The Capital Classic is now in its 38th year, marking the longest high school all-star game in the country. The event is broken into four teams with the Suburban and District All-Stars squaring off in the first game and the Capital and U.S. All-Stars playing each other in the second game. The first game features talent from the Mid-Atlantic region including Maryland, Virginia and Washington D.C. and from Connecticut, Delaware, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania in the second game. Numerous top-50 guys played in the event this year.
Suburban All-Stars defeat District All-Stars making Capital Classic history
For the first time in Capital Classic history, the Suburban All-Stars defeated the District All-Stars, 104-97, on the back of game-MVP small forward Prince Okoroh (Eleanor Roosevelt High School) who recorded 16 points, five rebounds and two steals.
To read more about The Suburban All-Stars’ first-ever win, click here.
Jabarie Hinds joins the likes of Carmelo Anthony and LeBron James
Joining the likes of Carmelo Anthony (2002), LeBron James (2003), and Dwight Howard (2004), West Virginia-commit point guard Jabarie Hinds (Mount Vernon High School) won the MVP award in the Capital Classic as the United States All-Stars defeated the Capital All-Stars, 136-115.
To read more about Jabarie Hinds and the United States All-Star team in action, click here.