Page at Smith tomorrow night(Tuesday) might be a real tight game

Posted by Andy Durham on December 19, 2011 at 10:46 pm under High School | 8 Comments to Read

Over the last four games that the Greensborosports.com crew has gone to, three of them have been very tight….

Last Thursday at Northeast Guilford……Northern over NEG boys, 56-54….
Last Saturday at Northwest Guilford……Northern over NWG boys, by six….Tight back and forth game throughout…..

Tonight(Monday) at Western Guilford…..High Point Central got their first win of the season as they defeated WG in OT(85-82)…..

I’m just saying that one of those games tomorrow night(Tuesday) with the Page and Smith girls, or the Smith and Page boys, is going to be very tight…..I have a feeling or fever or something like that……

“I’m just saying”……


  • Prediction said,

    Here is my predictioin for both of these games with scores:
    Girls – Winner Page 52 over Smith 48
    Boys – Winner Smith 64 over Page 55

  • The Real Deal said,

    You have gotta be drunk!! Smith Girls will slap page by no less than 15. Now the boys game should be a little tighter

  • Falcon said,

    The REAL game will be the girls game at Dudley vs SEG. This one will go down to the end unless one of them gets in foul trouble.

  • Page Land said,

    Smith boys and girls get ready for “THE BEAT DOWN”

  • Smith said,

    Page Land I hope you come to Smith tonight so you can see who gets beat down. O unless you bring the Ref’s with you like normal.

  • Page Pirates said,

    Real Deal

    You must be drinking or something! Coach Jones and Coach B will have the girls ready and the Red Sea will be in full effect. Best player in area plays for Page. Look for Kayla to put someone on major lock down.

  • L SMITH said,

    We beat Page last year for the conf title in a very close game…I’m expecting the same tonight…GO EAGLES!

  • regap said,

    Page takes 2 from Smith.. Mens team moves to 6-1. What happened to Smith winning both? nonexistent.

    By the way, Page won the regular season conference title last year, and Smith won the tourney.