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Minnesota boys career 2,000-point scorers

Player Year School Points Kevin Noreen 2010 Minn. Transitions 4,086 Cody Schilling 2008 Ellsworth 3,428 Isaiah Dahlman 2006 Braham 3,366 Joel McDonald 1991 Chisholm 3,292 Jake Sullivan 2000 Tartan 3,013 Cory Johnson 2006 Duluth East 2,960 Norm Gr...

Player Year School Points

Kevin Noreen 2010 Minn. Transitions 4,086

Cody Schilling 2008 Ellsworth 3,428

Isaiah Dahlman 2006 Braham 3,366

Joel McDonald 1991 Chisholm 3,292

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Jake Sullivan 2000 Tartan 3,013

Cory Johnson 2006 Duluth East 2,960

Norm Grow 1958 Foley 2,852

Mitch Ohnstad 1996 Faribault 2,805

Grant Gunhus 2005 Park Christian 2,681

Martin Wind 2010 Cass Lake-Bena 2,622

Dyami Starks 2010 Duluth East 2,526

Zach Towle 2009 Concordia Acad. 2,519

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Troy Bell 1999 Holy Angels 2,491

David Johnson 2005 Hayfield 2,468

Sam Jacobson 1994 Park 2,461

Daniel Fischer 1995 Bagley 2,457

Michael Felt 2009 Redwood Valley 2,450

Noah Dahlman 2007 Braham 2,413

Nolan Toft 2010 Nevis 2,367

Bob Bruggers 1962 Danube 2,364

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Rick Rickert 2001 Duluth East 2,358

Brian Wiersma 1999 Bethany Academy 2,358

Drew Carlson 1999 Belle Plaine 2,350

Nick Jacobson 1999 Roseville 2,315

Khalid El-Amin 1999 Mpls. North 2,312

Jake Driscoll 2007 Dilworth-GF 2,308

Nick Haugen 2008 Rockford 2,293

Curt Schilling 2004 Ellsworth 2,255

Randy Holthusen 1996 Red Lake 2,246

Ben Johnson 1999 DeLaSalle 2,230

Kit Avery 2006 SW Christian 2,226

Tom McDonald 1982 Chisholm 2,221

David Hanson 2008 Maranatha 2,219

Andy Wiersma 2001 Bethany Academy 2,207

Jon Hagen 1957 Belview 2,198

Darius Lane 1998 Totino-Grace 2,196

Ron Johnson 1956 New Prague 2,190

Luke Jiminez 1996 Nicollet/Sibley E. 2,189

Tydan Storrusten 2009 Pelican Rapids 2,188

Aaron Chaput 1996 Red Lk. Cty. Cen. 2,187

Dave LaCoe 1993 Chisholm 2,179

Julian Greer 1999 Brooklyn Center 2,158

Tim Scott 2005 Ely 2,121

Eric Webb 2003 Grand Rapids 2,116

Matt Dittberner 1993 Hinckley-Fin. 2,116

Josh Quick 2004 Tower-Soudan 2,113

Jake Root 2007 McGregor 2,113

Nate Holmstadt 1995 Monticello 2,106

DeAngelo Brackins 2007 Int'l Falls 2,096

Bobby Beck 1992 Lac qui Parle 2,092

Joe Buri 1996 Trinity 2,084

Stan Krebs 1970 Eveleth 2,081

Jordain Jett 2009 St. Bernard's 2,090

Josh Delich 1997 MCC/St. Francis 2,068

Jordan Taylor 2008 Benilde-St.-Marg. 2,068

Kenny Schofield 2009 Cotton 2,063

Leif Nomeland 2008 Osakis 2,054

Galen Holzhueter 2010 Minn. Valley Luth.2,053

Mike Vesel 1974 Tower-Soudan 2,048

Stephen Hanson 2006 Maranatha Chr. 2,047

Mike Peroutka 1970 Morristown/FBA 2,038

Trevor Mbakwe 2007 Sibley/St. Bern. 2,033

Cory Mountain 2006 AlBrook 2,030

Nick Mertens 2005 E. Grand Forks 2,010

Virgil Sonju 1956 Finlayson/BK 2,008

SOURCE: News Tribune, Minnesota Basketball Records Web site

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