On March 22, 2020

Fairfax High School

3500 Old Lee Hwy, Fairfax, VA 22030


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CANCELLED 3/13/20- After consulting with all appropriate authorities and following Fairfax County Public School guidelines, we unfortunately have to cancel this year’s Nova Challenge. Obviously, this is much bigger than basketball. We congratulate all on another great hoops season. Please take care, and we look forward to seeing you in the future.


The 7th Annual DMVSTREAM.COM Nova Challenge will again showcase the top public school boys basketball players from Loudoun, Fairfax, Arlington, Alexandria, and Prince William in three all-star games, a slam dunk contest, and a three point contest.  Festivities begin at 1 pm with the inaugural Underclassmen game. Prince William seniors will then take on seniors from Fairfax at 2:30 pm.  The three point and dunk contests follow at 4 pm, and the final game between seniors from Loudoun and Arlington/Alexandria begins at 5 pm. The charity event has raised over $12,000 for Friends of Wounded Warriors, Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter, Alternative House, Frederick Douglass Elementary (Leesburg), and Best Buddies (Centreville HS and Fairfax HS).

Fairfax High School

Sunday, March 22nd


1:00 pm = Underclassmen game

2:30 pm= Prince William Seniors vs. Fairfax Seniors

4:00 pm = 3 point and Dunk Contest

5:00 pm = Loudoun Seniors vs. Arlington/Alexandria Seniors



Click here for pictures from last year’s event –   


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Loudoun County
• Alex Fitch- Rock Ridge (Millersville)
• Ian Anderson-Potomac Falls (CNU)
• Chandler Tuten- Tuscarora (Guilford)
• Brett Asbury- Riverside (Moravian Prep)
• Evan Buckley-Stone Bridge (Duquesne)
• Patrick Smedley- Broad Run (U. Mary Washington)
• Dalton Young- John Champe (Lax at Richmond)
• Robby Adams- Loudoun Valley (Lax at CNU)
• Moustapha Sene- Heritage (Ferrum)
• Ben Kling – Stone Bridge (Salisbury)
• Dom Peterson – Loudoun Valley (Hood)
• Cam Corbett – Loudoun County (Football at Fairmont State)
• Jalen Williams – Loudoun Valley (Potomac State CC)
• Zyan Collins – Freedom (Cal. Of Pa.)
• Willie Jordan – Broad Run (Football at Fairmont State)
• Anthony Cooper -Broad Run (South Kent Prep)
• Brian Sweeney – Potomac Falls (Hampden Sydney College)
• David Walls – Potomac Falls (Garrett College)
• Zach Garrett – Heritage (GMU/Shenandoah)
• Nick Ball – Loudoun Valley (Marymount)
• Chris Chapman – Heritage (Hampden Sydney)
• Mike Elliott- Dominion (NVCC)
• Duron Norris – Loudoun Valley (Shepherd for football)
• Dom Fragala – Champe (Niagara/Howard CC)
• Christian Sweazie – Potomac Falls (Fairmont State)
• Drew Johnson – Broad Run (UMW)
• Jaleel Robinson – Broad Run (Millersville U. for football)
• Jamel Howard – Tuscarora (Eastern Mennonite)
• Zach Burdick- Champe (William and Mary for football)
• Zach Collins – Freedom (Wheeling Jesuit)
• Kyle Copeland – Tuscarora (Holy Cross)
• Kuony Deng – Champe (Football at Cal U)
• Lucas Martin- Briar Woods (Salisbury)
• Jason Jolly – Stone Bridge (Fairmont State)
• Wanya Allen – Potomac Falls (Shepherd University for football)
• Quad Borup – Loudoun County (Uni. Of South Carolina)
• Jordan Roach- Tuscarora (CNU- Basketball and Track)
• Travis Fulgham – Broad Run (ODU for football)
• Paul Rowley – Loudoun Valley (William and Mary)
• Tony Richardson – Dominion (Cal. Uni. of PA)
• Jeff Rhodes – Champe (Marymount)
• Ryan Lam- Briar Woods (Guilford)
• Colin Jeffrey (Guilford)
Fairfax County
• Matias Prock- McLean (Fork Union Military Academy)
• Cam Savage- South Lakes (Barton)
• Cody Mains- W.T. Woodson (Air Force Academy)
• Bryce Douglas- Centreville (Notre Dame – Ohio)
• Micah Johnson-Parrotte Oakton (Bridgewater)
• Derek Smith- Chantilly (Cal. Uni. Of PA)
• John Finney- Madison (JMU for football)
• Daniel Deaver- Marshall (US Naval Academy)
• Chinguun Ganbold- W.T. Woodson (Hampden Sydney)
• Gabe Kier – West Springfield (Millersville)
• Aaron Darab – Madison (College of Saint Vincent)
• Matt Urbach – WT Woodson (JMU/CNU)
• Ryan Robinson – Marshall (Dickinson)
• Greg Rowson -Robinson (Mary Washington)
• Braedon Johnson – Oakton (Johns Hopkins)
• Nate Spurlock -WT Woodson (MMA/Jefferson University)
• Emmanuel Aghyere – South Lakes (Shepherd)

• Dontae Johnson – Annandale (York)
• Michael Griffin –Herndon (Lynchburg)
• Corey Pelham (Lake Braddock)- Va. Wesleyan
• Sami El-Rafey – Langley (Bridgewater)
• Jordan James –Marshall (Wesleyan)
• Jack Foley – Marshall (Augusta/St.Mary’s)
• Marcus Cherry – South Lakes (Massanutten Military)
• Nick Albert – Prep School in NC
• Jason Aigner – WT Woodson (CNU)
• Liam Harrington – Herndon (CNU)
• Chas Battaglia – Langley (Dickinson)
• Simon Mulaa – WT Woodson (Slippery Rock)
• Matt Ayoub – Woodson (St. Mary’s College)
• James Butler- Lake Braddock (US Naval Academy/LaSalle)
• Lewis Djonkam- West Springfield (VCU)
• Blake Francis- Westfield (Wagner/Richmond)
• Taiga Walker – Madison (Marymount)
• Tavon Tarpley- Langley (Hawaii Pacific)
• Alex McNaughton- Fairfax (Salisbury U)
• Nate Shafer- Langley (Swarthmore College)
• Tyler Barton – Fairfax (Lower Columbia College -WA.)
• Sekai Walker – Madison (University of Mary Washington)
• Nate Roberts – Fairfax (CNU)
• Eric Bowles – Woodson (Central Connecticut State University)
• Tyvez Monroe – Edison (Augusta University)
• John Ukpaiama – Edison (Penn State- Harrisburg)
• Brandon Kamga – South Lakes (Northeastern/High Point)
• Austin Hall – Annandale (University of Mary Washington)
• Jack Ferguson – McLean (Salisbury University)
• John Cronin – West Springfield (University of Mary Washington)
• Jacob Williams – Westfield (University of Mary Washington)
• DeMornay Pierson-El – West Potomac (Nebraska for football)
• Dre Puryear – South Lakes (Brewton-Parker)
• Kent Auslander – Herndon (University of Maryland)
• Spencer Marin – West Springfield (Christopher Newport)
• Marcus Brumsley – Edison (San Diego CC)
• Garrett Collier- Langley (Denison U)

Prince William
• Antwi Asante- Gar-field (Clarke U)
• Darryl Garib- Forest Park (Wilson)
• Kylique Walker- Osbourn Park (Marymount)
• Devon Parrish- Patriot (CNU)
• Jakai Moore- Patriot (USC for football)
• Jaylen William- Potomac (Shenandoah)
• Ike Onwuka – Patriot (Hampton U for football)
• Marcus Stephens – Hylton (St. Thomas Aquinas)
• Jordan Gibson – Stonewall (Presbyterian)
• Drake Marshall – Patriot (Wilkes)
• Rodney Graves – Colgan (Medaille)
• Brayden Gault – Battlefield (Belmont Abbey/Roanoke)
• Kaeleb Carter – Colgan (UVA-Wise)
• Derrick Hopkins – Woodbridge (Washington Adventist)
• Connor Withers- Osbourn (UMass-Lowell)
• Will Bounds – Battlefield (Slippery Rock)
• Dwayne Hill – Hylton (Eastern Mennonite)
• James West IV – Freedom (Mt. St. Mary’s)
• Imrie Worley – Woodbridge (Barton)
• Anthony Pearson – Osbourn (Hood)
• Shonari Street – Battlefield (Clayton State)
• Nana Opoku – Potomac (Mt. St. Mary’s)
• Jamal Washington – Potomac (Millersville)
• Ely Camp – Potomac (Garret CC)
• Joe Davis – Battlefield (Mt. Olive)
• Kohlby Washington – Woodbridge (Winston Salem State)
• Chris Knight – Garfield (Garrett CC)
• Jeff Gordon – Potomac (Barton)
• Blake Pagon – Battlefield (Stanford)
• Jerry Carter- Hylton (Mt. Olive)
• Tyland Crawford – Hylton (North Greenville U/NVCC)
• Brian White- Hylton (Randolph)
• Keaton Simmons – Stonewall Jackson (Miami Dade CC)
• Rashaan Bean – Forest Park (Wilson)
• Garrett Cook- Patriot (Fairmont State)
• Cameron Robinson- Woodbridge (Mt. Olive)
Alexandria/Arlington Team
• Noah Bullock- South County (Lynchburg)
• Jake Latta- South County (CNU)
• Daryl Mackey Jr- West Potomac (Woodstock Prep)
• Jaquan Johnson-Terry T.C. Williams (PGCC)
• Shannon Harrigan- West Potomac (NVCC)
• Mike Joiner- Hayfield (Seton Hill)
• Jared Watkins- Wakefield (Richard Bland CC)
• Chris Warner- Wakefield (DME Sports)
• Chris Ozgo
• Brandon Powe – South County
• Shuland Williams – Edison
• Lukas Hatcher – Wakefield
• Monte Richardson – Hayfield (Football at Livingstone)
• Amari Cooper – Wakefield
• Seth Dunn – South County (Football at W&M)
• Noah Barnes – Jefferson (Cal Tech)
• Marquis Washington – Edison
• Stanley Adjei – West Potomac
• Elisha Amoako – Mount Vernon
• Quinton Millora-Brown – South County (Vanderbilt)
• EJ Johnson – South County (Lacrosse at Hampton)
• Halil Parks –Wakefield (Notre Dame –Ohio)
• Alan Treakle – Wakefield (Mt. Olive)
• Khalil Williams-Diggins – West Potomac (Harford CC)
• Da’Jon Bellfield – West Potomac (Football at UVA – Wise)
• Idaresit Ekpuk – West Potomac (UMW)
• Nate Avery – South County (Chesapeake CC)

Past Events

Previous NOVA Challenge Results

2019 RESULTS at Fairfax HS
Fairfax- 126 vs. Loudoun- 117
Fairfax MVP: Daniel Deaver (Marshall)
Loudoun MVP: Ian Anderson (Potomac Falls)
Arlington/Alexandria- 126 vs. Prince William-108
Arlington/Alexandria: Jaquan Johnson-Terry (TC Williams)
Prince William MVP: Jon Hylton (Osbourn)
Dunk Champion: Daryl Mackey Jr (West Potomac)
Three Point Champion: Derek Smith (Chantilly)

2018 RESULTS at Centreville HS
Fairfax- 108 vs. Arlington/Alexandria- 99
Fairfax MVP: Emmanuel Aghayere (South Lakes)
Arlington/Alexandria MVP: Quentin Millora-Brown (South County)
Prince William-118 vs. Loudoun- 97
Prince William MVP: Brayden Gault (Battlefield)
Loudoun MVP: Zyan Collins (Freedom-South Riding)
Dunk Champion: Amari Cooper (Wakefield)
Three Point Champion: Colter Carton (Langley)

2017 RESULTS at Riverside HS
Prince William- 126 vs. Fairfax- 108
Prince William MVP: Nana Opoku (Potomac)
Fairfax MVP: Jason Aigner (WT Woodson)
Loudoun-130 vs. Arlington/Alexandria- 126
Loudoun MVP: Dom Fragala (Champe)
Arlington/Alexandria MVP: Alan Treakle (Wakefield)
Dunk Champion: Nana Opoku (Potomac)
Three Point Champion: Alpha Kamara (Mount Vernon)

2016 RESULTS at Marshall HS
Prince William- 110 vs. Arlington/Alexandria- 107
Prince William MVP: Cameron Robinson (Woodbridge)
Arlington/Alexandria MVP: Lewis Djonkam (West Springfield)
Fairfax- 108 vs. Loudoun- 101
Fairfax MVP: Blake Francis (Westfield)
Loudoun MVP: Colin Jachimowski (Stone Bridge)
Slam Dunk Champion: William Unterkofler (Centreville)
Three Point Champion: Jerry Carter (Hylton)

2015 RESULTS at Rock Ridge HS
Fairfax- 122 vs. Loudoun- 110
Fairfax MVP: Tyvez Monroe (Edison)
Loudoun MVP: Jason Jolly (Stone Bridge)
Slam Dunk Champion: Tyler Barton (Fairfax)
Three Point Champion: Jason Jolly (Stone Bridge)

2014 RESULTS at Centreville HS
Loudoun- 125 vs. Fairfax- 115
Loudoun MVP: Travis Fulgham (Broad Run)
Fairfax MVP: DeMornay Pierson-El (West Potomac)
Slam Dunk Champion: Jordan Roach (Tuscarora)
Three Point Champion: Joseph Richards (West Potomac)



What is the 2017 Nova Challenge?

The DMVSTREAM.COM Nova Challenge, April 10, 2016


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