State champion: Eleanor Roosevelt (defeated Magruder, 61-56)
Most outstanding player: Tiwian Kendley, Eleanor Roosevelt
The senior guard totaled 34 points and 17 rebounds as Prince George’s County school won first title since 2002 on fourth straight trip to 4A final four. Kendley, 6-foot-5, had game-high 19 points and pulled down seven rebounds in title game decision over 2012 state champ Magruder
All-4A tournament team
Malachi Alexander, Eleanor Roosevelt: Holy Cross recruit was dominant in paint (16 rebounds) in state finals. The 6-foot-7 center had six blocked shots in semifinal victory over North Point.
J.J. Epps, Magruder: Last year’s MOP was solid in state title match with 14 points and eight assists. Little guard (5-foot-5) totaled 28 points and 10 assists in two games.
Darrion Stokes-Graham, Poly: Senior forward posted double-double 19 points and 10 rebounds in semifinal loss to Magruder. His emergence this season was huge reason Engineers reached first state final four.
Justin Witmer, Magruder: Senior was spark in semifinal victory over Poly with 17 points, 10 rebounds and three blocked shots. In two games, the 6-foot-3 forward totaled 28 points and 17 rebounds.
Marquis Wright, North Point: Loyola University recruit had 16 points, 10 rebounds and three assists in semifinal loss to Eleanor Roosevelt. The 6-foot-1 guard helped southern Maryland squad to three straight 4A final fours including 2011 title win over Patterson.
State champion: Milford Mill Academy (defeated Potomac, 84-55)
Most outstanding player: Justin Jenifer, Milford Mill Academy
Sophomore buoyed his case as one of the best point guards on the East Coast with 37 points, 10 assists and 12 rebounds as Millers claimed third title in four seasons. The 5-foot-9 wunderkind had game-high 17 points and seven assists in title game assault of Potomac.
All-3A tournament team
Walter Broddie, Potomac: Freshman was lone bright spot for Wolverines in state title match with 16 points. The 6-foot-2 guard finished with 38 points, 10 rebounds and four assists in two games at Comcast Center.
Allen Costley, Milford Mill Academy: Junior post totaled 28 points and 14 rebounds in two games for Baltimore County squad, including a solid 11 of 14 from the field. His follow dunk early Saturday may have been the knockout punch in one of the most lopsided finals in two decades.
Kyle Reilly, Reservoir: Despite foul troubles, junior had a team-high 14 points in semifinal loss to Potomac. The 6-foot-3 guard was key asset in Howard County school’s run to first state final four.
Bruce Watkins, Milford Mill Academy: Senior capped his varsity career with 33 points and eight rebounds in two games for a second title in three seasons. The 5-foot-10 guard was tenacious on defense, totaling seven steals (tied for most overall in tournament).
Dion Wiley, Potomac: Regarded as the state’s top junior, the 6-foot-5 wing had 35 points and seven steals in two games. His big third quarter helped Prince George’s County squad get past Reservoir in semifinals.
State champion: Edmondson (defeated Wicomico, 56-54)
Most outstanding player: Darius Walker, Edmondson
Walker erased past region title game disappointments and a bad shot late in regulation in the Baltimore City Division I finals, carrying the west Baltimore school to its first state championship. The 6-foot-3 guard’s basket as time expired gave Edmondson victory in the state title game, and scored his team’s final four points in a double overtime semifinal decision over Oakdale less than 24 hours earlier. Walker totaled 34 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists and seven steals in two games.
All-2A tournament team
Thomas Brown, Wicomico: Brown was a consistent force inside for Indians, totaling 31 points and 21 rebounds in two games at the University of Maryland. The 6-foot-4 senior had 15 points and 12 rebounds in the finals including a game-tying tip-in late in regulation.
Myrek Fowkles, Edmondson: The senior wing’s 26 points were important, but Fowkles’ state final four experience helped the Red Storm get through two tough matches at Comcast Center. He’s believed to be the first player to play in three state championship games in three different classifications (played in 2012 3A finals and 2011 4A finals with Patterson).
Darius Hubbard, Edmondson: Senior totaled 18 points and 17 rebounds in two games with a huge double-double (10 points and 11 rebounds) against Oakdale in double OT battle. The 6-foot-2 guard’s ability to get to basket and follow up shots was huge all season for the state champ Red Storm.
Davatious Thomas, Calvert: Senior had one of the best overall games at Comcast with 23 points and 11 rebounds in semifinal loss to Wicomico. The 6-foot-1 guard went 8 for 11 from the perimeter including five three-pointers.
Zach Thomas, Oakdale: Junior nearly carried Frederick school to state finals with 20 points and four rebounds against Edmondson. The 6-foot-6 forward should be among the state’s top senior recruits next season.
State champion: Dunbar (defeated New Town, 54-52)
Most outstanding player: Kamau Stokes, Dunbar
Consistent all season, the junior helped the east Baltimore school to another state championship. He had 13 points in state finals, including back-to-back scores in the fourth quarter giving Dunbar the lead for good against New Town. The 6-foot-3 guard totaled 30 points and four rebounds in two games.
All-1A tournament team
Justin Brown, New Town: Brown totaled a 1A-best 41 points and 23 rebounds in two games for the Titans, who took Dunbar to the end in the state finals. If not for poor free throw shooting, New Town would be state champions and Brown the MOP.
Dallas Darling, Brunswick: The 6-foot guard produced one of the best rebounding performances on the weekend with 16 against New Town. The senior also led the Frederick County squad with 10 points and four assists.
Dax Miles, Dunbar: Limited by foul trouble in semifinals, Miles rebounded with 15 points and 11 rebounds in state title win over New Town. The 6-foot-3 guard totaled 21 points and 14 rebounds as Poets won their record 15th state championship.
Danny Shand, New Town: Junior was vital in team’s upset bid against Dunbar with 12 points and six rebounds before fouling out in the waning seconds. The 5-foot-11 guard totaled 29 points, 11 rebounds and six steals in two games at Comcast Center.
Gavaughn Trower, Washington: Forward posted double-double (12 points and 10 rebounds). The 6-foot-2 senior was major reason the Jaguars reached state final four for first time since 1975.