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15 Mavericks take second at Hoopmasters The Mitchellville Mavericks II U 15 boys' basketball team took second place in the Hoopmasters Invitational Tournament last weekend in Newport News, Va. The Mavericks beat the Carolina Titans, 79 43, and the Prince William Ballers, 69 59, on Saturday in pool play. On Sunday, they earned a 72 69 victory against the Virginia Stars, but lost the championship game to the Hoopmaster Academy Legends, 70 67. Marques Harris led the Mavericks with 68 points in the tournament, while Ricky Colbert added 62 and Andre Harding had 55. Israel Alan had 52 points. Anthony Whiteside (15 points) Sheldon Gross (13 points), Kobe Osunde (eight points), Harold Solomon (five points), Derron Tapp (four points), Chris Spriggs (three points) and Lanc Rimaihi (two points) also contributed for Mitchellville. The Mitchellville Stars U 13 boys basketball team won the gold medal for the second year in a row at the regional YBOA championships and will represent Maryland, Virginia and the District at the national championships this summer in Orlando, Fla. The Stars beat the Maryland Stallions by 15 points in the championship game. The Stars, under coach Daniel Abraham, include Isaiah Boykin, Jordan Goodman, Unegabu Aggugua, Marcus Johnson, Kyle Majors, Valdis McFall, Nieronn Miles, Jayln Neal, Macus Thorton and Quenton Yeoman. Johnson was named the tournament most valuable player. The Mitchellville Trailblazers U 9 boys basketball team won the title last weekend at the Slam N Jam 2006 Ballers Tournament in Suitland. The Blazers opened pool play with a 35 20 victory against the Maryland Knights and knocked off Team Richmond, 34 24, to reach the semifinals. Mitchellville earned a 38 12 victory against host Slam N Jam to reach the title game against city rivals, the Bentalou Bombers. The Blazers earned a 29 11 victory to win the tournament, using pressure defense to hold the Bombers to just four points in the second half. The Blazers include Terrell Allen, Isaiah Buck Lowman, Ahmad Clark, Jeremiah Curtis, Malik Douglas, Jeffrey Dowtin Jr., Joshua Golson, Jarbari Greenwood, Trey Johnson, Kamrin Moore, Jahaad Proctor, Kyle Rawls and Kenny Wormley. The Potomac Valley Wizards U 10 AAU boys basketball team won the Virginia Invitational Tournament last weekend at Paul VI High School in Fairfax, Va. The Wizards earned a 29 18 victory against the Metro Sixers in the title game. Potomac Valley advanced to the championship by beating the Prince William Pacers, 36 19, in the semifinals. The Pacers are the reigning Virginia AAU Division I champions and hold the No. 1 seed for the upcoming AAU Nationals. The Wizards include Mark Anderson, Anthony Byrd, Reginald Corbin, T Covington, Drake Goddard, Santoni Graham, Juwan Malry, Tyson McDonald and Michael Morsell under coaches Reginald Corbin, Mike Morsell and Mark Anderson. The Star Youth Athletics U 8 boys basketball team split a pair of games last weekend in Bowie Magic Spring League play. The Stars beat the Slam N Jam U 8 team, 24 5, and dropped a 27 13 decision to the U 9 Blazers. Jaylon Myles had 13 points and Jamar Watson added 10 in the two games. Point guard Christopher Carter and center Antoine Banks Jr. each added four points. Saddiq Bey, Christian Jennings and Jayson Johnson contributed on defense and scored two points each. Darien Johnson also added solid defense. The Star Youth Athletics U 9 boys basketball team won three games at the Hampton Hoyas Tournament in Hampton, Va., and has lost its last three contests in the Bowie Magic U 10 league. Jamal Wright, Reginald Gardner Jr. and Michael White led the Stars in the Hampton tournament with 30, 23 and 21 points, respectively. Wright and White added 15 and 11 steals, respectively, and Wright added 11 rebounds. Aaron Thomas, Michael Jackson and Deville Phillips contributed 16, 15 and 12 rebounds, respectively, while Thomas scored 19 points and added nine steals. Adam Hamilton (nine points), David Dasher (seven points) and Erique Foggs (six points) also scored while Jiar Watson had five rebounds and seven steals. The Stars beat the Hampton Hoyas, 39 12, the Chesapeake Chargers (B), 40 9, and the Chesapeake Chargers (A), 40 29. On May 17, the Stars dropped a 35 17 decision to the Squash All Beefs in league play. Hamilton led the way with five points and seven rebounds. Wright added four points and four steals and Jackson had seven rebounds. Last week, the Stars dropped games to the Woodbridge Warriors (33 17) and the Potomac Valley Wizards (29 13). Anthony Cowan had 10 points and seven steals in the two games. Phillips led the way on the boards with 14 and added five blocked shots. Wright added six points and seven steals. June 12 to June 15 at Largo High School. The camp will focus on teaching fundamentals in all aspects of track. Call Darryl Hamilton at 301 379 6413. The second annual NFL 75 RJ Hamilton Football Camp will be held June 19 23 at Largo High School, 505 Largo Road in Upper Marlboro. The camp will include hands on instruction from current and former NFL players including Cornelius Griffin, Keith Hamilton, Gibril Wilson and Paris Lennon. The Kettering Unlimited Football Program seeks players ages 9 to 14 for its unlimited weight team. The program is not open to ninth graders. Training and certification will be provided. Call Wanda Woods at 571 228 7450.