Terron Dixon Stallions New All-Time Scoring Leader

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Terron Dixon recently passed Patrick Tape scoring record of 1029 career points at Queens Grant High School.  Patrick is currently playing his collegiate basketball at Columbia University in New York City.  Meanwhile, Terron continues to add more points to his new record breaking accomplishment.  To date as of this writing he has scored over 1100 points in his illustrious four year career ride as a Stallion.  In his junior season Terron averaged 18.5 points per game.  So far this season he is averaging 21 points per game with two big conference contests remaining.  The Stallions will also be competing for a conference title in an upcoming tournament which will give him the opportunity to add more points to his record.

Coach Forsythe is thrilled for Terron as he is a good solid player who will have an opportunity to play collegiate basketball this fall.  “We have watched him develop from a freshman into the player he has become.  We noticed early on he was different by the way he carried himself.  He is a leader, has worked hard to improve his skills, and plays excellent defense, said coach.”

As a freshman Terron averaged only 5 points per game offensively.  However, he played solid defense against the other teams best players which showed his potential to become an outstanding high school athlete.  He is the teams most consistent player who can be counted upon in every game.  Therefore, “Mr. Consistency” is the team leader who is the most reliable and dependable player for the Stallions.

According to Terron this honor means an awful lot to him.  “Myself along with some of my current teammates played with Patrick, we all respect what a tremendous player he was for the program.  I was aware of the record, knew I had a chance, so I prepared mentally and physically to have a shot at the record.  To become the new all-time school scoring leader is humbling and rewarding, said Terron.”

There are five colleges who have expressed an interest in Terron for next fall.  Pfeiffer University, Roanoke College, Belmont Abbey College, William Peace University and North Carolina A&T.  He hopes to be living his dream next fall participating in a solid collegiate basketball program that is the best fit for his style of play where he can make a positive contribution.  We wish him much success in this endeavor.


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