Enderlin’s Graham Hurlburt Close To Breaking School Scoring Record

FARGO — The North Dakota Class B Region 1 boys basketball tournament kicks off today at Scheels Arena and tonight’s 7:30 p.m. quarterfinal between Enderlin and Kindred stands to be a historic one for Enderlin senior Graham Hurlburt.

Hurlburt, a 6-foot-7 shooting guard, is only 15 points away from breaking Enderlin’s school record for career points. Jason Thielges, now the head football coach at Fargo Davies High School, holds Enderlin’s scoring record with 1,502 points.

Hurlburt, who is averaging 20-plus points per game for the Eagles this season sits at 1,488 points heading into the Region 1 tournament.

Hurlburt closed out the regular season with 36- and 35-point efforts.

Enderlin is trying to qualify for the state tournament for the first time since 1996.

Tom Mix is the North Dakota high schools sports reporter at The Forum. He has been working at The Forum since 2009 and has been covering the ND prep sports beat since 2012. Mix can be reached at tmix@forumcomm.com. Follow Mix on Twitter @MixMaster_TGM

Enderlin senior Graham Hurlburt is 15 points away from breaking the school's boys basketball scoring record.
Enderlin senior Graham Hurlburt is 15 points away from breaking the school’s boys basketball scoring record. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor