Friday Night Scores – Round 1 – 12/16/11

Posted by Don Moore on December 16, 2011 at 10:26 pm under High School | 3 Comments to Read

North Raleigh Christian vs. High Point Christian Varsity Boys
HPCA 81 (10-0)
NRCA 42

HPCA 27 15 23 16
NRCA 6 9 14 13

HPCA: Diante Baldwin 5, Jackson Kent 9, Isiah Gill 6, Chuck Ogbodo 4, Michael Obacha 9, Stevie Williams 8, 5 assists, Rick Mack 17
Joey McLean 14, 4 steals, Dillon Roser 2, Andrew Shoemaker 4, Connor Flater 3.

NRCA: Tyler Seymour 9, Steven Workman 2, James Wilson 1, Trey Parham 5, Myles Henderson 10, Phillip Haynes 15.

HPCA will play at home tomorrow vs Christ School at 5:30


High Point Christian will play host to Christ School tomorrow, Saturday 12/17.
JV Boys vs Vandalia @ 3
VARSITY BOYS vs Christ School @ 530
HPCA will be collecting toys for Toys For Tots at tomorrow’s game. The goal is to collect 200 toys.


The Dunk Heard Round The World: NW @ SW

It was a special night here at the Ranch as the Jim Coggins Gymnasium made its debut as the Vikings of Northwest made the short trip to battle the Cowboys of Southwest. The emotions ran high, as Jordan Hanner hit the first bucket in the gym to start it out 3-0. But the Vikings didn’t feel any sympathy as they went bucket for bucket and executed well and held a 17-15 edge after the first. The Vikings continued their strong play and had a firm grip on the game, but only managed to hold a slim 29-28 lead at the break. The Cowboys came out motivated to not go down without a fight. They scored the first basket of the second half and the Vikings were quick to respond with a free throw of their own. The teams traded one more basket each, and then it happened. In transition Braxton Daye of the Cowboys threw down a thunderous dunk over a Viking defender that shook the gymnasium. It was only 2 points but the entire game changed. This sparked the remainder of the quarter as the pressure of the Cowboys helped them race away to a 56-39 lead after the third. The fourth quarter had the sharp shooting Vikings stay within reason for a few minutes, but the Cowboys were just took much as they cruised to a 78-56 conference victory. The Vikings were lead by Hunter Clary’s 22 points. The Cowboys were lead by Brandon Clyburn (21), Jordan Hanner (18), Terrell Leach (16), and Braxton Daye (13).

                  1st   2nd   3rd   4th    Final
   Northwest      15    12    10    17     56
   Southwest      17    13    28    22     78

Northwest: Hunter Clary 22, Cody Hylton 11, Ryan Doerr 6, Drew Coble 5, Josh Beitz 5, Anthony Harding 3, Keaton Haack 4.

Southwest (6-1): Terrell Leach 16, Herbie Bridges 5, Jordan Hanner 18, Brandon Clyborn 21, Braxton Daye 13, Quincy Williams 2, KJ Langley 1, Saxton Cotton 2.

Please arrive early- a large crowd is expected.
*All games played at HPCA (corner of Phillips Avenue and Rotary Drive)


   SOUTHWEST GUILFORD  15  13  28  22
   NORTHWEST GUILFORD  17  12  10  17

NORTHWEST GUILFORD 3-4; 1-1: Hunter Clary 22; Cody Hylton 11; Ryan Doerr 6; Josh Beitz 5; Drew Coble 5; Keaton Haack 4; Anthony Harding 3

SOUTHWEST GUILFORD n/a; 2-0: B. Clyburn 21; J. Hanner 18; T. Leach 16; B. Daye 13; H. Bridges 5; S. Cotton 2; Q. Williams 2; KJ Langley 1

GAME NOTES:
-Northwest controled the tempo of the 1st half to the tune of a 29-28 lead at the half, but made some poor decisions &
allowed a faster tempo during the decisive 3rd quarter that led to a major spurt by Southwest in route to a Cowboy victory.
-B. Clyburn led Southwest with 21 points and J. Hanner and T. Leach scored 18 & 16 points respectively.
-Hunter Clary led Northwest with 22 points.


  • any scores said,

    Does anyone have the girls SW vs NW or the Smith game results?

  • Cowgirl/Raider Parent said,

    SW girls won over NW 44-36

  • Andy Durham said,

    We’ve got them under our post more high school scores….SWG girls took two from NWG at Southwest and Smith took two from Western Guilford at Western….44-42 boys and 64-40 girls with Smith winning…..