(1-14-23) Badin High School’s (5’9 Guard) sophomore Gracie Cosgrove had a night to remember on Wednesday in a 78-33 win over Chaminade Julienne.

First…Cosgrove set the school’s single-game basketball scoring record with 48 points, next she tied the Ohio state girls record for 3-pointers in a game with 14.

OHSAA Most Three-Point Field Goals Made, Game (minimum 9)

14 – Caitlin Splain, Powell Olentangy Liberty vs. Olentangy Orange (01/15/2021)
14 – Garcie Cosgrove, Hamilton Badin vs. Chaminade-Julienne
14 – Taylor Mikesell, Massillon Jackson vs. Austintown Finch (02/10/2018)
13 – Marlene Stollings, Beaver Eastern vs. Latham Western (02/03/1992)
12 – Kylie Kiger, Wintersville Indian Creek vs. Edison (11/23/2020)
12 – Dalayah Johnson, Lyndhurst Brush vs. Willoughby South (1/25/2020)
12 – Marissa Ventura, Cortland Maplewood vs. Ashtabula St. John (02/10/2020)
12 – Trischa Lacy, Urbana vs. Indian Lake (2/11/2012)
12 – Debbie Hartsock, Alliance Marlington vs. Ravenna Southwest (1/10/1987)

Did you know…

On December 7, 2021…

Hannah Kohn, a 5-foot-9 shooting guard from Hagerty High School in Oviedo, Fla., scored 61 points and set a national high school girls basketball record for most made 3-pointers in a game with 19 in an 88-23 win over Lyman.

The previous record was 17, by Rebecca Greenwell of Kentucky in 2013 and Alicia Reyes of Arizona in 2016.

***NOTE: Viable records need to be submitted to the NFHS to be listed

How To Submit A Record Application And Honor Roll Forms

Individuals interested in submitting a record performance on behalf of an individual or school are encouraged to do so. In order for a performance to be listed in the National High School Sports Record Book, it must go through an application and verification process.

1. Download the appropriate application form. For most performances, the All-Sports Record Application is appropriate. For state championships listings, coaching win-loss records or a school’s win-loss total, a State Championship and Win-loss Record Application is available below. Potential national records in swimming should use the Swimming National Record Form and track and field national record performances require the Track and Field National Record Form, both are found below.

2. Simply complete the appropriate form, and forward it to the member state athletic/activity association in your particular state, along with documentation of the performance. For example, if a record performance was recorded in Indiana, complete the form and forward it to the Indiana High School Athletic Association. To obtain state association addresses, click here.

3. Once the state association receives the application, it will review the application and documentation. If the submission is accepted, it will be signed by the state association and then forwarded to the NFHS. (Note: do not send the form directly to the NFHS, as the application will not be accepted without approval of the member state athletic/activity association.)