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Southeastern Pa. boys' basketball three-point leaders

Rick O'Brien, Staff Writer

Updated: Friday, February 9, 2018, 3:44 PM

Germantown Friends senior guard Peter Gard, left, has hit 81 three-pointers in 23 games.

Some of the Southeastern Pa. boys’ basketball three-point leaders.

Garnet Valley senior guard Austin Laughlin. CHARLES FOX
Lower Merion junior wing Jack Forrest. CHARLES FOX
Tyler Norwood (left) of Penncrest goes up for a 4th quarter shot against Gavin Frankenheimer of Great Valley in thePIAA District 1 5A basketball semifinals at the Liacouras Center at Temple University on March 1, 2017. CHARLES FOX / Staff Photographer CHARLES FOX
Neumann-Goretti senior guard Noah Warren. LOU RABITO
Haverford School senior guard Kharon Randolph. LOU RABITO
Wissahickon junior guard Eddie Fortescue, right, battles for a loose ball against Cheltenham. ELIZABETH ROBERTSON
Photo Gallery: Southeastern Pa. boys' basketball three-point leaders

Beyond the Arc

Player School Gms. Threes

Devon Brewster Solebury School 23 85

Cameron Reddish Westtown 25 85

Charlie Trey-Masters George School 19 81

Peter Gard Germ. Friends 23 81

Matt Lucas Quakertown 21 80

Garnet Valley senior guard Austin Laughlin.

Austin Laughlin Garnet Valley 21 71

David Duda Methacton 23 71

Jalen Gaffney Westtown 33 69

Chazz Person Masterman 17 63

Anthony Brown String Theory 22 61

Colin Reed Arch. Ryan 20 60

Sam Sessoms Shipley 21 60

Max Rapoport Wissahickon 21 59

David Angelo Bishop Shanahan 22 57

Mason Williams Penn Charter 25 57

Tommy Gardler Marple Newtown 21 54

Jackson Scialanca Dock Mennonite 21 54

Lower Merion junior wing Jack Forrest.

Jack Forrest Lower Merion 18 52

Masai Olowokere George School 19 52

Kyle Elton Plumstead Christian 21 50

T.J. Berger Westtown 27 50

Sean Simon La Salle 20 49

Anthony Papeo Neshaminy 21 49

Connor O’Brien Garnet Valley 21 49

Tyree Pickron Arch. Wood 17 48

Tyler Norwood (left) of Penncrest goes up for a 4th quarter shot against Gavin Frankenheimer of Great Valley in thePIAA District 1 5A basketball semifinals at the Liacouras Center at Temple University on March 1, 2017. CHARLES FOX / Staff Photographer

Tyler Norwood Penncrest 21 45

Chris Arcidiacono Neshaminy 21 44

Zack Lezanic Conestoga 21 44

Mike May Marple Newtown 21 44

Jordan Longino Germantown Ac. 22 44

Nathan Rodriguez Edison 16 43

Charles Dominick Neshaminy 21 43

Isaac White Malvern Prep 23 43

Will Samuel Penn Charter 25 43

Neumann-Goretti senior guard Noah Warren.

Noah Warren Neumann-Goretti 20 42

Gavin Burke Haverford School 24 42

Imere Harris West Catholic 20 41

Drew Grow Plumstead Christian 20 41

Steve Payne Lower Merion 21 41

Mason Mosley Friends’ Central 23 40

Christian Brown Samuel Fels 17 39

Tyler Spann String Theory 17 39​​

Harrison Klevan Lower Merion 20 39

Liam Ward Great Valley 22 39

Haverford School senior guard Kharon Randolph.

Kharon Randolph Haverford School 23 39

Darius Kinnel St. Joseph’s Prep 20 38

Gabe Arizin At. Joseph’s Prep 20 38

Dymir Montague Neumann-Goretti 20 38

Daniel Olinger Phil-Mont Christian 21 38

Collin Connor Pennsbury 21 38

Darnell Ransom Eastern Ac. Charter 22 38​

Deuce Turner Malvern Prep 23 38

Max Malavsky George School 19 36

Mike Perretta Bonner-Prendie 20 36

Wissahickon junior guard Eddie Fortescue, right, battles for a loose ball against Cheltenham.

Eddie Fortescue Wissahickon 21 35

Michael Smith Chester 21 35

Brett Eberly Methacton 23 35​

Trevor Brockwell Jenkintown 21 35

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Rick O'Brien, Staff Writer

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