Greensboro Day School Student Tamera Thorpe Breaks GDS Record Tonight

Posted by Press Release on December 19, 2014 at 9:23 pm under High School | 3 Comments to Read

Tamera Thorpe, a senior on Greensboro Day School’s Varsity Girls basketball team has broken the GDS girls’ career scoring record of 1809 points, previously held by Kelly Robbins ’01. Thorpe surpassed this record by reaching 1,810 points at the game against Dudley High School. The game is still in progress.

Thorpe is playing her fourth season of varsity basketball and is a NCISAA 3A All-State player for the past two seasons. She currently holds school records for points scored in a game (38); field goals made in a game (14); free throws made in a game (14); 3-point shots in a game (5); as well as the Girls’ Single Season record for points scored in a season with 568 and for career 3-point field goals made.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Dudley defeated GDS 59 to 51.


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  • correction said,

    Field goals made in a game is “14” not “4”.

  • Andy Durham said,

    I thought something didn’t add up here when I saw those numbers earlier…Thanks for psssing the 14 instead of 4 FG’s along and it has been corrected….