Join us, together with the legendary Buck Williams and Steve Buckhantz as we raise scholarship funds to help our students.
steve buckhantz
Voice of the Wizards
Steve Buckhantz
With over 40 years of broadcasting experience, including over a quarter-century in the Nation's Capital, Steve Buckhantz is one of the longest tenured sportscasters in the Metropolitan area. A five-time Emmy award winner, including the honor for Wizards play-by-play in 2015, Buckhantz is in his 19th season as the television voice of the Wizards on Comcast SportsNet.

In 2011, Buckhantz was inducted into The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences National Capital Chapter Silver Circle, honoring those who have made significant contributions to the broadcast industry over the span of 25 years or more in the National Capital region.
buck williams
Legendary NBA All-Star; U of MD Hall-of-Famer
One of the steadiest and most productive players ever to play in the NBA, Buck Williams had a stellar career as a four time NBA All-Star, and is one of only seven men ever to record 16,000 points and 13,000 rebounds. Highlighting a standout career at the University of Maryland: he was named 1979 ACC Rookie of the Year; lead the NCAA in rebounding twice; was named all ACC twice; and was a member of the USA Men's Olympic team for the 1980 Moscow Games. Buck was the third pick in the NBA draft in 1982, joining the New Jersey Nets and was named the NBA's Rookie of the Year, averaging 15 points per game and 12 rebounds. The Nets made the playoffs in Buck's first three seasons, and he was an NBA All-Star in those seasons as well. Remarkably, 27 years later, he remains the Nets' all-time leader in points scored, rebounds, and games and minutes played.
Buck Williams
We are grateful to Mr. Williams for joining our effort to raise funds for education, and we could hope for no finer person to represent the great values of education, sportsmanship, and the belief in enabling children to reach their fullest potential.