State Boys & Girls Scoring Leaders

Not everyone may be reported and this doesn't include any games from this week, but our first look at California's most prolific scorers for the 2001-2002 season reveals only two boys and two girls at more than 30 per game.

REPORTED STATE BASKETBALL SCORING LEADERS

BOYS

Thomas Johnson (West L.A. Baptist, Los Angeles) 14-498-35.6

Joey Saavedra (Banning, Wilmington) 18-562-31.2

Justin Turman (Daniel Murphy, Los Angeles) 25-737-29.5

Gino Riney (Grant, Van Nuys) 23-670-29.1

Brandon Worthy (Mt. Pleasant, San Jose) 15-413-27.5

Nick Stephens (Bonita Vista, Chula Vista) 25-684-27.4

Jim Hooper (Lutheran, San Diego) 15-397-26.5

Mychal Henry (Marysville) 23-607-26.4

Heath Colvin (Riverdale) 20-522-26.4

Ronald Howard (J.W. North, Riverside) 21-553-26.3

Rueben Boykin (University, Los Angeles) 25-648-25.9

Matt Reid (Cypress) 24-616-25.7

Kevin Lewis (Locke, Los Angeles) 23-588-25.6

Kevin Ummel (Sequoia, Redwood City) 21-535-25.5

Nick Corso (Santa Fe Christian, Solana Beach) 22-558-25.4

Omar Amaral (Bolsa Grande, Garden Grove) 24-605-25.2

Chris Robinson (La Jolla Country Day) 22-554-25.2

Jesse Cope (Acaciawood) 17-424-24.9

Antonio Lawrence (S.J. Memorial, Fresno) 20-495-24.8

Curtis Isom (Locke, Los Angeles) 23-569-24.7

Will Washington (Fairmont, Anaheim) 21-494-24.7

Travis Ressler (Yosemite, Oakhurst) 20-491-24.6

Kris Lewis (Baldwin Park) 22-536-24.4

Kevin Gardner (Peninsula, R.H. Estates) 19-462-24.3

Talani Calhoun (Notre Dame, Riverside) 19-459-24.2

Danny Ketchum (Sacramento Lutheran) 23-555-24.1

Jimmy Gofredo (Crescenta Valley) 23-553-24.0

Jason Obazuaye (Andrew Hill, San Jose) 20-479-24.0

Not Reported But Maybe They Belong: Leon Powe (Oakland Tech), Peter Boudoures (Anderson Valley), Dante Sawyer (McAteer).

GIRLS

Charde Houston (San Diego) 24-822-34.3

Eshaya Murphy (Montclair Prep, Van Nuys) 19-611-32.2

Nikki Blue (West, Bakersfield) 24-710-29.6

Candice Wiggins (La Jolla Country Day) 23-668-29.0

Kelly Geis (El Segundo) 22-631-28.7

Jessica Fisiikawa (Cajon, San Bernardino) 22-605-27.5

Linda Pace (Francis Parker, San Diego) 22-605-27.5

Courtney LaVere (Buena, Ventura) 23-622-27.0

Jamie Hawkins (Big Valley, Bieber) 17-442-26.0

Stephanie Duda (Los Alamitos) 23-573-24.9

Courtney Paris (Modesto Christian) 25-618-24.7

Jenn Hall (Folsom) 24-593-24.7

Bethany Thom (Capistrano Valley Christian, SJ Cap.) 20-482-24.1

Crystal Erwin (St. Paul, Santa Fe Springs) 26-624-24.0

Natasha Lewis (Kearny, San Diego) 21-505-24.0

Kristin Thawley (Irvine) 22-528-23.8

Morgan McGill (Del Mar, San Jose) 22-520-23.6

Kelly Beckler (Granada Hills) 19-444-23.4

Brisa Silva (Garfield, Los Angeles) 22-569-23.1

Not Reported But Maybe They Belong: Ebony Young (Oakland), Ty'sha Fluker (Muir).

To report someone who is not on this list but should be, call (209) 463-9050 or e-mail to mark@studentsports.com.

Note: Leader lists from the Los Angeles Times, L.A. Daily News, South Bay Daily Breeze, San Diego Union-Tribune, San Jose Mercury-News, Sacramento Bee, Contra Costa Times and Modesto Bee were used in compiling the state list. Thanks also to CIF Central Section historian Bob Barnett and CIF Northern Section correspondent Kevin Askeland.


Golden State Preps Top Stories