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Weekly recruiting roundup

Sterling Gibbs is just one win away from ending his high school career with a state championship.

The Maryland-bound point guard turned in a clutch performance for Seton Hall Prep on Wednesday night in the Pirates' 55-47 win over St. Peter's Prep in the North Jersey Non-Public A tournament championship game.

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Senior Sterling Gibbs, who connected on 10 of 13 free throws in overtime, led Seton Hall with 23 points and junior Dallas Anglin chipped in with 17 points, hitting four 3-pointers.

Gibbs will lead Seton Hall Prep against St. Augustine Prep on Saturday for the Non-Public A title.• With North Carolina coach Roy Williams watching from the stands, the high school career of Desmond Hubert came to an end. The Terps center target's New Egypt High squad suffered a 49-47 loss to Asbury Park in the Central Jersey Group I final Tuesday night.

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Hubert led the Warriors with 19 points to go along with 15 rebounds and eight blocked shots.

• DeMatha center Bee Jay Anya played well in front of several college coaches on hand for the Stags' 52-50 win over Theodore Roosevelt on Monday night.

Among colleges represented were Maryland, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Georgetown, George Mason, Xavier, Temple and St. John's. Ohio State assistant coach Dave Dickerson, the former Maryland player and longtime assistant coach, also was there.

Football recruiting

• The Maryland football program has reportedly landed its first two commitments of the 2012 class. According to InsideMDSports.com, Good Counsel offensive lineman Mike Madaras and McDonogh defensive end Roman Braglio have both pledged to the Terps. Check back with Recruiting Report later for more on their commitments.

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