EIAC boys basketball scoring leaders

Player (Team)                                PPG

Ryan Willoughby (SD)                  19.4

Ki Dyer (GCHS)                               18.4

Brandt Ertel (FCHS)                       16.4

Cole Pride (BHS)                            15.6

Josh Williams (CHS)                       15.4

Carson Pieczaonka (ECHS)           14.9

Cade Kaiser (BHS)                          13.0

Cooper Bobo (LHS)                        12.6

Logan Rohrer (LHS)                       12.1

Brodie Teke (SD)                            11.8

Ryan Willoughby – South Dearborn

Willoughby led the EIAC in scoring at nearly 20 a clip his senior season with the Knights. He averaged 10.3 ppg his junior season and finished with 15.0 ppg for his career. In 45 games over his two varsity seasons, he scored 673 points, this season he scored 447 in 23 games. Willoughby shot 52% from the field on the season and hit 32% from deep (25-78) with a 68% FT percentage this year.    

Ki Dyer – Greensburg

Dyer is currently 20-points shy 1,000 for his career, sitting at 980. He is putting up 18.4 this season while shooting; 48% FG, 45% 3PT, and 79% FT. The three-year starter has led the Bucs to highest scoring offense in the EIAC at 56.2 ppg.

Brant Ertel- Franklin County

Ertel had the Cats off to a 5-0 start while scoring 20-points in three of those games. The FC senior went down with a foot injury in early January but came back and dropped a career high 31-points against Talawanda (Oxford,OH) and finished the season scoring 263 in his 16 games.

Cole Pride – Batesville

Cole “Big Smooth” Pride used his size and shooting ability to lead the Dogs to their most wins (17) since the 2013-14 season (18) and first sectional championship game since 2019. Pride scored 374 points this season while shooting 56% (149-264) from the field, connecting on 38% (30-79) of his deep balls, and he hit 72% (46-62) from the charity stripe.

Josh Williams – Connersville

Williams led a talented senior class for the Spartans, scoring 355 points this season. Williams hit 56% (119-212) from the field and shot 40% (38-56) from three-point land, good for third in the EIAC among players with +50 attempts. He finished his career with 568 points in 73 games, good for 7.8 ppg.

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