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Logan Downes scored 52 varsity points as a freshman. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

The hunt for history continues.

My obsession with tracking individual scoring totals for all 104 seasons of Coupeville High School boys basketball will never be fully satisfied.

I know that. I accept that we’ll probably never uncover a treasure trove of stats from the 1930’s.

Or will we???

As the pandemic-altered 2021 campaign played out, we also picked up one of the holy grails — a complete tabulation of scoring totals for the 1953-54 Wolves.

That was one of two missing seasons (1951-52, you still elude me…) which would have a measurable impact on the career scoring charts, so it’s a major step forward.

Now, we have a final answer on totals for Jack Elzinga and Jerry Zylstra, and are just a season short of fully documenting Tom Sahli’s standout career.

As I played my game of Indiana Jones and the Temple of (Possibly) Doomed Stats, the modern-day Wolves also shook up the career scoring list.

Ten of the 13 CHS players to score this season were first-timers, lifting us to 402 boys we’ve been able to document rippling the net in a varsity contest.

Of the three returning scorers, Xavier Murdy and Hawthorne Wolfe made the biggest jumps, with Hawk vaulting from #58 to #24 all-time while averaging 21 points a night across 12 games as a junior.

It’s an ever-changing list, but as of June 17, 2021, here’s we sit — all 76,595 points I’ve been to able to track down.

Active players are in bold:

 

Jeff Stone – 1137
Mike Bagby – 1137
Randy Keefe – 1088
Jeff Rhubottom – 1012
Mike Criscuola – 979
Bill Riley – 934
Pete Petrov – 917
Brad Sherman – 874
Denny Clark – 869
Arik Garthwaite – 867

Bill Jarrell – 855
Hunter Smith – 847
Corey Cross – 811
Jack Elzinga – 770
Barry Brown – 769
Hunter Hammer – 755
Steve Whitney – 730
Dan Nieder – 729
Tom Sahli – 719 (**MISSING SEASON**)
Chris Good – 688

Gavin Keohane – 677
Virgil Roehl – 674
Foster Faris – 668
Hawthorne Wolfe – 662
Pat Bennett – 659
Wade Ellsworth – 659
Jason McFadyen – 654
Rich Morris – 637
Kramer O’Keefe – 636
Wiley Hesselgrave – 632

John O’Grady – 611
Greg White – 604
Joe Whitney – 601
Brian Miller – 597
Mike Syreen – 594
Gabe McMurray – 592
Pat Clark – 583
Randy Duggan – 552
Roy Marti – 551
Jim Syreen – 550

Marc Bissett – 549
Denny Zylstra – 538
Jerry Zylstra – 527
Brad Miller – 526
Gary Faris – 524
JJ Marti – 520
Cody Peters – 518
David Lortz – 502
Jason Bagby – 499
Pat O’Grady – 472

Harold Buckner – 469
Sean Dillon – 469
Frank Marti – 462
Gary Hammons – 443
Del O’Shell – 440
Tony Ford – 432
Caleb Powell – 421
Mason Grove – 414
Ben Biskovich – 407
Casey Clark – 407

Nick Sellgren – 406
Blaine Ghormley – 393
Tom Logan – 385
James Smith – 382
Don Cook – 377
Chad Gale – 373
Mike Millenbach – 373
JD Wilcox – 373
Ty Blouin – 369
Caesar Kortuem – 369

Ray Harvey – 368
Pat Brown – 355
Dick Smith – 352
Ethan Spark – 352
Glenn Losey – 350
Timm Orsborn – 345
Robin Larson – 342
Byron Fellstrom – 340
Kevin Faris – 339
Michael Vaughan – 337

Jim Yake – 331
Aaron Trumbull – 330
Brad Brown – 328
Charlie Tessaro – 328
Utz Conard – 326
Ian Smith – 324
David Ford – 323
Bob Rea – 320
Chris Marti – 319
Gabe Wynn – 316

Nick Streubel – 314
Ben Hayes – 306
Allen Black – 305
Noah Roehl – 301
Blake Day – 299
Noel Criscuola – 298
John Beasley – 293
Risen Johnson – 291
Brian Fakkema – 290
Matt Frost – 290

Mike Mallo – 282
Keith Jameson – 277
Terry Roberts – 277
Kit Manzanares – 275
Boom Phomvongkoth – 275
Zepher Loesch – 274
Alex Evans – 272
Aaron Curtin – 271
Tyler King – 270
Joe Tessaro – 270

Eric Hopkins – 265
Harvey Wainio – 265
Rick Keefe – 259
Troy Blouin – 256
Sean Callahan – 256
Greg Fellstrom – 248
Casey Larson – 247
Don Schreiber – 247
Brandon Huff – 245
Richard Hammons – 240

Brad Haslam – 235
Sean Toomey-Stout – 235
Geoff Hageman – 227
Curt Youderian – 226
Xavier Murdy – 221
Ed Wood – 219
Rich Vaughan – 219
Joel Walstad – 217
Richard Cook – 216
Ryan Keefe – 214

Jordan Ford – 210
Andrew Mouw – 204
Vance Huffman – 203
Tim Quenzer – 202
Alan Hancock – 198
Shawn Ryan – 197
Mitch Aparicio – 195
Trevor Tucker – 194
Roy Mattox – 191
Dale Sherman – 188

Scott Stuurmans – 188
Pat Millenbach – 181
Wayne Hardie – 178
Chris Cox – 177
Evan Tingstad – 177
Jerry VandWerfhorst – 177
Anthony Bergeron – 176
Mike Ankney – 173
John Engstrom – 173
Ron Naddy – 172

Dale Libbey – 169
Roger Sherman – 168
Tim Walstad – 168
Randy Blindauer – 166
Mark Bepler – 165
Chad Brookhouse – 163
Jered Brown – 156
Monty Moore – 155
Geoff Wacker – 154
Bill Baas – 153

Ulrik Wells – 152
Jim Faris – 151
Steve Konek – 149
Gavin O’Keefe – 149
Ryan McManigle – 148
Ryan Griggs – 147
Hugh Abell – 145
George Libbey – 142
Craig Anderson – 132
Scott Franzen – 129

Ben Etzell – 127
Gavin Knoblich – 126
Len Buckner – 125
Brian Shank – 125
Joey Lippo – 121
Jessie Smith – 119
Sandy Roberts – 118
Scott McGraw – 116
Christian Townsdin – 116
Mitch Pelroy – 115

Taylor Ebersole – 114
Eric Taylor – 112
Jim Casey – 111
Jacobi Pilgrim – 111
Brian Barr – 108
Joe Donellon – 101
Jason McManigle – 101
Bryan Hamilton – 99
Brian Knoll – 98
Morgan Payne – 96

Christian Lyness – 95
Koa Davison – 94
Grady Rickner – 94
Ted Weber – 91
Hunter Downes – 89
James Meek – 89
Dan Miller – 89
Steve Bissett – 87
Andrew Cashen – 87
Carson Risner – 86

John Sinema – 86
Nick Morris – 83
Roy Armstrong – 80
Cameron Toomey-Stout – 80
Caleb Valko – 78
Ross Buckner – 77
Matt Shank – 77
JJ Johnson – 76
Duane Score – 76
Quinten Farmer – 75

Matt Ortega – 75
Mike Ellsworth – 74
Don Spangler – 72
John Zimmerman – 72
Joe Bruzas – 71
Jason Fisher – 71
Tony Prosser – 70
Les Jacobson – 69
Tom Conard – 68
Dean Grasser – 68

Matt Bepler – 67
Zack Swerdfeger – 66
Ron Lanphere – 65
Sage Downes – 64
Ben Hancock – 63
Randy Stone – 63
Mike Brown – 62
Jason McDavid – 62
Jeremy Staples – 62
Brian Hageman – 61

Erik King – 61
David Davis – 60
Tom Mueller – 59
Brandy Ambrose – 58
Sam Kieth – 58
Steve Smith – 58
Martin Walsh – 58
Matt Helm – 57
Dennis Terrell – 57
Drew Chan – 56

DeAndre Mitchell – 56
Daniel Olson – 56
Ellis Schultz – 56
Dave Stoddard – 56
CJ Smith – 54
Larry Zylstra – 54
Logan Downes – 52
Asa Owensby – 52
Marc Aparicio – 51
Chris Chan – 51

Joe Kelley – 51
Marvin Darst – 50
Troy Hurlburt – 49
Alex Murdy – 49
Stanley Bruzas – 48
Dalton Engle – 48
Jerry Helm – 48
Dalton Martin – 47
Eddie Fasolo – 45
Doug Speers – 45

Banky Fisher – 44
Keith Dunnagan – 42
Gaylord Stidham – 41
Erick Harada – 40
James Jorgensen – 40
Nevin Miranda – 40
Jeff Thomas – 40
John Wyatt – 40
John Moskeland – 39
Danny Bonacci – 36

Chuck Ruthford – 36
Charlie Toth – 36
Jim Marti – 35
Zeb Williams – 35
Robert Cushen – 34
Dante Mitchell – 34
Sid Mudgett – 34
Dave Brandt – 33
Ryan Kelley – 33
Brian Roundy – 32

Richard Barber – 31
Joe Libbey – 31
Logan Martin – 31
Ray Cook – 29
Tim Leese – 29
Ralph Lindsay – 29
Kyle Rockwell – 29
Rick Marti – 28
Toby Martinez – 28
Daniel McDonald – 28

Joe Rojas – 28
Todd Smith – 28
Scott Sollars – 28
Richard Benson – 27
Mike Duke – 27
John Holmes – 26
Lewis Berry – 25
Mark Short – 25
Tim Youderian – 25
Jared Helmstadter – 24

Trent Diamanti – 23
Trevor Mueller – 22
Dan Schleiffers – 22
Jay Roberts – 21
Dustin Van Velkinburgh – 21
Matt Douglas – 20
Jordan Emerson – 20
Dane Lucero – 20
Dean Strom – 20
Scott Fisher – 19

Scott Losey – 19
Bud Merryman – 19
Matt Petrich – 19
Jason Raymond – 19
Rob Blouin – 18
Rick Keith – 18
Marvin Mitchell – 18
Guy Walker – 18
Gary Boyke – 17
Jim Keith – 17

Jean Lund-Olsen – 17
Cedric McIntosh – 17
TJ Rickner – 17
Rick Frieze – 16
Chad Nixon – 16
Josh Wilsey – 16
Steven Cope – 15
Eric Dyer – 15
Mike Lester – 15
Brad Rogers – 15

Jonathan Valenzuela – 15
Henry Edwards – 14
Todd Brown – 13
DJ Kim – 13
LaVerne Arnold – 12
Mike Eaton – 12
Guy George – 12
Kole Kellison – 12
Glen Lanphere – 12
Desmond Bell – 11

Bill Hamilton – 11
Ken Pickard – 11
Jon Roberts – 11
Chris Squires – 11
Ben Winkes – 11
Ron Edwards – 10
Travis Hooker – 10
Daniel Graham – 9
Kyle King – 9
Bruce Seiger – 9

Jimmy Sullivan – 9
Fred Wyatt – 9
Erik Anderson – 8
Dave Bowers – 8
Rob Fasolo – 8
Kraig Gordon – 8
Cody Roberts – 8
Robert Shafer – 8
Dave Wells – 8
Charlie Cook – 7

Bobby Engle – 7
Brian Folkestad – 7
Wayne Hesselgrave – 7
Ed Cook – 6
Tucker Hall – 6
Chuck Hardee – 6
Kevin King – 6
Robert Kirkwood – 6
George Smith – 6
Nic Anthony – 5

Ariah Bepler – 5
Scott Davidson – 5
JD Myers – 5
Nate Steele – 5
Andrew Bird – 4
Bill Boze – 4
Miles Davidson – 4
Ralph Engle – 4
Jason Legat – 4
Morgan Roehl – 4

Rusty Bailey – 3
Luke Currier – 3
Frank Mueller – 3
Tracy Wilson – 3
Teo Benson – 2
Norm Enders – 2
Chris Locke – 2
Jeremy McCormick – 2
Rich McCormick – 2
Denny Moss – 2

Tony Sherman – 2
Marion Sill – 2
Stephen Stietenroth – 2
Robbie Wanamaker – 2
Cole White – 2
Paul Baher – 1
Bill Engle – 1
Robert Engle – 1
Bob Franzen – 1
Meryl Gordon – 1

Oscar Liquidano – 1
Raleigh Sherman – 1

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Cole White, seconds away from burying a jumper. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

The basket keeps jumping, the totals on the scoreboard keep advancing.

With two varsity games left to play — Tuesday at home against Darrington — the four Coupeville High School basketball squads have combined to score 1,502 points during this pandemic-altered season.

Three guys have cracked the 100-point barrier, with another one having a chance to do so in the finale.

What does it all mean?

That scoring is the easiest stat to track in basketball, and it makes for good chatter when you compare numbers.

Buckets equals page views. Simple as that.

Scoring totals through June 13:

 

Varsity girls
(11 games):

Audrianna Shaw 76
Izzy Wells 56
Savina Wells 53
Maddie Georges 30
Carolyn Lhamon 29
Anya Leavell 23
Ja’Kenya Hoskins 19
Gwen Gustafson 15
Ryanne Knoblich 15
Kylie Van Velkinburgh 14
Lyla Stuurmans 13

 

Varsity boys
(11 games):

Hawthorne Wolfe 240
Xavier Murdy 115
Grady Rickner 87
Sage Downes 50
Daniel Olson 49
Logan Downes 43
Alex Murdy 39
Logan Martin 31
TJ Rickner 15
Jonathan Valenzuela 15
Cody Roberts 8
Miles Davidson 4
Cole White 2

 

JV girls
(5 games):

Lyla Stuurmans – 51
Madison McMillan – 33
Jessenia Camarena – 20
Katie Marti – 9
Skylar Parker – 4
Morgan Stevens – 4
Desi Ramirez – 2
Kassidy Upchurch – 2
Reese Wilkinson – 1

 

JV boys
(8 games):

Jonathan Valenzuela – 105
Cole White – 56
Dominic Coffman – 51
Logan Downes – 46
Nick Guay – 32
Zane Oldenstadt – 16
William Davidson – 13
Ryan Blouin – 7
Mikey Robinett – 7
Quinten Simpson-Pilgrim – 2

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Hawthorne Wolfe is the 27th player in 104 seasons of CHS basketball to lead a varsity team in scoring in two or more seasons — and the first to do so in non-consecutive seasons. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

In this most unusual of basketball seasons, another quirk.

With one game left to play in a pandemic-shortened season, Hawthorne Wolfe is about to do something no Coupeville High School basketball player, boy or girl, has ever accomplished.

With 240 points in 11 games — 21.8 a night — the CHS junior will lead the boys team in scoring, no matter what happens in Tuesday’s finale against Darrington.

In finishing as the #1 point producer, Wolfe becomes the 15th boy, and 27th player overall in school history, to have topped a year-end varsity scoring chart at least two times during their career.

But, he is the first to ever do it in non-consecutive seasons.

Wolfe paced Coupeville in scoring as a freshman, tossing in 158 points while Sean Toomey-Stout was second-best with 122.

Last season, Hawk came within a bucket of repeating as scoring champ, but was edged out 254-252 by senior Mason Grove.

Now, Wolfe is back on top, with Xavier Murdy angling for runner-up status with 115 points heading into the finale.

Of the 15 CHS boys to top the charts at least twice, only one, Barry Brown, led his squad in scoring three times — something Hawk can chase next year as a senior.

On the girls side of things, six Wolves have pulled off a three-peat, with Megan Smith being the only four-timer.

CHS players with two or more seasons as the top scorer:

 

Girls:

Marie Grasser (1977-1978; 1978-1979)
Kristan Hurlburt (1979-1980; 1980-1981; 1981-1982)
Judy Marti (1982-1983; 1983-1984)
Terry Perkins (1984-1985, 1985-1986; 1986-1987)
Emily Vracin (1989-1990; 1990-1991)
Novi Barron (1995-1996; 1996-1997; 1997-1998)
Tina Lyness (1998-1999; 1999-2000)
Brianne King (2000-2001; 2001-2002; 2002-2003)
Lexie Black (2003-2004; 2004-2005)
Megan Smith (2006-2007; 2007-2008; 2008-2009; 2009-2010)
Makana Stone (2013-2014; 2014-2015; 2015-2016)
Lindsey Roberts (2017-2018; 2018-2019)

 

Boys:

Tom Sahli (1952-1953; 1953-1954)
Jack Elzinga (1954-1955; 1955-1956)
Mike Criscuola (1958-1959; 1959-1960)
Denny Clark (1962-1963; 1963-1964)
Barry Brown (1965-1966; 1966-1967; 1967-1968)
Jeff Stone (1968-1969; 1969-1970)
Bill Riley (1971-1972; 1972-1973)
Randy Keefe (1973-1974; 1974-1975)
Jason McFadyen (1989-1990; 1990-1991)
Virgil Roehl (1991-1992; 1992-1993)
Chris Good (2000-2001; 2001-2002)
Mike Bagby (2004-2005; 2005-2006)
Wiley Hesselgrave (2014-2015; 2015-2016)
Hunter Smith (2016-2017; 2017-2018)
Hawthorne Wolfe (2018-2019; 2021)

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Coupeville senior Daniel Olson, seen here in an earlier game, was a wrecking ball on defense Tuesday in an OT thriller. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

It has been a nightly trip to the Thunderdome.

In a year when tickets are free — if you can get them — almost every varsity boys basketball game played by Northwest 2B/1B League schools has been a brawl decided at the buzzer.

While La Conner crushes almost every girls team in sight, six of seven NWL boys teams, including Coupeville, are leaving it out there on the floor like Hagler and Hearns whaling on each other on ESPN Classic.

Look it up, you young whippersnappers…

Tuesday’s titanic tilt between the Wolves and visiting Friday Harbor was a prime example, if a bittersweet one.

Shooting itself in the foot with 14 missed free throws and a late technical foul for yapping at the refs, Coupeville fell 63-62 in overtime, and slips out of first-place, at least for the moment.

The Wolves, who had a four-game winning streak snapped, fall to 6-4 with games against Concrete (0-10) and Darrington (2-4) left to play.

Win at least one of those and Coupeville clinches its first winning boys basketball season since 2010.

With the victory, its second one-point triumph over the Wolves in a three-week stretch, Friday Harbor moves into a tie with Mount Vernon Christian at 6-3 in NWL play.

Coupeville’s record is deceptive, with three of four losses being decided by two points or less.

The other defeat, an early-season stumble against Orcas Island, was the result of one bad quarter in a game the Wolves otherwise dominated.

Tuesday’s rumble, while it ended without the result desired by Coupeville, was a thing of fiery beauty, with two incredibly evenly-matched squads trading big blows from start to finish.

Friday Harbor jumped out to an early 12-7 lead, before the Wolves closed the opening quarter with a 7-0 run.

Sage Downes, twirling in the paint, lofted a mini sky-hook which banked in off the glass, before Hawthorne Wolfe flipped the nets skyward with a three-ball from the left side.

Toss in a rebound put-back from Grady Rickner, and Coupeville exited the first quarter up 14-12 and feeling pretty good about things.

The second quarter was a straight-up rumble, with Daniel Olson and TJ Rickner bringing defensive heat, using their long arms to snuff out Friday Harbor shots with resounding blocks.

Wolf freshman Logan Downes, getting increased playing time with defensive ball of energy Alex Murdy sidelined with an injury, stepped into the offensive spotlight with a roar.

Making off with a steal, he beat the pack to the other end for a layup, then came back around to drop his own three-ball.

While Friday Harbor pulled back in front at 28-26 at the half, before stretching the margin to 34-28 early in the third quarter, the Wolves were snapping at the visitor’s heels.

Two free throws from Xavier Murdy lit the fuse on a 9-0 CHS run, with Wolfe delivering the dagger on a high-risk, high-reward play.

Trying to slice past his man, the CHS gunner slipped on a wet spot on the floor, but recovered like a dancer springing into the air.

Never losing control of his dribble, Wolfe popped up, launching (and hitting) a three-ball which went up on a prayer and hit nothing but net.

That sent Coupeville to the bench with a 39-36 lead after three quarters, and set up a final frame with six lead changes and three ties.

Wolfe and Logan Downes both rattled home three-balls in the fourth — with Hawk launching his shot from somewhere down around the Clinton ferry — while Xavier Murdy got three the hard way.

Shooting up the gut, X-Man hung in the air, waited for his defender to commit, then wiggled around him and knocked down a runner, followed by the free throw he earned for getting whacked around the ears.

Murdy’s uncle, Allen Black, who once torched Concrete for 39 points during his own days of wearing Coupeville’s red and black, nodded and let slip the smallest of smiles.

A seismic moment, for one and all.

Coupeville claimed its biggest lead at 55-51 after Wolfe flipped a pair of free throws through the twines with 1:23 to play, but then he and his team went scoreless the rest of regulation.

Friday Harbor couldn’t hit a field goal either, but Dylan Roberson, who bedeviled CHS all night, did knock down four consecutive free throws in the waning moments.

With the ball in its hands, and a chance to run the game clock down to almost 0:00 before shooting, Coupeville launched the final shot in regulation, but it refused to stay in the basket.

The ensuing rebound did skip nice and high however, preventing Friday Harbor from getting off its own shot, sending the game to overtime.

And those four minutes were a whirlwind of tension and terror, with six lead changes.

Olson knocked down a short shot off an inbounds play, then netted a free throw on a later play to stake Coupeville to a 58-55 lead, only for Friday Harbor to respond in kind.

With the visitors clamping down on Hawk and X-Man, supporting players Logan Martin and Grady Rickner stepped up big time.

Martin popped a jumper from the side to push CHS up 60-59, while Rickner was flawless on two free throws with 14.7 seconds to play to reclaim the lead at 62-61.

But, in a season when the wins have been epic, and the losses even more so, Coupeville was denied another chance for its students to storm the court.

Friday Harbor scored again, forcing its way into the paint for an in-close bucket with 3.7 seconds left, before Martin’s potential game-winner at the buzzer slid just wide.

While both teams hit 17 free throws, the visitors were 17-21, including 1-2 on a fourth-quarter technical foul when Coupeville was clinging to a one-point lead.

CHS was 17-31 at the charity stripe, winning the battle to get to the line, but leaving far more points off the board than their foe once there.

Wolfe paced Coupeville with a team-high 18 points, continuing his historic run up the boys hoops career scoring chart.

With 643 points and counting, the CHS junior passed Wiley Hesselgrave (632), Kramer O’Keefe (636), and Rich Morris (637) Tuesday, and now sits #27 all-time on a list which covers 104 seasons.

Logan Downes pumped in 10, while Sage Downes netted nine, Grady Rickner knocked down eight, and Xavier Murdy collected seven.

Olson (6) and Martin (4) also scored, with TJ Rickner playing strongly on defense.

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William Davidson fires up a free throw. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

“Go and score, my queen.”

They keep the scorebook keepers busy.

The players on Coupeville High School’s four basketball teams have combined to tally 1,210 points this season — as best as I can tell.

The front-runner, by a lot, is net-tickler Hawthorne Wolfe.

With 215 points across nine games, the junior guard is averaging 23.9 a night, and has accounted for almost 18% of all Coupeville points by himself.

Fellow Class of 2022 gunner Xavier Murdy became the second player to crack the 100-point barrier this season, while JV players Desi Ramirez and Reese Wilkinson are the latest to join the scoring parade.

Where point totals stand with nine days left in the pandemic-altered 2021 hoops season:

 

Girls Varsity
(9 games):

Audrianna Shaw 59
Izzy Wells 45
Savina Wells 30
Maddie Georges 28
Carolyn Lhamon 23
Ja’Kenya Hoskins 18
Gwen Gustafson 15
Ryanne Knoblich 13
Kylie Van Velkinburgh 13
Lyla Stuurmans 7
Anya Leavell 2

 

Boys Varsity
(9 games):

Hawthorne Wolfe 215
Xavier Murdy 105
Grady Rickner 67
Alex Murdy 39
Daniel Olson 36
Sage Downes 33
Logan Downes 28
Logan Martin 25
TJ Rickner 11
Jonathan Valenzuela 7
Cody Roberts 4
Cole White 2

 

Girls JV
(4 games):

Lyla Stuurmans – 43
Madison McMillan – 25
Jessenia Camarena – 14
Katie Marti – 7
Skylar Parker – 4
Morgan Stevens – 3
Desi Ramirez – 2
Reese Wilkinson – 1

 

Boys JV
(7 games):

Jonathan Valenzuela – 85
Cole White – 56
Dominic Coffman – 42
Logan Downes – 37
Nick Guay – 27
Zane Oldenstadt – 14
William Davidson – 12
Mikey Robinett – 7
Ryan Blouin – 4
Quinten Simpson-Pilgrim – 2

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