Posted On: 07/21/21 12:50 PM

The CHSL Playoffs Semifinals featured some intriguing matchups between high-academic private schools (Gonzaga and Bullis) and local rivals (DeMatha and Eleanor Roosevelt), with one of the main storylines being the young talent of each unit performing well in increased roles while teammates are competing in different AAU tournaments. Both games stayed within 10 for most of contest and included some of the best coaching in the area. 

I’ve loved what I’ve seen from ’23 CG Nick Viqueira (Pro Skills Basketball DMV) the last few weeks between DMV Live, Summer League, and AAU- he continues to showcase a versatile skillset that college coaches are beginning to notice. He is always in the right position for rebounds under the basket or on the perimeter, understands when to score and when to facilitate, and is deceptively quick while getting into passing lanes. He contributed 21 points, 13 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 steals on the night while leading his team to the championship game despite missing three starters. ’25 6’2 G Adrien Stevens was pushed into the starting rotation and also impressed, contributing 13 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 steals for his Bullis team. Stevens

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