HS hoops tonight for 2/8/2010: NWG takes two from HPC, Page and Smith split, EG with two over RC, NEG tops Ledford and Bishop boys win by 22

Posted by Andy Durham on February 8, 2010 at 10:43 pm under High School | 4 Comments to Read

Page 45
Smith 41

Northwest Guilford 57
High Point Central 49

Ledford 46
NEG 39

Ledford is first in the league at 6-1 and NEG is 5-3.

EG 45-34 over Rockingham County

North Forsyth 73
Southern Guilford 71

Smith 67
Page 61

Northwest Guilford 77
High Point Central 70

Eastern Guilford 63
Rockingham County 37

Northeast Guilford 69
Ledford 54

North Forsyth 77
Southern Guilford 55

Page JV Boys 51
Smith 41

Greensboro Day School vs. Calvary Baptist Day School CANCELLED

From Page-Smith Varsity boys:
Smith scoring…
Tracy Gathings 18 points
Dominique Bartell 17
Jabrel Newkirk 9
Corey Butler 6
Marquis Clark 6
Tony Pinnix 5
Drew Williams 3
Eric Ebron 2
Darian Jones 2

Page scoring:
Desmond Harrison 13 points
Demone Harrison 11
James Summers 11
Jackson Kent 7
Bryson Fonville 6
Frank Eaves 5
Dylan Sykes 3
Ryan Crumpton 3
Stacey Greene 2
*****Smith up 19-4 1st Q….33-28 Smith at halftime…48-44 Smith 3rdQ…****Page was down by 21 points in the first half and cut the lead to just 1 point in the second half……FINAL 67-61 Smith..

Tonight:Feb 8, 2010 Northeast Guilford won versus Ledford 69 – 54…Bryce Benjamin paced the Rams with 19 points…..

Thursday Feb 4, 2010 Northeast Guilford won versus North Forsyth 69 – 53…..

Thursday Jan 28, 2010 Northeast Guilford won versus Southwestern Randolph 54-35…..
*****Northeast Guilford is 6-2 in the 3A Conference….They have won against Conference leader North Forsyth and Southwestern Randolph whom they lost to both a few weeks earlier. Northeast Guilford
looks to be on a pace to finish at least second in the conference.*****

More on NWG’s 77-70 boys win over High Point Central:
Northwest swept High Point Central for the season at NWHS Monday night 77-70. The Vikings lead by 2 at the half and never trailed again. With strong play from Sophomores Reed Lucas 31 points 4 reb and Adam Coble 19 points 8 reb, the Viking move to 5-5 in Conference play knocking off the #2 seed Bison….

1st Quarter…14 to 19 HPC
2nd Quarter…24 to 17 NWG
3rd Quarter…24-18 NWG
4th Quarter…15 to 16 HPC

NW Players Points Scored:
Reed Lucas 31
Adam Coble 19
Kyle Vebber 9
Zach Ellwood 6
Kyle Berger 5
Hunter Clary 3
Matt Pawlowski 2
Julian Sampah 2

High Point Central Points Scored:
Eberhart 16
Bethea 15
Grant 14
Adams 11
Langham 9
Stewart 5

Page-Smith girls scoring:
Page Pirates

Chevena Pickard 20 points
Ashley Fowler 11
Brittany Drew 5
Portia Oakley 4
Danika Whitsett 2
Hannah Pegram 2
Chelsey Coleman 1

Smith scoring
Breanna Garris 13 points
Quan Greer 10
Lekendra Wilkerson 6
Catrina Gibson 5
Alexis Phillips 4
Destiny Carter 2
****1st Q Page up 12-8…Page at the half 19-18…3rdQ Page over Smith 28-25….Final Page 45, Smith 41….*****

Northwest 1A/2A Conference game
Walnut Cove

Bishop 16 22 16 15 69
South Stokes 11 17 8 11 47

Bishop scoring
Aaron Toomey 15
Daniel McClurg 11
Josh Rathburn 11
Mike Banks 8
Trey Tatum 5
Steve Marrujo 4
Kevin Weckworth 4
Atticus Lum 4
Dan Manna 3
Sean Wilson 2

South stokes scoring
Chris Hairston 11
Jaron Withers 10
Hunter Duncan 9
Josh Wright 6
Cory Hogan 6
Dylan Hazelwood 3
Dee Searcy 2

Toomey 10 assists
McClurg 6 rebs 2 steals 2 blocks

Bishop used big runs in the second and third quarters to pull away from South Stokes. The Villains had 11 steals in the game to go with 41 rebounds as they dominated the glass.

Bishop 14-6, 8-4
South Stokes 9-12, 4-9

Josh Thompson
Bishop McGuinness Basketball

  • Tom said,

    What happened to Ashley Dubose of Smith? Is she hurt?

  • athlete210 said,

    Ledford girls beat NEG last night 46-39. Ledford is first in the league at 6-1 and NEG is 5-3.

  • Andy said,

    With Ashley Dubose it was a combination of grades and also Coach’s Decision and I do believe she will be gone for the rest of the year from what I have heard. I hope she gets another chance, but it is Coach’s Decision.

    All things must be correct and right now, they are not…..

  • Tom said,

    That is too bad, especially since she is a senior. As always, it is a privilege to play sports.