Individual Statistical Leaders in the 2012-2013 Season

Here are the leaders in various statistical categories in the 2012-2013 season. To qualify, there must be a reasonable number available.

Leading scorer: Jayllen Carter 20.1 PPG
Leading rebounder: Kyre Allison 128, 5.6 RPG
Leading 2 pt. shooter: Alex Dickerson 67%
Leading 3 pt. shooter: Isaiah Lisath 31%
Leader in FT pct: Jayllen Carter 72%
Leader in assists: Sky Oliver 68; 3.1 APG
Steals leader: Kyre Allison 43
Blocked Shots leader: Jayllen Carter 12
Turnovers leader: Sky Oliver 85
Fouls leader: Jayllen Carter 59

Individual Statistic Leaders in the 2011-2012 Season

Here are the leaders in various statistical categories for the 2011-2012 season: To qualify there must be a reasonable number available.

Leading scorer: Dion McKinley 18.7 PPG
Leading rebounder: Dion McKinley 10.1 RPG
Leading 2 Pt.shooter: Dion McKinley 68%
Leading 3 Pt.shooter: Zaide Whitely, Jayllen Carter 32%
Leading FT shooting pct: Len Collins 73%
Leader in assists: Wayne Evans 162; 6 APG
Steals leader: Wayne Evans 76
Block shots leader: Dion McKinley 21
Turnovers leader: Wayne Evans 96
Fouls leader: Dion McKinley 72

Portsmouth Trojans Basketball Preview 2017-2018 and Schedule

The Portsmouth Trojans will return 3 starters from a 17-8 team last year. Reese Johnson (6-1 SR), Daniel Jordan (6-2 SR), and DJ Eley (5-8 SR) will give PHS plenty of experience at key positions. Although it will be several weeks before the roster is finalized, most of the spots are set. Senior transfer Isaac Kelly (6-3, 200) will compete with MyQuel McKinley, a 6-3 JR, for the 5 position. Either player will give the Trojans a very athletic presence in the post.

Portsmouth Trojans 64 Sectional Championships Since 1917

The Portsmouth Trojans have made 15 appearances in the OHSAA state tournament, and have won 37 district championships. After verifying various sources of information, Portsmouth has won an amazing 64 sectional championships since 1917. Below is listed all the sectional championships that PHS has won:

The Current Decade of PHS Basketball Ranks 2nd in School History

The Portsmouth Trojans have an outstanding 163-80 record from 2010-2019, in which PHS is averaging just over 16 wins a season. Historically, compared to other decades, the current decade is the 2nd most successful period in school history. It is only topped by the 1980's, in which the Trojans amassed an amazing 197-50 record, for an average of almost 20 wins a season. Of course there are still 2 years left in this decade. Also, the 2 state Final 4 appearances rank with the 1920's, 1930's, and 1980's for most Final 4 trips.

Portsmouth Trojans Composite State Ranking

This information is previously contained in several articles in this website. I have condensed the information to make it easier for the reader to find each category. This list has been updated after the 2017 state tournament.

Portsmouth Trojans Composite State Ranking

Portsmouth Trojans 3rd All-Time in State Tournament Games Played

The Portsmouth Trojans have played in 27 state tournament games, which is 3rd all-time in Ohio. Portsmouth's record in those games is 16-11. The 16 wins are the 4th most all time (tied with Middletown). Here are the top 10 schools for most state tournament games played, with overall record, total appearances made, and most recent appearance:

School.............................................#Games........Record..........Total App.............Most Recent Appearance

Listing of Portsmouth Trojans 27 State Tournament Games

Here is a listing of all 27 games that Portsmouth HS has played in the OHSAA state tournament:

Portsmouth Trojans KSA Schedule Dec.28th--30th, 2016

Here are the teams in Portsmouth's bracket for the KSA Holiday Tournament in Orlando, FL.........First round games are paired together:


Portsmouth HS........Hilliard 65, Portsmouth onto the live stats icon above
Hilliard Senior HS (FL)

Harlan HS (KY)........Portsmouth 65, Edgewood onto live stats icon above
Edgewood HS (FL)

2016-2017 Portsmouth Trojans Game Scores and Highlights

First game of the season: Portsmouth 47, Waterford 44..........the Trojans trailed the Wildcats 32-21 at halftime, but Coach Eugene Collins decided to press Waterford after the break, and it was the difference in the game. WHS scored only 12 points after halftime, and Portsmouth forced 17 turnovers. 6-3 senior Kendal Reynolds came through with some clutch baskets/FT's in the final 2 minutes. PHS still trailed 38-32 going into the 4th quarter, but won the battle in the final frame 15-6.


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