By Bill Paterson
Global Youth Charter's Darrell Polee Jr. and Sacramento Waldorf's Chris Schwartz-Edmisten continue to battle for the Sac-Joaquin Section scoring lead.
Polee, who has scored 125 points in his last three games including 51 against Freedom Christian, leads with a 31.2 average. He's third in the state and 18th nationally among Maxpreps.com's scoring leaders.
Schwartz-Edmisten, averaging 30.3 points, is No. 2 in the section, No. 4 in the state and No. 25 nationally.
The national leader is Zach Richie of Oregon-Davis of Hamlet, Ind., at 40.5 points, and the California leader is Patrick Gonzalez of Providence of Burbank at 37.8.