Quick links to last night’s high school basketball games

Posted by Andy Durham on February 28, 2013 at 10:39 am under High School | 4 Comments to Read

CLICK HERE for the win by the Statesville Greyhounds, 93-63 over North Forsyth, last night and Statesville led by Jaquan Warren’s 31 points, will be at Northeast Guilford to face the Rams, in NCHSAA Round Three action on Friday night…From the Statesville Landmark and Record….
CLICK HERE for the link to Mason Linker at the Winston-Journal on the West Forsyth girls win over Mount Tabor in Round Two, in Overtime…Page vs. West Forsyth up next at Page.
CLICK HERE for link to WS Reagan win over Southwest Guilford from Steve Hanf, formerly with the High Point Enterprise and now special correspondent for the for the Winston-Salem Journal….
CLICK HERE for the report on the Eastern Alamance girls win over Burligton Williams last night, from the Burlington Times-News….Eastern Alamance at Northern Guilford to face the Lady Nighthawks, in Round Three/Sectional Finals on Friday night…
CLICK HERE for the win by Fayetteville Westover as they eliminated the Northern Guilford boys last night….From the Fayetteville Observer….
CLICK HERE for the win by the East Davidson girls as they stopped High Point Andrews Wednesday night….From the High Point Enterprise and Michael Lindsay….
CLICK HERE for the report on the Mount Tabor boys victory over Page last night….Deion Robinson with 33 points and 16 rebounds for the Spartans….Tough to stop and had 20 points in the first half…

from the Charlotte Observer on Myers Park over Southern Alamance last night and the Southeast Guilford Falcons have the (29-0) MP Mustangs up next….
MYERS PARK 57, SOUTHERN ALAMANCE 38
S. Alamance 8-10-13-7—38
Myers Park 19-7-17-14—57

SOUTHERN ALAMANCE 38—M.Allen 2, H.Boggs 7, S.Burnett 21, A.Kelly 6, D.Sykes 2.
MYERS PARK 57—A.Mazyck 17, DD.Rogers 11, T.Sistrunk 2, I.Timpton 6, S.Timpton 12, M.Uptegraff 5, EE. Wallace 4.

Read more at www.charlotteobserver.com/2013/02/27/3882791/prep-results-022713.html


  • ng said,

    First Team

    Amanda Coffer
    Alijah Grinage
    Paris Kea
    Imani Watkins
    Kenya Hailey

  • Tracy Burnett said,

    Congrats to the Lady Patriots on a successful season. Good luck to SE Guilford against Myers Park….keep them (myers park) off the boards,protect the ball and be prepared for the full court press. Very aggressive team,quick and long but they have a weak bench. Good luck to you and to the Page Pirates…bring it home to the Metro!

  • whatyousay said,

    Why would anyone from Guilford County put Coffer and Grinage on a first team……we saw them play once inside the city limits of Guilford County. When they play against us, we will vote for them……hard voting on kids you don’t see in non-conference or conference play.

  • Andy Durham said,

    Coffer and Grinage have done their jobs and they have done them very well…

    They don’t make out the schedules, they just go out and play the games and they play them well….

    The NCHSAA puts teams in their conferences and Northern and no other schools have any control over that….You have to play the teams in your conference and you have no control over what conference you are in…

    Only one loss this season for NG and they have done their jobs and congrats to all of the Lady Nighthawks…

    The nod would go to Coffer for First Team All-Guilford County…She has had a super career and she probably has been a part of more wins than any other player in NG girls history….

    No need to put down Coffer and Grinage, they are on their way and they will do fine at the next level….

    If players are working hard and they are doing their job and having success they you should talk them up and not put them down…..

    No sense in that…If you are a girls basketball, you need to stand behind all of our girls teams….

    Good job Amanda Coffer, Aliyah Grinage and all of the other Nighthawks and good luck in the game against Eastern Alamance on Friday night….

    We need to stick with all of our Guilford County teams that are still in the playoff hunt…..

    Time to band together and support the Guilford County teams…