Game Report & Pictures: Northwest Guilford vs Page Boys Basketball

Posted by Don Moore on December 5, 2014 at 11:14 pm under High School, Photos | 2 Comments to Read

NORTHWEST GUILFORD – 77
PAGE – 65

GAME NOTES:
–Northwest Guilford applied constant pressure throughout the game and forced the Page Pirates to succumb to the tune of a 77-65 victory. The Vikings raced to a 23-13 lead in the first quarter and withstood a furious run from the Pirates as they cut the lead to 39-38 at the half.
–Jaylen Gore led a balanced Northwest attack with 18 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists. Sam Covington scored 16 points while Jalen Spicer contributed 12 points and 8 assists. Kevin Henry chipped in with 11 points 3 steals and 3 rebounds.
–Trey Turner also added 7 points while pulling down 8 huge rebounds to go with 4 steals for the Vikings. Thomas Hennigan also had 6 points, 7 rebounds, and 3 steals.
–Diondre Overton and Jalen Seagraves paced the Pirates with 17 and 12 points respectively.

                         1st  2nd  3rd  4th Final 
NORTHWEST GUILFORD       23   16   19   19   77
PAGE PIRATES             13   25   10   17   65

NORTHWEST GUILFORD 4-0; 0-0: Jaylen Gore 18; Sam Covington 16; Jalen Spicer 12; Kevin Henry 11; Tre Turner 7; Thomas Hennigan 6; Reggie Davis 4; Riley Edwards 3

PAGE PIRATES 2-3; 0-0: Diondrea Overton 17, Jalen Seagraves 12; Melton Tyereh 10; Bryant McGowan 10; David Funderburg 8; Brandon Talton 6;Will Jones 2

Submitted by: Northwest Coaching Staff

Pictures from the Girls and Boys Games by Andy Gore.
Click on any photo for a larger version or to see a slide show.


  • Teddy Roe said,

    Why isn’t Xavier Hill-Mais playing yet? The team needs him dearly. If this were another school w/ more marginalized players, a player of his caliber sitting in street clothes would make the front page news; lastly, Hill-Mais is a victim of coaches’ negligent attitudes and behaviors about certain hued athletes.

  • guard changes hurting Page said,

    It is unfortunate that Page has lost its 2 best guards. Every team needs a solid point guard. Page actually lost its best 3 guards from the previous year (1 to graduation and 2 due to transfers). I just wonder if either of the 2 transferring guards will actually get better college offers than what both of them may have gotten otherwise. I would be great if someone could do a story on these type of decisions which we often never hear about after kids leave their original assigned schools.