Update on Trinity boys and High School Hoops tonight

Posted by Andy Durham on December 2, 2008 at 1:00 pm under High School | 6 Comments to Read

Mount Tabor crushed Trinity last night 101-64 and the Spartans held Josh Pittman to just 12 points. Pittman had 50 in the Bulldogs’ 69-60 win over WS Reynolds in the Piedmont Challenge at Northern Guilford back on Saturday night. Mike Grace led Tabor with 25 and Wake Forest-bound C.J. Harris had 23 points, 7 rebounds, and 6 assists. Trinity’s Matt Watkins led all scorers with 29.

In girls action Vandalia remained unbeaten with their 54-47 win over Woodland. VCS has started the season at (6-0).

Tonight’s schedule includes Northern at Northwest Guilford, Page at Northeast Guilford, Ragsdale at Grimsley, High Point Andrews at Lexington, High Point Central at Southern Guilford, and HP Westchester at HP Wesleyan.

  • Joe said,

    Page plays Mt. Tabor soon, should be a good game. Even thought Tabor is loaded this year.

  • Wake Forest basketball tickets said,

    Should be interesting to watch C.J. play for Wake next season.

  • Andy said,

    Mount Tabor has a good and deserving pipeline into Wake Forest with Andy Muse the Mt. Tabor Spartans coach, his dad is the Spartans assistant coach and Tom’ s other son Mike Muse, Andy’s brother, is an assistant on the Wake staff.

    The Muse family has paid their dues and done a ton to help with the development of Forsyth County basketball for boys and girls…..

  • Kevin said,

    I was curious on Josh Pittman’s basketball future. I believe that he is a senior this year.

  • Andy said,

    UNCG, HPU, Coastal Carolina and others were watching him and his Bulldog teammates this past Saturday night.

  • Danny said,

    Josh Pittman has commited to Guilford College in Greensboro. The Quakers, of the DIII Old Dominion Athletic Conference, have gone 74-16 the past three seasons, including a 26-6 record and 3rd place national finish in 2009.