HS hoops with the Saturday morning rewind

Posted by Andy Durham on January 31, 2009 at 9:27 am under High School | Comments are off for this article

Here are some the early scores we received on last night’s games.

Greensboro Day School over High Point Wesleyan in the boys game, GDS 67, HPW 40….GDS goes to (23-2) overall. In the girls game, GDS lead early on 7-0, but HPW cane back to win this game played on the Lawndale campus, HPW 36, GDS 27…..Javan Mitchell(14pts.), Jay Lewis(12pts.), Lucas Weavil, Ryan Campbell, Christian Pulliam, Brandon Dorsett, John Bunch, Ryan Carty, Jordan Robertson, Domas Rinksalis…..They all looked strong as always for the Bengals.

The High Point Central girls topped Grimsley 58-38, but the Grimsley boys(Keith Manley 17pts.) got the best of HPC, 59-55 in what must have been a real good one. Greg Johnson reporting

Page took two from East Forsyth, winning the girls game 62-40 and grabbing a victory in the boys contest, 81-60.(AJ Finney 27pts. Page boys) William Hardin reporting

Ragsdale swept Trinity with a win in opener 55-38 as the Tiger girls take it and in the boys game Ragsdale(Wally Jones 24pts. Jay Canty 20pts./15rbs.) rolled 80-56 over the Bulldogs. Glen Locklear reporting

The Southern Guilford girls ran their North State 2-A Conference record to (4-2) with a 56-38 victory on the road at WS Atkins. William Whitaker reporting

The Bishop McGuinness boys were big winners again with this report courtesy of Josh Thompson:
Bishop Mcguinness vs West Wilkes
@ West Wilkes Northwest 1a conference game

Bishop 32 22 26 8 88
West Wilkes 5 13 10 7 35

Bishop scoring
Ross Diachenko 11
Jake McSwain 9
Aaron Toomey 6
Steve Nealen 12
Josh Rathburn 9
Brian Patti 11
Michael Herschel 2
Max Scalf 2
Michael Paspy 22
Daniel McClurg 4

West Wilkes scoring
Queen 10
Huffman 8
Johnson 4
Dallmen 4
Moree 3
Absher 2
Adams 2
Triplett 2

The Villains came out on fire scoring 32 first quarter points and 54 in the first half en route to the commanding victory. Bishop made 11 three pointers in the first half (Nealen made 4) and were also keyed offensively by freshman Michael Paspy’s 16 first half points. Keeping up the hot shooting in the second half the Villains put up 26 in the third quarter and cruised in the fourth. Bishop had 15 made three pointers for the game. Freshman Michael Paspy- 5 made three pointers, 22 points, 2 steals Aaron toomey 5 assists

Bishop 19-1, 12-0
West Wilkes 6-12, 4-7

Also last night we saw the Southeast Guilford girls bounce back after two losses last week, they defeated Asheboro last night, 69-39. The Ragsdale girls led by Lisa Archie and Courtney Arrington still have a lock on the top spot in the conference. The SEG boys led by Chuckie Becton’s 20 points got the win over Asheboro 67-56.

The Dudley boys paced by PJ Hairston’s 27 points posted a 79-51 Panther victory over Morehead. Panthers now stand at (18-1), still unbeaten in the Triad 3-A Conference with the game at Northern coming up this Tuesday. Ragsdale is (19-1) and Dudley stands at (18-1), can you say 3-A title game????? Northern says not us, they want Dudley on Tuesday and the NG Nighthawk Gym will be packed…..

Nothing on the Dudley girls or the Northwest Guilford girls, and we sure could use some scores on those or we may have to call Tom Keller or Robert Bell on their home phones……

The Northeast Guilford Rams grabbed two wins from Western Alamance on long-time AD John Primm’s last day at work. The NEG girls won a tight-rope affair, taking the win 36-35 over the Warriors and the Ram boys got a nice 62-52 win over WA.

High Point Andrews may see Ragsdale in the State 3-A Regionals at the Greensboro Coliseum, you never know, but we do know the Red Raiders are still unbeaten conference and they are now (17-4) overall after last night’s 63-39 win over Glenn. Since Tony Washington and Jordan Reid joined the team the Raiders are getting even stronger. The HPA ladies found the win column after falling down a bit last week, but Friday night it was HPA over Glenn, 55-47.

The Bishop McGuinness girls joined the Bishop boys as winners rolling over West Wilkes, 66-24.

We didn’t have the score on the NWG girls, but the Viking boys defeated Smith by twelve, 68-56, with freshman Adam Coble netting 13 points and 10 boards for the Viks.

*****See if you can get us those scores on the Dudley and NWG girls, we would really appreciate it. Don’t forget Reidsville vs. Eastern Guilford at UNCG, girls game at 6pm, boys at 7:30. NG boys are on the road up in the Philly/NJ area.*****

+++++WS Carver 62, SWG 53+++++


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