Southeastern Pa. boys' basketball scoring leaders

Shipley senior guard Sam Sessoms, a Binghamton recruit, averaged 28.6 points this season.

Some of the leading scorers in Southeastern Pennsylvania boys’ basketball through Friday with a minimum of 10 games played.

Player School G Pts. Avg.

Sam Sessoms Shipley 24 688 28.6

Cameron Reddish Westtown 26 692 26.6

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Neshaminy’s Chris Arcidiacono (15).

Chris Arcidiacono Neshaminy 26 665 25.6

Patrick Robinson Conwell-Egan 22 543 24.7

Anthony Brown String Theory 23 563 24.5

Mike Webb Springfield (D) 22 528 24.0

Eric Dixon Abington 24 571 23.8

Saeer Miller Palumbo 20 460 23.0

Vinny DeAngelo Sun Valley 25 570 22.8

Chazz Person Masterman 17 385 22.6

Najee Bradley-Stephens KIPP DuBois 17 377 22.2

Isaiah Wong Bonner-Prendie 24 526 21.9

Austin Laughlin Garnet Valley 24 520 21.7

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Solebury School senior guard Devon Brewster.

Devon Brewster Solebury School 26 562 21.6

Tyler Norwood Penncrest 27 581 21.5​

Tyler Spann String Theory 18 341 21.4

Arion Lewis Valley Forge M.A. 25 530 21.2

DaQuan Granberry Chichester 22 457 20.8

Shaelin Nixon-Mosee Science Leadership 16 332 20.8

Jack Clark Cheltenham 13 270 20.8

Deuce Turner Malvern Prep 26 532 20.5

Korey Stewart Masterman 13 264 20.3

Carson Curry Plum. Christian 20 399 20.0

Matt Dade Episcopal Ac. 22 441 20.0

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Plymouth Whitemarsh junior center Naheem McLeod.

Naheem McLeod Ply. Whitemarsh 27 527 19.5

Walter Hester Paul Robeson 25 487 19.5

Jhamir Brickus Coatesville 27 525 19.4

Aaron Harrison West. Phila. 17 325 19.1

Christian Ray Haverford School 29 550 19.0

Tom Quarry Father Judge 22 417 19.0

Jordan Longino Germantown Ac. 24 453 18.9

Chris Brown Samuel Fels 19 360 18.9

Mason Williams Penn Charter 28 529 18.9

Scott Spann Sankofa Freedom 24 454 18.9

David Duda Methacton 26 488 18.8

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Lower Merion junior guard Steve Payne (1).

Steve Payne Lower Merion 27 505 18.7

Andrew Funk Arch. Wood 23 425 18.5

Antwuan Butler Cardinal O’Hara 20 370 18.5

Kenneth Riggs CAPA 14 256 18.3

Robbie Heath Abington 26 471 18.1

Lyle Tipton Phil-Mont Christian 25 480 18.0

Malik Slay Downingtown East 26 466 17.9

Isaac Marshall Acad. New Church 23 413 17.9

Jack Forrest Lower Merion 24 420 17.5

Nathan Rodriguez Edison 16 277 17.3

Alex Capitano Episcopal Ac. 25 431 17.2

Imere Harris West Catholic 22 375 17.0

Nick Guadarrama Perk. School 24 405 16.9

Jalen Gaffney Westtown 37 613 16.5

Eric Esposito Conwell-Egan 22 361 16.4

Montrell Logan Strawberry Mansion 19 312 16.4

​Ryan Conde Solebury School 26 425 16.3

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Chester’s Michael Smith (1) guards Bishop Shanahan’s David Angelo.

Michael Smith Chester 25 408 16.3

Jack Kusters Lansd. Catholic 23 372 16.2

Seth Lundy Roman Catholic 23 371 16.1

Darius Kinnel St. Joseph’s Prep 26 415 16.0

Tyree Pickron Arch. Wood 21 334 15.9

Max Rapoport Wissahickon 25 395 15.8

Robert Smith McDevitt 24 378 15.8

Sean Yoder Pennridge 26 408 15.7

Charlie Trey-Masters George School 23 362 15.7

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Haverford School’s Kharon Randolph.

Kharon Randolph Haverford School 28 436 15.6​

Ke’Shawn Williams Spring. Chest. Hill 22 343 15.6

Lynn Greer Roman Catholic 24 373 15.5

A.J. Hoggard Arch. Carroll 23 355 15.4

Shane Cohen Lower Moreland 25 378 15.1

Kyle Thompson St. Joseph’s Prep 26 393 15.1

Peter Gard Germ. Friends 24 364 15.1

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Archbishop Carroll’s Keyon Butler (1).

Keyon Butler Arch. Carroll 24 360 15.0

Jihad Watson Mc&S 22 329 15.0

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