High Point Central tops Western Guilford boys/Hoke Co topples Andrews in OT/SWG boys past North Davidson with ‘Vlaz Report ‘

Posted by Andy Durham on December 26, 2013 at 11:56 pm under High School | Comments are off for this article

Coach McDuffie with Report on WG-HP Central

   Western Guilford     10  11   7  18 - 47
   High Point Central   17  13  10  14 - 54

Western Guilford
Carmoni Marks 4pts, 8rebs, 3assists
Taveon Machen 1point
Kaleel Walton 23pts, 6rebs
Michael Scott 7pts, 6rebs
Ce’Darius Dockery 2pts
Brock Wilhoit 4pts
Deshaun Taylor 6pts, 8rebs

High Point Central
Michael Seal 7pts
Ahmad Langham 5pts
Rahmon Barnes 1point
Juwan Foggie 10pts
Trevor Gray 7pts
Tucker Bryson 10pts
Tim Gorham 7pts
Patrick French 3pts

Hoke County – 91
High Point Andrews – 85

                       1st  2nd  3rd  4th  OT  Final
   High Point Andrews  10   21   23   24   07 - 85
   Hoke County         15   15   26   22   15 - 91

High Point Andrews: Zack Anderson 8, Xavier Davis 26, Barley Willis 2, Kevin Pressley 8, Dekwon Miller 3, Michael Salamlkis 3, Marquez Welch 16, Chris Eastmon 19.

Hoke County: Tyshad Ray 9, Octavious Williams 9, Jonathon Pickler 6, Wesley Baldwin 2, Keyshawn Willis 32, Dominique Love 9, John Maynor 21, Derius Capers 3

Submitted by Brindon J. Christman
Athletic Director
SW Guilford High School

84-61 with SWG boys over North Davidson….Coach Greg Vlazny….

The first day the Sheetz Holiday Classic closed with the Cowboys of Southwest hosting the Knights of North Davidson.

The game opened up and the Cowboys seemed to still be on Christmas holiday with their families. The opening frame was a sloppy back and forth with both teams trading baskets and neither team really playing under much control. The Cowboys managed to seize the lead in the final minute and took a 15-11 lead at the close of the frame.

The second quarter opened with a Cowboys basket, but it then went back and forth, with each team responding to one another’s runs. The lead eventually started to expand in favor of Southwest and took a 34-26 lead headed into the break.

The second half opened with 70 seconds that belonged to the Knights. They scored the first 5 points of the quarter making it 34-31. The Knights used some more Cowboy turnovers and turned them into points and cut the deficit to 38-37. That was to be the last momentum for North Davidson, as the Cowboys finally returned from opening Christmas presents, and used pressure defense to start pulling away from the Knights. Southwest’s swarming defense put them up 55-37 in a blink. A pair of free-throws finally broke up the run, but the damage was done. The frame ended at 58-40.

The Cowboys were able to take their feet off the gas and were able to hold off the Knights for a 84-61 victory over North Davidson.

The Knights were led by Brandon Easter with 21. Southwest was led by Kam Langley with 16, 4 Ast, 3 Rebs, 2 Stls, Ben Ferguson with 13, 5 Reb, DJ Chamblee with 11, 5 Asts, and Arjun Patel with 11, 3 Rebs, 3 Stls.

The Cowboys will face off against Thomasville tomorrow afternoon at 4:30pm.

   North Davidson      11   15   14   21 -  61
   Southwest Guilford  15   19   24   26 -  84

North Davidson (4-5)
Quindarius Cunningham 10
Brandon McCray 10
Cameron Easter 7
Brandon Easter 14
Nick Bryan 4
Nygil Dalton 4
Caleb Moore 5

Southwest Guilford (6-3)
Tyliek Brister 8, 2 Stls
Andrew Bullock 6, 4 Stls
Rick Mack 3, 2 Reb
KJ Langley 4 Ast
Ben Ferguson 13, 5 Reb
DJ Chamblee 11, 5 Ast
Orlando Smith 4
Kam Langley 16, 4 Ast, 3 Reb, 2 Stl
Cedric Morgan 6
Arjun Patel 11, 3 Reb, 3 Stl
Kaymon Mitchell 6, 2 Reb, 2 Ast
Tehron Durr 3 Stl

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