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Dream Team plans two tryouts The Maryland Magic Dream Team has scheduled two tryouts for its boys' and girls' AAU and summer youth basketball teams for players age 9 to 16. March 9 and 11 at Frederick Douglass High School in Upper Marlboro. Players with prior experience playing team basketball are encouraged to try out. Maryland Dream Team works to develop players' athletic, social and interpersonal skills. For information, call Lawanna Dowtin at 301 952 0188 or Darlene Fulwood at 301 599 1889. Marlboro Track, a Marlboro Boys' and Girls' Club sponsored program, will be registering athletes for the upcoming track season. Marlboro Track, is a competitive full track and field program which strives to continue its tradition of fostering the development of Multi talented athletes. The program is open to boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 18. to noon. Lerenzo Foote provided an MVP performance to lead Hillcrest to the title. Brandon Williams Price, Maurice Thompson and Tracey Glover led a scrappy defensive effort that also saw contributions from Kaire Flythe, Jovon Jackson and Kory Anding. Malik McGill and Mikail Borders also helped provide pressure defense, while Sheldon Williams, Juanberto Josey and Nicholas Robinson were busy collecting rebounds. Unselfish offensive play and sharp shooting by Foote and Flythe helped Hillcrest beat Upper Marlboro to win the title, 15 9. In its two most recent league games, Hillcrest Heights defeated Stephen Decatur Community Center and Tucker Road in Southern Area Community Center Eastern Conference play. The 19 0 victory against Tucker Road raised Hillcrest Heights' record to 7 0. Foote and Flythe both scored several easy baskets, taking advantage of Tucker Road's overmatched man to man defense. A strong defensive effort helped Hillcrest Heights dominate the game. The team returns to action with its next game against Upper Marlboro Community Center. March 7 and 14 at Forestville High School. BallSkills is a member of the Potomac Valley AAU organization. The club specializes in player development through coaching and fundamental skill development. The club is committed to preparing girls for competitive play on the regional and national levels. For information, call Michael Harrison or Gary Lumpkin at 301 249 7618. Maryland Team Excel is conducting tryouts for the upcoming AAU basketball season. Team Excel will be looking for girls to play on its national level and developmental teams. Team Excel is also looking for coaches with previous experience to coach in both divisions. For information about Team Excel or the tryouts, call Diane Richardson at 301 332 8018 or Hank Lloyd at 301 249 0429. The Ten Star All Star Summer Basketball Camp is accepting applications for its invitational only events. Boys and girls ages 10 to 19 are eligible. The camps will be held during the summer in several locations throughout the country, including Baltimore, Lock Haven, Pa., and Blacksburg, Va. For information, call 704 373 0873. Spring break hoops tourney scheduled The Oxon Hill Boys and Girls Club will host the Keep the Ball Rolling Spring Break Basketball Tournament April 2 4 for all teams ages 5 to 17 18. Teams from B, AA, AAA, clubs, AAU B and AA teams will compete at their level. There will be a five minute Peewee exhibition at halftime. Team entry fee is $100, and $50 for Peewees. Each team is guaranteed to play two games. Cashier's checks, money orders and organizational checks should be made payable to the Oxon Hill Boys and Girls Club. Registration deadline is March 20. PLCC beats Stephen Decatur in overtime In overtime Saturday afternoon at the Glassmanor Community Center, the Potomac Landing Community Center boys' basketball team A defeated the Stephen Decatur C team, 40 31. Stephen Decatur opened the scoring with an early 3 0 lead. PLCC rallied and went ahead, 11 10, at the intermission. For much of the second half, it became a back and forth contest until PLCC extended its lead at eight points with 3:45 to go in regulation. At 2:20 remaining in the fourth quarter, Stephen Decatur made its move. Trailing 27 to 21, it stormed back, outscoring PLCC 8 2 and to close out regulation play with a 29 29 tie. In the overtime, PLCC went on an 11 2 run to win the game.