Boys' Hoops: Leading Three-Point Scorers in Southeastern Pa.

Some of the leading three-point scorers in Southeastern Pennsylvania boys' basketball. Statistics are through Tuesday.

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Roberts Vaux senior guard Rysheed Jordan had hit 47 three-pointers through Tuesday. (Lou Rabito/Inquirer Staff)

Name School Gms. Threes

Ben Holl Friends Select 22 95

Billy Cassidy Friends' Central 28 86

Jared Nickens Westtown 25 66

Pat Smith Archbishop Wood 22 62

Matt Forrest Methacton 26 62

Tyree Bynum Penn Wood 22 61

Cameron Jones Pennsbury 23 61

Chase Wilson Wissahickon 22 59

Steve Smith La Salle 23 59

Chris Rowland C.R. North 23 58

Steve Leonard Perkiomen Valley 23 58

Shakiel Humphrey Phelps 25 56

Kevin McCormick Springfield (Delco) 22 54

Gemil Holbrook Penn Wood 24 50

Steve Vasturia St. Joseph's Prep 23 49

Darius Robinson Chester 23 49

Matt Rodden Shipley 23 47

Zach Quattro Hatboro-Horsham 24 47

Rysheed Jordan Vaux 23 47

Ryan Kelly Hatboro-Horsham 24 46

David Stecz Upper Merion 22 45

Travis Smith Academy Park 22 44

Zach Dolton Phil-Mont Christian 23 43

Eric Wallace Phoenixville 23 42

Gabe Armando Haverford High 22 41

B.J. Johnson Lower Merion 24 40

Mike Brown Hatboro-Horsham 24 39

James Drury Germantown Ac. 29 39

Kris Warren Friends Select 22 38

Patrick Cooney La Salle 23 38

Cody Fitzpatrick Archbishop Wood 24 38

Terrance Quinn Radnor 19 37

Chris Carradorini Wissahickon 22 37

Nick Jones Archbishop Carroll 23 37

Chris Vila Wissahickon 23 37

Rip Engel C.R. North 23 37

Lucas Waters Harry S Truman 23 37

Miles Overton St. Joseph's Prep 22 36

Shawn Harvey Shipley 23 35

Micah Baldez Phil-Mont Christian 22 34

James Martin Upper Moreland 22 34

Joe Mostardi Archbishop Carroll 22 34

Mauriece Bowers Octorara 19 33

Jon Boback Calvary Christian 25 33

Brandon Knotts C.R. North 23 32

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