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Who are Laney’s all-time leading scorers for boys and girls basketball?

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Laney High School's Shatara Jackson (10) drives past New Hanover High's Kiara Brewster (11) in girls basketball action on Jan. 4, 2007. (StarNews file photo)

You’d think this would have to be Michael Jordan, right? Wrong.

Laney’s all-time leading scorer is Shatara Jackson, a Laney girls player in the class of 2008.

Jackson is currently at Elizabeth City State after stints at Winston Salem State and Louisburg College. Jackson scored 1,580 points at Laney to lead all scorers.

Kevin Whitted leads the Laney boys with 1,554 career points. Whitted graduated in 1990 and went on to play three years at Tennessee.

Jordan is sixth, behind Kevin Whitted, Jabbar Dickerson, Daren Dickerson, Marques Dickerson and Luther (Trey) Whitted. Behind Jordan on the list is current Laney player Elijah Wilson. According to Laney coach Fred Lynch, it’s unlikely that Wilson – a senior – would pass Jordan unless the Bucs, third in the Mideastern Conference, went on a particularly deep playoff run.

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3 Responses to “ Who are Laney’s all-time leading scorers for boys and girls basketball?”

  1. On February 22, 2012 at 11:25 am T wrote:

    Shatara Jackson plays for Elizabeth City State after her stints at WSSU and Louisburg College.She is playing for Elizabeth City State

  2. On February 22, 2012 at 1:58 pm Jim Ware wrote:

    Thanks, T. The answer has been corrected.

  3. On February 22, 2012 at 10:50 pm wayne wrote:

    Tamera Young had 1555 points at Laney as well. Qwedia Wallace had 1308. Jessica Williams had over 1200 also.



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