NW Guilford started the game as hot as you can be. Going on a 8-0 run that turned into 10-3, then 15-3, 20-3, 26-5. Which ended the first quarter 28-10. Keep in mind that Page started 3 seniors that haven’t started a game all season because it was senior night. Combine that with NW Guilford hitting about 6 three point baskets, and Page had a large deficit to overcome.
Page would answer that Viking hot streak in the 2nd quarter with some three point baskets of their own, Jordan Weethee, De’mone Harrison, A.J. Finney, and Mitch Oates all connecting from long range. The Pirates would cut the lead to 4 at the half, making it 44-40 at the break.
The game would not slow down at all in the 2nd half, as both teams consecutively hit shot after shot. Julius Brooks would lead Page in the 3rd quarter with his array of post moves and soft touch finishes. 67-65 NW Guilford at the end of the 3rd.
The last quarter of this ball game came down to Page just outlasting NW Guilford. The Vikings looked tired, and the Pirates were still running almost full speed with the fastbreak. 83-75 is the final with a very entertaining game, to say the least. #32, Kyle Vebber, for NW Guilford had well over 30 points in this match up.
Page finishes as regular season Metro 4A conference champions, with a 9-1 record. NW Guilford finished 3-7.