Posted On: 10/14/19 5:52 PM

This Sunday I had the opportunity to make my way over to Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax County to watch some Fall League action from a couple of Northern Virginia squads. I got lucky and saw what will potentially be some of the top squads in the area this winter 

I caught the majority of South County and Madison, two teams equipped to make runs at a state title. Fall league can be difficult at times because there’s no plays or sets to run, but watching these players ball out today was fun. The Stallions managed to pull away late for the win, despite a late push from the Warhawks. Gabbi San Diego (PG, 2020) ran South County’s offense as expected, and shows no rust or signs in attacking the basket and scoring in the paint, despite being the smallest player on the floor. 

Madison’s guard duo of sisters Amalia (2021) and Tedi Makrigiorgos (2020) displayed good ball movement on the perimeter for the Warhawks and managed to get lots of good looks from three. If Madison is hitting those consistently this season, they will be a hard team to beat. They definitely aren't

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