Whitesboro senior and Boys Varsity Basketball player, T.J. Borza, achieved a career milestone this season. Borza, who has been a member of the Boys Varsity Basketball team since his freshman year, scored his 1,000th career point in a Class A Section III first round game at home against rival New Hartford on February 20. Borza is only the second player in Whitesboro Boys Varsity Basketball history to eclipse 1,000 career points.
Borza finished the game with four three pointers and 14 points and later finished his career with 1,043 points. Whitesboro defeated New Hartford in the first round, 61-50.
In addition to eclipsing 1,000 career points, Borza also ranks near the top of many statistical categories:
-All-time leading scorer in Whitesboro Boys Varsity Basketball history: 1,043 career points -2nd all-time, points scored in a single season: 433 points (2014-15) -1st all-time, three point field goals made: 158 (career) -3rd all-time, two point field goals made: 210 (career) -3rd all-time, assists: 249 (career) -4th all-time, steals: 154 (career)
The Whitesboro Central School District and its Athletic Department would like to congratulate T.J. on all of his accomplishments and wishes him more success in the future.
The Whitesboro Boys Varsity Basketball team finished this season with a 16-6 record, good enough for second place in the TVL. Whitesboro lost to Christian Brothers Academy (CBA) in a Class A Section III semifinal game at Onondaga Community College on March 1, 58-44.