2020-21 Highland County Boys Basketball Leading Scorers (Final Season Statistics; Missing MHS at Jackson and WHS vs. North Adams. If you have the missing stats, please email sforsha@gmail.com or crforsha@gmail.com. All stats compiled by The Highland County Press.)

1. Ryan Scott (HHS)
17.4 — 365 (21 games)

2T. Bradley Ashbaugh (WHS)
15.1 — 317 (21 games)

2T. Landon Barnett (WHS)
15.1 — 317 (21 games)

4. Bryson Badgley (MHS)
14.6 — 175 (12 games)

5. Brady Chisman (LCHS)
12.4 — 248 (20 games)

6. Tytis Cannon (FHS)
12 — 120 (10 games)

7. Hunter Price (HHS)
11.9 — 249 (21 games)

8. Ian Waits (LCHS)
11.2 — 223 (20 games)

9. Reese Teeters (FHS)
10.4 — 188 (18 games)

10. Nick Bailey (WHS)
9.5 — 184 (20 games)

11. Connor Priest (FHS)
9.4 — 170 (18 games)

12. Quintin Captain (HHS)
9.1 — 191 (21 games)

13. Kendyll Toney (MHS)
8.5 — 153 (18 games)

14T. Brad Miller (HHS)
8.3 — 175 (21 games)

14T. Noah Miller (LCHS)
8.3 — 150 (18 games)

14T. Preston Saunders (MHS)
8.3 — 150 (18 games)

17. Lawton Parry (HHS)
7.6 — 160 (21 games)

18. Jon Bentley (FHS)
7.3 — 124 (17 games)

19. Koben Zink (FHS)
6.4 — 113 (18 games)

20. Jakwon Clark (HHS)
6 — 126 (21 games)

JUST OUT OF TOP 20:

21. Braden Wright (MHS)
5.9 — 107 (18 games)

22. Logan Shope (LCHS)
5.8 — 116 (20 games)

23. Carson Emery (WHS)
5.7 — 120 (21 games)

24. Wesley Potts (MHS)
5.6 — 100 (18 games)

(Editor’s note: With quarantines this season, it is not always evident whether or not a player was active in a given game. If you believe the number of games played for any player needs adjusted, please email crforsha@gmail.com.)