High school basketball stat leaders

High school boys and girls basketball statistical leaders appeared in today's LSJ. Coaches are asked to e-mail updated stats each week to sports@lsj.com by noon on Wednesday. A big thanks to Jack Dowd from our staff for helping me compile this list.

BASKETBALL: STAT LEADERS
NOTE: Coaches are asked to e-mail updated individual statistics each week by Wednesday noon to sports@lsj.com for publication on Thursday or shortly after.
MID-MICHIGAN BOYS SCORING
name (school)    points/games    avg.
Fredrick Edmond (Eastern)    311/13    23.9
Tanner McCarn (Olivet)    232/12    19.3
Chris Harrison-Docks (Okemos)    209/11    19.0
Ryan Wilcox (Port. St. Patrick)    225/12    18.8
Rashaun Carroll (Waverly)    241/13    18.5
Aubrey Parrish (Charlotte)    182/10    18.2
Tyler Walden (Fulton)    182/10    18.2
Taylor Moton (Okemos)    191/11    17.4
Darrian Pitcher (Potterville)    157/9    17.4
Dee Roberts (Waverly)    224/13    17.2
Joe Varlesi (Haslett)    188/11    17.1
Brandon Brown (Bath)    170/10    17.0
Bryn Forbes (Sexton)    182/11    16.5
Jared Krausz (Portland)    181/11    16.5
M.J. Myles (Corunna)    198/12    16.5
Javon Haines (East Lansing)    180/11    16.4
Jakob Somerville (Mason)    192/12    16.0
Quintan Harris (Olivet)    188/12    15.7
Tracy Edmond (East Lansing)    169/11    15.4
Robert Geoghegan (Owosso)    200/13    15.4
Grant Svendsen (Bath)    151/10    15.1
Daniel Pepper (Dansville)    90/6    15.0
Griffin Lewis (Morrice)    191/13    14.7
Greg Greenhoe (Ovid-Elsie)    175/12    14.6
Denzel Valentine (Sexton)    160/11    14.5
Ryan Anderson (DeWitt)    157/11    14.3
Larry Bogner (Perry)    172/12    14.3
Amari George (Eastern)    171/12    14.3
Brian Morton (Eastern)    185/13    14.2
Jonathan Harden (St. Johns)    99/7    14.1
Anthony Clemmons (Sexton)    154/11    14.0
Andrew Wade (Laingsburg)    140/10    14.0
Cody Johnson (Fulton)    139/10    13.9
Colin Jones (Holt)    82/6    13.7
Collin Lay (Portland St. Patrick)    150/11    13.6
Corey Hungerford (Fulton)    149/11    13.5
Jordan Herron (Holt)    67/5    13.4
Jordan Loredo (Grand Ledge)    94/7    13.4
John McAdoo (East Lansing)    145/11    13.2
Ron Preadmore (Webberville)    116/9    12.9
Nick Iacobellis (DeWitt)    141/11    12.8
Thomas McNamara (Mason)    154/12    12.8
Jimmy Kodet (Williamston)    150/12    12.5
Jake Wamhoff (Haslett)    138/11    12.5
Brendon Smith (Leslie)    149/12    12.4
Brent Trefil (Fulton)    135/11    12.3
Devin Allen (Stockbridge)    132/11    12.0
Trent Goerge (Fowler)    83/7    11.9
Dylan Zimmerman (Webberville)    83/7    11.9
Kyle Bryson (Leslie)    142/12    11.8
Austin Cattley (Lans. Christian)    105/9    11.7
Nathan Megge (Grand Ledge)    82/7    11.7
Tyler Gorby (Saranac)    111/10    11.1
Javon Moore (Everett)    78/7    11.1
Brendon Gorshe (Fowlerville)    87/8    10.9
Jalen Hayes (Sexton)    109/10    10.9
Tyler Skaryd (Ashley)    75/7    10.7
Adonis Brooks (Lans. Christian)    105/10    10.5
Craig Wells (Eaton Rapids)    115/11    10.5
Nate Feldpausch (St. Johns)    94/8    10.4
Connor Heminger (Perry)    146/14    10.4
Jordan Cooper (Lakewood)    102/10    10.2
Garrett Miller (Maple Valley)    91/9    10.1
Deshawn Qawwee (Everett)    101/10    10.1
Jacob Coulier (Saranac)    100/10    10.0
Kaleb Grammer (Stockbridge)    120/12    10.0
BOYS 3-POINTERS
Chris Harrison-Docks (Okemos)    27
Robert Geoghegan (Owosso)    26
Rashaun Carroll (Waverly)    25
Tanner McCarn (Olivet)    25
Tyler Walden (Fulton)    24
Austin Cattley (Lansing Christian)    23
Bryn Forbes (Sexton)    23
John McAdoo (East Lansing)    23
Garrett Miller (Maple Valley)    23
Grant Svendsen (Bath)    22
Craig Wells (Eaton Rapids)    22
Ryan Anderson (DeWitt)    21
Darrian Pitcher (Potterville)    20
Jakob Summerville (Mason)    19
Greg Greenhoe (Ovid-Elsie)    19
Collin Lay (Portland St. Patrick)    17
Jordan Cooper (Lakewood)    16
Fredrick Edmond (Eastern)    16
Thomas McNamara (Mason)    16
Austin Rusnell (DeWitt)    16
Brent Trefil (Fulton)    16
Anthony Clemmons (Sexton)    15
Tracey Edmond (East Lansing)    15
Amari George (Eastern)    15
M.J. Myles (Corunna)    15
David Parks (Lakewood)    15
BOYS REBOUNDS
Denzel Valentine (Sexton)    11.8
Griffin Lewis (Morrice)    10.7
Paul Pung (Portland St. Patrick)    7.9
Jake Wamhoff (Haslett)    7.8
Jakob Sommerville (Mason)    7.3
Anthony Clemmons (Sexton)    7.0
Adam Foren (Haslett)    6.8
Ronnie Hubble (Morrice)    6.8
Ryan Wilcox (Portland St. Patrick)    6.1
BOYS ASSISTS
Denzel Valentine (Sexton)    9.1
David Simon (Portland St. Patrick)    6.5
Joe Varlesi (Haslett)    5.2
Tracy Edmond (East Lansing)  �
160; 5.1
Adam Foren (Haslett)    3.7
Anthony Clemmons (Sexton)    3.5
David Simon (Portland St. Patrick)    3.1
Connor Zamiara (DeWitt)    3.1
Griffin Lewis (Morrice)    2.3
Josh Stambaugh (Morrice)    2.1
BOYS STEALS
Denzel Valentine (Sexton)    5.0
Anthony Clemmons (Sexton)    3.2
Ryan Wilcox (Portland St. Patrick)    2.6
Joe Varlesi (Haslett)    2.5
Ryan Anderson (DeWitt)    2.2
Connor Zamiara (DeWitt)    2.2
Dylan Lorenz (Morrice)    2.2
MID-MICHIGAN GIRLS SCORING
name (school)    points/games    avg.
Sylvia Maxwell (Waverly)    238/14    17.0
Allie Dittmer (Eaton Rapids)    231/14    16.5
Sylvia Maxwell (Waverly)    212/13    16.3
Jordyn Nurenberg (St. Johns)    135/9    15.0
Natalie Markell (Morrice)    160/11    14.5
Julia Grisdela (Okemos)    172/12    14.3
Kallie Allen (Fowlerville)    184/13    14.2
Makenna Ott (Haslett)    169/12    14.1
Elizabeth Perkins (L. Christian) 153/11    13.9
Jessica Ritchey (Potterville)    179/13    13.8
Mikaela Bromley (Maple Valley)    163/12    13.6
Alyssa Brumbaugh (Charlotte)    176/13    13.5
Chelsey Wesley (Morrice)    164/13    12.6
Kaleigh Bytwerk (L. Christian)    176/14    12.6
Shaleen Williams (Holt)    100/8    12.5
Emily Kutch (Lakewood)    120/10    12.0
Sophia Morrell (Sexton)    132/12    12.0
Kelly McKeon (Lansing Catholic)    155/13    11.9
Peyton Birchmeier (Corunna)    166/14    11.9
Tara Hall (Stockbridge)    117/10    11.7
Chelsea Harlan (Eastern)    140/12    11.7
Morgan West (Potterville)    139/12    11.6
Cornesha Gund (Sexton)    137/12    11.4
Lynsey Hitchcock (Webberville)    78/7    11.1
Shelby Hurst (Laingsburg)    100/9    11.1
Malinda Sanders (Everett)    78/7    11.1
Ayren Parrish (Charlotte)    143/13    11.0
Morgan Cnudde (Corunna)    120/11    10.9
Nina Foster (Everett)    76/7    10.9
Sarah Trierweiler (Portland)    151/14    10.8
Jessica Wenzel (Ithaca)    73/7    10.4
Victoria Milton (Waverly)    144/14    10.3
Beka Bentz (Mason)    93/9    10.3
Gabbi Seida (Fulton)    123/12    10.3
Michelle Billington (Perry)    132/13    10.2
Kaylee Hardy (Saranac)    133/13    10.2
Alyssa Albright (Lans. Catholic)    129/13    10.0
GIRLS 3-POINTERS
Julia Grisdela (Okemos)    32
Kaleigh Bytwerk (Lansing Christian)    31
Alyssa Albright (Lansing Catholic)    22
Allison Russell (Portland)    22
Shelby Hurst (Laingsburg)    21
Alyssa Brumbaugh (Charlotte)    20
Allison Russell (Portland)    20
Maggie Fisk (Olivet)    19
Emily Somerville (Mason)    18
Kelsey Erickson (Williamston)    16
Skylar Hebert (St. Johns)    16
Morgan West (Potterville)    16
Jessica Ritchey (Potterville)    15
Beka Bentz (Mason)    15
Mikaela Bromley (Maple Valley)    15
Amanda Leftwich (Owosso)    15
Natalie Markell (Morrice)    15
Ashley Villareal (Williamston)    15
Alex Cender (Bath)    14
Nicole Green (Portland)    14
Mikayla Terry (Lansing Christian)    14
Morgan West (Potterville)    14
Katie Chalker (Laingsburg)    13
Victoria Milton (Waverly)    13
Quincie Mitchell (Laingsburg)    13
GIRLS REBOUNDS
Allie Dittmer (Eaton Rapids)    9.9
Breana Mobley (Waverly)    9.4
Lauren Coffman (Potterville)    9.1
Jasmine Wood (Waverly)    7.5
Sarah Trierweiler (Portland)    7.4
Sylvia Maxwell (Waverly)    7.3
Heather Holton (Haslett)    7.3
Natalie Markell (Morrice)    7.1
Aurelie McCarus (Lansing Catholic)    7.1
Piper Tucker (East Lansing)    6.3
Makenna Ott (Haslett)    5.8
Chelsey Wesley (Morrice)    5.8
Brianna Clark (Morrice)    5.8
Jessica Ritchey (Potterville)    5.2
GIRLS ASSISTS
Victoria Milton (Waverly)    6.3
Taylor Roe (Portland)    4.9
Natalie Rose Brogan (East Lansing)    3.6
Alex Green (East Lansing)    3.6
Kelly McKeon (Lansing Catholic)    3.6
Sylvia Maxwell (Waverly)    3.3
Kenzie DeCook (Haslett)    2.9
LeighAnn Thilo (Eaton Rapids)    2.8
Natalie Markell (Morrice)    2.6
Jessica Ritchey (Potterville)    2.5
Bailey Baker (Eaton Rapids)    2.4
Aimee Konkel (East Lansing)    2.3
Piper Tucker (East Lansing)    2.3
Morgan West (Potterville)    2.3
Chelsey Wesley (Morrice)    2.2
GIRLS STEALS
Chelsey Wesley (Morrice)    3.5
Taylor Roe (Portland)    3.4
Kelly McKeon (Lansing Catholic)    3.3
Meechi Thompson (East Lansing)    2.9
Aimee Konkel (East Lansing)    2.8
Natalie Markell (Morrice)    2.8
Jessica Ritchey (Potterville)    2.7
LeighAnn Thilo (Eaton Rapids)    2.3
Victoria Milton (Waverly)    2.2
Sylvia Maxwell (Waverly)    2.2
Morgan West (Potterville)    2.1
Makenna Ott (Haslett)    2.0
Alyssa Albright (Lansing Catholic)    2.0

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One Response to High school basketball stat leaders

  1. BetterSaid says:

    I was curious why Eaton Rapids Girls’ Basketball hasn’t been ranked in the area or at the state level? They have only lost to Waverly and St Johns and could have won both of those games. Teams they have beaten are getting more votes, it seems like the voters are clueless.

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