Coudersport’s Chambers Becomes Just Fifth District 9 Boys’ Hoops Player to 2,000 Career Points

COUDERSPORT, Pa. (D9Sports) – Needing 29 points to reach the 2,000 career-point mark, Owen Chambers scored 31 points, the final three on a fourth-quarter 3-pointer, to become the fifth District 9 boys’ player to reach 2,000 career points while helping the Falcons wrap up the NTL title with a 72-53 victory over visiting Cameron County.

(Photo of Coudersport’s Owen Chambers with his parents, Mark and Jennifer, after becoming the fifth boys’ player in District 9 history to score 2,000 career points. Photo by Paul Burdick. Check out more of Burdick’s work here)

Chambers (2,002) joins Calvin Grumley (Johnsonburg, 2,255), Jesse Bosnik (ECC, 2,083), Garret Heath (Keystone, 2,215) and Brandon Housler (Keystone 2,084 points) on the 2,000-career points list in District 9 boys’ basketball.

The historic shot came when Daniel Frame found Chambers on the left wing, and the senior buried the triple. Frame reacted before the shot even went in, and Dillon Keglovits quickly greeted Chambers with a hug as the Coudersport bench emptied and the home crowd went wild.

Watch Chambers score his 2,000th career point. Submitted video.

Frame and Hayden Keck added 12 points apiece for the Falcons.

Jake Walters paced the Red Raiders with 17 points and 13 rebounds with Caden Beldin chipping in for 15 points.

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