D.C. Record Holders

Washington is viewed the world over as a city of leadership. In the microcosm of basketball, that is certainly true. Here’s a partial list of are players who hold conference, league or national records.

Louis Bullock, Laurel Baptist, All-Time Leader, Three-Point Field Goals, Big Ten (Michigan)

Sherman Douglas, Spingarn, All-Time Assist Leader, NCAA Division One (Syracuse)

Austin Carr, Mackin, All-Time Scoring Avegare Leader, NCAA Division One Men’s Tournament, All-Time NCAA Scoring Average Leader, Single Tournament, All-Time Leader, Points, Individual Game, NCAA Tournament (Notre Dame)

Lawrence Moten, Archbishop Carroll, All-Time Scoring Leader, Total Points, Big East (Syracuse)

Danny Ferry, DeMatha, first player in ACC history to record 2,000 points, 1,000 rebounds, and 500 assists, most points scored in ACC game, 58. vs. Miami, Fl., Dec. 10, 1988 (Duke)

Dennis Scott, Flint Hill, All-Time single season Scoring Leader (total points), ACC history  finished career as ACC’s all-time leader in three-point FG’s, single season three-pointers (157 in 1990), single-game three-pointers, 11 (12-28-88 vs. Houston), (Georgia Tech)

Grant Hill, South Lakes, The first player in ACC history to collect more than 1,900 points, 700 rebounds, 400 assists, 200 steals and 100 blocked shots (Duke)

Archie Talley, Central, West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, career scoring leader in total points, career scoring average leader

Kermit Washington, Coolidge, Last NCAA player to average 20 points and 20 rebounds a game (American)

Randolph Childress, Flint Hill, ACC Tournament scoring record, 107 points, three-point goals made, ACC Tournament game (9), three-point goals made, one ACC Tournament (23) (Wake Forest)

Johnny Dawkins, Mackin, most ACC games scored in double figures, 129,(Duke)

Grayson Marshall, St. John’s, most assists, ACC game, 20 (tied w/ C. Corchiani), vs. UMES, 2-26-86 (Clemson)

Derrick Lewis, Archbishop Carroll, most blocked shots game (tied w/ Cedric Lewis, Archbishop Carroll, and Ralph Sampson), 12 vs. James Madison, 1-28-87, ACC, (Maryland)

Cedric Lewis, Archbishop Carroll, average blocked shots per game, season, 5.1, ACC, (Maryland)

Johnny Rhodes, Dunbar, most steals, season, 110, most steals, career (344), highest average, steals per game (3.7), highest average, steals career (2.8), ACC, (Maryland)



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