Game Report on Southern Alamance girls win over Western Guilford tonight

Posted by Andy Durham on February 19, 2013 at 10:37 pm under High School | 2 Comments to Read

Game: Southern Alamance vs W Guilford CT 65:51
Feb 19, 2013…..[Courtesy of Shannon Lynch with Southern Alamance basketball…]

Southern Alamance 65
Western Guilford 51

Player
Alexus McGaugh 0 points
Hollie Boggs 18 points
Kelsey Durham 6 points
Taylor Blackwell 0 points
Chelsea Couturier 0 points
Carly Fuller 0 points
Moriah Rose 0 points
Kayli Parrish 2 points
Megan Allen 10 points
Makayla Roseboro 0 points
Shaylen Burnett 17 points
Darienne Sykes 8 points
April Kelly 4 points

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Score by quarters:

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
Southern Alamance 14 16 16 19 
W Guilford        17 11 7  16

Western Guilford Girl’s stats

Nadia Curry 2 pts
Karimah Dean 13 pts
Emily Langenfeld 8 points
Selena Lozada 10 pts
Ivana Davis 8pts
Myesha McGriff 3 pts
Deja Everett 9 pts

Though they lost this game, Western Guilford did not go down without a fight. Freshman point guard Nadia Curry stepped up after losing senior PG Letricia Smith to an injury earlier in the season, by leading her team with 11 assists and controling the pace of the game the entire first half. Another freshman Emily Langenfeld also showed what she was made of with 8 points (two 3-pointers and a short corner jump shot) as well as 2 steals. Adding to these stats are JR. Karimah Dean with 13 points and 11 rebounds, Jr. Deja Everett with 9 points and 9 rebounds, Jr. Ivana Davis with 8 points, 3 steals and 5 rebounds, and Sr. Selena Lozada with 10 points and 7 rebounds. Looks like the Hornets have a great group of returning players!!!! Go Hornets!!!!

(Courtesy of Western Guilford stats)….


  • Western Stat Keeper said,

    I would like to update this article to include the Western Guilford Girl’s stats. Though they lost this game, they did not go down without a fight. Freshman point guard Nadia Curry stepped up after losing senior PG Letricia Smith to an injury earlier in the season, by leading her team with 11 assists and controling the pace of the game the entire first half. Another freshman Emily Langenfeld also showed what she was made of with 8 points (two 3-pointers and a short corner jump shot) as well as 2 steals. Adding to these stats are JR. Karimah Dean with 13 points and 11 rebounds, Jr. Deja Everett with 9 points and 9 rebounds, Jr. Ivana Davis with 8 points, 3 steals and 5 rebounds, and Sr. Selena Lozada with 10 points and 7 rebounds. Looks like the Hornets have a great group of returning players!!!! Go Hornets!!!!

    Nadia Curry 2 pts
    Karimah Dean 13 pts
    Emily Langenfeld 8 points
    Selena Lozada 10 pts
    Ivana Davis 8pts
    Myesha McGriff 3 pts
    Deja Everett 9 pts

  • Andy Durham said,

    Didn’t see a lot of Emily, but I did catch some of Curry in action and was very impressed…

    She is going to be a good one…