Dontaie Allen Hits The 3,000 Career Point Mark

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    Dontaie Allen Hits The 3,000 Career Point Mark

    Per the Pendleton County vs. Robertson County final score thread.

    This one deserves its own thread, for sure. That's a HUGE accomplishment!

    His 53 points last night put him over the 3,000 mark with 3,044 career points, and slid him in at #30 on the all-time career high point scorers in Kentucky.
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    Pretty impressive company. 3,000 points is an incredible accomplishment.

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    8th Grade - 201
    Freshman - 662
    Sophomore - 815
    Junior - 1,019
    Senior - 347 (to date)

    ...dude has 347 points 8 games into the season. That means he's averaging 43.375 points per game. Absolute beast-mode.

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    From Coach Belchers twitter


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    KHSAA's Most Points Scored Leader Board
    (Minimum 3,000)

    1) 4,337 Kelly Coleman (Wayland) 1953-56
    2) 3,647 Charlie Osborne (Flat Gap) 1953-57
    3) 3,587 Cameron Justice (Knott County Central) 2010-15
    4) 3,567 Harry Todd (Earlington) 1955-58
    5) 3,542 Chris Harrison (Tollesboro) 1987-91
    6) 3,377 Jonathan Ferguson (Elliott County) 2003-09
    7) 3,365 Charles --Thomas (Harlan) 1990-95
    8) 3,325 Clem Haskins (Taylor County)
    9) 3,300 Ty Rogers (Lyon County) 1998-04
    10) 3,233 Fred Hale (Williamstown)
    11) 3,228 Ervin Stepp (Phelps) 1977-80
    12) 3,226 Manual Forrest (Moore) 1977-81
    13) 3,202 Todd Conley (Elkhorn City) 1991-94
    14) 3,219 Nelson White (Powell County) 1951-55
    15) 3,211 Tim Stephens (McCreary County) 1973-76
    16) 3,192 Austin Crawford (Bracken County) 2013-17
    17) 3,183 Talbert Turner (Pendleton County) 1980-84
    18) 3,172 Bert Greene (Olive Hill) 1955-59
    19) 3,160 Shannon Hoskins (M.C. Napier, Clay County) 1989-92
    20) 3,148 Darrel Carrier (Bristow)
    21) 3,142 Peyton Broughton (North Laurel) 2012-17
    22) 3,140 J. J. Hylton (Belfry) 1987-91
    23) 3,136 Corky Withrow (Central City) 1952-56
    24) 3,095 J. R. VanHoose (Paintsville) 1994-98
    25) 3,077 Rich Hendrick (Bristow)
    26) 3,058 Larry A. Gritton (Oneida Baptist) 1989-93
    27) 3,048 Leonard F. Carpenter (Salyersville) 1949-53
    28) 3,047 Paul Sturgill (Livingston) 1955-1959
    29) 3,045 Brandon Hatton (Dixie Heights) 2008-14
    30) 3,044 Dontaie Allen (Pendleton County) 2017-Present
    31) 3,033 Ray Harper (Bremen)
    32) 3,023 Tim Couch (Leslie County) 1991-96
    33) 3,016 Keith Blackburn (Eminence)
    34) 3,070 Clark Stepp (June Buchanan) 2004-08
    35) 3,000 Julius Berry (Lexington Dunbar)

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    Incredibly impressive.

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    Looks like he’ll jump into the top 25 tomorrow night!

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    Looks like he is headed for #2. It will be interesting to see if he can get the top. Possible, but it would be a feat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bengal Maniac View Post
    Looks like he is headed for #2. It will be interesting to see if he can get the top. Possible, but it would be a feat.
    Crazy to look at that list and realize how many of those guys made it to that list before there was ever such a thing as a 3-point arc.

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    Would people think it is bad form to allow Dontaie to go for the record? The assumption being that if PC is up big that Dontaie would continue to play and continue to score. I for one do not think it would be out of line to allow the kid to chase history even if that means blowing some less talented teams out.

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    Dontaie has missed 23 games in his varsity career. He could have had a chance at "King" Kelly Coleman if not for injuries!

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    After 8 games:

    52
    53
    25
    34
    34
    51
    45
    53

    Total = 347

    43.375 %

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonels_Wear_Blue View Post
    Crazy to look at that list and realize how many of those guys made it to that list before there was ever such a thing as a 3-point arc.
    Another thing that was pointed out to me by a high scoring player from the past:

    There was no 1 and 1 for fouls. That can contribute to a lot of extra free throws over the course of a career.

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    Only school in the state with two 3000 points scorers.

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    Interesting to me, and I AM NOT HATING ON ANYONE, how few of these big-time scorers played in Louisville, Lexington, or NKY where there is a more consistent level of opposition.

    *bracing for impact*

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