Thursday, November 26, 2015

Basketball: S.J. Scoring Leaders

Basketball: S.J. Scoring Leaders




(Through Saturday)

Player School Games Points Average

Stefano Okoro Gloucester 6 163 27.2

Christian Mortellite Hammonton 9 232 25.7

Myles Powell Medford Tech 4 99 24.8

Francis Christian Wildwood 6 146 24.3

Xavier Lundy Paulsboro 7 163 23.2

Rashaan Holloway Schalick 8 185 23.1

Tim Delaney Pitman 7 155 22.1

Justin Hansen West Deptford 6 128 21.3

Josh Borrelli Shawnee 7 149 21.2

Cedric Elleby Delsea 7 141 20.1

Ge'Shawn Davis Penns Grove 8 161 20.1

Elijah Cain Medford Tech 4 79 19.8

Kyle Green Camden Catholic 8 155 19.3

Paul Moore Holy Spirit 6 116 19.3

Eric Stafford Pitman 7 130 18.5

Trey Thatcher Haddon Township 8 145 18.1

Jay Howard Paul VI 6 108 18.0

Quinton Harris Florence 7 125 17.8

Matt Klinewski Eastern 5 87 17.4

Jason Hankins Woodstown 7 122 17.4

Tyler Wisniewski Deptford 6 104 17.3

George Sapp Timber Creek 6 102 17.0

Rodney Williams Cherry Hill West 6 102 17.0

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