"It's All About The Game"

College and High School BBall Report

 

 

 

 

 

Robert Stephens, Featured Writer

DMV hoops is in full swing.

 

February 14, 2014 - The Georgetown Hoyas rallied from a 36-32 halftime deficit to defeat Providence 83-71 in a Big East Conference contest Saturday at the Verizon Center improving their record to 15-9 (6-6) in Big East play.

Georgetown survived a 31 point outburst from Friar
guard Bryce Cotton. The Hoyas moved into a fourth place
tie with Providence and Marquette in conference play.

D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera led the Hoyas with 22 points.
The sophomore guard scored 13 points in the second
to lead the Hoya comeback. Markel Starks scored 14 points
and dished out 5 assist. Jabril Trawick chipped in with 12
points and freshman Reggie Cameron added 11 points.
Mickael Hopkins led Georgetown with 11 rebounds.

Chinanu Onuaku sticking one back.

The Hoyas face St. John’s Sunday in New York.

The Howard Bison dropped a 75-49 MEAC Conference
contest to Norfolk St. on the road. Howard fell to 6-19 (4-6) in MEAC play.

James Daniel led the Bison with 25 points.

Howard will travel to Maryland-Eastern Shore to face
the Eagles on Saturday.

The Maryland Terrapins fell to Virginia 61-53 in ACC
play at Charlottesville. Maryland played the favorite Cavaliers tough leading 26-25 at the half.

The Cavaliers fought back to capture their 8th
consecutive win. Joe Harris led Virginia with 19 pts.
UVA improved to 20-5 (11-1) in ACC play.

Seth Allen led the Terps with 15 pts. Dez Wells
chipped in with 12 pts. as Maryland fell to 14-10 (6-5)
in ACC Conference play.

George Washington 19-4 (7-2) in Atlantic Ten
Conference play is considered by some of the pundits
as the best college team in the area. The Colonials beat Maryland at the Comcast Center
and have a huge conference game against U-Mass
Saturday.

Prep action is in full swing and I am on the road
to see what I can. If my small listing of schools does not
include your favorite squad hopefully I’ll be able
to check them out.

# 1 St. Johns 23-1
WCAC front runner is led by James Palmer 15.3 pts. per game
Mike Morsell 13.6 Tre Campbell 13.3 Darian Anderson 10.6
# 2 Riverdale Baptist 22-7
# 3 Bishop O’ Connell 16-7
# 4 Paul VI 20-5
# 5 Potomac 16-3
# 6 DeMatha 21-3
# 6 Bullis 19-3
# 7 Coolidge 13-11
# 8 Roosevelt 16-6
# 9 Maret 16-7
# 10 Saint Andrews 17-4

 
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