Howland Recent Boys’ Basketball History

Howland Boys’ Basketball Recent History

Records
2013-14: 6-17 (3-9), AAC American
2012-13: 10-13 (6-4), AAC American
2011-12: 14-8 (7-3), AAC American
2010-11: 14-8 (7-1), AAC Red

Scoring Leaders
2013-14: Reece Bogan, 14.9
2012-13: Arbie Murray, 16.5
2011-12: Brendan Cope, 15.5
2010-11: TJ Lanier, 21.2

Rebounding Leaders
2013-14: Reece Bogan, 8.0
2012-13: Brendan Cope, 6.6
2011-12: Chris Maze, 5.8
2010-11: Dontea Dawson, 8.9

Assist Leaders
2013-14: Reece Bogan, 4.1
2012-13: Reece Bogan, 3.6
2011-12: John-Mark Weisman, 2.6
2010-11: Josh Davis, 3.8

Steal Leader
2013-14: Reece Bogan, 2.8
2012-13: John-Mark Weisman, 2.5
2011-12: John-Mark Weisman, 2.9
2010-11: Stephawn Brown, 1.5

Field Goal Percentage Leader
2013-14: Victor Williams, 51.9% (27-52)
2012-13: Alec Pontikos, 62.5% (15-24)
2011-12: Mike Seyman, 55.6% (20-36)
2010-11: Dontea Dawson, 54.1% (98-181)

3-Point Percentage Leader
2013-14: Julian Lanier, 34.3% (37-108)
2012-13: Arbie Murray, 40.8% (42-103)
2011-12: John-Mark Weisman, 37.8% (37-98)
2010-11: Lex Bennett, 32.0% (16-50)

Free Throw Percentage Leader
2013-14: Connor Antinone, 81.4% (48-59)
2012-13: Arbie Murray, 82.7% (62-75)
2011-12: Chris Maze, 71.6% (63-88)
2010-11: Brendan Cope, 72.1% (31-43)

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