More HS Hoops Scores from last night(1/10/12)

Posted by Andy Durham on January 11, 2012 at 10:20 am under High School | 3 Comments to Read

BOYS
Eastern Guilford 53
Eastern Alamance 43

EG(7-7) and a big win as EA had beaten NG earlier in the season and this is very big for the Eastern Guilford Wildcats today to claim this win last night for their team and for first-year head coach Joe Spinks’ program….Charles Beard with 18 points to lead ‘Cats…

North Forsyth 58
Southern Guilford 47

NF Vikings(13-2/2-0) will be tough competition for Northeast Guilford in the Mid-Piedmont 3-A Conference, along with Asheboro…

New Garden Friends School 97
Greensboro Home Educators 77

NGFS had Kanayo Obi-Rapu with 28 points, Keemon Ingram had 23 and Nolan Morganstern had 20pts….Record should be right at (14-6)…

Mount Airy 63
Bishop McGuinness 60
(OT)
Christian Sexton with 16 points, Kevin Weckworth with 15 and Trey Tatum with 13pts led Bishop….Bishop stands at (10-5) overall…

GIRLS
Southwest Guilford 57
East Forsyth 35

SWG(12-4/5-0)…Zena Lovette with 14 pts., Jessica Pone with 12 and Shanel Lawrence with 11 points topped the Cowgirls….
Southern Guilford 59
North Forsyth 25

Hailey Chandler with 20pts and Jasmine Harper with 11 led SG, now (1-1) in conference…

Eastern Alamance 55
Eastern Guilford 45

Karima Jackson with 21 for EG, now (7-7/3-3)

Northwest Guilford 70
WS Parkland 17

NWG(7-8) and led by senior Natalie Harper with 17 pts. and Carrie Shropshire contributed 11….

Forsyth Country Day 50
High Point Christian 49

Riffe with 18 and Bannister with 12 paced HPCA…

Westchester Country Day 62
Caldwell Academy 54
(OT)
Kadlecek and Ricard led Caldwell with 21 points each..Purvis had 21 for WCD, with Ingram and Rice adding 18 and 15 respectivley…

Mount Airy 47
Bishop McGuinness 43

Julia Brown with 10 for Bishop…BM now (12-3/5-2)

Calvary Baptist 42
Wesleyan 39

WCA led by Atkinson with 19 points and Willard with 10…


  • EG Fan said,

    Great Job Wildcats. The students and players seemed fired up last night! Awesome Game

  • GHS Ed Dad said,

    I love this site. My kid’s team played New Garden last night.I was very proud that our kids shook off their nervousness and came back to tie the game against a very skilled team. New Garden is the “runningest”: team we have faced in the three years my son has played for Greensboro Home School. Obi Rapu was everything we thought he’d be (good and bad). He is a scoring machine that sometimes turns the ball over. His upside is that he is young and has plenty of time to correct any problems. Our scouting report on Nolan Morganstern was correct as well. We didn’t see any bad attitude but we did see his ability to shoot long and mid-range jumpers. The surprise was Keemon Ingram. His latest stats indicate that he shoots threes. However, no one said anything about him crashing off and def boards, assists, getting to the free throw line, and moving without the ball. We saw him set up and wait for the kick out at Caldwell but this kid was every where last night. Then he played tough defense every single time we brought the ball upcourt! Every time! This is the way I was taught to play: to be responsible for your man and then help – not let your man go and ask for help. It is fun to see two teams with good players going at it and taking each other’s punches. Even though we ran out of gas at the end, I really enjoyed seeing some up and coming players showcasing their talents.

  • NGFS Family said,

    Thanks GHS Dad for you kind comments. Your team is gritty, well disciplined, and doesn’t seem to mind running with uptempo teams. Our younger team members have a great skill set at their age. They also perform very well in the classroom. Keemon’s threes were not falling but he was smiling after the game saying it felt good to get a double double (23 points 10 rebounds) without hitting a three, We are building great student-athletes as well as our athletic program. Good luck to all teams this season.