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B.J. Koubaroulis counts down the Top Plays from Week 9

Watch to find out which plays cracked the Top 10 and to see who earned the top spot. (Video by Nick Plum for Synthesis/Koubaroulis LLC / The Washington Post)

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February 8, 2016, 12:00 p.m. — High school basketball is well underway in the Washington, D.C. region. With plenty of action this week, we had plenty of plays to choose from for our Top 10.

Here are the Top 10 plays from the week:

No. 10: Eleanor Roosevelt’s Trent Bishop throws down the one-handed dunk.

No. 9: Friendship Collegiate’s Keon Queen gets the putback dunk.

No. 8: Gonzaga’s Chris Lykes nails the three while getting fouled for the four-point play.

No. 7: McLean’s Matt Livingston comes up with the pretty behind-the-back pass to Patrick Dolan.

No. 6: DeMatha’s Ryan Allen hooks up with Markelle Fultz for the alley oop.

No. 5: Springbrook’s DeAndre Briscoe comes up with two blocks from behind.

No. 4: Bethesda-Chevy Chase’s Tyjhai Byers posterizes a defender for the two-handed dunk.

No. 3: Langley’s Tavon Tarpley hits the game-winner with 7 seconds left against rival McLean.

No. 2: Madison’s Brett Wellde hits the game-winning three-pointer at the buzzer against South Lakes for the 51-50 win.

No. 1: Crossland’s Kelvin Sellman hits the full-court buzzer beater for the 69-66 win against Central.

It was a special week for basketball in the area, check back in next week to see more great plays.

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