ATTLEBORO, Mass. – With a left-handed scoop and score, Attleboro senior Bryant Ciccio etched his name into the Bombardier history books.
With 2:49 left in the second quarter of Tuesday’s contest with Oliver Ames, Ciccio became the eighth male and 14th player overall in Attleboro history to score 1,000 career points. Ciccio needed 18 points coming into the game and ended up with one of his best scoring performances in his four-year career as a starter.
“He was locked in and played phenomenal,” said Attleboro head coach Mark Houle, who is also apart of the Bombardier 1,000-point club. Ciccio is the first male addition to the list since 2014 when Tim Walsh accomplished the feat.
Ciccio got off to a terrific start, nailing a pair of three-pointers in the opening frame and finished with 10 points in the first quarter. He hit two more three-pointers in the second quarter before a steal led to a layup for his 1,000th point. He went on to his three more three-pointers in the second half to finish with seven total, and 31 points in the game, just one shy of tying his career high. Attleboro earned an important 79-55 win over the Tigers.
You can see a full list of Attleboro 1,000-point scorers as well as the other 11 schools in the Hockomock League here.