For a third straight year, Woodrow Wilson High School took home the DCIAA title in boys basketball with its 92-48 thrashing of Roosevelt.
Head coach Angelo Hernandez received double-digit scoring contributions from five players, including a team-high 17 from Darren Buchanan.
The Maryland-bound Mitchell twins -- Makhi and Mahkel -- continued their efficient return to D.C. hoops with 13 points each. Makhi finished with a stat line of 13 points, 15 rebounds, and five assists.
They're set to join Mark Turgeon's 2019 roster after a high school journey which started at Bishop McNamara (Forestville) and went on to the famed Montverde Academy (Florida) for a short stint with current Duke star RJ Barrett before returning to their D.C. roots for a final hoorah at Wilson.
Up next for the Tigers? The state tournament.
Maryland's future defense is in the running for a huge boost on Wednesday.
Flowers High School defensive tackle Tommy Akingbesote posted on Twitter on Tuesday that he will be announcing his commitment at 6 P.M. on Wednesday. According to 247sports.com, the race is between the Terps and Virginia Tech - though a myriad of other schools are also listed as possibilities.
Terps coach Mike Locksley has already had two 4-star defensive linemen commit: Demeioun Robinson from Quince Orchard is ranked third in the state and 58th in the country overall. And another Flowers player, Marcus Bradley, who is ranked 9th in the state and No. 186 in the country is heading to College Park.
Akingbesote is ranked 16th in the state according to 247Sports.com's rankings.
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MORE NCAA NEWS:
DMV college lacrosse fans looking to re-live the glory days of UVA and Maryland's programmings are in luck on Monday. ESPNU and the ACC Network are airing a slew of title games including Maryland men's 2017 title and Maryland women's battle against North Carolina.
Here's the schedule for Monday, May 25 (in EST):
NCAA MEN'S LACROSSE
12:00 PM North Carolina vs. Maryland (Championship) Channel: ESPNU
2:00 PM Maryland vs. Denver (Championship) Channel: ESPNU
2:00 PM Notre Dame vs. Duke (Championship) Channel: ACC Network
4:00 PM Notre Dame vs. Duke (Championship) Channel: ESPNU
6:00 PM #5 Yale vs. #3 Virginia (Championship) Channel: ACC Network
6:00 PM Ohio State vs. Maryland (Championship) Channel: ESPNU
8:05 PM Duke vs. Yale (Championship) Channel: ESPNU
10:00 PM #5 Yale vs. #3 Virginia (Championship) Channel: ESPNU
10:00 PM North Carolina vs. Maryland (Championship) Channel: ACC Network
NCAA WOMEN'S LACROSSE
8:00 PM North Carolina vs. Maryland (Championship) Channel: ACC Network