2011 NCCA East-West Boys’ Basketball Final Score – West 100, East 93

Posted by Don Moore on July 19, 2011 at 9:40 am under High School | Read the First Comment

West All-Stars vs East All-Stars
07/18/11 8:30 pm
Greensboro, NC – Greensboro Coliseum

WEST ALL-STARS 100
EAST ALL-STARS 93

WEST ALL-STARS
SIMMONS, Jackson 7-15 5-6 19; BOWMAN, Miles 6-7 4-4 16; WILLIAMS, Terrence 3-18 7-10 14; STITT, Anthony 2-12 8-11 13; MOORE, Jacquise 4-11 2-2 12; BOYKINS, Devince 5-9 0-2 11; CANNON, John 2-6 1-1 6; ERVIN, Trey 1-2 1-2 4; MILLIKEN, James 1-7 0-0 3; FARMER, Antonio 1-3 0-0 2. Totals 32-90 28-38 100.

EAST ALL-STARS
SADDLER-MEE, Xavier 6-15 2-5 15; SPRUILL, Addison 6-16 0-2 14; LITTLE, Tyrece 5-9 3-6 13; WALKER, Marcus 5-9 2-2 12; BAZEMORE, WyKevin 4-7 3-4 11; JACKSON, Freddie 3-11 2-2 9; HARPER, Donta 3-14 1-4 7; PATTERSON, Glenn 2-6 0-0 6; JONES, Jordan 3-6 0-0 6; GIBSON, Bryson 0-7 0-0 0. Totals 37-100 13-25 93.

West All-Stars................   21   30   27   22  -  100
East All-Stars................   19   26   21   27  -   93

3-point goals–West All-Stars 8-24 (MOORE, Jacquise 2-5; ERVIN, Trey 1-1; CANNON, John 1-1; BOYKINS, Devince 1-3; STITT, Anthony 1-4; WILLIAMS, Terrence 1-4; MILLIKEN, James 1-5; FARMER, Antonio 0-1), East All-Stars 6-24 (SPRUILL, Addison 2-4; PATTERSON, Glenn 2-5; JACKSON, Freddie 1-4; SADDLER-MEE, Xavier 1-3; HARPER, Donta 0-4; GIBSON, Bryson 0-4).
Fouled out–West All-Stars-SIMMONS, Jackson, East All-Stars-HARPER, Donta.
Rebounds–West All-Stars 74 (SIMMONS, Jackson 15), East All-Stars 59 (LITTLE, Tyrece 15).
Assists–West All-Stars 14 (STITT, Anthony 3; BOYKINS, Devince 3), East All-Stars 6 (HARPER, Donta 3). Total fouls–West All-Stars 21, East All-Stars 26.
Technical fouls–West All-Stars-None, East All-Stars-None.
A-2680

Jackson Simmons (Smoky Mountain H.S.) of the West was named the game’s Most Valuable Player.


  • low talent on the floor said,

    The talent level on the floor was low last night. The private schools are having a major negative effect on the rosters of the public schools. I could name potentially 5 or more private schools that had better talent on the floor than either of the rosters that I saw at any point on the floor last night. These guys were missing a ton open 15 feet shots that my 11 year old would have hit a higher percentage. The players were athletic enough but their skill set was not very high. Most of the talent on the floor was going to D2 and low D1 basketball schools. 90% of the guys going to D1 programs were all in private schools this past school year. This trend clearly will not stop in the near future.

    In fact, I would suggest that within the next 2 years that well over 60% of the state and area best girls that are D1 players will be in a private school setting. The public school just cannot provide the setting, resouces or programs that these high caliber players and their parents are demanding these days. The days of seeing girls like a Paris Kea at Page are going away fast. You cannot name even 1 high D1 boys player left in Guilford Co that is playing in the public schools but you can name at least 10 in the private schools that will play D1 basketball.