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Boys' Hoops: Final Scoring Leaders in Southeastern Pa.

Southeastern Pa. Boys' Basketball Leaders

Boys' Hoops: Final Scoring Leaders in Southeastern Pa.

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Great Valley's Mikal Bridges, who will continue his career at Villanova, averaged 18.5 points per game.

Southeastern Pa. Boys' Basketball Leaders

Final, 2013-14.

Scoring

Name School Gms. Pts. Avg.

Dominick Morales Future 25 679 27.2

Anthony Wright-Downing Sankofa 25 627 25.1

Jonathan Lawton Friends' Central 26 616 23.7

Matt Crider Owen J. Roberts 21 491 23.4

John Herndon Parkway West 15 350 23.3

Anwar Epps Palumbo 24 546 22.8

Chris Clover St. Joseph's Prep 23 503 21.9

Cary Angeline Down. East 23 498 21.7

Ja'Quan Newton Neumann-Goretti 31 670 21.6

Tyrell Long Bishop McDevitt 25 537 21.5

Terry Larrier Phelps 19 399 21.0

Malik Jackson Penn Wood 24 471 19.6

Jimmy Murray Plymouth Whitemarsh 25 485 19.4

Nick Giordano Marple Newtown 21 407 19.4

Mahir Johnson Chester 31 593 19.1

Chris Bing, Central 26 491 18.9

Mikal Bridges Great Valley 25 462 18.5

Sean O'Brien Penn Charter 23 426 18.5

John Carroll Hill School 22 407 18.5

Jon Boback Calv. Christian 24 436 18.2

Nick Stanek Spring-Ford 29 523 18.0

Evan Anderson W.C. East 21 378 18.0

Cameron Jones Pennsbury 29 504 17.4

Samir Doughty MC&S 29 503 17.3

Mike Booth Bishop Shanahan 24 415 17.3

Matt England Holy Ghost Prep 29 502 17.3

Tim Guers Germantown Ac. 27 461 17.1

Matt Alden William Tennent 22 376 17.1

Pat Smith Archbishop Wood 23 390 17.0

Matt Scamuffo C.B. South 19 323 17.0

Tim Guers Germantown Ac. 27 457 16.9

Chase Wilson Wissahickon 26 435 16.7

Shawn Alston Haverford School 23 379 16.5

Danny Ziccardi Faith Christian 23 377 16.4

Jared Armstrong Christopher Dock 24 390 16.3

Nelson Blickman Radnor 23 370 16.1

Zach Quattro Hatboro-Horsham 20 322 16.1

Zach Dolton Phil-Mont Christian 16 258 16.1

Kris Warren Friends Select 16 256 16.0

Derrick Jones Arch. Carroll 28 445 15.9

Sam Lindgren Germantown Ac. 27 424 15.7

Zach Muredda Pennridge 23 360 15.7

Kevin McFall Upper Moreland 23 360 15.7

Aaron Burton Cheltenham 22 345 15.7

Ryan Betley Downingtown West 22 345 15.7

Simeon Fryer Upper Dublin 20 313 15.7

Tyrell Sturdivant Chester 31 477 15.4

Carnel Harley ANC 26 394 15.2

Lamar Stevens Haverford School 24 363 15.1

Jordan Logan Oxford 30 451 15.0

Mekhi Bryant Pennsbury 29 433 14.9

Justin McFadden Lower Merion 30 445 14.8

Paulius Zalys Perkiomen School 21 310 14.8

Sean Griffin Phil-Mont Christian 26 382 14.7

Jared Nickens Westtown 27 393 14.6

Darryl Bryant ANC 26 380 14.6

Mike Jolaoso Episcopal Academy 24 349 14.5

Spencer Tinkel New Hope-Solebury 23 333 14.5

Rahmi Halaby Penncrest 24 345 14.4

Josh Warren Down. West 22 315 14.3

Detasla Dixon Harriton 26 369 14.2

Ben Casanova Penncrest 24 336 14.0

Nick Kelly Radnor 23 322 14.0

For additions or corrections, contact robrien@phillynews.com

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