For the City Times
In last night’s 81-43 SPASH victory over D.C. Everest, SPASH senior Trev Anderson passed the 2,000 point plateau.
His last basket of the game- with about 4:30 left in the second half- was a drive down the line in which he was fouled on, then made the the free throw to convert the three-point play was the basket that put him at 2001 for his career.
So far for the 2015-16 school year, Anderson has 332 points, averaging 25.5 per game with a shooting average of 67.2 percent.
He brought in 644 points in his junior year; 525 points in his sophomore year and 501 points as a freshman.
Anderson has also averaged 3.8 assists a game during his career. SPASH is 85-6 in the three+ seasons Anderson has played.