Scorebook Live’s Dan Dickau caught up with Brock Ravet in mid-January. Ravet, a senior point guard at Kittitas High School, has committed to play college basketball at Gonzaga.
Editor’s note: Ravet became Washington state’s all-time leading scorer with a 24-point performance in Kittitas’ win over Walla Walla Valley Academy on Friday, Feb. 1. Ravet’s career point total now sits at 2,857. He moved ahead of Lance Den Boer, who finished his career at Sunnyside Christian in 2003 with 2,851 career points.
Congrats to my guy @Brock3ravet on becoming the State’s All Time leading scorer. Has been so fun to coach him with @WASupreme & I can’t wait to watch him continue to grow @ZagMBB pic.twitter.com/9gEZ6V4G72
Seven questions with Brock Ravet:
How would you describe your game?
A scoring point guard that can see the court and loves to win.
What are your goals for this season, both individually and as a team?
Team: 3-peat the State Championship
Individually: Play every game like it’s my last. Win the State Championship. Lead the state in all-time scoring. Be awarded Gatorade Player of the Year again. Be awarded Player of the Year for the WIAA. Lead state in scoring for the season.
How would you describe your coach?
Our coach expects us to play at the highest level that we can, while expecting 100% effort in whatever we do.
Who is your favorite player?
Who is the toughest matchup this season and why?
Saint George’s because they are an all-around good team that plays good defense.
What is your favorite gym in the state to play in?
The Spokane Arena because it brings out the best in our team and we’ve had great memories there.
What are your aspirations as a player?
To take my career as far as I can go and be the best and most unselfish player I can be.