Sen­sa­tional scorer

The Denver Post - - SPORTS -

Af­ter Pue­blo Cen­tral lost its se­cond-lead­ing scorer, Air Force pledge Kobi Betts, to a knee in­jury, se­nior guard Michael Ran­son took on even more of the scor­ing re­spon­si­bil­i­ties. Sure, Ran­son is get­ting more shots, but it’s his hot hand that makes him Colorado’s best prep shooter: Points per game: 35.4 ranks first in the state, fourth in the na­tion Three-point­ers: 70 ranks first in the state, tied for 28th in the na­tion Free throws made: 108 (in 138 at­tempts) ranks first in the state Ca­reer-high points: 59 against Fal­con on Dec. 7, 2015 tied for sixth in state his­tory

CHSAA record book: Scor­ing av­er­age per game (sea­son) 1. Lane Gooden, Kim, 38.8 points (1976) 2. Jeff Sher­man, De Beque, 35.9 (1977-78) 2. Eric Brown­lee, Lone Star, 35.9 (1976-77) 4. Scott Wil­son, Custer County, 35.5 (1974-75) 5. Brad Schick, Gun­ni­son, 35.3 (1994-95)

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