Monday Sectionals Top Performers

Posted by Andy Durham on February 22, 2011 at 1:40 pm under High School | 11 Comments to Read


1. Miranda Jenkins: Eastern Guilford:38 pts
2. Samantha Coffer: Northern Guilford: 31 pts
3. Alyssa Munson: Northwest Guilford: 26 pts
4. Zena Lovett: Southwest Guilford: 20 pts
Paris Kea: Page: 20 pts
5. Kiera McIvor: Dudley: 16 pts
6. Moriah Davis: Dudley: 15 pts
7. Shannon Buchanan: Southwest Guilford: 14 pts
Jessica Pone: Southwest Guilford: 14 pts
Ciara Jackson: Ragsdale: 14 pts
8. Brittany Drew: Page: 13 pts
9. Brittany Conner: Southwest Guilford: 12 pts
Danika Harden: Dudley: 12 pts
Kaitlyn Shelton: Northwest Guilford: 12 pts
10. Aja Mott: Southwest Guilford: 11 pts
Natalie Harper: Northwest Guilford: 11 pts
11. Alexis Robinson: Northern Guilford: 10 pts
Amanda Coffer: Northern Guilford: 10 pts


1. Harmony White: Northwest Guilford:15
2. Miranda Jenkins: Eastern Guilford: 14
Alyssa Munson:Northwest Guilford: 14
3. Courtney Torraine: Eastern Guilford:13
4. Shannon Buchanan: Southwest Guilford: 12
Jessica Pone : SWG: 10
Brittany Conner: SWG: 8
5. Erica Olerich: Eastern Guilford: 7
6. Carryl Alston: Eastern Guilford: 6
Kiera Poteat: Eastern Guilford:6
Zena Lovette:SWG: 6 rebounds
7. Karima Jackson: Eastern Guilford:5


1. Erica Olerich: Eastern Guilford:5
2. Alexis Robinson: Northern Guilford:4
Zena Lovett: Southwest Guilford:4
Aja Mott: SWG: 4
5.Jessica Pone: SWG: 3
6. Miranda Jenkins: Eastern Guilford:2


1. Zena Lovette: SWG: 10
2. Aja Mott: SWG: 4
3. Erica Olerich: Eastern Guilford:3
Amanda Coffer: Northern Guilford:3
5. Jessica Pone: SWG: 2


1. Miranda Jenkins: Eastern Guilford:4
Ercia Olerich: Eastern Guilford: 4
2. Carryl Alston: Eastern Guilford:3
Amanda Cofer: Northern Guilford:3
Ciara Jackson: Ragsdale:3
3. Courtney Torraine: Eastern Guilford:2
4. Zena Lovette: SWG: 2


1. Jalen Ford: Andrews: 27 pts
2. Brandon Clyburn: Dudley: 24 pts
3. Tracy Gathings: Smith: 23 pts
Tyquan Roberts: Ragsdale:23 pts
4. Nevada Anderson: Grimsley: 21 pts
5. Frankie Eaves: Page: 20 pts
6. James Summers: Page: 18 pts
Brandon Hairston: Eastern Guilford: 18 pts
7. Jake Mulvey: Grimsley: 17 pts
Paris Scales: Northeast Guilford: 17 pts
Adrian Wimbush: Smith: 17 pts
8. Andrew Bostic: Southwest Guilford: 16 pts
9. Adam Gunn: Eastern Guilford: 14 pts
Sam Hunt: Dudley: 14 pts
Reggie Dillard: Dudely: 14 pts
Jaxon Randolph: Ragsdale: 14 pts
10. Abdul Tijani: Northeast Guilford: 13 pts
Montrel Goldston: Grimsley: 13 pts


1. Brandon Clyburn: Dudley: 13
2. Paris Scales: Northeast Guilford:7
3. Brandon Hairston: Eastern Guilford:6


1. Paris Scales: Northeast Guilford: 4


1. Paris Scales: Northeast Guilford: 3


1. Butch Huffman: Eastern Guilford: 5

  • Tom said,

    According to these stats, 5 eastern girls combined for 47 rebounds. Is that even possible? It seems like a lot. If they did, good job crashing the boards!

  • Tom said,

    I underestimated! 6 girls for 52 rebounds.

  • wildcat said,

    It’s possible…there were a lot of missed “easy” shots and luckily, we were there to get our rebounds…

  • Andy said,

    I guess that’s why they call them Wild Cats…..Sounds like they were hitting the boards and really going wild last night…..

    If I’m a really good guys player and Tom could tell us more about this, I could put up a few shots and grab my own rebound and pad my stats a little bit…I was thinking about this the other day, and it might have gotten by back in the 60’s and 70’s but probably not today on the upper levels, but what do you think?????

    If you were a real big guy you could miss a few shots on purpose and battle and get your own rebound and add a bunch of boards to your totals….

  • Tom said,

    Good job by Coach Gunn and the girls! Crashing the boards is one of the hardest things to teach and they obviously make it a priority,

  • Andy said,

    What Tom or another Big Man would have been doing up in the Ivy League back in the day, grabbing some bonus rebounds , would be no different than what Dave Casper, also known as Casper “The Friendly Ghost” was doing for the Oakland Raiders back in the day, when Casper would catch a pass near the goal line and then fumble the ball into the end zone and recover it for a touchdown…..The NFL got on Dave and the Raiders and put in a rule about advancing the football….

    But when it comes to rebounds, if you were say the sixe of a Dave Cowens from the Celtics back in the day, you could get a few garbage boards and there was always the case of teammate backing off so you could the rebound if you were at 19 boards and needed one more to get 20….I like to go back and watch some old film on the guys and see if they were ever padding their stats….

    Almost like the pre-game tap drill, but to be a true board, a shot must have been initiated…..Then you are at the discretion of the home scorekeeper….

    Tom knows, he averaged 15 points and about 15 boards a game for either Princeton or Yale back in the day….

  • Tom said,

    I wish I went for 15 and 15 back in the day. If you would like to spread that myth, be my guest. It was more like 12 and 6 and my memory may have inflated those numbers. I was a 2/3 so I wouldn’t have those lofty rebounding numbers. Princeton was on my list of potential schools, but I ended up at Johns Hopkins. Every one of our kids who are going to college to play ball should enjoy every minute of it. They also need to remember the real reason they are there, to get a degree. You can do both and have a great experience.

  • SWFan said,

    SW Stat corrections and Additions:

    Jessica Pone had 10 rebounds
    Zena Lovette had 4 assists, 6 rebounds and 10 steals

  • Teamwork said,

    I am hearing that @ 1 for Dudley is the Coach P’s godson! If this is true, then it would really explain alot. If the coach would get # 1 to pass the ball out and not think he can make all of the shots, then guess what, the game last night could have been won! I saw it at the game last night but it has been going on all season. Looks like favoritism to me.

  • GOOD JOB JONES said,


    There is no if here concerning what the girls did for Eastern.

  • Watson Cherry said,


    I think it is nice to see all the kids numbers posted here on a consistent basis. It gives the kids and acknowlegement of what is transpiring from game to game. I have seen overtime many different names appear based on the actual productivity that was produced for both males and females from all over the county. I believe that the only time it goes unrecognized is when it was never sent in or their respective school never called it in to the newspapers. If I were coaches and were going to give out conference awards at the end of the year and meetings were held to vote for such, I would demand that one present verifiable facts versus “here is whom I think it should be ” formula or “This is whom I like and want something to be”. This open forum allows for facts to be presented. Nice things for the kids.