NOAH ROBINSON, CUTT NATION
HAMPTON, VA - The 2022 DMVelite Super Circuit came to a close on June 25-26 with the crowning of champions for the 11U-17U Divisions at the Boo Williams Sportsplex.
Cutt Nation captured the Super Circuit 15U crown Sunday afternoon with a 61-48 win over Slam City, led by 15 points from Concordia Prep (Md.) 2025 guard Noah Robinson.
“It feels good to know that after all the hard work we put in - the long nights and getting home late - just to finish at the top feels good,” Robinson said.
Here’s a look at standouts from the 15U Division’s final session:
NOAH ROBINSON, CUTT NATION
Robinson was strong all Session, averaging a 15U Division-leading 19.2 points per game. He posted 23 in a semifinal win over Team Silk, and closed with 15 in the title game, consistently getting to his spots against opposing defenses.
“My shooting and my finishing [are my strengths], mainly,” Robinson said. “I know how to get to the basket and I finish my shots. And my mid-range, sometimes, ’cause I have games where my midrange is the key to my other shots.”
CHRISTIAN OKEMPKA, CUTT NATION
Okempka was also solid all weekend in Hampton while averaging 10 points per game, including game-high 17 in the final.
TOSHI ELSTON, MAN II MAN SOLDIERS
Elston averaged 12.2 points per game to lead Man II Man to a 3-1 record in Session 4.
KOREY BLAIR, HC UNITED
Blair (Overlea 2025) averaged 15.5 points per game and hit a Division-leading 11 3-pointers.
RICH HALL, METRO ALL-STARS
Hall (Jackson-Reed 2025) made plays all over the floor in a 54-44 win over HC United on Sunday, finishing with 17 points to help Metro build a large early lead and then hold off an HC United comeback to pick up their first victory of Session 4.
Hall averaged a team-high 11.5 points per game for the weekend.
COLIN STEMBERGER, SLAM CITY
A tough 2026 guard, Stemberger was a consistent performer all weekend, averaging a team-high 13.6 points per game to help lead Slam City to the 15U title game.
ZIKOM ETOLUE, SLAM CITY
The 2027 forward more than held his own, averaging 12.4 points per game. He went for 22 in a 76-57 win over Nova 94 Feet Premier on Saturday.
JAZAE JONES, TEAM SILK
The Aberdeen (Md.) guard went for 22 points in a 65-55 win over HC United on Sunday, and ended Session 4 as his team’s leading scorer.
HARRISON DOCANTO, NOVA 94 FEET PREMIER
The 2025 forward from Stone Bridge (Va.) had his best performance on the Super Circuit in Hampton, averaging a team-high 15 points per game in Hampton.
JOSHUA HO, NOVA 94 FEET PREMIER
Coming off a breakout Session 3 performance in Wilmington, Ho (Robinson) was strong again offensively and on the boards for No 94 Feet. He averaged 10.3 points per game in Hampton
REGINALD RICHARDSON, SOMD ALL-STARS
Richardson posted a team-high 10.2 points per game and hit seven 3-pointers.
Stephen Barber, Slam City
Dewayne Campbell, Team MD Stars
Austin Carter, HC United
Maddox Cypress, SOMD All-Stars
William Frost, Team MD Stars II
Vernon Greer, Team MD Stars II
Sean Hall, Metro All-Stars
Tyler Holt, Metro All-Stars
Marlon Jenifer, Team Silk
Donovan Lloyd, SOMD All-Stars
Dominic Nguyen, Slam City
Jaden Simms, Team MD Stars
Kendrick Tche-Tafon, Tema MD Stars II
Bryan Vandiver, Cutt Nation
Luke Zach, Slam City