After almost a week of games, it is no surprise that today’s High School Stat Leader update is massive.
This week there are a number of player and coach milestones around the country. From a pair of Kentucky players to a Georgia player reaching 400 points, this was a week to remember.
There are more than 100 players included in today’s High School Stat Leaders update, including Christian Mule going off for Half Hollow Hills West (N.Y.).
Cullent Robinette from Durango (Colo.) and Dylan Frankhouser from Jupiter (Fla.) lead today’s High School Stat Leader update.
Jake Taylor came up big as the Raiders took on playoff teams from Colorado and Missouri last week. Among this week’s Honorable Mentions are players from Paul VI (Va.), Strath Haven (Pa.), Northwest Guilford (N.C.), Loyola-Blakefield (Md.), Hoggard (N.C.), Upper Dublin (Pa.), Palos Verdes (Calif.), Archbishop Carroll (Pa.), Immokalee (Fla.), Bullis (Md.) and McDonogh (Md.).
Nicky Solomon from Centennial (Ga.) creeps closer to 600 career points with another 13-point effort on Monday. Plus, a senior from Immokalee (Fla.) and Wall (N.J.) make the point leaders list. Also, players from New York, Maryland, New Jersey, Virginia and Colorado in today’s make today’s breakdown.
Today’s update is highlighted by Moises Ramirez from Immokalee (Fla.) and Guy Bistrow from Providence School (Fla.). The Florida players led all known and reported scores fro March 7, 2018.
Three players earn spots on today’s update, including a California senior who scored 12 points in a season-opening victory. Also today, a Georgia sophomore posts his second-straight 11-point game and a Florida senior scores seven.
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