Tight one over in High Point with Greensboro Day boys topping High Point Christian:Caroline Spurr scores/hits point #1,000 for GDS girls

Posted by Andy Durham on February 10, 2014 at 8:02 pm under High School | 6 Comments to Read

Final:Vandalia Christian boys 61, Greensboro Home School 54
Final:Northeast Guilford boys 52, Western Alamance 37
Final:Northeast Guilford girls 57, Western Alamance 31…Bonus shot:North Carolina women 89, Duke 78(Final)…
Final:
GDS 59, HPCA boys 58
(Both games combined this season were decided by a total of four points…Game one went GDS 67, HPCA 64)…

Final:
GDS 59 HPCA girls 32 final
*****Caroline Spurr hits the 1,000th point of her GDS Bengals’ career tonight vs. High Point Christian. Congrats to Caroline…*****
GDS women(27-2)/GDS men(26-4)…..HPCA men(20-5)….

Boys Box Score for GDS-HPCA:
High Point Christian 58
Greensboro Day School 59

HPCA 14  8  19 17
GDS 14 11 20 14>/pre>

HPCA (20-5, 6-3)
Joey McLean 23
AJ Phillip 7
Michael Provenzano 10
Malik Wright 8
Levi Gesell 6
Casey Penland 2
Ben Robertson 2

GDS
Bryan Rouse 13
Trevor Mayo 4
Darius Moore 8
Marquelle McIntyre 6
Paul Sprick 6
Marshall Macheledt 8
Peter Agba 14

Courtesy of Carson Cashwell with High Point Christian Academy


  • Eagle Dad said,

    Great boys game. I think HPCA’s biggest lead was probably 3 and GDS was up 6 several times and maybe 8 at one point. Joey McLean went over 1,000 points for his career at HPCA.

    It was tight down to the wire. I think it was tied at 55; GDS went up 57-55. Tied at 57, GDS went up 59-57. HPCA called time out with 20 seconds left and spread the floor for McLean. He got off a good look at about a 14 footer, but it rimmed out. GDS hit 2 free throws with 1.7 seconds left to go up by 4. McLean hit a long 3 at the buzzer for the final score.

    Great energy & effort by both teams. HPCA missed 9 free throws in the first half and was only marginally better in the 2nd. That killed them. They hit more 3s. GDS big guy – #42 – was tough, especially in the 2nd half and down the stretch. Great game.

    We are blessed to have the 3 best teams in the 3A league in the state right here in the Piedmont.

  • easy said,

    Easy to get 1,000 points at that school when you are a 4 year starter and play 35 games a year. Thats 140 games in 4 years. Thats more then JJ redick played at Duke…..

  • easy said,

    jj redick played 139 games in college at duke making deep ncaa tournament runs every year. GDS sure is lucky

  • Tom said,

    Don’t listen to easy. This girl can play and she really distributes the ball well. She has had a very good high school career and hopefully she will have continued success in college.

  • easy said,

    Never said she couldnt play. Public schools play 25 games max a year. GDS has already played 29 going on 30 tonight. With playoffs coming up. they get 40 more games in a career then public school therefore its easier to score 1000 points. Not knocking Caroline Spurr at all. Ive seen her play in the timco, shes a solid player. Just saying 1,000 points isnt what it was back in the 90s or 2000s.

  • close to the action said,

    @ easy.. Let me say up front I am not her dad, trainer or even close friend but you “sir” are an idiot! This is a kid that played on the only undefeated team to ever play at Kernodle. She has been a 4 year starter at GDS on teams only losing 11, 6, 5 and currently 2 games the entire year out of those 30-35 games per year. She may not be the type of player that demands a double team but I can assure you there isn’t a team in this state that would not put one of their better guards on her the entire game. While at GDS she has been the PG for teams featuring an average of 2 players per year graduating with offers from colleges in basketball (nearly 10 college basketball players during her time in this position). Few players in this area could play with and against this type of competition and get their 1000 pts and remain a solid producing guard. This young lady will run through a wall for her coach and her teammates. We should be in the business of uplifting kids in their moment of achieving. Great Job Spurr because you earned it !