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VHSL-Most points, Season (Unofficial incomplete list)

(SWVA players in bold)


1153- Mac McClung, 30 games, 2017-18
948-  Allen Iverson, Bethel, 30 games, 1992-3
931-  Andrew Rowsey, Rockbridge Co., 26 games, 2012-13
922-  Dominic Fragala, John Champe, 25 games, 2016-17
896 - Moses Malone, Petersburg, 25 games, 1973-4 
884- Tyee Evans, George Wythe-Richmond, 30 games, 2003-4 
884- T.T. Carey, Colonial Beach, 30 games, 2008-9 
880- Caleb Tanner, Floyd Co., 24 games, 2013-14
875- Joe Stiltner, Bland, 21 games, 1976-77
859- Kenny Harris, Petersburg, 31 games, 1988-9 
846- Brad Nuckles, Council, 28 games, 2001-02 
840- Kenny Hunt, Altavista, 29 games, 2003-4 
836- Tanner Robinette, Honaker, 30 games, 2015-16
833- Mark Robinson, Whitewood, 23 games, 1969-70

829- Tony Smith, Suffolk, 26 games, 1987-88
828- Caleb Tanner, Floyd Co., 24 games, 2012-13
827- Darwin Pippin, Gate City, 23 games, 1967-8 
815- B.A. Walker, Nandua, 29 games, 2002-3 
814- Scottie Reynolds, Herndon, 31 games, 2005-6 
811- Clyde Austin, Maggie Walker, 27 games, 1975-6 
806- Winston Terry, Jonesville, 27 games, 1984-5
803- Stacy Ervin, Twin Springs, 25 games, 1996-7

802- Andrew Rowsey, Rockbridge County, 2011-12
797-  Jason Bishop, Rye Cove, 23 games, 1992-3 
794-  B.A. Walker, Nandua, 30 games, 2001-02 
787-  Danis Simmons, J.J. Kelly (Wise), 27 games, 1987-8
786-  Robert Stokes, King William, 24 games, 1974-5
786-  Odell Hodge, Laurel Park, 28 games, 1991-2
782-  Roy Ebron, Booker T. Washington, 21 games, 1969-70
776-  Randy Poole, Castlewood, 25 games, 1973-4
771-  Rick Michaelson, Princess Anne, 20 games, 1969-70
771-  Dwayne Gilmore, Ervinton, 21 games, 1993-4
770-  Marty Lentz, Mount Vernon, 21 games, 1960-1
769-  Jeff Livingston, Coeburn, 27 games, 1980-1
768-  Steve Marsee, Pennington, 25 games, 1975-6

768-  Ralph Sampson, Harrisonburg, 26 games, 1978-9
768-  Antoine Willie, Nansemond River, 28 games, 1994-5
762-  Mark Little, Pocahontas, 22 games, 2005-06
759-  Tracy Poindexter, Altavista, 24 games, 1977-8
758 -  Clyde Austin, Maggie Walker, 24 games, 1974-5
749-  Joe Whitfield, Deep Creek, 23 games, 1977-8
748-  Ricky Barnes, Greensville County, 29 games, 1992-3
744-  Bryant Stith, Brunswick, 26 games, 1987-8
743-  Joel Copeland, Southwestern, 20 games, 1969-70
742-  Grant Hill, South Lakes, 28 games, 1989-90
741-  Calvin Talford, Castlewood, 26 games, 1987-8
740-  Jeff Owen, Cleveland, 24 games, 1968-9

737 -  Kevin Madden, R.E. Lee-Staunton, 26 games, 1984-5
736-  Pee Wee Barber, Harrisonburg, 24 games, 1982-3
736-  Stacy Ervin, Twin Springs, 27 games, 1994-95
735-  Tim Lewis, Marshall-Walker, 26 games, 1979-80
734-  Hubert Davis, Lake Braddock, 26 games, 1987-8 
732-  Marquie Cooke, Nansemond River, 27 games, 2003-4 
727-  Antoine Willie, Nansemond River, 27 games, 1995-6
725-  Bucky Roman, Lee-Springfield, 29 games, 1975-6
722-  Billy Fields, Osbourn Park, 18 games, 1977-8
720-  Kevin Morris, Gate City, 24 games, 1987-8
719-  Buddy Booker, William Campbell, 24 games, 1959-60
719-  Mike Porter, Pulaski County, 29 games, 1983-4
718-  Tommy Moore, Whitewood, 22 games, 1970-1
718-  Jason Lansdown, Broad Run, 25 games, 1990-1
718-  Michael Evans, Booker T Washington, 28 games, 1991-2
714-  Moses Malone, Petersburg, 25 games, 1972-3
714-  Pete Sessoms, Cradock, 22 games, 1990-1
714-  Lavon White, Colonial Beach, 26 games, 1994-95 
712-  Jamar Walton, Greensville Co., 30 games, 2003-4 
710-  Montell Watson, Alleghany, 29 games, 2002-3 
706-  Odell Hodge, Laurel Park, 28 games, 1989-90 
703-  Bryant Stith, Brunswick, 27 games, 1986-7
702-  Danis Simmons, J.J. Kelly (Wise), 26 games, 1988-9
701-  Odell Hodge, Laurel Park, 27 games, 1990-1
699 -  Coby Turner, Lee-Springfield, 25 games, 1993-9
697-  Mike Collins, Flatwoods, 21 games, 1988-9
696-  Daynard Jackson, T.C. Williams, 28 games, 1994-5
695-  Trazel Silvers, Ervinton, 24 games, 1989-90
695-  Steve McNulty, Honaker, 25 games, 1990-1

692-  Freddie James, Churchland, 20 games, 1953-4
692-  Jason Lansdown, Broad Run, 23 games, 1989-90
690-  Harold Jefferson, Matoaca, 28 games, 1974-5
688-  Terry Turner, Coeburn, 23 games, 1969-70
688-  William Butler, King William, 26 games, 1975-6
687-  James Pelham, Hopewell, 28 games, 1992-3
686-  Alonzo Mourning, Indian River, 28 games, 1987-8
684-  Damon Bacote, Hampton, 21 games, 1992-3 
684-  Darius Hargrove, Brunswick, 27 games, 2000-01 
683-  Landon Bays, Twin Springs, 27 games, 1992-3
681-  Marc Quesenbery, Galax, 21 games, 1978-9

681-  Walker Lambiotte, Woodstock Central, 24 gs, 1984-5 
680-   Andre Ingram, Highland Springs, 25 games, 2001-02

Sources:
-Archives of W. Marshall Johnson, The Associated Press
-VHSL Book of Records, 21st Addition-2017-18
-Tanner Cook, Johnson City Press @tcookjcpress
-@eh31,  swvasports.com
 

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On ‎2‎/‎22‎/‎2018 at 9:45 AM, Great City said:

I think all of the attention on GC is good for Graham. GC has ALL of the pressure. Graham is supposed to lose. They can come in, and play loose with no pressure. I do not see it as a big stretch for GC to lose to Graham on Saturday (assuming we both get there). GC historically does not shoot the ball very well at UVA - Wise, and will be playing with all of the pressure. Is a recipe for a loss.

I am probably in the minority here, but I believe a Graham win over GC would not be the worst thing to happen. We have played sloppy for large stretches this season. A loss to Graham might get us focused.

"Graham beat an M7 team by 31 last night and held them to 46..."   GC played arguably their worst half of basketball all year, and beat a SWD team by 37 last night and held them to 43. At the end of the day, both of those stats mean Jack Feces. This time of the year it is about match ups, and who plays their best game. If we play our best game, are hitting the 3s, and driving to the basket & getting fouled........believe we have a shot at a state championship. If those things do not happen.........we could lose Friday.

But...........back to the original topic..................

I HOPE Mac gets the all-time scoring record, but do not believe he will do so. Think I read that we need to make it to the state finals and him average 33 a game to set the record. After our performance in the first half last night, I worry about us making it to the finals. I would also assume his scoring average may dip slightly as we (hopefully) progress. Plus.......he has left a lot of points on the floor this year. There have been many times where he has tried to be a little too fancy and give the crowd what they want to see, and ended up not scoring at all. Believe he would already have the record if he had focused more on just scoring........of course we fans love the under the leg, and 360 dunks. Would have been good for the team to have gotten the all-time scoring record out of the way already and switched the focus solely to a state championship. Last night we did not handle the pressure of the single season record very well.

 

Congrats sir you won the internet!  Not on everything but on some of it.  He did break the record but without the loss to Graham in the region final I don't think they could have done it. Much better starts, much better defense, and much better rebounding.  Not to mention playing together actually made things easier on Mac except for Radford when he was just double teamed.  Kudos for a great prediction on your part.  I am a lurker here, but remembered this post because I totally agreed!

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Tim Hayes @Hayes_BHCSports

Gate City's Mac McClung is in the finals of the @Ballislife All-American Game Dunk contest vs. Oregon signee Miles Norris.
 
.@Ballislife All-American Game Dunk Contest Champion: Mac McClung, Gate City.
 
Mac McClung beat out players heading to Iowa State, LSU, Oregon, UCLA, New Orleans and Southern Cal to win the @BallisLife All-American Game Dunk Contest.
 
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Tim Hayes @Hayes_BHCSports

Gate City's Mac McClung unofficially with 20 points, 3 assists, 2 steals, 1 rebound in @Ballislife All-American Game in California. He started for Team Elite.
 
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