Individual Single-Game Highs (Boys)

Two of those who have scored 50 points or more in a game this season (so far) are Carl Lewis of Lynwood and Wes Lynch of Rancho Mirage. Photos: Twitter.com.


As part of our continuing effort to maintain state records in boys basketball, we have to compile a list of single game highs toward the end of each season. We’ll be doing the same for girls on Sunday night. These are based on information in the MaxPreps database and on nominations that people have sent in during the season for the NorCal/SoCal Player of the Week honors. The reported leader so far this season for most points in a game is Wes Lynch of Rancho Mirage with 59. We also have single-game highs for rebounds, assists, steals and 3-pointers.

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Most Points
59 – Wes Lynch, Rancho Mirage (96) v. Desert Mirage (42)
56 – Keshad Johnson, Oakland Envision Academy (117) vs. Oakland Lighthouse (34)
54 – Isiah Vargas, Huntington Beach Brethren Christian (84) vs. Silverado St. Michael’s Prep (44)
53 – Cam Berry, Santee West Hills (84) vs. Chula Vista Victory Christian (56)
53 – Carl Lewis, Lynwood (86) vs. Compton Dominguez (83)
53 – Evander Burns, Barstow (97) vs. Victorville Victor Valley (77)
52 – Brandon Williams, Encino Crespi (89) vs. Mission Hills Alemany (85)
50 – Jose Bautista, Arvin (75) vs. Delano Kennedy (74)
50 – Jaime Jaquez, Camarillo (83) vs. Texas Prestonwood Christian (92)
50 – Landis Spivey, Stockton Langston Hughes (112) vs. Summerville Tioga (56)
50 – Joseph Octave, San Pedro Mary Star (76) vs. Los Angeles Fremont (87)
49 – Nate Kendricks, Reedley Immanuel (73) vs. Mountain View St. Francis (88)
49 – Landis Spivey, Stockton Langston Hughes (104) vs. Lodi Academy (41)
48 – Tevian Jones, Culver City (118) vs. Woodland Hills Taft (116) 3 OTs
48 – Jaime Jaquez, Camarillo (83) vs. Simi Valley (88)
48 – Noah Fernando, North Hills Heritage Christian (92) vs. Cerritos Valley Christian (100)
48 – Pedro Leal, Riverside Rubidoux (69) vs. Riverside Sherman Indian (54)
47 – Dylan Belquist, Los Gatos (91) vs. Saratoga (70)
47 – Jalen Green, Fresno San Joaquin Memorial (72) vs. Modesto Christian (89)
47 – Jerry Benitez, Avenal (79) vs. Tranquillity (78)
46 – Cam Berry, Santee West Hills (86) vs. San Ysidro (59)
46 – Jalen Green, Fresno San Joaquin Memorial (71) vs. Fresno Clovis West (66)
45 – Cam Berry, Santee West Hills (58) vs. La Mesa Helix (73)
45 – Alex Bray, Irvine University (85) vs. Newport Beach Newport Harbor (82)
45 – Sandeep Kahlon, Rocklin Western Sierra Collegiate Academy (71) vs. Central Valley (81)
45 – Kibru Sugebo, San Diego Preuss USD (94) vs. San Diego Jewish Academy (75)
45 – Mikey Tsogt, Arcadia Rio Hondo Prep (67) vs. Menifee Santa Rosa Academy (59)

Joseph Octave has been the rave of Mary Star hoops for the last three seasons. Photo: Twitter.com.


Most Three-Pointers
16 – Wes Lynch, Rancho Mirage (96) v. Desert Mirage (42)
11 – Ryan Godgen, Santa Barbara San Marcos (80) vs. Santa Maria Righetti (41)
10 – Tsalta Wainwright, Culver City (118) vs. Woodland Hills Taft (116) 3 OTs
10 – Cam Berry, Santee West Hills (84) vs. Chula Vista Victory Christian (56)
10 – Max Robledo, Baker (72) vs. Lucerne Valley (67)
10 – Dylan Belquist, Los Gatos (91) vs. Saratoga (70)
10 – Dominick Harris, Newport Beach Pacifica Christian (74) vs. Claremont Webb (49)
10 – Jay Araya, Stockton Christian (88) vs. Stockton Humphreys (66)
10 – Jay Araya, Stockton Christian (106) vs. Don Pedro (61)

Most Rebounds
35 – Caleb Onuonga, Mountain View Academy (100) vs. KIPP San Jose (22)*
35 – Caleb Onuonga, Mountain View Academy (81) vs. San Jose Downtown College Prep (47)*
34 – Caleb Onuonga, Mountain View Academy (85) vs. San Jose Downtown College Prep (45)*
32 – Caleb Onuonga, Mountain View Academy (93) vs. KIPP San Jose (49)*
32 – Caleb Onuonga, Mountain View Academy (59) vs. University Prep Academy (44)*
29 – Jarred Thompson, Modesto Big Valley Christian (65) vs. Merced Stone Ridge Christian (31)
28 – Kameron Wright, Fontana Kaiser (59) vs. Fontana (34)
27 – Cody Call, Mendocino (62) vs. Point Arena (56)
27 – Eric Hernandez, Tulare Mission Oak (88) vs. Oakhurst Yosemite (81)
26 – Enrique Ramirez, Orland Providence (65) vs. Elk Creek (25)
26 – Eli McCloud, Los Angeles Manual Arts (56) vs. Los Angeles Hawkins (53)
25 – Jaime Jaquez, Camarillo (68) vs. Lawndale Leuzinger (77)
25 – Enrique Ramirez, Orland Providence (64) vs. Elk Creek (37)
25 – Jacob Shubin, Kerman (72) vs. Easton Washington Union (57)
25 – Eli McCloud, Los Angeles Manual Arts (92) vs. L.A. Middle College (53)
25 – Eric Hernandez, Tulare Mission Oak (68) vs. Visalia Golden West (61)
24 – Duane Darrett, Newbury Park Adventist (74) vs. Canoga Park Faith Baptist (55)
24 – Enrique Ramirez, Orland Providence (55) vs. Paradise Adventist Academy (47)
24 – Enrique Ramirez, Orland Providence (25) vs. Princeton (29)
24 – Cody Call, Mendocino (62) vs. Covelo Round Valley (51)
24 – Mehkel Harvey, Huntington Beach Ocean View (75) vs. Anaheim Loara (45)
23 – Duane Darrett, Newbury Park Adventist (83) vs. Oxnard Calvery Christian (50)
23 – Bryan Bustamante, Chula Vista Learning Center (41) vs. Bayfront Charter (60)
23 – Jacob Shubin, Kerman (60) vs. Madera Ranchos Liberty (47)
23 – Milford Harrison, Happy Camp (51) vs. Dorris Butte Valley (56)
23 – Milford Harrison, Happy Camp (66) vs. Dunsmuir (34)
23 – Kyler Warren, Atascadero (57) vs. Alhambra (60)
23 – Jarred Thompson, Modesto Big Valley Christian (81) vs. Stockton Venture Academy (63)
22 – Andre Kelly, Stockton Lincoln (72) vs. Stockton St. Mary’s (57)
*Note: Caleb Onuonga also is reported on MaxPreps with two games at 31 rebounds plus numerous others over 25 with an average of 26.5 rebounds per game. In addition, teammate Kai Weber is listed with 19.0 rebounds per game, including four outings at 26 each. Those totals obviously don’t make any sense. We’ll list them for this post but won’t accept them for state record purposes.

Most Blocked Shots
16 – Enrique Ramirez, Orland Providence (61) vs. CORE Butte (33)
14 – Enrique Ramirez, Orland Providence (44) vs. Princeton (50)
13 – Milford Harrison, Happy Camp (66) vs. Dunsmuir (34)
13 – Ezrah Mendrin, Kerman (60) vs. Hanford (49)
12 – Milford Harrison, Happy Camp (55) vs. Butte Valley (49)
12 – Caleb Carter, Stockton Stagg (65) vs. Stockton Franklin (40)
12 – Ezrah Mendrin, Kerman (77) vs. Easton Washington Union (70)
11 – Edward Turner, Bakersfield Foothill (72) vs. Bakersfield North (58)

Most Assists
19 – Darius Brown, Pasadena (95) vs. Burbank Burroughs (69)
17 – Kevin Yahampath, Irvine University (99) vs. Lake Forest El Toro (77)
17 – Daniel Rico, Kerman (81) vs. Chowchilla (49)
16 – Kevin Yahampath, Irvine University (67) vs. Garden Grove Santiago (62)
16 – Damien Miller, Escondido Orange Glen (101) vs. Escondido Charter (43)
16 – Daniel Rico, Kerman (80) vs. O’Neals Minarets (40)
15 – Kevin Yahampath, Irvine University (109) vs. Newport Beach Pacifica Christian (69)
15 – Devin Green, Barstow (114) vs. Rialto Carter (108)
15 – Damien Miller, Escondido Orange Glen (59) vs. Elsinore (45)
15 – Damien Miller, Escondido Orange Glen (75) vs. San Diego Mt. Carmel (49)
15 – Jay Araya, Stockton Christian (106) vs. Don Pedro (61)
14 – Darius Brown, Pasadena (90) vs. Arcadia (58)
14 – Daniel Rico, Kerman (63) vs. Tollhouse Sierra (48)
14 – Tyler Hafner, Redding Enterprise (68) vs. North Salinas (40)
13 – Ray Hare, Monrovia (88) vs. Pasadena Westmark (28)
13 – Wes Slajchert, Oak Park (76) vs. Long Beach Poly (85)
13 – Jay Araya, Stockton Christian (73) vs. Lodi Academy (43)
13 – Tyler Hafner, Redding Enterprise (85) vs. Gilroy (75)
13 – Cash Fulton, San Rafael San Domenico (69) vs. San Francisco Waldorf (71)
12 – Sandeep Kahlon, Rocklin Western Sierra Collegiate Academy (96) vs. Auburn Forest Lake Christian (82)
12 – Evander Burns, Barstow (98) vs. Adelanto (86)

Most Steals
12 – Chad Ramos, Trona (66) vs. Riverside Bethel Christian (30)
12 – Chad Ramos, Trona (65) vs. Maricopa (19)
12 – Juan Gonzalez, CALS Early High School (62) vs. Maywood CES (35)
12 – Christian Garrett, Vista Guajome Park (61) vs. San Diego O’Farrell Christian (47)
11 – Daniel Rico, Kerman (68) vs. Madera Ranchos Liberty (47)

Mark Tennis is the editor and publisher of Cal-Hi Sports. He can be reached at markjtennis@gmail.com. Don’t forget to follow Mark on the Cal-Hi Sports Twitter handle: @CalHiSports


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3 Comments

  1. migbarjake
    Posted February 26, 2018 at 7:57 am | Permalink

    Part of me wants to leave it as is because it gave me a good laugh, but on your list for most three-pointers (10) twice and most assists (15 and 13) is freshman JAY Araya from Stockton Christian. Not Joe. Thanks for the unexpected funny today.

    • Mark Tennis
      Posted February 26, 2018 at 11:33 am | Permalink

      Thanks for the info. We actually have all of his games listed. Just messed up on the first name.
      I laugh all of of the time looking at stats from those really small D5 schools so I guess we’re even.

      • migbarjake
        Posted February 26, 2018 at 2:19 pm | Permalink

        Even better is we’re a small D6 school. One of the smallest, but I know what you mean about some of the stats at our level. We hold our boys to a higher standard competing against D1 and D2 schools during summer and fall leagues. Still Mark, Jay is not like 6’7″ Cameron Pieters who led us to a section title 2 years ago as a senior. He is a 5’8″ freshman who if injury free is gonna be fun to watch these next few years. Thanks for all that you do.

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