All-Sectional All-Tournament Playoff Teams

Posted by Andy Durham on February 26, 2011 at 4:36 pm under High School | 5 Comments to Read

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1. Miranda Jenkins: Eastern Guilford: Scored career highs 38 and 41 in back to
back games and led a young inexperience less talented team to the second round
in a overtime loss on the road to Western Harnett. May have set a Guilford
County record by averaging 39.5 ppg during that stretch. In the two games she
averaged: 39.5 ppg, 10 rpg, 5 bpg, 4 apg, 2 spg; That came on the heels of
averaging 28.6 ppg, 7.3 rpg, 5.3 apg, 3.3 spg, 1.3 bpg during the Conference
Tournament. She averaged over 14 points above her seasonal average during the

2. Samantha Coffer: Northern Guilford: Scored season high of 31 in first round
and 28 in second round to finish with 76 points total as Northern came up short
in the final. She averaged 25.3 ppg, 9 rpg, 3 assts during that stretch as
Northern Guilford reached the Sectional Finals for the first time in the
school’s history. She averaged nearly 7 points above her seasonal average.

3. Zena Lovett: Southwest Guilford: Scored 20 points in back to back games and
culminated it with 29 points in the final game as Southwest Guilford advances to
the Regionals. Probably have the best talented team in the area and were never
challenged during the Sectionals as Dudley bowed out to Butler. She averaged 23
ppg, 6.6 rpg 3.3 apg, 5 spg. She average nearly 5 points above her seasonal

4. Jessica Pone: Southwest Guilford: Scored 20, 14 and 21 respectively during
the Sectionals and finished with 18.3 ppg which is nearly seven points above
her seasonal average. She help to provide the needed additional scoring to go
along with Lovett and Buchanan. Her 20 points and crucial freethrow shooting
were key in the win against Page in the second round as Page made a run.

5. Eboni Goins: Dudley: Scored 8, 16 and 13 respectively as Dudley reached the
Finals. Her 12.3 ppg were nearly four points above her seasonal average and was
the teams top producer during that stretch. Her 13 points against Butler help
Dudley to stay within striking distance before Butler turned up the defensive
pressure and outscored Dudley 48-31 in the remaining three quarters of play.

Second Team

1. Shannon Buchanan: Southwest Guilford:Scored 14, 14, 3 respectively and
averaged 10.3 ppg and nearly 10 rebounds. She played very consistent basketball
and help to clog up the middle as the Cowgirls advanced to the Regionals.

2. Alexis Robinson: Northern Guilford: Scored 17, 10, 5 respectively and
averaged 10.7 ppg, 4 assts. Her 10.7 ppg were nearly 4 points above her seasonal
average and her scoring help to take the load off of the Coffer sisters during
the Sectionals.

3. Kierra McIvor: Dudley: Scored 16,9,8 respectively and averaged 11 ppg during
the Sectionals. She scored nearly 4 points above her season average including 16
against Ragsdale in the opening round. She was the teams second leading scorer
behind Eboni Goins in the playoffs and help Dudley to get off to a great start
along with Denika Harden in the opening quarter against Butler.

4. Alyssa Munson: Northwest Guilford: Scored 26 and 14 respectively as Northwest
advanced to the second round. Scored 14 against undefeated Butler and it allowed
Northwest to stay in contention in only a 10 point loss. She averaged 20 ppg and
10 rebounds during that stretch. She scored nearly 6 points above her seasonal
average during the playoffs.

5. Brittany Drew: Page: Scored 13 and 17 respectively as Page concluded the
season by advancing to the second round. Her sharp shooting late help Page to
stay in contention against powerful Southwest Guilford. She averaged 15 ppg
during the Sectionals which were nearly two point above her seasonal average.

Honorable Mention:

1.Desiree Drayton: Dudley: scored a total of 28 points in three games and
finished with 9.3 ppg which were nearly two points below her seasonal average.

2. Paris Kea: Page: Scored 20 and 11 respectively in playoffs and finished with
15.5 ppg which were around her seasonal average.

3. Natalie Harper: Northwest Guilford: Scored 11 and 10 respectively and
finished with averaging 10.5 ppg which were above her seasonal averages.

4. Amanda Coffer: Northern Guilford: Scored 10,8, 8 respectively and finished
with an average of 8.6 and nearly 6 rebounds per game during the playoffs.

5. Denika Harden: Dudley: Scored 12,6,6 respectively and finished with
averaging 8 ppg which were 3 points better than her seasonal average. She help
to get Dudley off to a great start against Butler in the first quarter which is
the only quarter that Dudley ever led.

  • The Mouthpiece said,

    OMG! Where did this come from? This must be purely a statistical thing because if you were at the games, I think you would have seen otherwise! I’m only speaking for the Panther girls on here! Just because you score the points don’t make you worthy. Meaning if you score for example 17 point but give up 29, statistically your a bust! I’d take that match up any day of the week! All players deserve there recognition and making list like this is great, but look at the total body of work and not just points!
    Not knocking anyone’s kid, just stating sometimes games are not won by points alone! Some of the points come against lesser (1st round) opponents, but against the tougher competition your measurements come up short!

  • BigBasketball Fan said,


  • Next? said,

    Mouthpiece, name ONE sports forum in any form of media (magazine, web based, TV, etc) that does NOT name the stats that are listed here. Where do they say this player had 30 points BUT he/she gave up 28 points to the player he/she was guarding so he/she actually only had 2 NET points?!?!?! My son is 3rd generation of Panthers so I am so proud of Coach Mac’s success in his 1st year as head coach. Lesser talented teams, key players with injuries, bad refs, etc are ALL part of this game. There is no asterisk for a young lady training and playing hard just because their competition is subpar. Unfortunately, while all players may RECEIVE recognition from their team and/or school, not all of them DESERVE recognition. Somehow “Jane Doe didn’t play one second of the game but she sulked on the bench better than anyone I’ve seen this year, even refusing to join the huddle during timeouts!” just doesn’t make me want to visit this site. However, Miranda Jenkins’ AVERAGING 39.5 points, 10 rebounds(!!!!), 5 blocks (defense!!!), 4 assits (getting other involved in scoring), 2 steals (more D!) is the type of information that makes the average sports fan visit. AND I get to learn about other young ladies who I may not5 have heard of doing well in the playoffs. We all know there are other intagibles that make a complete player. Other than watching EVERY player at EVERY game and practice, how would you report that? How could you see ALL games? Stats don’t say it all but they do say something.

  • Jeff Jones said,


    If I may ask, when you state lesser competition, whom are you refering too?

  • Mr. Robertson said,

    We live a statistical base society where it shows what was accomplished and what was not. Normally behind that data is a great deal amount of work involved and the results are many times a reflection of such work. In the sports arena there is also a certain amount of skill set that allows for such productivity. The worst part comes when either a parent, coach or relative try and lie to a kid and have them to believe that they are on that level when they are not. PJ Hairston of Dudley was on a different level no matter what some other parent on the team may have thought. Stop with the competition thing when some other kids totally out perform whom you may want it to be. Many of these kids play AAU ball all across the country against some of the best all Spring and Summer long. College coaches get to see them perform and decide to offer them a scholarship or not. Some are fortunate to have more than one offer. Some are offered early on. Rankings and catering to a specific organization, AAU team or Highschool team has no merit at all. If you she were some kids have raised their level of play, wouldn’t it make more sense to say “They must have put in a lot of hard skill work”. The basket and court are still the same height and length. The statistical report will eventually show you how much you really worked or thought you worked invidually. If a kid have some more remaining highschool years of basketball, now is the time to really go to work to improve. “True Facts will never lie”.