HYATTSVILLE – DeMatha junior guard Markelle Fultz was greeted by Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon with open arms following his dynamic performance Saturday in the National High School Hoops Festival at Morgan and Kathy Wootten Gymnasium.
COLLEGE PARK – The No. 19 University of Maryland Terrapins held off the North Carolina Central University Eagles in the second half to win 67-56 Wednesday night to improve to 9-1 on the season.
OXON HILL—Despite turning the ball over 25 times, the Potomac High School Wolverines withstood a furious comeback from the Friendly High School Patriots to win 76-68 in front of the home crowd.
SUITLAND – It took Doyin Fadojutimi and the Eleanor Roosevelt Raiders two missed game winning shots and a 9-2 to run in the second overtime to come back and defeat the Suitland Rams 69-65 Tuesday night on the road.
Aided by a 22-9 run in the third quarter, Christian Clinton Academy held on late to defeat defending Maryland 4A state champion Dr. Henry A. Wise High School 69-62 at the DMV elite showcase.
GREENBELT – Through two and a half quarters on Friday night the DeMatha Catholic High School Stags and Eleanor Roosevelt Raiders were locked in a defensive struggle, but senior guard Terrell Allen stepped up in the second half to lead DeMatha to a 78-54 victory.
COLLEGE PARK – The University of Maryland Terrapins started off slowly against Winthrop on a dreary Saturday afternoon, trailing 13-4 eight minutes into the game. However, the Terrapins turned the game around and notched an 82-62 win over the Eagles.