Posted On: 12/22/19 3:20 PM

WALDORF, MD -- The Annual DMV Tip-Off Classic is in the books, and now its time to reflect on what we learned. Here are 7 takeaways from Saturday's event. 

11-0 ROOSEVELT LOOKS FORMIDABLE

Coach Rob Nickens and the Roosevelt Roughriders are currently unbeaten and have already beaten many of their DCIAA rivals. Marcel Gabriel, a 6-foot-4 senior forward, has been the heart and soul of this team so far this season and came up big with a double-double in their win over Gwynn Park. Coach Nickens has a deep rotation and it seems like a different guy steps up every game. Phillip Flegler, a class of 2022 guard, played lockdown defense and swiped 8 steals to go along with 11 points. 5-foot-9 senior guard Amadi Kane lit it up from behind the arc draining three treys on his way to scoring 14 points. There is still a lot of basketball to be played, but I'm sure Coach Nickens and his staff are pleased with the start. 

LED BY JOHNSON, FAIRMONT HEIGHTS SHOULD CONTEND IN 1A

Class of 2020 guard Keyshawn Johnson erupted for 21 points in the first 6 minutes of his team's win over Freedom. He finished with a

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