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Big Weekend For High School Basketball and Football at Bowie State University

The annual Maryland Crab Bowl and the More Than Basketball, Ball 'til I Fall Showcase will take place at BSU over the weekend.

It's not every day that high school students get to play on university fields and courts, and this weekend there will be quite a bit of pre-collegiate activity at Bowie State.

To start off, on Saturday a company called More Than Basketball Management Group is putting on a high school basketball showcase called "Ball til I Fall" that will feature teams from around the region, including nearby Upper Marlboro.

Here's a schedule of the day's games:

12 p.m. - Suitland vs. Southern
2 p.m. -
Frederick Douglass vs. Spingarn
4 p.m. -
Riverdale Baptist vs. Polytech
6 p.m. -
Friendly vs. St. Mary's Ryken
8 p.m. -
Bishop McNamara vs.

Check back as the weekend goes on for a recap of the games and more details on the tournament.

The annual Maryland Crab Bowl, which is a high school all-star game with teams comprised of Baltimore area players facing off against a team of D.C. area players is set to kick off on Sunday at noon.

Historically speaking the Washington team has the advantage, taking home victories in both previous Crab Bowls in 2008 and 2009. Check out Bowie State's rundown of the event to see some of the players who are considered to be top prospects.

It's a great opportunity to see some of the best players in the state, and the college recruiters will be out scouring the field for their next star player to vet for their school. Tickets sold at the gate on Sunday will be $15, and there will be an additional $5 for parking. Check back Sunday evening for a game recap and photos.

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