Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Basketball: Scoring leaders

By Phil Anastasia

Basketball: Scoring leaders

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By Phil Anastasia

Here are South Jersey basketball's scoring leaders through Sunday, Jan. 26:

Player School Games Points Average

Masner Beauplan Winslow Twp. 11 270 24.5

Matt Klinewski Eastern 12 277 23.1

Daquan Rogers Maple Shade 10 228 22.8

Khaliq Ford Millville 9 202 22.4

Rashaan Holloway Schalick 12 259 21.5

Sean Gahagan GCIT 12 253 21.1

Seth West Moorestown 11 229 20.8

Lamar Morgan Westampton Tech 9 183 20.8

Jordan Robertson (pictured) Wildwood Catholic 13 263 20.2

Keith Braxton Delsea 12 242 20.1

Tarre Plowden Woodrow Wilson 10 195 19.5

Marcos Baez Doane Academy 15 283 18.8

Jayson Hankins Woodstown 8 150 18.7

Can Oztamur Cherry Hill West 13 242 18.6

Charlie Riccardi St. Joseph 10 185 18.5

Tristan Lloyd Penns Grove 10 182 18.2

Nick Davidson Rancocas Valley 13 236 18.1

Dillon Tassi Audubon 11 199 18.1

Trevor Rosenbaum Woodstown 11 198 18.0

Derrick Wright Burlington City 12 216 18.0

Darius Jerkins Mainland 13 232 17.8

Kenny Davis Burlington Twp. 12 214 17.8

Laqwin Stewart Penns Grove 10 176 17.6

Darnell Foreman Pitman 13 228 17.6

Dennis Tunstall Medford Tech 13 227 17.5

On-Nir Kendall Williamstown 11 192 17.4

Jay Howard Paul VI 7 122 17.4

Tim Hunt Delran 12 208 17.3

Brad Hawkins Camden 12 205 17.1

Dan Teschko Gateway 10 166 16.6

Jeffrey Sterling Doane Academy 15 249 16.6

Shaun Brooks Pemberton 11 182 16.5

Awwal Reid Willingboro 11 179 16.3

Jake Silpe Cherry Hill East 13 211 16.2

DeVaughn Whitfield-Gaines Palmyra 13 211 16.2

Melvin Allen Schalick 12 188 15.6

Lucian Brownlee Haddon Hts. 12 188 15.6

Paul Bellamy Cherokee 10 154 15.4

Eddie Gibson Camco Tech 12 183 15.2

Tim Delaney Pitman 13 194 15.0

-- Coaches or athletic directors should send additions or corrections to panastasia@phillynews.com

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Born and raised in South Jersey, Phil Anastasia prefers standing on the sidelines at high school football games on Friday nights to sitting in the press box at Eagles games on Sunday afternoons. He’s a graduate of Rowan University with a degree in English. Reach Phil at panastasia@phillynews.com.

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