The 2019 season record for most points in a game was tied by Tanner Price from Trinity Christian (Ga.) on Thursday.
17: Tanner Price, Trinity Christian (Ga.)
12: Tanner Pohl, The First Academy (Fla.)
10: David Prinsell, The First Academy (Fla.)
10: Dylan Thibault, St. Joseph Academy (Fla.)
10: Trystan Goette, Clayton (Mo.)
10: West Sokes, West Stokes (N.C.)
10: Bryce Johnson, General Brown (N.Y.)
10: Ryan Donnery, Westlake (N.Y.)
8: Joe Aliano, Hawthorne (N.J.)
7: Liam Carney, Strath Haven (Pa.)
7: Karl Muczynski, St. Mary's (N.Y.)
7: Connor Quinn, Los Altos (Calif.)
7: Henry Black, Sanderson (N.C.)
7: Dominic Lutz, General Brown (N.Y.)
7: Charlie Hipps, Lakeside (Wash.)
7: Jackson Bratrud, Gig Harbor (Wash.)
95.45: Tony Kaminskey, Lindenhurst (N.Y.), 21-22
93.33: Zac Broomall, Springfield-Delco (Pa.), 14-15
91.67: Connor Quinn, Los Altos (Calif.), 22-24
90.00: Luke Wierman, West Chester Henderson (Pa.), 18-20
88.24: Nick Johnson, Arapahoe (Colo.), 15-17
88.00: Riley Blackburn, South Mecklenburg (N.C.), 22-25
78.95: Richie Hughson, Kennett (Pa.), 15-19
77.27: Tyler Kingsbury, Bishop Shanahan (Pa.), 17-22
77.27: Nick Scarta, Hicksville (N.Y.), 17-22
76.47: Brennan Hooks, ThunderRidge (Colo.), 13-17
73.33: Dylan Ott, St. Joseph Academy (Fla.), 11-15
69.57: Noah Muniz, West Stokes (N.C.), 16-23
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