High School Hoops Report from Friday night

Posted by Andy Durham on November 10, 2012 at 8:47 pm under High School | 3 Comments to Read

Greensboro Day School 81
Mount Zion 47

Reggie Dillard with 15 for GDS…Reed Lucas added 12 for the Bengals and Byran Rouse was in for 10 points….JT Terry and others were there for support and I am wondering who will man the post this year/season for the Bengals…Looking ahead the Bengals are due to play United Faith up next, on Tuesday night…..
GDS now at (1-0) to open the 2012 season…..

Vandalia Christian 74
Calvary Christian 64

Houston Miller was hot for the Vikings with 25 points and 20 big rebounds….TC Daniels knocked down 24 for VCS….Vikings now at (2-0) on the season, after they opened with a win over 75-39 victory over Conway Academy on Thursday and that win, Miller had 16 points, Daniels had 12 and Ethan Willis pumped in 12 points for VCS…..

Westchester Country Day 75
O’Neal Academy 54

Josh Burton with 28 to pace WCD…..


  • Good Year Coming in Bball said,

    GDS does not have anyone that can play a true post position. Their starting point guard is nearly 6’8″ but he is not a post player. They are a dribble drive and jump shot team. A team with a good post presents (HPC or Christ School) or a team with good defensive guard play (WES) could beat GDS. This will be a very interesting year because all of the key teams (HPC, GDS, Christ School and WES) all have their specific strong points that are different from the other that makes each a major problem for each other. The state champion will come down to who can play their game and shut down what the other team wants to do. GDS will need more than Reggie and Reed with the ability to get 15-20 points on any given night. The new kid that transferred from Southern looks really good.

  • Andy Durham said,

    Who do they have manning the point for GDS? Is that Christian Hairston? He is probably the one in the 6’8 mode or frame…..I wish Brett Manning would have stayed in town and played for the Bengals and he could have been their point and just a little thinking out loud….

  • hoopscene said,

    HPCA’s depth and athleticism, not to mention their size will be a tough matchup for anyone. They have essentially everyone back. The one major piece they lost to App St, they ended up getting the Kobani kid in return. Add in Malik Wright from SE Guilford and the Phillips kid from Dudley and they are most likely a lot better than last year and that group was pretty good.