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Michael Almonacy breaks Mitch Kupchak's Brentwood scoring record

Michael Almonacy broke Mitch Kupchak's school scoring record of 1,380 points as Brentwood hosted Floyd in a Suffolk boys basketball game on Thursday, Jan. 7, 2016. Kupchak, general manager of the Los Angeles Lakers, scored 1,380 points for Brentwood from 1970-72 Almonacy, a senior guard, has committed to play his college basketball at Stony Brook.

Michael Almonacy of Brentwood, left, gets a pat
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Michael Almonacy of Brentwood, left, gets a pat on the back from head coach Anthony Jimenez a Suffolk County varsity boys' basketball game against Floyd at Brentwood High School on Thursday, Jan. 7, 2016. In the first quarter, he drained a three-pointer to break the school scoring record of 1,380 points previously held by Mitch Kupchak, current General Manager of the Los Angeles Lakers. Almonacy, a senior who committed to playing basketball for Stony Brook University, finished with 18 points in Brentwood's 104-48 win.

Michael Almonacy of Brentwood, left, and teammate Jamel
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Michael Almonacy of Brentwood, left, and teammate Jamel Allen react after Almonacy drained a three-pointer to break the school scoring record of 1,380 points during a Suffolk boys basketball game against Floyd at Brentwood High School on Thursday, Jan. 7, 2016. The previously held mark was set by Mitch Kupchak, current general manager of the Los Angeles Lakers. Almonacy, a senior who committed to playing basketball for Stony Brook, finished with 18 points in Brentwood's 104-48 win.

Michael Almonacy of Brentwood, left, and Karis Watson
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Michael Almonacy of Brentwood, left, and Karis Watson cheer on their teammates in the final minutes of a Suffolk County varsity boys' basketball game against Floyd at Brentwood High School on Thursday, Jan. 7, 2016. In the first quarter, Almonacy drained a three-pointer to break the school scoring record of 1,380 points previously held by Mitch Kupchak, current General Manager of the Los Angeles Lakers. Almonacy, a senior who committed to playing basketball for Stony Brook University, finished with 18 points in Brentwood's 104-48 win.

Michael Almonacy of Brentwood poses for a portrait
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Michael Almonacy of Brentwood poses for a portrait after a Suffolk County varsity boys' basketball game against Floyd at Brentwood High School on Thursday, Jan. 7, 2016. In the first quarter, he drained a three-pointer to break the school scoring record of 1,380 points previously held by Mitch Kupchak, current General Manager of the Los Angeles Lakers. Almonacy, a senior who committed to playing basketball for Stony Brook University, finished with 18 points in Brentwood's 104-48 win.

Michael Almonacy of Brentwood poses for a picture
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Michael Almonacy of Brentwood poses for a picture after a Suffolk boys basketball game against Floyd at Brentwood High School on Thursday, Jan. 7, 2016. In the first quarter, he drained a three-pointer to break the school scoring record of 1,380 points previously held by Mitch Kupchak, current general manager of the Los Angeles Lakers. Almonacy, a senior who committed to playing basketball for Stony Brook, finished with 18 points in Brentwood's 104-48 win.

Michael Almonacy of Brentwood, right, dribbles upcourt under
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Michael Almonacy of Brentwood, right, dribbles upcourt under pressure from Michael Thomas of Floyd during a Suffolk boys basketball game against Floyd at Brentwood High School on Thursday, Jan. 7, 2016. In the first quarter, he drained a three-pointer to break the school scoring record of 1,380 points previously held by Mitch Kupchak, current general manager of the Los Angeles Lakers. Almonacy, a senior who committed to playing basketball for Stony Brook, finished with 18 points in Brentwood's 104-48 win.

Michael Almonacy of Brentwood poses for pictures after
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Michael Almonacy of Brentwood poses for pictures after being presented with a ceremonial basketball in a Suffolk boys basketball game against Floyd at Brentwood High School on Thursday, Jan. 7, 2016. In the first quarter, he drained a three-pointer to break the school scoring record of 1,380 points previously held by Mitch Kupchak, current general manager of the Los Angeles Lakers. Almonacy, a senior who committed to playing basketball for Stony Brook, finished with 18 points in Brentwood's 104-48 win.

Michael Almonacy of Brentwood poses for pictures during
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Michael Almonacy of Brentwood poses for pictures during a Suffolk boys basketball game against Floyd at Brentwood High School on Thursday, Jan. 7, 2016. In the first quarter, he drained a three-pointer to break the school scoring record of 1,380 points previously held by Mitch Kupchak, current general manager of the Los Angeles Lakers. Almonacy, a senior who committed to playing basketball for Stony Brook, finished with 18 points in Brentwood's 104-48 win.

Michael Almonacy of Brentwood drives to the hoop
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Michael Almonacy of Brentwood drives to the hoop during a Suffolk boys basketball game against Floyd at Brentwood High School on Thursday, Jan. 7, 2016. In the first quarter, he drained a three-pointer to break the school scoring record of 1,380 points previously held by Mitch Kupchak, current general manager of the Los Angeles Lakers. Almonacy, a senior who committed to playing basketball for Stony Brook, finished with 18 points in Brentwood's 104-48 win.

Michael Almonacy of Brentwood shoots a jumper during
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Michael Almonacy of Brentwood shoots a jumper during a Suffolk boys basketball game against Floyd at Brentwood High School on Thursday, Jan. 7, 2016. In the first quarter, he drained a three-pointer to break the school scoring record of 1,380 points previously held by Mitch Kupchak, current general manager of the Los Angeles Lakers. Almonacy, a senior who committed to playing basketball for Stony Brook, finished with 18 points in Brentwood's 104-48 win.

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