Tuesday Tornadoes Scorers Evades Local Area

Posted by Andy Durham on December 7, 2011 at 11:49 am under High School | 3 Comments to Read

Special to Greensborosports.com:

Girls

1. Brittany Clency: Western Guilford: 26 pts: Don’t know if staying in games in
68-12 blow outs helps cause
2. Amanada Coffer: Northern Guilford: 23 pts: good outing but needs to be consistent
against tougher foes
3.Kenya Hailey: Southeast Guilford: 21 pts: doing an excellent job and continues to
improve
4. Jannina Joidumen: Thomasville Prep: 20 pts: off to better start with out Gibson
Imani Atkinson: Wesleyan: 20 pts.
5. Myra Henderson: Southern Guilford: 18 pts: good game
Jessica Jackson: HP Christian: 18 pts: for a second I thought it was Jesse Jackson
6. Sarah Beal: Thomasville Prep: 17 pts: doing an excellent job at the point
7. Sammi Goldsmith: Bishop Mcguniess: 16 pts: off to good start
Aloni Mcfarland: Southern Guilford: 16 pts: added scoring punch in win
8. Hadara Bannister: High Point Christian: 15 pts: let the eagles fly
9. Aliyah Grinage: Northern Guilford: 14 pts: will be one of the best forwards in
the area next year
Kathryn Cox: HP Christian: 14 pts: tough trio with Bannister and Jackson
10.Tamera Thorpe: Greensboro Day: 13 pts: got to produce more against formidable
opponents to be considered elite

Boys 20 POINT PRODUCERS

1. Malik Wright: Southeast Guilford: 31 pts: Mister Lights Out!
2. Patrick Chandler: Northern Guilford: 23 pts: welcomes the boys football champs back in style
3. Frankie Eaves: Page: 21 pts: establishing himself as one of the areas best and
colleges waiting


  • Danny Shutt said,

    Way to go Jessica Jackson!!!
    Jessica signed with Pfeiffer University to play softball next season. Who knows maybe we could see her on the court too.

  • wesleyan said,

    Imani Atkinson had 20 pts for Wesleyan…actually had a triple double with pts, rebounds and steals

  • I was there said,

    Clency hardly played last night. Their coach allowed all subs to play. Hornets deffense was impressive!