Some of the Prime Time Conference Tournament Top Performances from the past

Posted by Press Release on February 18, 2013 at 11:01 am under High School | Read the First Comment

Its the time of the year when Prime Time players normally step their game up to another level. It happens at every level whether its Highschool, College or Pros. Prime Time players are not designated for any particular player in advance. It is earned through their play and productivity over time. It is not based on media hype or politics. During this time teams are done with a loss whether its conference play of state playoffs. If your team have not advanced either in the conference tournaments or the playoffs to some degree, do not discredit those players that have help their teams advance year in and year out and have been very productive. Below are players that have put up some amazing productivity and have helped their teams have a lot of post season success by winning conference championships or advancing beyond the first round of the State playoffs.

Conference Tournament Amazing Performances

1. Miranda Jenkins: Eastern Guilford: 37 points, 10 rebs win over Northern Guilford in Championship Game 56-52 (2ot) 2011
2. Autumn Carter: Rockingham County: 36 points,17 rebs win over Morehead in Conference Tournament game 51-43 2011
3. Miranda Jenkins: Eastern Guilford: 29 points, 4 rebs, 4 stls, 4 assts win over Burlington Williams Semifinal 49-38 2011
4. Dorian Mcinnis: Ragsdale: 28 points in 58-34 in 2009
5. Miranda Jenkins: Eastern Guilford: 25 points, 8 rebs, 7 assts in Championship win 73-63 over West Stokes 2009
. Zena Lovett: Southwest Guilford: 25 points, 5 assts, 5stls in 60-37 win 2011
Brandi Robinson: Smith: 25 pts in loss to Southeast Guilford 43-39 2013
6.Samantha Coffer: Northern Guilford: 24 points, 10 rebs in Championship win over Burlington Williams 53-42 2010
. Zena Lovett: Southwest Guilford: 24 points, 4 rebs in 61-43 win over Smith 2010
. Dorian Mcinnis: Ragsdale: 24 points, 3 rebs in win over Ashboro 55-47 2009
Tyisha Bridges: Southwest Guilford:24 points in 67-65 loss to Andrews 2006
Natasha Huntley: Eastern Guilford: 24points, 6rebs, 6assts in 66-48 win over West Stokes 2006
7. Paris Alston: Southeast Guilford: 23points, 8rebs in win over Trinity 59-42
Paris Alston: Southeast Guilford: 23 points in win over Eastern Randolph 81-46 2009
8. Samantha Coffer: Northern Guilford: 22 points in loss 56-52 (2ot) Championship game to Eastern Guilford 2011
Amanda Coffer: Northern Guilford: 22 points, 12 rebs in 75-32 win over Mcmichael 2011
Courtney Arrington: Ragsdale: 22 points in 55-47 win over Ashboro 2009
9. Samantha Coffer: Northern Guilford: 21pts in 57-42 win over Morehead 2010
Paris Kea: Page: 21 pts, 8 assts in 52-34 win in Semifinal win over Southeast Guilford 2013
10. Miranda Jenkins: Eastern Guilford: 20pts, 9rebs, 8assts in 66-49 win over Morehead 2011
Brandi Burrell: Northwest Guilford: 20 points in 47-44 win over Glenn: 2013
Amber Wall: Eastern Guilford: 20pts, 9rebs, 5assts in Championship win over Reidsville 56-51 2006
Samantha Coffer: Northern Guilford: 20pts 11 rebs in win over Western Alamance 2010
Brandi Burell: Northwest Guilford: 20 pts in 78-7 win over Highpoint Central 2013


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