Anyone know what the record is for MD high school career scoring?
Can't be many who have reached that mark.
Most public school players will see ~22 games per year, so if you play 88 games in 4 years, you need to average 22.8 per game for all 4 years on a varsity team. (A 3-year varsity player would have to avg over 30 per game).
Oakdale's Zach Thomas will easily surpass 2,000 this season.
As a skinny freshman on Oakdale's varsity boys basketball team, Oakdale's Zach Thomas found himself facing players who were bigger and stronger.
While many other boys his age were learning the high school basketball ropes on freshman or JV teams, Thomas assumed a leading role on Oakdale's nascent varsity team. In the first game in program history, Thomas scored a team-high 19 points against Wilde Lake.
Thomas, now a 6-foot-6, solidly built senior, has 1,923 career points, and there's still plenty of games left this season. He's closing in on what is believed to be the all-time Frederick County boys scoring record of 1,973, which was set by Thomas Johnson's Jermaine Thomas (no relation) from 1998-2002. And while it's unclear what the state boys scoring record is, 2,000-point scorers are virtually unheard of in a sport where 1,000-point milestones are celebrated.