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Chart: Top 10 Minnesota boys' basketball scorers

01/14/2013, 9:24pm CST
By Star Tribune


Kevin Noreen's title as Minnesota's career scoring leader lasted all of two years. After setting the record of 4,086 points in 2010 and graduating from Minnesota Transitions Charter School in Minneapolis, Noreen earned a spot on West Virginia's men's basketball roster. He has averaged about two points per game since joining the Mountaineers.

TOP 10

The top 10 scorers in Minnesota high school boys' basketball history (final year in parentheses):

4,381 (and counting):

Anders Broman, Lakeview Christian

4,086: Kevin Noreen, Minnesota Transitions (2010)

3,428: Cody Schilling, Ellsworth (2008)

3,366: Isaiah Dahlman, Braham (2006)

3,292: Joel McDonald, Chisholm (1991)

3,013: Jake Sullivan, Tartan (2000)

2,960: Cory Johnson, Duluth East (2006)

2,852: Norm Grow, Foley (1958)

2,805: Mitch Ohnstad, Faribault (1996)

2,681: Grant Gunhus, Park Christian (2005)


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