Game Reports on Western Guilford-Ragsdale boys basketball tonight

Posted by Press Release on December 11, 2013 at 10:32 pm under High School | Comments are off for this article

Ragsdale 56, Western Guilford 47…Courtesy of Brandon Mullis with Ragsdale High School Basketball…

Here is the score for tonight’s Western Guilford HS at Ragsdale HS Varsity Boy’s game.

   Western Guilford    5  14   7  21 - 47
   Ragsdale           17  19  16   4 - 56

Ragsdale held the lead throughout the game, with as large a lead as 26 points late in the 3rd quarter before the Hornets made a small comeback to bring the final margin to 9 points.

Western Guilford drops to 3-3 overall. Ragsdale improves to 5-1 overall.

WESTERN GUILFORD (3-3):
Carmoni Marks – 13 points
Taveon Machen – 12
Kaleel Walton – 9
Ce’Darius Dockery – 4
Michael Scott – 4
Styles Freeman – 3
Jackson Whitley – 2

RAGSDALE (5-1):
James Stepp – 22 points, 4 assists, 3 rebounds
Daniel Kanakanui- 17 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assists
Malcolm Burke – 6 points
Keenen Baker – 5 points
TJ Parker – 4 points, 5 assists
Tevin Quick – 2 points

Ragsdale next plays Friday 12/13/13 at home against Southeast Guilford HS.

Courtesy of Coach Michael McDuffie with Western Guilford Basketball

   Western       5    14    7     21      47     
   Ragsdale     17    17   16      4      56

Western
Carmoni Marks 13pts
Taveon Machen 12pts
Kaleel Walton 9pts
Michael Scott 4pts
Ce’Darius Dockery 4pts
Styles Freeman 3pts

Ragsdale
J. Stepp 22pts
D. Kanakandi 16pts
T. Quick 2pts
T. Parker 4pts
K. Baker 5pts
M. Burke 7pts

Boys
Ragsdale – 56
Western Guilford – 47

Ragsdale was at home and avenged their lone defeat by knocking off Western Guilford. Ragsdale was up 36 – 19 at the half and expanded the lead to 52 – 36 after three. They then went into a delay and substituted as they only scored 4 points in the 4th while Western got hot and scored 21 in the final eight minutes.

Ragsdale was led by James Stepp with 22 points, 18 of them coming in the first half. Daniel Kanakanui had 17 poinrs and 10 rebounds.
Western was led byCarmoni Marks wit 13 points and Tarvon Machen with 12.

from Mike Ellis at the Jamestown News:
Girls
Ragsdale – 69
Western Guilford – 46

Ragsdale was up by 8 at the half then blew the game open in the third outscorong the Hornets 21 – 5. The Tigers had 5 players in double figures. Destiny McCullough 15, Zaria Rawlinson 12, mikayla Pettyjohn 11, Godwin Dooley 10 and Jordan Quick 10.

Western was led by Ivana Davis with 13.

Boys
Ragsdale – 56
Western Guilford – 47

Ragsdale was at home and avenged their lone defeat by knocking off Western Guilford. Ragsdale was up 36 – 19 at the half and expanded the lead to 52 – 36 after three. They then went into a delay and substituted as they only scored 4 points in the 4th while Western got hot and scored 21 in the final eight minutes.

Ragsdale was led by James Stepp with 22 points, 18 of them coming in the first half. Daniel Kanakanui had 17 poinrs and 10 rebounds.
Western was led byCarmoni Marks wit 13 points and Tarvon Machen with 12.

Girls
Ragsdale – 69
Western Guilford – 46

Ragsdale was up by 8 at the half then blew the game open in the third outscorong the Hornets 21 – 5. The Tigers had 5 players in double figures. Destiny McCullough 15, Zaria Rawlinson 12, mikayla Pettyjohn 11, Godwin Dooley 10 and Jordan Quick 10.

Western was led by Ivana Davis with 13.


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