Game Report: Northwest Guilford vs Community Baptist Boys Basketball

Posted by Press Release on December 10, 2013 at 6:31 am under High School | 3 Comments to Read

                      1st  2nd  3rd  4th  Final
   COMMUNITY BAPTIST  18   13   06   02  -  39
   NORTHWEST GUILFORD 34   37   26   15  - 112

COMMUNITY BAPTIST 6-2; 0-0: S. Brooks 21; C. Singleton 9; W. Duke 5; J. Hearn 4.

NORTHWEST GUILFORD 5-0; 0-0: Nick Powell 28; Colson Everett 15; Hampton Billips 13; Jalen Spicer 10; Kevin Henry 8; Drew Harper 8; Sam Covington 7; Nick Yocum 6; Jaylen Gore 6; Tim Kilpatrick 5; Kris Keefer 4; David Everest 2.

GAME NOTES:
–Northwest Guilford jumped on visiting Community Baptist early and cruised to a 112-39 victory. Northwest was able to amass 29 assists on their 45 made field goals for the game.
–The Vikings placed 4 players in double-figures: Nick Powell 28, Colson Everett 15, Hampton Billips 13, and Jalen Spicer 10.
–S. Brooks led Community Baptist with 21 points.

Submitted by: Northwest Coaching Staff


  • Sad said,

    Northwest boys dropped Page off the schedule and picked up a church league team. How embarrassing. I wonder what they learned about themselves from that game. Competition teaches you where you stand and what you need to improve on. Slaughtering a terrible team is a waste of time unless you get excited about breaking 100 points and padding your player’s stats.

  • Sadly said,

    Page has a 5 star recruiting class this year, it’s better than UNC.

  • Sad said,

    I’d rather play them and see how good I am than a bad team that doesn’t challenge me. I guess it is a difference in philosophies. If you want to be good you have to play against good teams no matter where they got their players from. I guess some teams would rather have a good record than compete against good teams.