Boys BB Individual Records (Scoring, Shooting)

Welcome to the online Cal-Hi Sports State Record Book & Almanac. These state record lists are for individual records in boys basketball (scoring and shooting categories). For more on late Cal-Hi Sports record book founder Nelson Tennis, CLICK HERE. These totals are through all games of the 2020 season. To submit a record or report a correction online, CLICK HERE and completely fill out the form. To inquire about a state or section record, please email markjtennis@gmail.com or call 209.608.1317 to speak to Cal-Hi Sports co-founder Mark Tennis.

Most Points (Career)
3,462 – DeMarcus Nelson, Vallejo & Sacramento Sheldon, 2001-04 (130)
3,359 – Darnell Robinson, Emeryville Emery, 1990-93 (116)
3,356 – Jarod Lucas, Hacienda Heights Los Altos, 2016-2019
3,318 – Troy Leaf, El Cajon Foothills Christian, 2007-2010 (127)
3,284 – Casey Jacobsen, Glendora, 1996-99
3,260 – Aaron Holiday, North Hollywood Campbell Hall, 2012-2015
3,216 – Taylor King, Santa Ana Mater Dei, 2004-2007 (137)
3,053 – Tracy Murray, Glendora, 1986-89 (94)
3,020 – T.J. Leaf, El Cajon Foothills Christian, 2013-2016 (116)
2,971 – Riley Battin, Oak Park, 2015-2018
2,962 – Tyrone Shelley, El Cajon Christian & San Diego Crawford, 2004-2007
2,933 – Jalen Patterson, Galt Liberty Ranch, 2017-2020 (128)
2,930 – Chase Budinger Carlsbad La Costa Canyon, 2004-2006
2,918 – LiAngelo Ball, Chino Hills, 2014-2017
2,842 – Cameron Murray, Glendora, 1991-94
2,842 – Tre’Von Willis, Easton Washington, 2003-2006
2,833 – Clark Slajchert, Oak Park, 2017-2020
2,810 – DeMar DeRozan, Compton, 2005-2008 (112)
2,768 – Joseph Octave, San Pedro Mary Star, 2016-2019
2,755 – Wendell McKines, Richmond, 2004-2007
2,755 – Josh Christopher, Lakewood Mayfair, 2017-2020
2,730 – Gerald Walker, Hayward, 1989-92 (131)
2,693 – Leon Wood, Santa Monica St. Monica, 1977-79 (80)
2,682 – Mitchell Butler, North Hollywood Oakwood, 1986-89 (93)
2,740 – Joseph Octave, San Pedro Mary Star, 2016-2019
2,666 – Jrue Holliday, North Hollywood Campbell Hall, 2005-2008 (134)
2,662 – Jason Kidd, Alameda St. Joseph, 1989-1992 (129)
2,655 – Matt Bryant, Westwood, 1994-97
2,647 – Caleb Gervin, Cathedral City, 1995-98 (99)
2,645 – Josh Childress, Lakewood Mayfair, 1998-2001
2,627 – Jaime Jaquez, Camarillo, 2016-2019
2,610 – Nick Corso, Solana Beach Santa Fe Christian, 2001-04
2,608 – Mark Wulfemeyer, Fullerton Troy, 1971-74 (95)
2,598 – Grant Verhoeven, Visalia Central Valley Christian, 2009-2012 (128)
2,590 – Jordan Franklin, Napa Trinity Prep, 2011-2014 (87)
2,587 – Chad Bickley, Santa Maria Valley Christian, 1992-95 (97)
2,566 – Erron Maxey, Lake Elsinore, 1994-95 & Lake Elsinore Temescal Canyon, 1996-97
2,549 – Tony Clark, El Cajon Valhalla & El Cajon Christian, 1988-1990 (83)
2,548 – Robbie Rowland, Cloverdale, 2007-2010
2,543 – Darius Nelson, Sacramento Sheldon, 2008-2011 (113)
2,522 – Lonzo Ball, Chino Hills, 2013-2016
2,522 – Joey Calcaterra, Larkspur Redwood, 2014-2017
2,506 – Greg Goorjian, La Crescenta Crescenta Valley, 1976-78 (82)
2,475 – Jeremy Killion, San Diego Kearny, Poway & San Diego Rancho Bernardo, 1993-96
2,471 – Stephon Carter, Bakersfield Garces, 2006-2009
2,456 – Tom Lewis, Santa Ana Mater Dei, 1983 -85 (91)
2,456 – DeShawn Stevenson, Easton Washington, 1997-2000
2,451 – Shaun Davis, San Diego Lincoln, 2000-03
2,449 – Bill Cartwright, Elk Grove, 1973-75 (84)
2,430 – Reese Morgan, Rolling Hills Estates Peninsula, 2008-2011
2,409 – Jerome Green, Chula Vista, 1991-93
2,405 – Jason Kapono, Lakewood Artesia, 1996-99
2,398 – Tyler Dorsey, Los Angeles Ribet & Bellflower St. John Bosco & Pasadena Maranatha, 2012-15
2,394 – Jordan Ford, Folsom, 2013-2016
2,389 – Rich Waller, Santa Rosa Rincon Valley Christian, 1994-97
2,386 – Aaron Gordon, San Jose Archbishop Mitty, 2010-2013
2,385 – Tim Pearce, Oakland Fremont, 2001-03 & Hercules, 2004 (104)*
2,375 – Tim Drisdom, Downey Calvary Chapel, 1999-02
2,369 – Danny Church, Westwood, 1989-1992
2,353 – Adrian Oliver, Modesto Christian, 2003-2006
2,353 – Damari Milstead, Hayward Moreau Catholic, 2014-2017
2,350 – Jalen Green, Fresno San Joaquin Memorial, 2017-2019**
2,343 – Don MacLean, Simi Valley, 1986-88 (89)
2,314 – Wayne Carlander, El Toro & Huntington Beach Ocean View, 1979-1981
2,307 – Craig McMillan, Cloverdale, 1981-84 (110)
2,305 – Eric Bamberger, Concord Ygnacio Valley, 1985-88 (97)
2,305 – Darrin Person Jr., Reedley Immanuel, 2014-2017
*Two games are missing from total; probably above 2,400.
**Played at Napa Prolific Prep as senior (school is not part of CIF or regular high school competition).

Most Points (Game)
100 – Tigran Grigoryan, Pico Rivera Mesrobian (114) vs. Los Angeles Pacific Christian (47), Feb. 2003
92 – La’Melo Ball, Chino Hills (146) vs. Rancho Cucamonga Los Osos (123), Feb. 2017 (Soph.)
89 – Chad Bickley, Santa Maria Valley Christian (130) vs. Cuyama Valley (48), Feb. 1992 (Jr.)
82 – Winters Patterson, San Francisco Balboa (128) vs. Oakland Skyline (109), Nov. 1995
79 – Chad Bickley, Santa Maria Valley Christian (118) vs. Sacramento Citadel (70), Dec. 1994
78 – Walter Jackson, San Francisco Balboa (128) vs. San Francisco O’Connell (63), Jan. 1992
77 – Mikey Williams, San Ysidro (116) vs. San Diego Kearny (52), Dec. 2019 (Fr.)
76 – Tyrone Shelley, San Diego Crawford (138) vs. Burlington Central (Canada) (29), Dec. 2005
74 – Nick Tenneriello, Los Angles Colbert (97) vs. Los Angeles Brentwood (6), Feb. 1968
75 – Trayvon Davis, San Bernardino (95) vs. Moreno Valley Vista del Lago (22), Jan. 2019
73 – Mike Fisher, San Marino Southwest (101) vs. Los Angeles Pacific Christian (67), Dec. 1990
72 – Joel Black, San Francisco Lick-Wilmerding (101) vs. Petaluma St. Vincent (65), Feb. 1966
72 – Li’Angelo Ball, Chino Hills (128) vs. Temecula Rancho Christian (108), Dec. 2016
72 – Matt Bradley, San Bernardino (88) vs. Riverside Rubidoux (55), Jan. 2017
71 – Noah Valencia, Riverside California School for Deaf (94) vs. Baker (33), Dec. 2015
71 – Earl Johnson Jr., Oroville Early College Charter (79) vs. Quincy Plumas Charter (74) (OT), Jan. 2019
70 – Tony Dean, Upland Academy (116) vs. Van Nuys Montclair Prep (7), Feb. 1963
70 – Vince Mannino, San Pedro Lasuen (120) vs. Encino Crespi (31), Feb. 1965*
70 – Joel Pastrana, La Verne Calvary Baptist (104) vs. Redlands Grove School (48), Jan. 2019
69 – Don Lyons, Berkeley C.S.D. (82) vs. San Rafael Military Academy (38), Feb. 1964
69 – Jerry Simon, Los Angeles Marshall (98) vs. Los Angeles Belmont (61), Feb. 1986
69 – Jesse Franco, Watsonville Ceiba College Prep (93) vs. Garden Grove Trinity Christian (87), Jan. 2020
68 – Doug Dunlap, Eagle Rock (97) vs. Los Angeles Lincoln (69), Jan. 1967
68 – Tes Whitlock, Anaheim Loara (112) vs. Santa Ana Saddleback (102), Dec. 1990
66 – Bob Weister, Torrance (103) vs. Lawndale (48), Feb. 1961
66 – Bud Fabian, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame (116) vs. Los Angeles Cathedral (52), Feb. 1969
66 – Bill Cartwright, Elk Grove (94) vs. Sacramento Christian Brothers (43), Feb. 1975
65 – Tom Jackson, La Puente Bassett (94) vs. West Covina Edgewood (64), Jan. 1970
65 – Mark Haddan, Salinas Alisal vs. Watsonville, 1972
65 – Eliseo Santillano, McFarland (111) vs. Woodlake (81), Feb. 1992
65 – Andre Conners, Whitewater St. John’s (113) vs. Zinsmeyer Long Beach (50), Jan. 2001
65 – Li’Angelo Ball, Chino Hills (131) vs. Henderson (Nev.) Foothill, Dec. 2016
*Second half postponed for four days due to a leaky roof.

Most Points (Half)*
62 – La’Melo Ball, Chino Hills (146) vs. Rancho Cucamonga Los Osos (123), Feb. 2017 (Soph.)
53 – Tigran Gregoryan, Pico Rivera Mesrobian (114) vs. Los Angeles Pacific Christian (47), Feb. 2003
50 – Walter Jackson, San Francisco Balboa (128) vs. San Francisco O’Connell (63), Jan. 1992

Most Points (Quarter)
41 – La’Melo Ball, Chino Hills (146) vs. Rancho Cucamonga Los Osos (123), Feb. 2017 (4th qtr.) Soph.
35 – Vince Mannino, San Pedro Lasuen (120) vs. Encino Crespi (31), Feb. 1965 (4th qtr.)
34 – Justin Van Duyne, Hacienda Heights Los Altos (73) vs. Pomona (77), Jan. 1999 (4th qtr.) Jr.

Most Points (Two Consecutive Games)
129 – Mike Fisher, San Marino Southwest, Dec. 1990 (73, 56)
128 – Li’Angelo Ball, Chino Hills, Dec. 2016 (56, 72)
128 – La’Melo Ball, Chino Hills, Feb. 2017 (36, 92) Soph.
128 – Mikey Williams, San Ysidro, Dec. 2019 (51, 77) Fr.
127 – Winters Patterson, San Francisco Balboa , Nov.-Dec. 1995 (82, 45)
126 – Greg Goorjian, La Crescenta Crescenta Valley, Jan. 1978 (62, 64)
123 – Chad Bickley, Santa Maria Valley Christian, Feb. 1994 (89, 34)

Most Points (Season)
1,505 – Tracy Murray, Glendora, 1989 (34)
1,337 – Tony Clark, El Cajon Christian, 1990 (31)
1,259 – Greg Goorjian, La Crescenta Crescenta Valley, 1978 (29)
1,232 – Bill Cartwright, Elk Grove, 1975 (32)
1,210 – Winters Patterson, San Francisco Balboa, 1996 (33)
1,203 – Leon Wood, Santa Monica St. Monica, 1979 (29)
1,189 – Jarod Lucas, Hacienda Heights Los Altos, 2019 (30)
1,155 – Louis Kelly, San Bernardino Cajon, 1997 (30)
1,093 – Nomo Williams, West Sacramento River City, 1985 (31)
1,074 – Joe Hillman, Glendale Hoover, 1984 (26)
1,070 – Casey Jacobsen, Glendora, 1998 (32) Jr.
1,063 – Ryan Turell, Valley Village Valley Torah, 2018 (31)
1,060 – DeMarcus Nelson, Sacramento Sheldon, 2004 (35)
1,054 – Chase Budinger, Carlsbad La Costa Canyon, 2006 (31)
1,040 – Paul Westphal, Redondo Beach Aviation, 1968 (32)
1,028 – Casey Jacobsen, Glendora, 1999 (34)
1,022 – Ruben Douglas, Burbank Bellarmine-Jefferson, 1998 (30)
1,021 – Tyler Dorsey, Pasadena Maranatha, 2015 (30)
1,019 – Wendell McKines, Richmond, 2007 (29)
1,014 – Austin Larson, Redding Christian, 2019 (34)
1,013 – Li’Angelo Ball, Chino Hills, 2017 (30)
1,008 – Don MacLean, Simi Valley, 1988 (32)
1,003 – Bryce Taylor, North Hollywood Harvard-Westlake, 2003 (36) Jr.
1,001 – Earnest Killum, Lynwood, 1990 (34)
Regular Season:
1,157 – Tracy Murray, Glendora, 1989 (26)
1,118 – Jarod Lucas, Hacienda Heights Los Altos, 2019 (28)
1,088 – Winters Patterson, San Francisco Balboa, 1996 (29)
1,086 – Greg Goorjian, La Crescenta Crescenta Valley, 1978 (25)
1,057 – Nomo Williams, West Sacramento River City, 1985 (30)
1,032 – Joe Hillman, Glendale Hoover, 1984 (25)
1,014 – Leon Wood, Santa Monica St. Monica, 1979 (24)
1,007 – Tony Clark, El Cajon Christian, 1990 (23)

Progressive Record for Most Season Points
736 – Ronnie Bane, Alhambra, 1951 (29)
736 – Mike Diaz, Fairfield Armijo, 1953 (25)*
789 – Fred Crabtree, Covina, 1955 (31)
864 – Jerry Pimm, Montebello, 1956 (33)
900 – Bill Kilmer, Azusa Citrus, 1957 (34)
966 – John Rudometkin, Santa Maria, 1958 (32)
987 – Freddie Goss, Compton, 1961 (31)**
994 – Steve Patterson, Santa Maria, 1966 (29)
1,040 – Paul Westphal, Redondo Beach Aviation, 1968 (32)
1,232 – Bill Cartwright, Elk Grove, 1975 (32)
1,259 – Greg Goorjian, La Crescenta Crescenta Valley, 1978 (29)
1,505 – Tracy Murray, Glendora, 1989 (34)
*Does not include 104 pts in March 1953 point differential tournament with six abbreviated games.
**Does not include 71 pts in two games played before legal starting date.

Progressive Record For Most Career Points
1,677 – Mike Diaz, Fairfield Armijo, 1951-52 (71)
1,901 – Bill Kilmer, Azusa Citrus, 1955-1957 (93)
1,917 – Bart Johnson, Torrance, 1964-67
2,288 – Roscoe Pondexter, Fresno San Joaquin Memorial, 1968-1971
2,608 – Mark Wulfemeyer, Fullerton Troy, 1971-74 (95)
2,693 – Leon Wood, Santa Monica St. Monica, 1977-79 (80)
3,053 – Tracy Murray, Glendora, 1986-89 (95)
3,359 – Darnell Robinson, Emeryville Emery, 1990-1993 (116)
3,462 – DeMarcus Nelson, Vallejo, 2001-03 & Sacramento Sheldon, 2004

Progressive Record for Single Game Points
58 – Art Worthy, Huntington Beach (111) vs. Santa Ana (3), Dec. 1910
64 – Mike Diaz, Armijo Fairfield (90) vs. Benicia (46), Jan. 1953
64 – Charlie Franklin, Los Angeles Manual Arts (97) vs. Los Angeles Garfield (34), Feb. 1953 (Jr.)
66 – Bob Weister, Torrance (103) vs. Lawndale (48), Feb. 1961
70 – Tony Dean, Upland Academy (116) vs. Van Nuys Montclair Prep (7), Feb. 1963
70 – Vince Mannino, San Pedro Lasuen (120) vs. Encino Crespi (31), Feb. 1965
72 – Joel Black, San Francisco Lick-Wilmerding (101) vs. Petaluma St. Vincent (65), Feb. 1966
74 – Nick Tenneriello, Los Angles Colbert (97) vs. Los Angeles Brentwood (6), Feb. 1968
78 – Walter Jackson, San Francisco Balboa (128) vs. San Francisco O’Connell (63), Jan. 1992
89 – Chad Bickley, Santa Maria Valley Christian (130) vs. Cuyama Valley (48), Feb. 1992 Jr.
100 – Tigran Grigorian, Pico Rivera Mesrobian (114) vs. Los Angeles Pacific (47), Feb. 2003

Most All of Team’s Points (Game)
39 – Delmos Anagonos, Los Angeles Le Lycee Francais (39) vs. California School for Boys (57), Jan. 1971

Most All of Team’s Points (Quarter)
21 – Greg Johnson, Napa (66) vs. Rohnert Park Rancho Cotate (76), Nov. 1979 (3rd qtr., scored 32 points for the game)

Highest Scoring Averages (Season)
45.7 – Mike Fisher, San Marino Southwestern, 1991 (914/20)
44.3 – Tracy Murray, Glendora, 1989 (1505/34)
43.4 – Greg Goorjian, La Crescenta Crescenta Valley, 1978 (1259/29)
43.1 – Tony Clark, El Cajon Christian, 1990 (1337/31)
41.5 – Leon Wood, Santa Monica St. Monica, 1979 (1203/29)
41.3 – Joe Hillman, Glendale Hoover, 1984 (1074/26)
41.2 – Brian Hueblein, Pasadena Poly, 1970 (947/23)
39.6 – Jarod Lucas, Hacienda Heights Los Altos, 2019 (1189/30)
38.8 – Kellan White, Stockton Samuel Hancock, 2004 (893/23)
38.5 – Bill Cartwright, Elk Grove, 1975 (1232/32)
38.5 – Louis Kelly, San Bernardino Cajon, 1997 (1155/30)
38.0 – Jordan Franklin, Napa Trinity Prep, 2014 (19)
37.8 – Randy Betten, San Bernardino New Life Chr., 1990 (794/21)
37.8 – Patrick Gonzalez, Burbank Providence, 2011 (23)
37.8 – Clayton Ladine, San Francisco Burton, 2015 (945/25)
36.7 – Winters Patterson, San Francisco Balboa, 1996 (1210/33)
36.5 – Mark Wulfemeyer, Fullerton Troy, 1974 (876/24)
36.4 – Robbie Lemons, Sacramento Country Day, 2010 (24)
36.3 – Ray Price, Temple City, 1970 (835/23)
36.2 – David White, Northridge Highland Hall, 1980 (760/21) Jr.
35.8 – Kyle Roach, San Rafael Marin Academy, 2015 (849/24)
35.6 – Leon Wood, Santa Monica St. Monica, 1978 (26) Jr.
35.5 – Sammy Delerahim,Tarzana Stonebridge Prep, 1999 (603/17) Soph.
35.5 – Jordan Franklin, Napa Trinity Prep, 2013 (23) Jr.
35.4 – John Starkins, Los Angeles Marshall, 1969 (495/14)
35.4 – Craig Cieslik, Lancaster Antelope Valley Christian, 1991 (637/18)
35.3 – Robert Turner, La Verne Calvary Baptist, 1977 (494/14) So.

Progressive Record for Highest Season Scoring Average
30.4 – Art Worthy, Huntington Beach, 1911 (14)
31.6 – Tom Faszholz, Oakland Concordia, 1955 (664/21)
34.0 – Don Lyons, Berkeley California School for Deaf, 1964 (918/27)
34.3 – Steve Patterson, Santa Maria, 1966 (994/29)
34.4 – Nick Tenneriallo, Los Angeles Colbert, 1968 (344/10)
35.4 – John Starkins, Los Angeles Marshall, 1969 (495/14)
41.2 – Brian Hueblein, Pasadena Poly, 1970 (947/23)
43.4 – Greg Goorjian, La Crescenta Crescenta Valley, 1978 (1259/29)
44.3 – Tracy Murray, Glendora, 1989 (1505/34)
45.7 – Mike Fisher, San Marino Southwestern, 1991 (914/20)

Highest Scoring Averages (Career)
33.7 – Leon Wood, Santa Monica St. Monica, 1977-1979 (2693/80)
32.6 – Brian Hueblein, Pasadena Poly, 1968-1970 (1859/57)
32.5 – Tracy Murray, Glendora, 1986-1989 (3053/94)
32.0 – Chase Budinger, Carlsbad La Costa Canyon, 2003-2006
31.2 – Tyrone Shelley, El Cajon Christian & San Diego Crawford, 2004-2007
30.7 – Tony Clark, El Cajon Valhalla & El Cajon Christian, 1988-1990 (2549/83)
30.6 – Greg Goorjian, La Crescenta Crescenta Valley, 1976-78 (2506/82)
29.8 – Jordan Franklin, Napa Trinity Prep, 2011-2014 (2590/87)
29.4 – Jarod Lucas, Los Altos Hacienda Heights, 2016-2019 (3356/114)
29.3 – Louis Kelly, San Bernardino Cajon, 1995-97
29.2 – Bill Cartwright, Elk Grove, 1973-75 (2449/84)
29.0 – Darnell Robinson, Emeryville Emery, 1990-93 (3359/116)
28.8 – Mitchell Butler, North Hollywood Oakwood, 1986-89 (2682/93)
28.8 – Christopher Schwartz-Edmiston, Sacramento Waldorf, 2010-2012 (76)
28.7 – Randy Betten, San Bernardino New Life Chr., 1987-1990
28.7 – Wendell McKines, Richmond, 2004-2007 (2755/96)
28.4 – Marcus LoVett Jr., Burbank Providence, 2010-11 & San Gabriel Academy, 2012 (66)*
28.3 – Darren Daye, Granada Hills Kennedy, 1977-79 (63)
27.9 – Joel Finney, Los Angeles Central City Value, 2014-2016 (1926/69)
27.5 – Mark Wulfemeyer, Fullerton Troy, 1971-74 (2608/95)
27.0 – Tom Lewis, Santa Ana Mater Dei, 1983-85 (2456/91)
26.7 – Caleb Gervin, Catherdral City, 1995-98 (2647/99)
26.6 – Joe Hillman, Glendale Hoover, 1982-84 (2213/83)
26.3 – Don MacLean, Simi Valley, 1986-88 (2343/89)
26.2 – John Greer, Elsinore, 1974-76 (2108/80)
26.1 – Paul Halupa, Chula Vista Bonita Vista, 1968-70 (1982/76)
*Marcus LoVett Jr. played senior year in 2013 at Morgan Park (Ill.) & points/average from there not counted in California total.
Note: Robert Turner (Calvary Baptist, La Verne) averaged 35.3 in 1977 as a soph. and 31.3 in 1978 as a junior, but his senior season at another unknown school is not reported.

Most Three-Pt. Field Goals Made (Season)*
165 – Chad Bickley, Santa Maria Valley Christian, 1994 (26) Jr.
156 – Jimmy Beltz, Lodi Elliot Christian, 2017 (34)
154 – La’Melo Ball, Chino Hills, 2017
149 – Brendan Holmes, Huntington Beach Marina, 2009 (Soph.)
147 – Chad Bickley, Santa Maria Valley Christian, 1995 (28)
145 – Mark Dillon, El Cajon Valhalla, 1991 (30)
143 – Domanic Safarta, El Cajon Valhalla, 2019 (33)
142 – Troy Lewis, Huntington Beach Marina, 2007 (27)
140 – Steve Clover, Rolling Hills, 1990 (28)
139 – Chad Bickley, Santa Maria Valley Christian, 1993 (28) Soph.
137 – Cole Anderson, Fresno Clovis West, 2020 (32) Jr.
137 – Patrick Gonzalez, Burbank Providence, 2011 (23)
135 – Mike Kinoshita, Huntington Beach Marina, 2007 (27)
134 – Max Thurman, Fullerton Sunny Hills, 2014 (29)
133 – Jarod Lucas, Hacienda Heights Los Altos, 2019 (30)
132 – Nick Taylor, Granite Hills El Cajon, 2006
132 – D.J. Davis, Corona Centennial, 2018 (31) Soph.
131 – Clay McKnight, Santa Ana Mater Dei, 1995 (37)
131 – Troy Barbarin, Riverside Arlington, 2020 (27) Soph.
130 – Luke Duperron Torrance North, 2006 (28) Jr.
130 – Richard McMichael, Compton Centennial, 2017 (26)
129 – Tom Airey, Mission Viejo Capistrano Valley, 1992
128 – Gabriel Torres, Woodland Pioneer, 2014 (27)
127 – Moises Alvarez, Hemet, 1998
127 – William Pallesi, Selma, 2018 (32)
126 – Tom Airey, Mission Viejo Capistrano Valley, 1991 (28) Jr.
125 – Tracy Murray, Glendora, 1989 (34)
125 – Joe Phears, Pomona, 1993 (24)
125 – Josh Singh, Elk Grove Lutheran, 2017 (27)
125 – Breckin Beaman, Carmichael Sacramento Adventist, 2019 (Soph.)
124 – Casey Jacobsen, Glendora, 1998
124 – Jojo Ballestero, Anaheim Canyon, 2011 (30) Soph.
124 – Jimmy Beltz, Lodi Elliot Christian, 2016 (29) Jr.
124 – Ryan Godges, Santa Barbara San Marcos, 2018 (34)
123 – Alex Torres, San Diego Montgomery, 2015 (31)
122 – Rashawn Allen, La Jolla Country Day, 2000 (33)
121 – Matt Bryant, Westwood, 1997
121 – Chris Carter, El Cajon Christian, 2000 (32)
121 – Breckin Beaman, Carmichael Sacramento Adventist, 2020 (30) Jr.
120 – Sam Claranan, Los Angeles Brentwood, 2018 (34)
120 – Timothy Brandon, Lancaster Baptist, 2013 (20) Jr.
119 – Sam Osofsky, Westwood, 2007
119 – Mandeep Dhillon, Livingston, 1996 (30)
118 – Jeff Oliver, Ventura Buena, 1990 (27)
118 – Kemmy Burgess, El Cajon Valley, 1999
118 – Sam Osofsky, Westwood, 2006 (27) Jr.
117 – Caise Burris, Simi Valley, 2005 (30)
115 – Eliseo Santillano, McFarland, 1992 (26)
*Three-point field goals were introduced in the 1988 season.

Highest Three-Pt. Percentage (Season)
60.3 – Luis Salgado, El Cajon Foothills Christian, 2014 (94×156)
56.0 – Scott Huffman, Poway, 2004 (42/75)
51.5 – Richard Holmes, Ramona, 2000 (69/134)

Most Three-Pt. Field Goals Made (Game)
23 – Joel Pastrana, La Verne Calvary Baptist (104) vs. Redlands The Grove School (48), Jan. 2019 (70 pts.)
21 – Chad Bickley, Santa Maria Valley Christian (118) vs. Sacramento Citadel (70), Dec. 1994 (79 pts.)
20 – Chad Bickley, Santa Maria Valley Christian (130) vs. Cuyama Valley (48), Feb. 1994 (89 pts.) (Jr.)
17 – Scott Reeves, San Jose Valley Christian (93) vs. San Jose Silver Creek (52), Feb. 1995 (58 pts.)
16 – Wes Lynch, Rancho Mirage (96) vs. Desert Mirage (52), Jan. 2018
15 – Brad Goff, El Centro Southwest vs. Blythe Palo Verde, Feb. 2002
15 – Phillip Matcham, Clovis East (104) vs. Torrance North (96) (OT), Dec. 2004 (51 pts.)
14 – Joe Phears, Pomona (137) vs. La Puente Bassett (101), Jan. 1993 (48 pts.)
14 – Jesse Daniel, Hemet West Valley (100) vs. Phelan Serrano (41), Jan. 1994 (49 pts.)
14 – Gilbert Arenas, Van Nuys Grant (80) vs. Lancaster (51), Dec. 1998
14 – Maximus Bo, Irvine Crean Lutheran vs. Cerritos Whitney, 2018
13 – Rick Martinez, Fontana Ambassador Baptist (106) vs. Desert Christian (40), Jan. 1992 (48 pts.)
13 – Eliseo Santillano, McFarland (111) vs. Woodlake (81), Feb. 1992 (65 pts.)
13 – Aaron Perry, Canoga Park (83) vs. Los Angeles Dorsey (95), Dec. 2004 (51 pts)
13 – Brendan Holmes, Huntington Beach Marina (103) vs. Norwalk (59), Dec. 2007 (39 pts.)
12 – Chris Hansen, El Segundo (93) vs. Glendale Academy (50), Jan. 1991 (40 pts. )
12 – Mark Dillon, El Cajon Valhalla (99) vs. Santee West Hills (61), Feb. 1991 (50 pts.)
12 – Jamie Hamilton, San Dimas (76) vs. Duarte (52), Feb. 1991 (46 pts.)
12 – Gabe Colon, Burbank Burroughs (80) vs. Newhall Hart (82), Jan. 1993 (46 pts.)
12 – Chad Bickley, Santa Maria Valley Christian (110) vs. Shandon (69), Jan. 1993 (41 pts.) (Soph.)
12 – Moses Alvarez, Hemet vs. Murrieta Valley, Dec. 1996 (55 pts.)
12 – Kemmy Burgess, El Cajon Valley (107) vs. Spring Valley Monte Vista (98), Jan. 1998 (54 pts.)
12 – Danny Vasquez, Rosemead Bosco Tech vs. San Pedro Mary Star, 2003
12 – Chad Lichau, Napa Justin-Siena (74) vs. Novato (59), Jan. 2004 (57 pts.) Jr.
12 – James Powell, Glendora (79) vs. Chino Hills Ayala (64), Jan. 2005 (53 pts.)
12 – Nick Taylor, El Cajon Granite Hills (98) vs. National City Sweetwater (36), Dec. 2005
12 – Jonathan Chu, Alhambra Keppel (89) vs. Montclair (75), Dec 2005
12 – Troy Lewis, Huntington Beach Marina (117) vs. Barstow (97), Dec. 2006
12 – Erick Ruiz, Chula Vista vs. La Mesa Grossmont, Dec. 2014
12 – Max Thurman, Fullerton Sunny Hills (75) vs. Redlands East Valley (89), Dec. 2014
12 – Luke Dillon, Sanger (89) vs. Madera South (39), Jan. 2020

Most Consecutive Three-Pt. Field Goals Made
9 – Clay McKnight, Santa Ana Mater Dei (99) vs. Corona del Mar (45), Dec. 1993 (Jr.)
9 – Cassidy Raher, San Francisco St. Ignatius (80) vs. San Francisco Balboa (74), March 1996 OT)

Most Three-Pt. Field Goals Made (Career)
507 – Chad Bickley, Santa Maria Valley Christian, 1992-95 (97)
497 – Ryan Sowles, Rio Linda, 1998-2001
443 – Jimmy Beltz, Lodi Elliot Christian, 2014-2017 (119)
443 – Li’Angelo Ball, Chino Hills, 2014-2017
409 – Brendan Holmes, Huntington Beach Marina, 2007-2010 (110)
390 – Casey Jacobsen, Glendora, 1996-99 (127)
387 – Adam Jacobsen, Glendora (1990-92) & La Crescenta Crescenta Valley, 1993
384 – Jarod Lucas, Hacienda Heights Los Altos, 2016-2019 (114)
370 – Taylor King, Santa Ana Mater Dei, 2004-2007 (137)
358 – D.J. Davis, Corona Centennial (2017-2019) & Riverside Poly, 2020
348 – Brad Amburgey, Big Bear Lake Big Bear, 2011-2013 (73)
346 – Blake Seits, Ramona, 2013-2016 (114)
334 – Matt Bryant, Westwood, 1994-97
328 – Cameron Murray, Glendora, 1991-94
319 – Jojo Ballestero, Anaheim Canyon, 2011-2013
319 – Jud Sailsbery, Orland, 2010-2013 (116)
315 – Luis Salgado, El Cajon Foothills Christian, 2012-2016
313 – Bill Krause, Orinda Miramonte, 1997-1999 (94)
291 – Clark Slajchert, Oak Park, 2017-2020
290 – Alex Torres, San Diego Rock Academy & Imperial Beach Mar Vista & San Diego Montgomery, 2012-2016 (86)
289 – Sam Osofsky, Westwood, 2004-2007
288 – Steve Clover, Rolling Hills Estates Rolling Hills, 1988-1990 (85)
285 – Breckin Beaman, Carmichael Sacramento Adventist, 2018-2020 (95) Current
284 – Kalob Hatcher, El Cajon Foothills Christian, 2007-2010 (129)
283 – Jemarl Baker, Eastvale Roosevelt, 2014-2017
282 – Joe Phears, Pomona, 1990-93
279 – Nick Kerr, San Diego Torrey Pines, 2008-2011
277 – Todd Ammons, Palos Verdes Peninsula Chadwick, 1992-95
276 – Tom Airey, Mission Viejo Capistrano Valley, 1990-1992
276 – Clay McKnight, Santa Ana Mater Dei, 1993-95
273 – Troy Leaf, El Cajon Foothills Christian, 2007-2010
268 – Jeff Oliver, Ventura Buena, 1988-1990 (79)
268 – Eric Palmer, Irvine University, 1995-98
264 – Jalen Patterson, Galt Liberty Ranch, 2017-2020 (128)
262 – Ronnie Wright, Bakersfield Foothill, 1990-93

Most Free Throws Made (Game)
30 – David Lerma, Lodi Elliot Christian (79) vs. Jackson Argonaut (63), Mar. 2015 (30×36)
28 – Tim Hatton, Bakersfield North (80) vs. Bakersfield Highland (101), Dec. 1998 (28×30)
27 – Kevin Groves, Concord De La Salle (67) vs. Oakland McClymonds (60), Mar. 1993 (27×30)
27 – Nate Kendricks, Reedley Immanuel (74) vs. Clovis (90), Dec. 2017
26 – Charlie Mercado, Vista (94) vs. Bakersfield Centennial (79), Dec. 1997 (26×26) (47 pts.)
25 – Jarod Lucas, Hacienda Heights Los Altos (89) vs. West Covina (57), Jan. 2019
24 – Jim Wilson, Weed (89) vs. McArthur Fall River (39), Nov. 1956 (24×27)
24 – Greg Scattini, Salinas Palma (86) vs. Seaside (64), Jan. 1986 (24×26)
24 – Gary McNellys, Rancho Cucamonga (106) vs. Corona Santiago (98), Dec. 2005 (24×26)
24 – Nate Kendricks, Reedley Immanuel (73) vs. Mountain View St. Francis (88), Dec. 2017
23 – John Carmichael, San Mateo Serra (62) vs. Alameda St. Joseph (58), Jan. 1962 (23×26)
23 – Erik Lohse, Hamilton City (93) vs. Redding Liberty (78), Feb. 1998 (23×33) (40 pts.)
23 – Ray Reed, Inglewood (76) vs. Compton Centennial (75), Feb. 2003 (23×27) (27 pts.) (2OT)
23 – Walker Hawkins, San Jose Thomas More (72) vs. San Francisco Bridgemont (66), Feb. 2008 (23×26) (35 pts.)
23 – Jahmel Taylor, Chatsworth Sierra Canyon (78) vs. Los Angeles Pacific Hills (73), Feb. 2011 (23×24)
22 – Ricky Anderson, Long Beach Poly, Dec. 1997 (22×23)
22 – Josh Williams, Bakersfield North (92) vs. Bakersfield South (97), Feb. 1999 (22×29) (OT)
22 – Chad Lichau, Napa Justin-Siena (84) vs. Novato San Marin (89) Feb. 2004 (22×26) (48 pts.) Jr.
22 – La’Shard Anderson, San Diego Serra (84) vs. Long Beach Jordan (78), Dec. 2006 (22×22) (34 pts.)
22 – D.J. Gay, Sun Valley Poly (75) vs. Van Nuys (72), Jan. 2007 (22×23) (OT)
22 – Eric Jimenez, Cudahy Elizabeth Learning Center (83) vs. Firebaugh (85) Dec. 2007 (22×25) (61 pts.)
22 – La’Shard Anderson, San Diego Serra (78) vs. Long Beach Jordan (84), Dec. 2007
22 – Johnny Dee, Vista Rancho Buena Vista vs. La Jolla Country Day, Jan. 2011
22 – Kezie Okpala, Anaheim Esperanza (73) vs. Proviso East (Ill.), Dec. 2016
21 – Don Parrish, East Bakersfield (91) vs. South Bakersfield (44), Feb. 1968
21 – Mark Haddan, Salinas Alisal vs. Watsonville, 1972
21 – Joe Hillman, Glendale Hoover vs. Las Vegas Western, Dec. 1983 (21×22)
21 – Barrie Eget, La Crescenta Crescenta Valley (75) vs. Arcadia (61), Jan. 1987 (21×21)
21 – Mike Wasserburger, San Diego Mt. Carmel (67) vs. San Diego Torrey Pines (64), Feb. 1987 (21×22) (27 pts.)
21 – Terrell Lyday, Fresno Hoover (86) vs. Fresno Edison (60), Feb. 1997 (21×22) (29 pts.)
21 – Troy Draves, Hacienda Heights Wilson (69) vs. Pasadena (90), Dec. 2006 (21×22) (53 pts.)
21 – Chen Cai, San Diego Maranatha Christian vs. San Diego Morse, Dec. 2009
21 – Makani Whiteside, Madera Ranchos Liberty (104) vs. Orange Cove (66), Jan. 2019 (21×24)

Most Free Throws Without a Miss (Game)
26 – Charlie Mercado, Vista (94) vs. Bakersfield Centennial (79), Dec. 1997 (47 pts.)
22 – La’Shard Anderson, San Diego Serra (84) vs. Long Beach Jordan (78), Dec. 2006 (34 pts.)
21 – Barrie Eget, La Crescenta Crescenta Valley (75) vs. Arcadia (61), Jan. 1987
20 – Ryan Crane, Merced Golden Valley (70) vs. Fresno Edison (76), Dec. 1997 (39 pts.)
19 – Jon Sheets, Grass Valley Nevada Union (71) vs. Sacramento Kennedy (60), Jan. 2003 (33 pts.)
19 – Clark Slajchert, Oak Park (107) vs. Downey Warren (103) (2 OTs), Feb. 2020
18 – Darren Moore, Chino Hills Ayala (64) vs. Lakewood Mayfair (55) Dec. 2005
18 – Daniel Hackett, Bellflower St. John Bosco (57) vs. La Habra Sonora (45), 2006 (Jr.)
18 – Reese Morgan, Rolling Hills Estates Peninsula (78), Anaheim Esperanza (72), Feb. 2008 Fr.

Most Consecutive Free Throws Made (Game)
26 – Charlie Mercado, Vista (94) vs. Bakersfield Centennial (79), Dec. 1997 (26×26) (47 pts.)
21 – Barrie Eget, La Crescenta Crescenta Valley (75) vs. Arcadia (61), Jan. 1987 (21×21)
21 – Kevin Groves, Concord De La Salle (67) vs. Oakland McClymonds (60), March 1993 (27×30)
20 – Ryan Crane, Merced Golden Valley 70) vs. Fresno Edison (76), Dec. 1997 (20×20)

Most Consecutive Free Throws Made
54 – Jeff Work, Fallbrook, 1985
54 – Aaron Lawrence, Sacramento McClatchy, 2001
50 – Mike Thimgan, Anaheim Esperanza, 1994 (10 games)
45 – Bob Hill, Porterville, 1955
45 – Jay Wolcott, Santa Rosa Montgomery, 1992 (12 games)
38 – Sandy Fry, Hayward, 1968 (5 games)
39 – Shane Jager, Vista, 1993
37 – Brian Kuklok, Poway, 2008
37 – Brian Kuklok, Poway, 2009
35 – Frank Allocco, Walnut Creek Northgate, 1996
33 – Mark Moses, Westminster La Quinta, 1984 (4 games)
33 – Chuck Martinez, Bishop, 1985 (6 games) Jr.
33 – Barrie Eget, La Crescenta Crescenta Valley, 1987 (2 games)

Most Free Throws Made (Season)
422 – Jarod Lucas, Hacienda Heights Los Altos, 2019 (422×476)
317 – Kezie Okpala, Anaheim Esperanza, 2017 (32)
306 – Nate Kendricks, Reedley Immanuel, 2018 (306×385)
302 – Tracy Murray, Glendora, 1989
293 – Tyler Dorsey, Pasadena Maranatha, 2015 (30)
287 – Makani Whiteside, Madera Ranchos Liberty, 2019 (33)
279 – Ryan Crane, Merced Golden Valley, 1999 (279×368)
264 – Roschon Prince, Long Beach Poly, 2012 (264×384) Jr.
255 – Ryan Crane, Merced Golden Valley, 1998 (255×286) Jr.
253 – Wesley Saunders, Los Angeles Windward, 2010 (253×343) Jr.
249 – Jules Bernard, Los Angeles Windward, 2017 (29)
248 – David Lerma, Lodi Elliot Christian, 2015 (30)
247 – Reese Morgan, Palos Verdes Estates Peninsula, 2011 (247×299) (33 gms.)
244 – Casey Jacobsen, Glendora, 1999
241 – Jordan Slaton, Bakersfield Garces, 2015 (28) Jr.
239 – Jailen Nelson, Carlsbad, 2020 (239×292) (32 gms.)
238 – Jeremy Killion, San Diego Rancho Bernardo, 1996
235 – J.R. Henderson, Bakersfield East, 1994 (235×361) (31)
234 – Austin McBroom, North Hollywood Campbell Hall, 2011 (27)
233 – Jarod Lucas, Hacienda Heights Los Altos, 2017 (233×272) Soph.
231 – Joey Calcaterra, Kentfield Marin Catholic, 2017 (30)
231 – Jarod Lucas, Hacienda Heights Los Altos, 2016 (231×270) Fr.
230 – Tony Clark, El Cajon Christian, 1990 (230×317) (31 gms.)
230 – Christopher Schwarz-Edmiston, Sacramento Waldorf, 2012 (28)
229 – De’Anthony Melton, Encino Crespi, 2016 (37)
227 – Riley Battin, Oak Park, 2016 (35) Soph.

Most Free Throws Made (Career)
1,098 – Jarod Lucas, Hacienda Heights Los Altos, 2016-2019 (114)
741 – Riley Battin, Oak Park, 2015-2018 (741×929) 123 gms.
740 – Reese Morgan, Palos Verdes Estates Peninsula, 2008-2011 (740×913) 108 gms.
710 – Casey Jacobsen, Glendora, 1996-99
643 – Roschon Prince, Long Beach Poly, 2010-2013 (643×968) 130 gms.
626 – Tracy Murray, Glendora, 1986-89
611 – Joey Calcaterra, Kentfield Marin Catholic, 2014-2017 (611×802) 120 gms.
585 – Caleb Gervin, Cathedral City, 1995-98 (585×757)
576 – Frank Allocco, Walnut Creek Northgate, 1993-96 (576×703)
566 – Chris Hernandez, Fresno Clovis West, 1998-2001 (566×694) 146 gms.
566 – Tyrone Shelley, El Cajon Christian & San Diego Hoover, 2004-2007
565 – Tommy Williams, San Diego Serra, 1977-1980
555 – Chris Prins, Escondido Calvin Christian, 1997-2000
551 – Jalen Patterson, Liberty Ranch Galt, 2017-2020 (551×768) 128 gms.
548 – Taylor King, Santa Ana Mater Dei, 2004-2007 (137)
534 – Ryan Crane, Merced Golden Valley, 1998-99 (534×654)*
*Soph. year at Merced not included.

Highest Free Throw Percentages (Season)
(Minimum 60 attempts)
95.0 – Aaron Lawrence, Sacramento McClatchy, 2001
92.9 – Jeff Work, Fallbrook, 1986 (52×56)
90.5 – Chuck Martinez, Bishop, 1985*
90.5 – Brian Kuklok, Poway, 2009 (134×148)
90.3 – Drew Shiller, Burlingame, 2004 (130×144) Jr.
90.0 – Bimm Okuninboye, La Habra Sonora, 1999 (81×90)
90.0 – Jojo Ballestero, Anaheim Canyon, 2011 (64×71) Soph.
89.9 – Mark Phillips, El Cajon Granite Hills, 1989 (80×89)
89.9 – Alex Huff, San Juan Capistrano St. Margaret’s, 1999 (62X69)
89.8 – Beau Sager, El Cajon Valhalla, 1992 (88×98)
89.2 – Ryan Crane, Merced Golden Valley, 1998 (255×286)
89.1 – Adam Wall, Fresno Central, 2001 (123×138)
88.7 – Jarod Lucas, Hacienda Heights Los Altos, 2019 (422×476)
88.6 – Oliver McNally, Ross Branson, 2008 (147×166)
88.3 – Adam Vasilovich, Visalia Redwood, 1994 (121×137)
88.2 – Mike Penberthy, Fresno Hoover, 1993 (113×128)
88.0 – Tiny Hill, Porterville, 1957 (103×117)
88.0 – Clay McKnight, Santa Ana Mater Dei, 1994 (88×100) Jr.
*Made 76 of 84 in first 20 games, but three games not reported.

Highest Free Throw Percentages (Career)
86.9 – Jarod Lucas, Hacienda Heights Los Altos, 2016-2019 (1098×1263)
86.8 – Clay McKnight, Santa Ana Mater Dei, 1993-95 (171×197)
86.6 – Jojo Ballestero, Anaheim Canyon, 2010-2013 (188×217)
86.1 – Jeff Work, Fallbrook, 1985-86 (68×79)
85.0 – Chris Schalk, Fresno Clovis West, 1992-93 (209×246)
84.8 – Adam Wall, Fresno Central, 1998-2001 (423×499)
84.54 – Oliver McNally, Ross Branson, 2005-2008 (383×453)
84.30 – Travis Gilley, Oceanside El Camino, 1988-1990 (204×242)
84.29 – Adam Vasilovich, Visalia Redwood, 1992-94 (279×331)

Highest Field Goal Percentages (Season)
79.7 – Brian Bedford, Sacramento McClatchy, 1983 (255×320)
78.4 – Bill Walton, La Mesa Helix, 1970 (384×490) (33 games)
76.7 – Jamal Boykin, Los Angeles Fairfax, 2004 (174×227) (32 games) Jr.
71.2 – Robert Swift, Bakersfield Garces, 2003 (309×434) Jr.

Longest Field Goals (Feet)
90 – John Atkinson, Long Beach Poly (65) vs. Santa Barbara San Marcos (63), 1981*
Winning Shot:
75 – Andrew Thomas, Sacramento Foothill (57) vs. Sacramento Mira Loma (56), 1984**
70 – Paris Corner, San Diego University City (59) vs. San Diego Scripps Ranch (58), Feb. 1995 (Soph.)**
*At end of first quarter.
**At final buzzer (Thomas’ shot sailed between the rafters).

Most Field Goals Without a Miss (Game)
16 – Steve Lackey, Fair Oaks Del Campo (74) vs. Susanville Lassen (55), March 1969
14 – Justin Stewart, Canoga Park Chaminade (92) vs. Lompoc Cabrillo (60), Feb. 1998
12 – Clay McKnight, Santa Ana Mater Dei (99) vs. Corona del Mar (45), Dec. 1993
11 – Ryan Curry, Davis (68) vs. Yuba City (61), Feb. 1984

Most Shots Without a Miss (Game)
20 – Ryan Curry, Davis (68) vs. Yuba City (61), Feb. 1984 (11×11 FGs, 9×9 FTs)
14 – Adrian Hillman, Fair Oaks San Juan (64) vs. Rio Linda (61), Feb. 1993 (9×9 FGs, 5×5 FTs)
14 – Clay McKnight, Santa Ana Mater Dei (99) vs. Corona del Mar (45), Dec. 1993 (9×9 3 pt FGs, 3×3 2pt. FG, 2×2 FT)

Most Shots Without a Miss (Quarter)
12 – Greg Johnson, Napa (66) vs. Rohnert Park Rancho Cotate (76), Nov. 1979 (9×9 FGs, 3×3 FT, 21 pts., 3rd qtr.) (scored 32 pts. for the game)

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