Cedar Run District boys team capsules


2001-02 record: 9-15, 3-3

How season ended: Lost to Woodbridge 57-46 in Northwest Region quarterfinals

Coach: Mike Dufrene (Fifth year, 38-52 career record)

Key losses: G Robbie Stoltz (first-team all-district 11.3 ppg), F Marcus Belcher

Player to watch: Six-foot-1 senior forward Jamel Moore will be counted on from the outset with this Eagles’ team. He played a major role as Osbourn beat Stonewall and took Potomac to overtime in the 2002 district tournament.

Other key returners: F Brandon Oglesby (6-2, sr., 11.8 ppg, second-team all-district); G Robert Murray (5-7, jr.); G Kevin Arvai (6-0, jr.); F Kalair Montgomery-Haynes (6-2, jr.); G Charlie Swartz (5-10, soph.)

Promising newcomers: F Tim Ward (6-4, jr.); F Justin Williams (6-3, soph.)

Osbourn Park

2001-02 record: 8-14, 0-6

How season ended: Lost to Potomac 84-48 in district tournament semifinals

Coach: Danny Lawray (Third year, 16-28 career record)

Key loss: F/C Tommy Sandifer (second-team all-district)

Player to watch: Six-foot-3 junior guard James Broderick, who joined the Osbourn Park varsity team last December after starting the year at the junior varsity level, has improved to the point where he’s a key part of the Yellow Jackets’ outside game. He’s a threat from 3-point range. Other key returners: G Todd Brannan (6-2, sr.); G Michael Sprow (5-11, sr.); F Adam Hinton-Moore (6-4, sr.); G/F Jabari Hinton-Lee (6-3, sr.); C/F James Dagenhart (6-5, sr.); C/F Jon Pierce (6-5, jr., second-team all-district)

Promising newcomers: F Adam Cheyne (6-4, sr.); G Richard Riley (6-1, jr.); G Jason Myers (6-3, jr.); C Zak Stair (6-6, jr.); F David Beachy (6-4, jr.); F/C Chris Fleming (6-6, soph.)


2001-02 record: 22-6, 6-0

How season ended: Lost to George Wythe 73-53 in Group AAA state semifinals

Coach: Kendall Hayes (18th year, 322-107 career record)

Key losses: F Ian Sumers (area player of the year, first-team all-district, 14.5 ppg), F Eric Sidberry (12.3 ppg), G Gary Price (now playing football at VMI)

Player to watch: Jason Flagler, a 6-4 junior forward, was the Panthers’ most explosive wing player last season. The first-team all-district and all-region choice averaged 14.8 ppg. He is rated the 16th best junior in the state by VirginiaPreps.com.

Other key returners: F Tyrell Freeman (6-4, sr.); G Reggie Rodriguez (5-7, sr.); G Bryan Butler (5-10, jr., 13.9 ppg)

Promising newcomers: G Germain Williams (5-10, sr., transfer from Archbishop Carroll, Washington D.C.); G Eric Hayes (6-1, fr.)

Stonewall Jackson

2001-02 record: 6-16, 3-3

How season ended: Lost to Osbourn 56-37 in district tournament first round

Coach: Marcus Lawrence (Third year, 10-34 career record)

Key losses: G Sean Russell (12.0 ppg, second-team all-district), F Doug Gernat

Player to watch: Tyc Snow, a 5-foot-7 senior point guard, missed much of the preseason with a bruised foot. When healthy, he has the ability to run the Raiders’ offense or to score points in bunches. Snow (12.2 ppg) was a first-team all-district player in 2001-02.

Other key returners: G Onyie Onunaku (6-4, sr.); F-C Corey Wheeler (6-3, sr.); G Adam Woodward (6-0, jr.); F Christopher Mpembele (6-1, jr.)

Promising newcomers: None

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