SPFHS to Retire Star Basketball Alum Bryan Dougher's Number

Dougher led the team to its only state championship in boy's basketball in 2008.

On Friday night, Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School will be retiring the jersey of alum and star basketball player Bryan Dougher before their 8 p.m. game versus Westfield.  

Dougher is a 2008 graduate who, his senior year, led the team to its only state championship in boy's basketball. Dougher is also the school's all-time leading scorer for the boy's basketball team. 

After graduating, Dougher went on to play for Stony Brook, where he also holds the record as that program's all-time leading Division I scorer. He is now playing professionally in Australia, but is currently home and will be attending the Friday ceremony. 

Dougher joins SPFHS alums Bryan Meredith (boys soccer), Hillary Klimowicz (girls basketball) and Nate Jones (football) in having his jersey retired. 


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