Over 3,000 career points: These are the only boys basketball players in PIAA history to score this big
Northern Bedford’s A.J. Nastasi, Mansfield’s Tom McMillen, Carlisle’s Billy Owens and West Reading’s Ron Krick all hold top PIAA scoring records over two decades old.
A 1992 graduate of St. Peter’s High School (NJ), Kristen Somogyi amassed 3,899 career points to give herself the title of NJSIAA all-time leading basketball scorer. Thirty years later, she is still around the game by sharing her knowledge as president of the Jersey Cardinals.
In a long list of high school basketball prospects, there’s perhaps nobody more exciting to watch than London, Ontario’s own, Shaedon Sharpe.
Against all odds: Liberty Hill alum Sedona Prince survives broken leg and uses her voice for activism
Earlier this year, Oregon Ducks player Sedona Prince made a TikTok video that quickly went viral, evaluating the difference between the general setup of ladies’ match versus the boys—specifically the differences between the women’s and men’s ‘weight rooms’.
Dajuan Wagner (Camden HS), John Somogyi (St. Peter’s of New Brunswick) and Paul Gause (Schalick) are the few to have scored at least 3,000 career points in New Jersey boys basketball history.
If you follow basketball north of the border, there’s one name that likely needs no introduction: Elijah Fisher.
Ty Randolph and Bradwell Institute Tigers boys basketball team work hard to put their losing streak behind them
The coach and the team feel ready to open the season on Nov. 20 when they face Liberty Country. For Randolph, he hopes he can bring the Tigers back to their winning ways this season and set a standard for years to come.
Allen Whitehart is making history with the Milton High School Basketball team; the Eagles were crowned as state champions last season. The team had not won the state championship since 2012.
With almost a month and a half until the next basketball season, the Milton High School team is preparing to get onto the court again.
AJ Ghuman started out playing soccer. But, when he realized he was much taller than most kids on the field, he headed straight for the basketball court instead.