HS hoops from Tuesday: Page falls to HPC

Posted by Andy Durham on February 11, 2009 at 11:17 am under High School | Comments are off for this article

The Page Pirates lost for the first time(2008/2009) in the Metro 4-A last night falling to High Point Central, 63-60. Xavier Nieves led the Bison late assault on the Pirates and finished with 16 points. Who is this Nieves fellow? Never heard of him, but I have heard of Derek Grant who had 18 for HPC, while Mitchell Oates pumped in 28 for Page.

In other hoops activity, it was Grimsley fighting back to beat Northwest Guilford, 79-68. Keith Manley was the top Whirlie with 27 points. Dudley whipped Western Alamance 86-51 with PJ Hairston hitting for 28, and Northern ripped Morehead 86-58 with Johnathan Frye knocking down 23 points for the Nighthawks.

Western Guilford slipped past Bartlett Yancey 55-54 and the crowd was yelling Reggie, Reggie, Reggie last night as Reggie Perkins poured in 12 to lead the Hornets. Smith rolled over East Forsyth 71-49, backed by Christian Rhodie’s 16 buckets. James Pegues was a force for the SEG Falcons as they beat Eastern Randolph 75-61.

Antwan Wilkinson’s 16 point effort helped Northeast Guilford double-up Rockingham County, 80-40. Quayshad Williams and his 17 helped Eastern get past Southern at UNCG, 60-58. I was at this game and it was a fight to the finish. Very exciting and a true example of a see-saw battle.

High Point Andrews eased by Southwest Guilford 70-68 with Appalachian-bound Tony Washington collecting 13 points for the Red Raiders. Charlotte Christian topped High Point Wesleyan 59-52 and High Point Christian stopped Caldwell Academy, 58-52.

Bishop boys and North Stokes with Josh Thompson reporting:
Bishop McGuinness vs North Stokes at Bishop

Northwest 1A Conference game
Bishop 19 18 11 16 64
North Stokes 11 11 15 10 47

Bishop scoring
Aaron Toomey 20
Atticus Lum 1
Brian Patti 1P
Jake McSwain 8
Zach Toomey 2
Matthew Paspy 21
Robbie Fitzgerald 2
Steve Nealen 6
Mike Herschel 2
Daniel McCclurg 1

North Stokes scoring
Dylan Hall 15
Travis Booth 9
Adam Carter 8
Austin Tilley 7
Patrick Hargrave 4
Ryan Tucker 2

Bishop rallied behind 4 made three pointers in the first quarter to go up 19-11. The second quarter was more of the same as the Villains took a 37-22 lead into the half behind freshman Matthew Paspy’s 14 first half points. North Stokes would rally back in the third quarter and early in the fourth the Vikings cut the Villains lead to 8 points but would never get any closer. Aaron Toomey penetrated into the lane as he and Matthew Paspy got to the foul line for nine free throws in the fourth quarter to seal the victory for Bishop. Toomey and Paspy combined for 14 fourth quarter points. The win pushes Bishop’s conference record to 15-0 and their winning streak to 16 straight games, with the only blemish on their record coming to Greensboro Grimsley in mid-December.

Aaron Toomey- 20 points, 8 assists, 4 steals
Matthew Paspy- 21 points
Zach Toomey 8 rebs

Bishop 22-1, 15-0
North Stokes 14- 7, 9-5

Girls baskeball from last night:
Eastern Guilford won the Conference Championship by beating Southern Guilford 69-29 at UNCG. Eastern used an up tempo game and executed very well. Eastern was paced by Kristin Crosby who netted 19 points and Miranda Jenkins who had 17 points and 10 rebounds. Amerijah Jamison had 9 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in the contest.

Kristin Crosby: 19 pts, 2 rebs, 1 asst
Miranda Jenkins: 17 pts, 10 rebs, 7 assts, 4 steals, 3 blocks
Amerijah Jamison: 9 pts, 12 rebs, 3 assts, 1 stl, 1 blk
Capricia Small: 8 pts, 9 rebs, 7 assts, 1 stl
Courtney Torrain: 6 pts, 3 rebs, 2 stls
Alesha Henry: 4 pts, 6 rebs, 2 assts, 2 stls
Kiyarria Purcell: 4 pts, 3 rebs, 1 stl
April Totten: 2 pts, 2 rebs, 3 assts,
Shanequa Rush: 1 reb, 2 assts
Priscilla Ojare:

The Dudley girls defeated Western Alamance 80-42 according to what we have been able to collect this morning and High Point Central took out Page in overtime 57-53 and now Page, HPC and Smith are all (5-4) Metro Conference girls……

Bishop busted North Stokes bubble with a 65-32 win by the Villians. The Northwest Guilford girls topped Grimsley 70-40 to go (9-0) Metro. Gretchen Bennett led the Vikings with 18. Northern got 18 points from Kelly Tessitore and 14 from Samantha Coffer in the Nighthawks’ 66-32 victory over Morehead.

Southeast Guilford celebrated the return of Amy Beasley with the Falcons’ winning 79-51 over Eastern Randolph and SEG sits at (10-2) in the conference. Southwest Guilford got a big win over High Point Andrews 58-50 and the Cowgirls are finishing strong. Western whipped Bartlett Yancey 40-25 and now the Hornets face Dudley at Dudley on Friday.

The Smith girls got that Metro mark to (5-4) with their dominant 63-38 victory over East Forsyth. Rockingham County topped NEG 55-32 and HP Wesleyan came out on top of Charlotte Christian, 63-48.


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