Terrence Coppola of Scotia High scored 26 points in a 68-48 win over previously unbeaten Ballston Spa on January 16, 2004 to become the Tartans’ all-time career scoring leader. Coppola ‘s 1,072 careere points surpassed the previous record which had been set by Chris Rogers in 1993. Warren Prehmus was the only other Scotia player to score more than 1,000 points. Prehmus broke 1,000 in 1973. Coppola had games of 40, 33, 27, 26, 32, and 19 points during that season. He had eight three-point baskets and scored 20 points in the second quarter the night he tallied 40. Coppola rates among the top five or six players in Tartan basketball history.