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R.J. Davis is Westchester County's new scoring king


In the history of Westchester County basketball, now stands alone. The Stepinac senior became Westchester's all-time scoring king Sunday when he passed Danya Abrams, who set the mark in 1993. Davis tied the record on a three-point play in the fourth quarter and set it with a free throw late in the Crusaders' 81-68 loss to Rutgers Prep. (Lower Hudson Journal News)

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