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50-point clubs: Area boys and girls who scored 50 or more points


The following are area high school boys and girls basketball players who have scored 50 or more points.

Know of someone else who’s deserving to join these elite teams? Send information by email to sports@coxhio.com.

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BOYS BASKETBALL HIGH SCORERS

65: Charlie Coles, Bryan, 1959.

63: Jerry Lucas, Middletown, vs. Lima Senior, Feb. 1958.

61: Gary Bradds, Greeneview, vs. Mt. Sterling, Dec. 1959.

61: Phil Snow, Sabina, vs. Blanchester, 1964.

59: Luke Kennard, Franklin, vs. Monroe, 2014.

57: Jim Pollard, Northridge, vs. Tippecanoe, 1980.

57: Rick Stahl, St. Henry, vs. Bradford, 1974.

56: Jerry Burns, Ross, vs. McGuffey, 1955.

55: Tom Bryan, Fort Recovery, 1967.

55: Luke Kennard, Franklin, vs. Brookville, Jan. 2015.

55: Tom Pitts, Fairlawn, vs. Jackson Center, Feb. 1972.

55: Jim Pollard, Northridge, vs. Ansonia, 1980.

54: Derek Sizemore, Dixie, vs. National Trail, 1990.

53: Dwight Anderson, Roth, vs. Wilbur Wright, 1977.

53: Richard Goddard, Graham, vs. Bellefontaine, Feb. 1964.

53: Luke Kennard, Franklin, vs. Bellbrook, Jan. 2014.

53: Jerry Lucas, Middletown, vs. Cleveland East Tech, 1956.

53: Aaron Smith, Spg. Shawnee, vs. Northeastern, 1992.

52: Jarron Cumberland, Wilmington, vs. Washington Court House, Feb. 2016.

52: Mike Haley Jr., Dunbar, vs. Meadowdale, 1988.

52: Jack Hendricks, Fairmont, vs. Indianapolis Washington, Dec. 2017.

52: Luke Kennard, Franklin, vs. Mullins (S.C.), Dec. 2014.

52: Tyler Niekamp, Fort Recovery, vs. Waynesfield-Goshen, 2003.

52: Robert Patterson, Colonel White, vs. Hamilton Taft, 1974.

51: Bob Cook, Miamisburg, vs. Franklin, 1974.

51: Jake Cook, Greenville, vs. Sidney, 1991.

51: Justin Cox, Southeastern, vs. Yellow Springs, Dec. 1993.

51: Zach Denny, Valley View, vs. Carlisle, Dec. 2012. 

51: Richard Hendrix, Lakota, vs. Madison, Jan. 1964.

51: Luke Kennard, Franklin, vs. Edgewood, Dec. 2013.

51: Hadley LeVan, Triad, vs. West Jefferson, Dec. 2017.

51: Junior Messer, Newton, 1964-65 season.

51: Todd Pechie, Mississinawa Valley, vs. Bradford, Jan. 1998.

51: Joe Taylor, Roosevelt, vs. Columbus East, 1965.

50: Doug Brandewie, Fort Loramie, vs. Ansonia, Jan. 1977.

50: Tom Bryan, Fort Recovery, 1967.

50: Frank Cheadle, Arcanum, vs. Brookville, 1969.

50: Damion Cook, Tri-Village, vs. Lehman Catholic, Feb. 2015.

50: Samari Curtis, Xenia, vs. Tippecanoe, Jan. 2018.

50: Tim Goines, Milton-Union, vs. Covington, 1972.

50: Tim Graham, Alter, vs. Oakwood, 1971.

50: Greg Gyenes, Miamisburg, vs. Edgewood, 1984.

50: Mike Haley Jr., Dunbar, 1988.

50: Bruce “Sky” King, Patterson, vs. Milton-Union, Dec. 1972.

50: Don May, Belmont, vs. Patterson, Jan. 1964.

50: Aaron Perry, Southeastern, vs. East Clinton, Feb. 1989.

50: Tristan Singer, Urbana, vs. Greenon, Jan. 2013.

50: Robert Siwo, Xenia, vs. Sidney, Feb. 2002.

GIRLS BASKETBALL HIGH SCORERS

68: Angie Finkes, Kenton Ridge, vs. Northwestern, Feb. 1996.

61: Kayla Linkous, Tri-Village, vs. Jefferson, Feb. 2010.

53: Tara Cosby, Kenton Ridge, 1989-90.

51: Allison Bennett, Kenton Ridge, 2000-01.

51: Jasmine House, Kenton Ridge, 2002-03.

51: Brittany Smart, Spg. Shawnee, vs. Ben Logan, 2003.

50: Kimberly Belton, Dunbar, vs. Kiser 1978-1979 season.

50: Trisha Lacy, Urbana, vs. Indian Lake, Jan. 2013.

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