ANACONDA — Braxton Hill is officially in a class of his own.
The senior point guard capped an incredible performance in an 80-75 win over Thompson Falls by overtaking Ed Kalafat on the boys all-time scoring list at Anaconda High School. The way he did it was just as unbelievable as the career he has had in the Smelter City, as he scored 16 points in the fourth quarter to carry his team to victory.
Hill finished with 33 points, 13 rebounds, nine assists and five steals.
With the win, the Copperheads improved to 9-4 in Class B. Hill will look to begin distancing himself and chasing Ali Hurley’s overall school scoring mark of 1,698 points. Hill has 1,616.