Hopkinsville High School senior Bubba Leavell is on the verge of making history as he approaches the 1000-point club with only eight games remaining in the season. Leavell currently sits at 895 points, needing just 105 more to reach the coveted 1000-point mark.
Leavell has been a critical player for the Tigers throughout high school, consistently contributing to the team’s scoring efforts. However, this season, Leavell is averaging 12.9 points per game, making the task of reaching the 1000-point mark daunting. With eight games left in the regular season, Leavell has a tough road ahead if he wants to reach this milestone.
Despite the odds, Leavell remains determined to reach the 1000-point mark. He has been working hard in practice and is looking to improve his scoring average in the remaining games. With the support of his teammates, coaches, and the Hopkinsville community, Leavell is determined to make it happen.
Reaching the 1000-point mark is a significant accomplishment, and it would be a fitting end to Leavell’s high school basketball career. The Tigers will cheer him on as he chases this historic milestone, and the team will be looking to make a deep run in the postseason.
The Tigers will play against some tough opponents in the remaining eight games, and Leavell will have to step up his game if he wants to reach this milestone. To reach the 1,000-point club, Bubba will have to average 13.2 points per game over the remaining schedule. The Hopkinsville community will closely monitor Leavell as he chases this historic milestone.