Long Island high school basketball's 2,000-point club

Meet the only boys and girls in Long Island high school basketball history to ever score 2,000 or more points in their careers.

Hundreds of high school basketball players on Long Island have scored at least 1,000 points in their careers. Very few reached the next big milestone: 2,000.

This database focuses on those elite scorers. Take a look at the only boys and girls in Long Island high school basketball history to ever score 2,000 or more points in their careers.

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Bethany LeSueur Garden City 3167 1996-2001
Ryan Creighton Greenport 2799 2004-09
Ken Wood East Hampton 2613 1985-89
Nicole Kaczmarski Sachem 2583 1994-99 Longwood
Michelle Kurowski Hicksville 2581 2003-08
Bobby Hodgson Floyd 2532 1990-94
Lisa Smith Hempstead 2418 1979-83
Samantha Prahalis Commack 2372 2003-08
Greg Cerillo Jr. Faith Academy 2320 1999-2003
Lauren Groom Our Lady of Mercy 2303 2000-05 Carle Place
Kristen Doherty Sachem East 2277 2004-10
Patty Reynolds Valley Stream South 2258 1982-86
Eugeneia McPherson North Babylon 2217 2005-09 Deer Park
Shneeka Center Smithtown West 2206 2006-10
Arella Guirantes Bellport 2201 2012-2015
Ieasia Walker Copiague 2174 2004-09
Kia Wright Copiague 2148 1998-2003
Gary Williams Bay Shore 2125 1989-93
Al Edwards Greenport 2117 1968-72
Tobias Harris Half Hollow Hills West 2105 2006-2010 Long Island Lutheran
Jessica Hosenbold Half Hollow Hills East 2103 1998-2003
Megan Vasquez Calhoun 2077 2005-09
David Mascia Lynbrook 2077 1987-91
Chris Rooney Smithtown West 2063 1985-89
Kim Brennan Locust Valley 2058 2002-07 Our Lady of Mercy
Danielle Wilson St. John the Baptist 2056 2002-06 Bay Shore
James Pate Babylon 2049 2003-09
Denise Hammersley Our Lady of Mercy 2048 1987-91
Lisa Macchia Island Trees 2047 1997-2002
Gabrielle Gibson Copiague 2013 2005-09
Benji Miller Smithtown Christian 2013 1990-94

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