John Pierce of David Lipscomb College: 4230 points. According to the NCAA record book, David Lipscomb College was not a recognized NCAA school when Hutcheson and Pierce played. I believe Lipscomb is now an NCAA recognized division 3 school. The all-time NCAA-recognized points leader is Travis Grant of Kentucky State (div 2) with 4045 points.
Demond Carvez "Tweety" Carter: 7,457 points in 6 varsity high school seasons at Reserve Christian School in Louisiana. McDonald's All-American and attends Baylor University.
being good to the teacher not fighting no being mean
DaJuan Wagner out of Camden, NJ once sored 100 points in a high school game. Danny Heater set the national high school record for most points scored in a basketball game with 135 points on Jan. 26, 1960. Playing for Burnsville, West Virginia, they defeated Widen 173-43. Lisa Leslie of Inglewood Morningside, California accomplished a similar feat, scoring 101 points in the first half against South Torrance High School (Calif). South Torrance refused to come out of the locker room to play the second half of the game.
A girl at my school got over 2500 no joke!
i dont really know but my record in one school year was 1026 points just last year and i'm 13
You don't have to if you don't mind the points going on your record. If you want to avoid the points, take the traffic school course.
That would be Michael Beasley. He scored 44 points back as a freshmen. It was a Big 12 freshmen record as well as a school record.
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It depends on the regulations in your particular state. In some states you can take traffic school and keep the ticket off your record. In others you can only take traffic school to remove points from your driver's license. The ticket still shows on your record.
I just got a ticket in December for the same thing, and the fine I had to pay was $180. If you go to traffic school you can get the points removed from your record.