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Southeastern Pa. boys' basketball three-point leaders

Rick O'Brien, Staff Writer

Updated: Friday, March 9, 2018, 3:39 PM

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Here are some of the leading three-point scorers in Southeastern Pennsylvania boys’ basketball through Thursday with a minimum of 10 games played.

Solebury School senior guard Devon Brewster. KELLI ABODONEY / SOLEBURY SCHOOL
Dock Mennonite's Jackson Scialanca (5). LOU RABITO
Neshaminy's Anthony Papeo. JESSE GARBER
Archbishop Wood's Tyree Pickron.
St. Joseph's Prep's Kyle Thompson (1) splits a pair of Roman Catholic defenders. ELIZABETH ROBERTSON
Chester's Michael Smith (1) guards Bishop Shanahan's David Angelo (22). CHARLES FOX
Central Bucks West's Jack Mulhearn (20). SETVEN M. FALK
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Three-pointers

Player School G Threes

Charlie Trey-Masters George School 23 92

Solebury School senior guard Devon Brewster.

Devon Brewster Solebury School 26 92

Cameron Reddish Westtown 26 89

Matt Lucas Quakertown 22 81

Peter Gard Germ. Friends 24 81

Jalen Gaffney Westtown 37 81

David Duda Methacton 26 80

Austin Laughlin Garnet Valley 24 78

Dock Mennonite's Jackson Scialanca (5).

Jackson Scialanca Dock Mennonite 28 75

Tom Quarry Father Judge 22 72

Mason Williams Penn Charter 28 72

Max Rapoport Wissahickon 26 70

David Angelo Shanahan 27 69

Jack Forrest Lower Merion 25 67

Kyle Elton Plumstead Christian 27 67

Chazz Person Masterman 17 63

Colin Reed Archbishop Ryan 22 62

Masai Olowokere George School 23 62

Neshaminy's Anthony Papeo.

Anthony Papeo Neshaminy 27 61

Tyler Norwood Penncrest 28 59

Chris Arcidiacono Neshaminy 27 57

Harrison Klevan Lower Merion 27 57​

Tommy Gardler Marple Newtown 22 55

Archbishop Wood's Tyree Pickron.

Tyree Pickron Arch. Wood 21 56

Andrew Funk Arch. Wood 23 56

Sean Simon La Salle 23 56

Gavin Burke Haverford School 29 55

Tautvydas Kupstas Perkiomen School 23 54

Noah Warren Neumann-Goretti 24 54

Bryce Burrouck W.C. Rustin 27 54

Connor O’Brien Garnet Valley 24 53

Steve Payne Lower Merion 28 5​2

Drew Grow Plumstead Christian 25 51

St. Joseph's Prep's Kyle Thompson (1) splits a pair of Roman Catholic defenders.

Kyle Thompson St. Joseph’s Prep 26 51

T.J. Berger Westtown 30 51

Charles Dominick Neshaminy 27 50

Kharon Randolph Haverford School 28 50

Daniel Olinger Phil-Mont Christian 26 49

Tyler Penley Delco Christian 26 48

Mike May Marple Newtown 22 47

Jordan Longino Germantown Ac. 24 47

Isaac White Malvern Prep 26 46

Chester's Michael Smith (1) guards Bishop Shanahan's David Angelo (22).

Michael Smith Chester 26 46

Will Samuel Penn Charter 28 46

Max Malavsky George School 23 45

Brian Randolph Chester 26 45

Anthony Brown String Theory 18 44

DaQuan Granberry Chichester 22 44

Deuce Turner Malvern Prep 26 44

Gabe Arizin St. Joseph’s Prep 23 43

Dymir Montague Neumann-Goretti 24 43

Chris Brown Samuel Fels 19 42

Imere Harris West Catholic 22 42

Trevor Brockwell Jenkintown 24 42

Mason Mosley Friends’ Central 25 42

Central Bucks West's Jack Mulhearn (20).

Jack Mulhearn C.B. West 28 42

Collin Connor Pennsbury 23 41

Patrick McCauley William Tennent 22 40

Brett Eberly Methacton 26 40

Jack Kusters Lansd. Catholic 23 39

K.J. Rhodes Perkiomen School 24 39

Spencer Cochran Malvern Prep 25 39

Joshua Blackburn Phil-Mont Christian 26 39

Ward Roberts Bensalem 27 39

Khai Champion Shipley 27 39

Isaac Marshall Acad. New Church 23 38

Sean Yoder Pennridge 27 37

Shane McCusker C.B. West 25 36

For additions or corrections, contact Rick O’Brien at robrien@phillynews.com.

Rick O'Brien, Staff Writer

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