In a season full of shattered records, Two Harbors senior Jayden Ruberg finished his season by setting the all-time scoring record for the Agates.
Jayden had 2,204 points for his career, finishing with nearly 200 points more than the previous record holder at Two Harbors: his aunt, Stacy Ruberg Johnson.
In January, Jayden passed his father, Greg Ruberg, for most points for an Agate boys player in a 29-point performance against Wrenshall on Jan. 18. Two Harbors won 65-47.
In a 28-point performance during the 68-46 win over Silver Bay on Feb. 21, Jayden passed Johnson for most all-time points. His aunt was on hand to congratulate him, just like his father did a month before.
Jayden's season was spectacular by any stretch, with the 6-foot, 3-inch forward setting the single game record twice this season - first with 57 points in a 89-80 home win over Carlton on Jan. 11, next with 58 points against rival Silver Bay on Jan. 31.
In the game against Silver Bay, he scored the final 11 points for the Agates in the last three minutes of the game, leading Two Harbors from a 76-69 deficit to an 80-79 win. The game was the Agates' first win against Silver Bay since 2015, when Ruberg was an eighth-grader mostly watching from the bench.
Jayden was the area leader in scoring with 32.2 points per game. He led the Agates to their best season since 2013-14 with nine wins - six more than last season's total.
Setting basketball records at Two Harbors has become a tradition for the Ruberg family. Greg and his sister dominated Agate record books in the 1990s. Two of Greg's children have set Two Harbors records in the past few years; Alyssa Ruberg became the Agates all-time leader in made 3-pointers two years ago.