Stefano Okoro’s coach at Gloucester High described the senior as a “program changer.”
And on Thursday night, in Gloucester’s 47-38 nonleague win over Cumberland, Okoro put his stamp on Lions boys’ basketball history when he became the program’s second all-time leading scorer.
The guard/forward finished with 30 points, and his layup in the first quarter eclipsed Kevin Cunane’s career mark of 1,569. <NO1>Cunane wrapped up career at Gloucester in 1992 before playing baseball and football at Tulane.<NO>Keith Gorman (1998) remains first in program history with 2,128 points.
Okoro drained two three-pointers and all 10 of his free throws. He scored 15 points in the second quarter.