Looking back on girls’ NCHSAA Playoff Numbers

Posted by Administrator on February 25, 2013 at 11:48 am under High School | Comments are off for this article

PRIME TIME STATE PLAYOFF GIRLS PLAYERS

The local area has had some very impressive players whom have produced at a very high level over time and have been one of the main reasons as to why their teams have advanced in the playoffs year in and year out. It shows a high level of focus,skill set and determination to lead by their work ethic. As the playoffs move forward this year, more players will be added as the performance matches the previous high level of performances from the past. The local area should be proud of the young players that have set the mark.

1. Miranda Jenkins: Eastern Guilford: 41 pts, 7 rebs, 6 stls, 4 asst, 6 blks in loss to Western Harnett (ot)71-60 in overtime:2011
2. Miranda Jenkins: Eastern Guilford: 38 pts,14 rebs, 4 blks in 54-42 win over Orange: 2011
3. Miranda Jenkins: Eastern Guilford: 33 pts,8 rebs, 8 assts,4 stls in 81-73 (2ot) win over Goldsboro :2008
Trumae Lucas: Grimsley: 33 pts, 3 assts, 4 rebs in Championship loss 69-64 to Southview: 2007
4. Samantha Coffer: Northern Guilford: 31 pts, 10 rebs in win 70-42 over Oxford Webb:2011
Capricia Small: Eastern Guilford: 31 pts, 5 rebs, 4 stls in 80-52 win over Norwood: 2010
5. Zena Lovett: Southwest Guilford: 30 pts, 7 rebs, 5 stls in 74-53 win over East Rowan:2009
Lashonda Anderson: Eastern Guilford: 30 pts, 20 rebs in 90-69 Sectional Championship to Graham: 2008
6. Brittany Clency: Western Guilford: 29 pts, 5 rebs, 3 assts in win over Oxford Webb: 2010
Zena Lovett: Southwest Guilford: 29 pts, 6 rebs in 66-52 win over West Forsyth: 2011
Natasha Huntley: Eastern Guilford: 29 pts, 5 ebs, 4 stls in loss to Whiteville: 2005
Krystal Moore: Rockingham: 29 pts, 4 rebs, stls in 58-50 win over Eastern Alamance:2009
Aliyah Grinage: Northern Guilford: 29 pts, 10 rebs in 60-42 win over Overhills: 2012
7. Samantha Coffer: Northern Guilford: 28 pts,15 rebs in win over Ashboro 64-49: 2011
8. Miranda Jenkins: Eastern Guilford: 27 pts, 8 rebs, 6 assts, 6 blks in win 64-62 over Halifax: 2008
9. Megan Buckland: Bishop Mcguiness: 26 pts, 4 rebs, 3assts in 56-25 win over Highland Tech: 2011
Megan Buckland: Bishop Mcguiness: 26 pts in64-57 win over Rivermill in Sectional final: 2011
Trumae Lucas: Grimsley: 26 pts, 3 assts, 4 rebs in 58-51 West final win over West Charlotte: 2007
Samantha Coffer: Northern Guilford: 26 pts, 8 rebs in 68-40 win over East Wayne: 2010
Alyssa Munson: Northwest Guilford: 26 pts, 14 rebs in 73-52 win over Myers Park: 2011
10. Helen Terry: Dudley: 25 pts, 3 assts, 4 stls in 81-50 win over Overhill: 2010
Zena Lovett: Southwest Guilford: 25 pts, 6 rebs in 61-41 win over North Davidson: 2012
11, Miranda Jenkins: Eastern Guilford: 24 pts, 5 rebs, 7 asst in 80-52 win over Northwood: 2010
Zena Lovett: Southwest Guilford: 24 pts, 6 rebs in 61-43 win over Ben L Smith: 2010
12. Miranda Jenkins: Eastern Guilford: 23 pts, 9 rebs in 61-56 Sectional Championship loss to Graham: 2009
Breonna Patterson: Dudley:23 pts, 2 assts, 3 stls in 60-58 win over Forrestview: 2009
Natasha Huntley: 23 pts, 6 rebs, 3 assts in 65-53 loss to Bunn: 2007
13. Tyisha Bidges: Southwest Guilford: 22 pts, 4 rebs in 58-52 win over West Rowan: 2007
14. Miranda Jenkins: Eastern Guilford: 21 pts, 9 rebs, 7 assts, 6 stls, 4 blks in win 66-57 over Western Harnett: 2010
Megan Buckland: Bishop Mcguiness: 21 pts in 79-21 win over Bessemer City: 2010
Jessica Pone: Southwest Guilford: 21 pts, 5 rebs, 2 stls in 66-52 win over West Forsyth: 2011
Ayshia Mcneil: Southeast Guilford: 21 pts, 5 rebs in 43-35 loss to West Forsyth: 2011
Tyisha Bridges: Southwest Guilford: 21 pts, 6 rebs, 2 ssts in 43-40 win over Sun Valley: 2008
Tyisha Bridges: Southwest Guilford: 21 pts, 4 rebs in 55-45 loss to Southeast Guilford: 2008
15. Zena Lovett: Southwest Guilford: 20 pts in 73-45 win over Davie County: 2011
Zeana Lovett: Southwest Guilford: 20 pts, 7 rebs in 62-51 win over Page:2010
Paris Kea: Page: 20 pts in 54-30 win over Audrey Kell: 2011
Caitlyn Harrison: Ragsdale: 20 pts in loss 52-38 to Reynolds. 2011

Playoff top averages are based on playing at least two games or more. In averaging numbers, the more games a player plays the greater the chance of having a lower average. This average in based on players scoring at least 20 or more points during crunch time. If the conference tournament numbers or games are less than 20 points and are included, then a players average could fall significantly.

Top averages are based on using just the 20 point or more production in State playoff games and does not include those games that a player may have scored less than 20 points:

1. Miranda Jenkins: Eastern Guilford: 29.6 ppg in 7 games of 20 or more points: 207 total points
2. Trumae Lucas: Grimsley: 29.5 ppg in 2 games of 20 or more points: 50 total points
3. Samantha Coffer: Northern Guilford: 28.3 ppg in 3 games of 20 or more points: 85 total points
4. Natsaha Huntley: Eastern Guilford: 26 ppg in 2 games of 20 or more points: 52 total points
5. Zena Lovett: Southwest Guilford: 24.6 ppg in 6 games of 20 or more points: 148 total points
6. Megan Buckland. Bishop Mcguiness: 24.3 ppg in 3 games of 20 or more points; 73 total points
7. Tyisha Bridges: Southwest Guilford: 21.3 ppg in 3 games of 20 or more points: 64 total points

Top Guilford County career overall average including all games lower than 20 points:

1. Miranda Jenkins:Eastern Guilford: 24.5 ppg is Guilford County career playoff average leader in 11 games 2008-2011


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