Sunnyside’s Jacob Inclan set to join active 1,000-Point Club

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Sunnyside's Jacob Inclan (33) is only a junior (Andy Morales/AllSportsTucson.com)

Sunnyside’s Jacob Inclan (33) is only a junior (Andy Morales/AllSportsTucson.com)

Jacob Inclan, Jr. Sunnyside (998)

Next Opponents
Pueblo: Tuesday Jan. 6
at Flowing Wells: Thursday, Jan. 8

Sydni Stallworth, Sr. Palo Verde (1,886)

Next Opponents
Bisbee: Tuesday, Jan. 6
at Sahuarita: Wednesday, Jan. 7
at San Miguel: Friday, Jan. 9
Thatcher: Tuesday, Jan. 13

Former Catalina Foothills and University of Arizona standout Julie Brase Hairgrove scored an amazing 2,913 points from 1994-98. More on the 2,000-point club as Sydni Stallworth approaches the mark.

For the boys, Corey Hawkins of Division III Goodyear Estrella Foothills scored 3,154 points in four years but former University of Arizona standout Mike Bibby scored 3,002 at Division I Phoenix Shadow Mountain in only three years of work.

Jerryd Bayless (Phoenix St. Mary’s) scored 2,888 before heading over to play for Arizona. Daniel Bejarano (Phoenix North) is fourth with 2,642. Bejarano played for Arizona before heading to Colorado State.

Cholla’s Chuck Overton scored 2,535 in his career to come in fifth.

BOYS
Deion James, Sr. Empire (1,414)
Terrence Johnson, Sr. Cienega (1,125)
Daniel Corona, Sr. Duncan (1,123)
Jacob Inclan, Jr. Sunnyside (998)
Arthur Cummings, Sr. Tombstone/Valley Union (894)
Jorge Carrasco, Sr. Cholla (888)
Gabe Gaxiola, Sr. Tanque Verde (881)
Jordan Lane, Sr. Sahuaro (873)
Rod Springer, Sr. Buena (809)

GIRLS
Sydni Stallworth, Sr. Palo Verde (1,886)
Alexis Cortez, Jr. Tucson High (1,354)
Treyanna Clay, Sr. Catalina Foothills/Cienega (1,108)
Sydney Harden, Jr. Sahuaro (1,055)
Veronica Barraza, Sr. Douglas (1,012)
Kortnee Day, Sr. Marana (841)
Bailey Johnson, Sr. Tucson High (792)
Olivia Christian, Sr. Pusch Ridge (783)

All current score totals provided by coaches/teams through partnership with the AIA & MaxPreps. Career totals provided by the Arizona Basketball Coaches Association. No other sources will be accepted.

Andy Morales was recognized by the AIA as the top high school reporter in 2014 and has been a youth, high school and college coach for over 30 years. His own children have won multiple state high school championships and were named to all-state teams. Competing in hockey, basketball, baseball and track & field in high school, his unique perspective can only be found here, on AIA365.com and on the pages of the Vail Voice and the Tanque Verde Voice. Contact Andy Morales at AMoralesMyTucson@yahoo.com



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