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Quite A Night!

So the editors sent me to cover the Wootton-Damascus girls' basketball game on Tuesday night. And while I got to see something I hadn't seen at a boys' game in a while -- the victorious Patriots made 18 of 19 free throws, all in the fourth quarter, including 10 of 10 by Becca Feldman -- there apparently were a few you-had-to-be-there games. I'm curious which one was the best:

A) No. 13 Gonzaga 62, No. 2 DeMatha 61: Matt Hueber makes two free throws, Tyler Thornton steals the inbounds pass and feeds Max Kenyi for the game-winning three-pointer in the waning seconds.

B) No. 4 St. John's 69, No. 10 Paul VI Catholic 62 (OT): All-Met guard Chris Wright scores half of his 36 points in the fourth quarter and overtime. It's his sixth consecutive 30+ outing.

C) No. 20 St. Mary's Ryken 82, No. 12 O'Connell 72: Ryken snaps its three-game losing streak and sends O'Connell to its second consecutive loss.

D) Carroll 81, No. 8 Bishop McNamara 69 (OT): The Lions beat the Mustangs in overtime for the second time this season.

By Josh Barr  | January 23, 2007; 11:42 PM ET
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What's up Josh,show P.G.County some love we had a few good games last night as well how about that Roosevelt Blade Game or the Flowers Suitland game.You are so right about the poor free throw shooting in the boy's game.

Posted by: K.Coutreyer | January 24, 2007 9:39 AM | Report abuse

Thanks Keith! (Who coaches at Laurel, in case folks didn't know.) The WCAC box scores were called in earlier in the night. I'll throw a few more games out there.

E) Eleanor Roosevelt 59, No. 15 Bladensburg 58: Darnell Dodson continues his hot run with a game-winning jumper.

F) No. 9 C.H. Flowers 58, No. 17 Suitland 63: Jordan Brooks scored 25 points to lead the Jaguars.

Posted by: Josh Barr | January 24, 2007 10:33 AM | Report abuse

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