post on Saturday.
“Please respect my decision,” he wrote. “My recruitment is now closed. Go Buckeyes!”


All-Sentinel’s boys basketball team named

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0209CHSNWHS-68Player of the Year Andrew Kostecka. FILE PHOTO

Coach of the Year – Carl Parker, Sandy Spring Friends School

Parker guided the boys’ basketball program to their first Potomac Valley Athletic Conference championship in 22 years. The Wildebeests finished the 2015-16 campaign with an overall 21-7 record including a 17-2 mark in the PVAC.

Player of the Year – Andrew Kostecka, Clarksburg, Sr.

The Loyola (MD) signee averaged 19 points, 6.3 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game for Clarksburg and helped lead the Coyotes to a 17-9 record including an appearance in the 4A West region championship game. Kostecka, a 6-foot-4 guard, was selected to participate in the 43rd annual Capital Classic High School All-Star Game.

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