With a deep 3-pointer at the end of the first quarter Saturday afternoon, Kameron Osborn passed Dan Dickau to become Prairie High School’s all-time leading scorer.
Dickau, who graduated from Prairie in 1997, had held onto the scoring record for more than 20 years. He finished his career at Prairie with 1,267 points, just ahead of Richie Sexson. Osborn now sits above both of them.
Osborn, the Falcons’ senior point guard, finished with 16 points in Prairie’s 66-62 win over Kelso in Saturday’s bi-district title game, giving him 1,280 points for his career. In an interview with Scorebook Live earlier this month, Osborn said one of his goals this season was to become Prairie’s all-time leading scorer. Mission accomplished.
Watch Osborn’s 3-pointer that gave him the record:
HISTORY! @KameronOsborn6 is the all-time scoring 🏀 KING 👑at Prairie HS! Plus, a DIME to @aj_dixson for the finish. 🎥📺 The Falcons advance to Regionals 👀🏆 @Prairie_AD @PHS_Boyshoops @KGWSports pic.twitter.com/Sn5JYTC5uy
— Orlando Sanchez (@orlandokgw) February 17, 2019