HS hoops report Part I

Posted by Andy Durham on February 19, 2009 at 10:01 am under High School | 4 Comments to Read

Eastern 67 Southern Guilford 40‏

Eastern Guilford won the semifinal match up against Southern Guilford 67-40. Eastern led 36-17 at the half and after a little run by Southern they pulled away. Eastern placed four players in double figures with Miranda Jenkins and Kristin Crosby leading the way with 15 points each and up and coming freshmen Kierra Purcel with 14 points off the bench and Amerijah Jamison 11 points. Camile Horne led Southern with 21 points. Eastern now face West Stokes on Friday for the Conference Tournament Championship game. Both teams split during the regular season.

Kristin Crosby: 15 pts, 7 rebs, 1 asst, 1 stl
Miranda Jenkins: 15 pts, 10 assts, 6 rebs, 3 blks, 3 stls
Kierra Purcel: 14 pts, 4 rebs, 2 assts, 2 stls
Amerijah Jamison: 11 pts, 8 rebs, 7 stls
Capricia Small: 8 pts, 8 assts, 6 rebs, 4 stls, 2 blks
April Totten: 4 pts, 2 assts,4 rebs, 4 stls, 1 blk
Alesha Henry: 3 rebs
Courtney Torrain
Shaequa Rush
Priscilla Ojare: DNP
Karimma Jackson: DNP

from Coach William Whitaker:
Eastern Guilford 67, Southern Guilford 40

In the semifinals of the Mid-State 2-A Conference tournament, Eastern Guilford downed Southern Guilford. Miranda Jenkins notched a double-double with 15 points and 10 assists to lead Eastern. Camille Horne of Southern Guilford led all scorers with 21. Eastern advances to Friday night’s championship game at UNCG’s Fleming Gym versus West Stokes. Tip-off is 7:30 p.m.

I have never coached a game were we did not shoot a single free-throw. Eastern only had 3 fouls called on them the entire game and they play man to man defense the entire game! WOW

Southern Guilford — Camille Horne 21, Michelle Caudle 5, Syni Simmons 4, Larissa Young 4, Lindsay Inman 4, Jessica Porter 2.

Eastern Guilford (14-10) — Miranda Jenkins 15, Kristen Crosby 15, Tierra Purcell 14, Amira Jamison 11, Capricia Smalls 8, April Totten 4.


  • bball fan said,

    I was at the game…The referees were not consistent. No way the foul count in the second half should have been 10-2….

  • JT said,

    Southern Guilford got hosed. There’s no way Eastern should have won that game. It’s hard to win when you are playing 5 on 8.

  • jg said,

    They won by 27. Do you honestly think the refs cost Southern that many points. They would have had to call 14 more fouls on Eastern for Southern to win. I don’t think I have ever seen refs blow a 27 point game.

  • CC said,

    They won by 27 and very much so 14 more fouls could have been called. Southern had a strong run that cut into the lead (11) and still going strong until 4 striaght non calls and Eastern finishing on the other end kill Southern’s spirit. I have never seen anything like that game. Both teams before that point were playing good basketball. You can’t blame Eastern’s or Southern’s coach for what the refs did. They have 2 outstanding coaches. Good luck to them both!