List of 2,000 point high school boys’ basketball scorers in state history being worked on here

Here is a list I am working on that includes many of the 2,000 point boys’ basketball scorers in New Jersey high school history:

 

2,000 POINT BOYS’ BASKETBALL SCORERS IN NEW JERSEY:

Dajuan Wagner, Camden (2001) – 3,462

John Somogyi, St. Peter’s, New Brunswick (1968) – 3,310

Paul Gause, Schalick (2005) – 3,146

Reggie Welch, Woodrow Wilson (1992) – 2,938

Les Cason, East Rutherford (1971) – 2,871

Ernest Turner, Sterling (2001) – 2,806

Kent Culuko, Mahwah (1991) – 2,780

Kevin Walls, Camden (1984) – 2,775

Joe Crispin, Pitman (1997) – 2,654

LaMarr Greer, Middle Township (1994) – 2,637

Ron Payton, Hun (1978) – 2,624

John Gerdy, Passaic Valley (1975) – 2,613

Pat Sullivan, Bogota (1990) – 2,546

Quincy Lee, Paulsboro (1992) – 2,543

Reggie Miller, Pleasantville (1976) – 2,505

Corey Raji, Westwood (2007) – 2,497

Clayton Brown, Palmyra (1998) – 2,446

Nate Johnson, Camden (1996) – 2,424

Greg Barr, Camden (1992) – 2,380

Bill Willoughby, Englewood (1975) – 2,371

Mike Edwards, Eastern (1989) – 2,351

Matt Tobin, Hopatcong (2011) – 2,350

Larry Bland, Glassboro (1986) – 2,339

Jon Crispin, Pitman (1999) – 2,324

Ahmad Hassan, Leonia (2007) – 2,314

Chris Jent, Sparta (1988) – 2,287

Ernie Goodis, MKSD (1975) – 2,284

Kelly Tripucka, Bloomfield (1977) – 2,278

John Blackgrove, Pascack Valley (2001) – 2,237

Tim Thomas, Paterson Catholic (1996) – 2,232

Mike Gibney, Wood-Ridge (2013) – 2,214

Tom Sienkiewicz, Becton (1977) – 2,202

Bill Raftery, St. Cecilia’s of Kearny (1959) – 2,193

Eric Williams, Newark Academy (1975) – 2,163

Kevin Harvey, Paulsboro (1996) – 2,161

John Leahy, Middle Township (1990) – 2,139

Victor Carstarphen, Camden (1998) – 2,136

Glenn Sekunda, Parsippany Hills (1991) – 2,130

Keith Gorman, Gloucester (1998) – 2,128

Sandy Burgos, Fort Lee (2010) – 2,121

Jeff Schiffner, Mendham (2000) – 2,112

Davon Reed, Princeton Day (2013) – 2,102

Curtis Barnes, Glassboro (1977) – 2,096

Dennis Tobin, Hopatcong (1978) – 2,091

Tom Calabrese, Cliffside Park (1974) – 2,088

Chris Orozco, Tenafly (2012) – 2,062

Tim Burns, St. Joseph (2004) – 2,043

Dan Leahy, Wildwood Catholic (1988) – 2,030

Alphonso Gee, Kennedy (2016) – 2,030

Walter Heard, Buena (1991) – 2,027

Chris Santo, Cherry Hill East (2011) – 2,013

Rob Tucker, Morristown-Beard (1980) – 2,013

Justin Crosgile, DePaul (2009) – 2,010

Dan Earl, Shawnee (1993) – 2,006

Milt Wagner, Camden (1981) – 2,003

Charlie Nanick, Pompton Lakes (1993) – 2,003

Ja’Quaye James, Teaneck (2018) – 2,000 and counting

Accomplished Jan. 1, 2018.

Jalen Carey, Montclair Immaculate (2018) – 1,996 and counting

Carey is 4 shy and his next game is at home Thursday, Feb. 1 vs. Columbia.

George Visconti, Johnson (2018) – 1,869 and counting

At least 5 regular season games remaining, plus at least one county

and one state tournament game guaranteed.

Next game is Brearley home Thursday, Feb. 1 at 4 p.m.

WEB SOURCES:

Philly.com – South Jersey

Kevin Maloney the Times – Mercer County

Greg Mattura the Record – Bergen/Passaic

Mark Kitchin – Morris/Sussex

Mike Kinney, Steve Tober – Essex

NEED HELP WITH: Hudson, Union, Middlesex, Somerset

 

JR PARACHINI

 

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