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Some record book boys' basketball scoring marks

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BOYS BASKETBALL (16-9)

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16 wins are the most six years.

25 games are the most in five years.

59.4 ppg is the most in six years.

Three of the 10 largest margins of victory since 1966-67 (current league) occurred this season

   40 in 76-36 win over Eisenhower 2/14 tied for second.

   39 in 81-32 win over Sunnyside 1/17 tied for fifth.

   36 in 72-36 win over Eisenhower 1/24 tied for eighth.

Three of the 20 games with fewest points given up since 1966-67 occurred this season.

   35 in 45-35 win over Eastmont 2/20 tied for 12th.

   36 in 72-36 win over Eisenhower 1/24 tied for 17th.

   36 in 76-36 win over Eisenhower 2/14 tied for 17th.

The 80 combined points in the 45-35 win over Eastmont 2/20 tied for 11th fewest combined points since 1966-67.

 

Final scoring averages for 2013-14: Dillon Sugg 15.36, Gavin Long 13.64, Grady Miller 8.32, Chase Resch 8.20, Tony Esquivel 3.44, Trey Adams 3.38, Drew Jaeger 3.00, Matt Murray 3.00, Christian Solovey 2.52, Marcus Smith 1.86, Cody Clark 1.33, Danny Arndt 1.04 and Markus Stoll 0.50.

 

Individual marks in the record book.

Dillon Sugg, senior (list includes four years)

4th in career games played with 89.

6th in career scoring average with 14.69.

2nd in career points scored with 1,307.

13th in season scoring average with 17.18 as a junior.

29th in season scoring average with 15.71 as a sophomore.

Tied for 31st in season scoring average with 15.36 as a senior.

17th in season points scored with 384 as a senior.

20th in season points scored with 378 as a junior.

Tied for 31st in season points scored with 330 as a sophomore.

Tied at 120th in season points scored with 215 as a freshman.

1st in season scoring average by freshmen with 10.24.

1st in season points scored by freshmen with 215.

3rd in season scoring average by sophomores with 15.71.

4th in season points scored by sophomores with 330.

3rd in season scoring average by juniors with 17.18.

5th in season points scored by juniors with 378.

Tied for 19th in season scoring average by seniors with 15.36.

13th in season points scored by seniors with 384.

Tied for 1st in consecutive games scoring in double figures with 22.

1st in most double-figure scoring streaks with 3…a 10 an 11 and the 22.

1 of 22 Panthers to score 30+ points in a game…31 Jan. 17 vs. Sunnyside.

 

Gavin Long, sophomore

50th in season scoring average with 13.64.

27th in season points scored with 341.

5th in season scoring average by sophomores with 13.64.

4th in season points scored by sophomores with 341.

 

Grady Miller, sophomore

13th in season scoring average by sophomores with 8.32.

10th in season points scored by sophomores with 208.

 

Tony Esquivel, freshmen

5th in season scoring average by freshmen with 3.44.

5th in season points scored by freshmen with 86.

 

Final ScoreCzar Computer Rankings

Of 67 4A teams, the Wenatchee boys finished 28th.  The rest of the league – Davis 29, Eastmont tie for 34, Moses Lake 36, Eisenhower 64…and Sunnyside 51 in 3A

For the girls the Panthers are 38th.  The rest of the CBBN – Moses Lake 9, Davis 34, Eastmont 59, Eisenhower 60…and Sunnyside 9 in the 3A.

 

Winter Sports Awards Tonight

Tonight is Winter Sports Awards Night.  The event begins at 6:30 in the gym where recognition will be given for all-league athletes, coaches of the year, academic honors, etc.  At approximately 7 the large gathering will break up into groups by sport and coaches will acknowledge their teams and athletes.  Sports involved are wrestling, bowling, boys swimming, girls’ basketball and boys’ basketball.  All Panther fans are welcome.

 

SPRING SPORTS

Beginning Friday, six days before spring sprungs, Wenatchee swings into action with their third season of interscholastic sports. 

 

GIRLS GOLF

The young ladies begin the 2014 golf season for seventh consecutive year by playing in the Hanford Invite at the Horn Rapids Golf Course in Richland.  A year ago Wenatchee finished second of 20 teams in this event.  Veteran coach Doug Merrill is back for his 20th season as coach of the Panthers.

Monday Wenatchee will take part in the Moses Lake Invite for the 20th time in the last 22 years.  Last March the Purple and Gold finished seventh of 15 schools in the field.

 

BOYS GOLF

What would golf season be without participating in the Kennewick Invite?  This is the 22nd consecutive year Wenatchee has competed in this event at the Tri-City Country Club.  And as the case in most years, it is the opening event of the season for the Panthers.  Back for his 21st year as coach of the WHS team is Stan Opp.

 

BOYS SOCCER

The Panthers begin their 29th season of boys’ soccer Friday.  The sport made its debut at the high school in 1986.  The coach for over half those seasons, Dennis Tronson, is back for his 16th stint heading the program.

 

Friday, Chiawana away.

Wenatchee opens with a non-league match at Chiawana.  The Riverhawks have been a formidable foe in their few years of existence.  Namely in six games they have defeated the Panthers six times and have only surrendered a single goal.

 

 

 

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