February 17, 2012|By Matt Bracken | The Baltimore Sun
After suffering a broken bone in his left hand in December, Seth Allen's senior season appeared in doubt.
The Maryland-bound combo guard, however, wouldn't let an injury derail his final year of high school basketball. Allen returned to his Fredericksburg (Va.) Christian School squad Feb. 2, and is now averaging 18.6 points for the 20-5 Eagles.
InsideNOVA.com's David Fawcett this week wrote a lengthy profile on Allen, chronicling his injury, how he ended up at FCS, and much more. Click here to read the story, and watch the accompanied video below. * Maryland small forward signee Jake Layman guided his King Philip squad to a win Tuesday over Attleboro (Mass.).
Because the University of Maryland-bound Layman scored 27 points and fetched 13 rebounds, the Warriors held off the Bombardiers at the finish line 70-65 Tuesday in a wild Hockomock League clash.
“Coach Turgeon still has a lot of interest in me when Gary Williams left,” Anya told Five Star. “I think he's doing a great job recruiting right now and hopefully Maryland has a great team. They're on my list of schools as of right now.”
McDonogh senior Roman Braglio pinned his way to the heavyweight championship in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association wrestling tournament Saturday at Mount St. Joseph, leading the Eagles to their fifth team title since 2002.