Weekend wrap — Stoglin stands out
Maryland point guard commitment Terrell Stoglin had one of the best performances of his high school career last week.
Stoglin led Tucson (Ariz.) Santa Rita to a rout of Cholla on Thursday night.
The senior shot 12 of 18 from the floor, including 7 of 12 from beyond the arc, and was a perfect 9 for 9 from the free-throw line as he dropped 40 points during a 77-40 victory.
Doron Lamb scored 13 points and Pe'Shon Howard 11 for Oak Hill, which led 24-22 at halftime and opened the third quarter on a 9-0 run.
Check out Testudo Times writer Ben Broman's impressions of Howard's performance here.
• Princeton Day Academy forward and potential Terps target Eric McKnight scored 13 points and blocked eight shots Friday in the Storm's 87-50 win over Southside Baptist in Richmond, Va. On Sunday, McKnight scored 10 points and blocked 10 shots in a 124-85 win over Mack Academy (N.C.) in the finals of the MLK Classic in Charlotte.
But it was Ross who gave the night an exclamation point, coming up with a steal and executing a highlight-reel windmill dunk late in the third quarter.
• Maryland women's center commitment Alicia DeVaughn earned MVP honors for her play in the Dunbar Lady Tiger Invitational/Aspire Elite Classic in Fort Myers, Fla.
DeVaughn displayed outstanding ability in leading Pompano Beach Ely to the title in Division III. Her athleticism sets her apart, and the 6-4 forward was remarkable in a 36-21 semifinal win over Ocala West Port with 23 points and 18 rebounds.
Thomas following a much-needed 3-pointer from Emilee Salinger, which tied the game at 50-all, with a last-second leaner through the lane with just under four seconds remaining.
Teammate Natasha Cloud, a Maryland recruit, notched nine points, five assists, and three rebounds.
A University of Maryland recruit, Conaboy is a two-time All-Region selection. He was one of the driving forces for the District 2 Class AAA champions, who featured a running attack that averaged more than 270 yards per game.
"They were guarding me one-on-one a lot and I was able to take advantage," said Robinson, whose previous career-best game was 20 points against Mt. Hebron. "We've been out of rhythm ever since break and for whatever reason couldn't get ourselves back to where we were, so it felt really good to get back in the win column. I think this is what we needed."
• StaffordCountySun.com's Brian Wright broke down the recruiting classes of Virginia, Virginia Tech and Maryland.
The Terps will have options when it comes to Jeremiah Wilson, from Winchester. Listed as an “Athlete” on Rivals.com. Wilson committed on Feb. 22 of last year. In 2009, he rushed for 1,500 yards and 20 touchdowns with Handley High as well as four interceptions.