Game Report on Eastern Guilford boys at Southwest Guilford:Coach Vlaz says it’s a New Year and time to “Keep it in ‘The Corral’!”

Posted by Andy Durham on January 3, 2014 at 10:52 pm under High School | Comments are off for this article

Courtesy of SWG Cowboy men’s assistant basketball Greg Vlazny:

The Cowboys of Southwest Guilford opened up the new calendar year by facing off against the Wildcats of Eastern Guilford. The Wildcats are coming in off a victory of Riverside, while the Cowboys are coming off a Sheetz Holiday Classic Championship victory over High Point Central.

The game opened up with a Cowboy 6-0 spurt, a Wildcat basket, followed by another quick 6-0 spurt, putting the game at 12-2, and then took a 16-5 advantage after the first.

The second quarter was some more Cowboy runs as the lead got pushed to 23-7. From there the teams traded baskets for several posessions, and then a quick spurt by the Wildcats cut the lead to 29-19 at the 3:09 mark. Southwest was able to respond with another run of their own and then took a 36-24 lead headed into the break.

The second half started with another Cowboy 7-0 run putting it out to 43-22. Southwest controlled the tempo and momentum for the bulk of the quarter and held a 55-34 lead headed into the final stanza.

The fourth quarter was a furious attempt by the Wildcats to claw their way back into the game. Following a 7-0 run by the visitors, Eastern had gotten it back to 58-43, by the 4:35 mark; then 58-48 by the 3:30 mark. The scoring stalled then for both teams until finally consecutive Cowboy baskets gave control back to Southwest at 62-48. Southwest held on for the 67-50 home victory.

Eastern Guilford was led by Ronardo Goodman with 16. Southwest was led by Kaymon Mitchell with 14, 11 Reb, 5 Ast, Kam Langley with 12, 8 Asts, 4 Stls, and Tyliek Brister with 11, 4 Reb.

The Cowboys move to 9-3 and head over to face Wheatmore on Monday night.

                 1st  2nd  3rd  4th  Final
   Eastern       05   17   12   16    50
   Southwest     16   20   19   22    67

Eastern (8-5)
Quayson Williams 2
Caleb Robinson 2
Andrew Robinson 11
Yazid Laury 5
Tre McLean 7
Terrell Pickett 6
Ronardo Goodman 16
Rontrell Goodman 1

Southwest (9-3)
Tyliek Brister 11, 4 Reb
Andrew Bullock 3
KJ Langley 6, 2 Reb, 3 Stl
Ben Ferguson 9, 5 Reb
Austen Zente 2 Reb, 2 Ast
DJ Chamblee 3
Kam Langley 12
Cedric Morgan 3
Arjun Patel 6, 4 Reb, 2 Ast
Kaymon Mitchell 14


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