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2014-15 VARSITY SEASON

 

JAN. 8, 2015- LOCO SPORTS NEWS.COM

Dondre Tillman

Junior Center

Potomac Falls Basketball

By Kyle Gotimer

In the month of December, Potomac Falls High School junior center Dondrea Tillman stepped up for his team as he registered, on average, more than 12 points and 8 rebounds per game including a 16 point, 11 rebound double-double performance in round two of the #BattleofRoute7 game against Dominion High School on Dec. 16.

“He has really soft hands for a big man. He can shoot from 15-20 feet and is a tremendous passer,” Potomac Falls head coach Jeff Hawes said. “He owns the paint with his size and tenacity around the rim. He is averaging close to a double-double and is one of the best post players in Conference 14.”

Tillman has a great work ethic, and it shows in his performance on and off the court. His awareness on the court is complimented by his counterpart, senior forward Wanya Allen. Tillman and Allen having been playing together since they were little and use their experience together as an advantage in their high school season.

[Tillman] works really hard everyday. He has tremendously improved since last year. He never ‘takes a day off’ in practice and his court awareness has improved two fold,” Hawes said.

Tillman and the Panthers begin conference play on Jan. 10 with a game against Freedom High School.

 

FEB.9, 2015- THE WASHINGTON POST.COM

Boys’ basketball: Jason Jolly’s last-second shot leads Stone Bridge past Potomac Falls


After Potomac Falls senior forward Wanya Allen tied the score at 60 with 55 seconds left, Stone Bridge (18-2, 9-0 Conference 14) decided to run as much clock as possible before taking the final shot.

At the 15-second mark, Jolly figured Coach Corey Stitzel would call a timeout. But Stitzel motioned for him to go. From there, Jolly wiggled his way around two Panthers defenders trying to trap him. He regrouped and drove into the paint before lifting up to attempt a shot with just a couple of seconds on the clock. Stitzel said that from his vantage point, the shot looked as if it would fall about “10 feet short.” But Jolly got enough arc on it to get the ball through the hoop. The Stone Bridge student section rushed the court, and all the Potomac Falls players could do was stare in disbelief.

Junior Dondrea Tillman scored 15 points to lead Potomac Falls (12-7, 6-2), while Allen had 13 and sophomore David Walls contributed eight.

 

FEB. 26, 2015- LOUDOUN TIMES.COM

All-Conference 14 basketball teams