More scores and details from Tournament action on Monday

Posted by Andy Durham on December 29, 2009 at 12:10 pm under High School | 10 Comments to Read

On the Western Guilford-HP Wesleyan boys game from the High Point Enteprise at www.hpe.com:

HIGH POINT – Western Guilford’s boys nearly buried Wesleyan in the first half of their Bank of North Carolina Christmas Classic opener.

But the Trojans proved they have a few very big shovels.

Trailing 30-14 at the half, Wesleyan regrouped, fought back and survived to pull out a 76-72 triple-overtime thriller at Southwest Guilford on Monday. Will Coble scored 18 of his game-high 20 points in the fourth quarter and the overtimes, coming up with countless big plays down the stretch.

The Trojans improved to 10-5 with the win and advanced to Tuesday’s semifinals at 6 p.m. at Southwest. They will face the winner of the nightcap between the host Cowboys and Oak Christian Academy of Knoxville, Tenn. But they gave coach Keith Gatlin a few headaches in the process.

“I’m gonna break about 15 clipboards this year, because they start off so passive,” Gatlin said only half-joking. “Our kids don’t understand, when you play basketball you have to play hard for 40 minutes.”

Boys from the NewBridge Bank Tournament in Lexington:
Southeast Guilford 64
East Davidson 59

from the Bank of North Carolina High Point Tournament:
Westchester 63
Southern Guilford 40

Southwest Guilford 68
Knoxville Christian 53…..

Girls from High Point:

High Point Central 50
Calvary Baptist 21

High Point Andrews 51
Southern Guilford 40

SWG 49
Cardinal Gibbons 43

Dudley 73
JL Mann 48

from the NewBridge Bank Tournament:
East Davidson 63
SEG 57
from www.hpe.com:
*****WALLBURG – East Davidson’s girls scored 35 points in the fourth quarter to rally for a 63-57 victory over Southeast Guilford in the first round of the NewBridge Bank Classic on Monday at Ledford.

East trailed 39-28 before the surge. Taylor Hallman and Candace Fox led the comeback. Hallman scored 12 of her 16 points while Fox struck for eight of her 12. Haley Grimsley and Stacy Hicks added 11. Grimsley sank two 3s in the final period while Hicks had a 3 and two free throws.

Jessica Anderson and Ayshia McNeil each had 15 for the Falcons. Destiny Locklear had 11, all in the fourth quarter.

In the boys game, Southeast withstood an East rally to prevail. Down 33-27 at the half, East closed to within one at the end of the third quarter.

Bradley Savage led the Falcons with 15 points that included six in the final period. Tevin Johnson and Danny Pressley each had 12.*****


  • update said,

    http://www.upwardclassic.org

    Lady Panthers of Dudley 73 vs JL Mann 48

    The Dudly Lady Panthers were led in scoring by Desiree Drayton 18 points, Amanda Harriston 16 points, and Breonna Patterson 15 points. JL Mann
    was led by Britney Holiday 14 points.

    JL Mann 1st 13, 2nd 9, 3rd 22, 4th 4 = 48

    Dudley 1st 19, 2nd 18, 3rd 20, 4th 16 = 73

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  • Update said,

    Game Five – Dudley 73 vs JL Mann 48

    The Dudly Lady Panthers were led in scoring by Desiree Drayton 18 points, Amanda Harriston 16 points, and Breonna Patterson 15 points. JL Mann
    was led by Britney Holiday 14 points.

    JL Mann 1st 13, 2nd 9, 3rd 22, 4th 4 = 48

    Dudley 1st 19, 2nd 18, 3rd 20, 4th 16 = 73

    ______________________________________________________

  • Dudley Stud said,

    Our girls gave them the business! Yall want some of us Northern? Yall better ask someone like Northwest! We ain’t playing! We got Amanda back and its all business now!

  • Basketball FAn said,

    The true class comes out or should I say lack of. When teams win, arent they giving the other team the business? Dudley is not isolated. E Davidson gave Southeast the business, HPC gave Calvary the busines. NG gave Williams, EA and all the other teams the business. Grow up.

  • LOL said,

    Don’t forget to add RJ Reynolds to your business list Stud

  • robert jones said,

    you always see the dudley fans out when they win—-they disappear when they lose—kind of like during a game—-they are great winners and very poor losers—that makes them losers imho.

  • ok said,

    D STud always has something extra to say..However…We were out here when they lost to RJ Reynolds…

    We don’t run…we run too. Not afraid to lose, not afraid to play a hard schedule and when we do we learn from it.

    Not afraid to take a L…..

  • That business! said,

    guess Parkview gave the lady panthers the business!

    Dudley Lady Panthers 63 vs Parkview Lady Panthers 66

    Katie Carroll paced Parkview scoring 16 points along with Lauren Coleman. Dudley was led by Breonna Patterson 23 points.

    Dudley 1st 8, 2nd 16, 3rd 19, 4th 20 = 63

    Parkview 1st 19, 2nd 18, 3rd 12, 4th 29 = 66

  • JBD1981 said,

    Once a panther, always a panther no matter how bad the academics are or how badly the school performs on the field/court.
    I just can’t get the blue and gold out of my system.
    ’81 for Fun

  • DUDLEY STUD said,

    Yall had better enjoy the Lil Four because when January hits the Panthers boys and Girls are going to run the table. Yall will see us at the Lil Four walking around to let yall know that “We Are In The House”!