SEFFNER, Fla. (FOX 13) - Brylee Bartram is the new national record-holder for girl's high school 3-point shots made in a career.
"I feel relieved," says the Seffner Christian senior guard. "It's not going to be talked about as much, but I am definitely going to try to chase the Boys record, so it's still going to be in the back of my mind."
Brylee set the record against Covenant Prep out of Orlando on her home floor in Seffner. She needed seven threes to break the old mark; she broke it before the end of the first half as her Crusaders took a commanding lead.
Brylee's record-setting effort is the culmination of years of work. She has now made 504 3-point shots in her career, shattering the record of 500 that had held since 2010.
The overall record (for both boys and girls) is 520. Brylee has one more regular season game and the playoffs to break that mark.
Brylee Bartram will attend the University of Florida and play for the Gators following her graduation from Seffner Christian Academy.