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Weekend wrap — Stoglin stands out

Terrell Stoglin had one of the best games of his senior season Friday night.

The Maryland point guard signee led Tucson (Ariz.) Santa Rita to an 81-72 win over Amphitheater.

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Star point guard Terrell Stoglin scored 38 points as the Eagles ended Amphitheater's 26-game winning streak - a far cry from a double-digit loss to the Panthers last month.• Terps combo guard commitment Pe'Shon Howard helped Oak Hill (Va.) Academy to a 79-78 win over St. Patrick (N.J.).

Maryland-bound Pe'Shon Howard led Oak Hill with 13 points at the break while 6-8 Roscoe Smith made his presence felt with three blocked shots and seven rebounds in the half.

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Check out Testudo Times' impressions of Howard's performance here.

• UM junior forward target Desmond Hubert's New Egypt (N.J.) squad dropped a 55-38 game to Willingboro.

New Egypt was led by Desmond Hubert (13 points, 10 blocked shots).

• OregonLive.com's Tim Brown caught up with former Maryland pledge Terrence Ross over the weekend. In this video interview, Ross reveals a top five of Kansas, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Washington and Oregon.

• Maryland women's small forward signee Alyssa Thomas scored 23 points in Central Dauphin (Pa.) High's 64-48 loss to Bergtraum. The future Terp surpassed the 2,000-point milestone.

The Maryland-bound senior, who added eight rebounds, is the first girls' basketball player from the midstate to reach the milestone since Central Dauphin's Jennifer Harris hit the mark in 2003.

Click on the YouTube player for video of Thomas and Central Dauphin playing against Harrisburg last week.

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