PHOTOS by Jimmy Fields Sr.

For the first time since 2011, D.C. was victorious over Baltimore in the 19th annual District of Columbia/Baltimore high school basketball classic at Lake Clifton Saturday.

The District won four of six matches over the weekend at the east Baltimore school, marking the first time since 1999 Washington won in the Charm City. Coolidge, H.D. Woodson and Theodore Roosevelt captured boys victories Saturday.

Woodson rallied for a 62-57 decision over Lake Clifton in the nightcap. Javon Montgomery scored 19 points for Woodson (3-0 overall), ranked 13th in the District region by the Washington Post, and Anton Walker added 15.

Trailing 45-42, the defending District league champ Warriors, outscored Lake Clifton (0-1), 20-12, in the final frame. Kai Thompson and sophomore forward Khyri Young each finished with 16 points for Lake Clifton, which won the city league Division I crown last season.

Patterson, last year’s city Division I and Class 2A state runner-up, rallied in the fourth quarter, but fell, 64-61, to Coolidge. Luther Anderson led Coolidge with 16 points, and BJ Hill added 11.

Tied 27 at halftime, the Colts (2-0) outscored Patterson (0-1), 25-14, in the third period for an 11-point advantage. The Clippers battled back in the fourth, but it wasn’t enough. Richard Hibbert led Patterson with 18 points and Terrell Turmon finished with 13.

Meron Tesfamariam scored 16 points as Theodore Roosevelt (4-1) edged Edmondson (0-1), 56-54. City College posted the lone victory for Baltimore Saturday, defeating Eastern, 54-43. LaMarr Mitchell and DaJuan Johnson led City (1-0) with 18 points each.

In girls’ action Friday, Poly got 20 points from University of Albany recruit Kephera Stokes in a 64-54 victory over defending District champ Anacostia (0-2). Freshman guard Tylea Holloway added 16 for the Engineers (1-0), the two-time defending city league Division I champs.

There won’t be another undefeated regular season for Forest Park. The Foresters dropped a 57-38 decision to Wilson.

Tytialo Green scored a game-high 20 points for Wilson (1-1), and Tu’ziah Hall added 14. Junior guard Tiffani Rice led Forest Park (0-1) with 20 points.

The Foresters, who won the city league’s Division II championship and reached the 1A state semifinals (finished 23-1) last season, trailed 31-14 at halftime and 48-22 after three periods.

Baltimore now leads the all-time series, 12-6, over Washington.

District of Columbia/Baltimore Basketball Classic

at Lake Clifton

Saturday’s boys results

Theodore Roosevelt (D.C.) 56, Edmondson 54

Roosevelt – Gray 4, Jackson 1, Whitehead 5, Tesfamariam 16. Wright 12, Williams 9, Riley 7, Buchanon 5. Totals 14 21-32 56.

Edmondson – Fernandez 1, Dean 7, Rose 2, Colliet 12, Bowie 4, Hoskins 11, Bing 2, Holmes 8, Duckett 7. Totals 17 16-25 54.

Roosevelt 10 15 14 17 – 56

Edmondson 14 11 13 16 – 54

City College 54, Eastern (D.C.) 43

Eastern – Dickerson 15, Carter 2, Johnson 3, Harrison-Porter 1, Dr. Johnson 3, Pickett 17. Totals 17 8-16 43.

City – Johnson 18, Beverly 4, Bunch 11, Mitchell 18, Brown 3. Totals 17 19-23 54.

Eastern 11 10 11 11 – 43

City 13 12 17 12 – 54

Coolidge (D.C.) 64, Patterson 61

Coolidge – Dotson 7, Hampton 7, Kane 6, Vedder 5, Rozier 6, Anderson 16, Bolden 2, Hill 12, Jeter 2. Totals 20 18-25 64.

Patterson – Closson 9, Okoye 8, Turmon 13, Jones 7, Hibbert 18, Ross 4, Adams 2. Totals 24 8-17 61.

Coolidge 14 13 25 12 – 64

Patterson 14 13 14 20 – 61

H.D. Woodson 62, Lake Clifton 57

H.D. Woodson – Washington 11, Montgomery 19, Chambliss 7, Walker 15, Simms 5, Boyd 4, McCoy 1. Totals 21 19-29 62.

Lake Clifton – Thompson 16, Drake 8, Dingle 2, Lucas 7, Carter 2, Barney 2, Hill 4, Brown 16. Totals 26 1-8 57.

H.D. Woodson 10 20 12 20 – 62

Lake Clifton 12 13 20 12 – 57

Friday’s girls’ results

Wilson (D.C.) 57, Forest Park 38

Wilson – Green 20, Hall 14, Chason 11, Yancey 6, Camille 2, Frazier 4. Totals 21 11-23 57.

Forest Park – Gales 6, Davenport 4, Chaney 2, Randolph 4, Hoyt 2, Rice 20. Totals 13 10-21 38.

Forest Park 7 7 8 16 – 38

Wilson 14 17 17 9 – 57

Poly 64, Anacostia (D.C.) 54

Anacostia – Bland 13, Green 4, Hawkins 2, Llyold 8, Moye 17, Warren 6. Totals 19 12-25 54.

Poly – Curbeam 2, Jones 6, Galloway 16, Lee 4, Weems 8, Porter 4, Talley 5, Stokes 20. Totals 23 13-27 64.

Anacostia 7 15 16 16 – 54

Poly 12 15 15 21 – 64

Series history

1997: Baltimore

1998: Baltimore

1999: Washington

2000: Baltimore

2001: Baltimore

2002: Baltimore

2003: postponed due to weather

2004: Washington

2005: Baltimore

2006: Washington

2007: Baltimore

2008: Washington

2009: Baltimore

2010: Baltimore

2011: Baltimore

2012: Washington

2013: Baltimore

2014: Baltimore

2015: Washington