Drew Daoust Tops 1,000 Career Points

Southern Door sophomore point guard Drew Daoust reached the 1,000-point career scoring mark in his high school basketball career Tuesday when the Eagles won their non-conference game at Two Rivers, 76-39.

Daoust, who entered the game nine points shy of 1,000, scored a game-high 32 points.

As a freshman, Daoust tallied 505 points in 26 games. He has already exceeded that season total after 16 games with 518 points for an average of 32.4 points per game.

The regular season is only two-thirds completed, and with eight games remaining before tournament time, Daoust will have more opportunities to add to his career point total. He has slightly more than 500 points to go to become Door County’s all-time leading scorer in boys basketball.

Southern Door players now occupy the top-three positions as the county’s career scoring leaders, and they are the only ones who tallied more than 1,500 points. Nathan Vogel, a 1999 graduate, tops the list at 1,566. Daoust’s brother, Kyle, a 2019 graduate, is second with 1,562. Derik Hawkey, a 2008 graduate, is third at 1,519.