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Boys Basketball Stats Leaders through the midpoint of the 2017-18 season

01/11/2018, 3:45pm CST
By Travis Wilson

Most boys basketball teams in the state have played at least 10 games, which means we've unofficially reached the midpoint of the 2017-18 season. With that in mind, it's time to take a look at some of the statistical leaders in the state heading into the second half.

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Scoring Leaders

A trio players from small Milwaukee public schools lead the state in scoring thus far. Sophomore teammates Qwan Jackson and Johnny Wallace of Milwaukee Lifelong Learning are at the top of the list. Jackson is averaging 45 points per game, with seven games over 40 points and a high of 56. Wallace pours in 37.5 points per game for the Wizards, with a high of 53.

Senior guard Dailon Little of Milwaukee School of Languages averages 37.5 points per game as well. Senior Drew Blair of Stevens Point (30.9) and Milwaukee Vincent junior Robert Anderson (30.5) are the only other players averaging more than 30 points per game. See more of the top 20 scorers below.

Rebound Leaders

Junior Nobal Days of Racine Park is one of the top recruits in the junior class, with offers from Wisconsin, Marquette, Illinois, Northwestern, and others. The 6-9 forward averages just 8.8 points per game, but is pulling down a state-best 15.1 rebounds per contest for the 8-1 Panthers. Braeden Keeney, a 6-5 senior from Coulee Christian, averages 14 boards per game for head coach Damian Miller. The rest of the top ten is below.

Assist Leaders

Milwaukee Lifelong Learning sophomore Qwan Jackson leads the state in scoring at more than 45 points per game, but is also tops in assists as well, with 9.7 per contest. Xavier senior Drew Ferris led the state in assists last year with 8.1 per game, and is second thus far for the high-scoring Hawks, averaging 9.3 assists per game. Franklin junior Jacob Vonderwell is third with 8.3 per game.

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