Conference Standings here in the last week of the Regular Season for High School Basketball

Posted by Andy Durham on February 11, 2015 at 7:32 pm under High School | 7 Comments to Read

Metro 4-A Boys
Page has the regular season wrapped up….The battle is for second place with SA, Grimsley and Smith….SA at Page on Friday and Grimsley at Smith….

                   Conference   Overall
Page               9-0          17-5 
Southern Alamance  5-4          14-8 
Grimsley           5-4          12-8 
Ben L. Smith       5-4          12-11 
Dudley             3-6          9-12 
Southeast Guilford 0-9          0-22

Metro 4-A Conference Girls
Battle for the top spot girls with Dudley at Southeast Guilford on Friday night and SEG defeated Dudley at Dudley…..Both teams at (8-1)….

                           Conference    Overall 
Southeast Guilford         8-1		  18-4	
Dudley	                   8-1		  17-5	
Page	                   6-3		  12-10	
Southern Alamance	   4-5		  8-14	
Grimsley	           1-8		  6-14	
Ben L. Smith	           0-9		  5-16

Piedmont Triad 4-A Conference Boys
Southwest Guilford has wrapped it all up at for the regular season at (10-0)….


                          Conference    Overall
Southwest Guilford	  10-0		20-4	
Northwest Guilford	  7-2	        20-3	
East Forsyth	          5-4		14-8	
Ragsdale	          4-5		14-9	
Glenn	                  2-7		5-17	
High Point Central	  0-10		5-19

Piedmont Triad 4-A Conference Girls
The Northwest Guilford girls have it all going their way with one game to play and they sit at (9-0)….


                         Conference     Overall
Northwest Guilford	 9-0		23-0	
Southwest Guilford	 8-2		13-11	
Glenn	                 5-4		15-7	
East Forsyth	         3-5		7-10	
Ragsdale	         2-6		4-18	
High Point Central	 0-10		0-21

Mid-State 3-A Boys
Eastern Alamance has #1, Northern Guilford #2 and Eastern Guilford #3 heading into the conference tournament….


                        Conference     Overall
Eastern Alamance	15-1		20-4	
Northern Guilford	13-3		16-8	
Eastern Guilford	12-4		19-5	
Morehead	        9-7		13-10	
McMichael	        8-8		13-10	
Northeast Guilford	4-11	        5-16	
Williams	        4-11		4-17	
Western Alamance	4-12		7-15	
Rockingham County	2-14		6-18

Mid-State 3-A Girls
Northern Guilford claims first place in the regular season for the Mid-State 3-A….Eastern Guilford gets 4th and Northeast Guilford is up to 5th….


                        Conference      Overall
Northern Guilford	14-2		19-5	
Rockingham County	13-3		21-3	
Williams	        12-4		19-4	
Eastern Guilford	10-6		15-9	
Northeast Guilford	8-8		11-11	
Eastern Alamance	8-8		15-9	
Morehead	        5-11		10-13	
McMichael	        1-15	        2-21	
Western Alamance	1-15		3-19

Mid-Piedmont 3-A Boys
The Ledford boys have this all locked up….(At least that’s the way it looks.)


                       Conference      Overall
Ledford	               10-1		19-4	
Asheboro	        8-4		17-7	
North Forsyth	        7-4		12-10	
Central Davidson	5-6		7-14	
Southwestern Randolph	4-7		8-15	
Southern Guilford	4-7		7-15	
Western Guilford	1-10		4-18

Mid-Piedmont 3-A Girls
SW Randolph in great shape at the top and Ledford hanging in, plus Southern Guilford sits in 4th place…


                        Conference      Overall
Southwestern Randolph	11-0		22-1	
Ledford	                10-1		16-6	
Asheboro	        7-5	        14-10	
Southern Guilford	6-5		11-11	
North Forsyth	        3-8		5-16	
Central Davidson	2-9		5-16	
Western Guilford	0-11		0-21

PAC 6 2-A Boys
Randleman has stolen the show here….


                       Conference      Overall
Randleman	       9-0		20-2	
Trinity	               5-4		14-9	
Eastern Randolph       5-4		15-8	
T.W. Andrews	       4-5		7-14	
Wheatmore	       4-5		9-13	
Providence Grove       0-9		4-19

PAC 6 2-A Girls
Everything going the way of High Point Andrews on this one…


                      Conference       Overall
T.W. Andrews	      9-0	       20-3	
Trinity	              8-1	       12-10	
Wheatmore	      4-5	       7-14	
Eastern Randolph      3-6	       9-14	
Providence Grove      3-6	       7-16	
Randleman	      0-9	       1-21

Northwest 1-A Boys
Looks like a battle locked up with Mount Airy and WS Prep deadlocked for first place…


                     Conference        Overall
Mount Airy	     10-2	       17-5	
Winston-Salem Prep   10-2	       15-7	
East Surry	     7-3	       15-6	
Bishop McGuinness    6-5	       15-8	
North Stokes	     4-8	       11-12	
Atkins	             2-8	       2-20	
Walkertown	     0-11	       4-18

Northwest 1-A Girls
WS Prep very strong and Bishop out of the top loop for the first time in a few years….


                        Conference        Overall
Winston-Salem Prep	11-1		  18-3	
Atkins	                8-2		  15-4	
Mount Airy	        8-4		  17-6	
Bishop McGuinness	6-5		  14-9	
East Surry	        4-6		  9-13	
North Stokes	        2-10		  4-19	
Walkertown	        0-11		  2-19

Independent Schools PACIS 3-A Boys
These guys looked to finish strong as they are building for their state tournament, no conference tournament….WES and GDS could end up 1 and 2 in the state and you got to think Davidson Day and HPCA will get in there too somewhere….


                                Conference      Overall
Wesleyan Christian Academy	8-1		26-4	
Greensboro Day	                7-2		29-2	
Davidson Day	                5-3		19-9	
High Point Christian Academy	4-5		17-13	
Forsyth Country Day	        2-7		16-16	
Calvary Baptist Day	        0-8		8-16

Independent Schools PACIS 3-A Girls
GDS gets another shot at Davidson Day Friday night at GDS…

                               
                               Conference       Overall
Davidson Day	               8-0		19-4	
Greensboro Day	               7-2		25-7	
Wesleyan Christian Academy     6-3		13-11	
Forsyth Country Day	       3-6		12-15	
High Point Christian Academy   1-7		8-15	
Calvary Baptist Day	       1-8		4-17

Independent Schools Triad Athletic 2-A Boys
Caldwell Academy’s season is complete and the work is just beginning for The Burlington School and WCD…


                                   Conference  Overall
The Burlington School	           14-0		25-1	
Westchester Country Day	           12-2		17-5	
Burlington Christian Academy       9-6		15-8	
Trinity of Durham and Chapel Hill  6-8		13-12	
Caldwell Academy	           6-8		9-20		
American Hebrew Academy	           5-9		7-10	
Salem Baptist Christian	           5-10		10-24	
Carolina Friends	           0-14		1-23

Independent Schools Triad Athletic 2-A Girls
Looks like Caldwell and The Burlington School are ready to battle to be the best in Conference Tournament…


                                   Conference   Overall
The Burlington School	           11-1		18-4	
Caldwell Academy	           11-1		21-6	
Salem Baptist Christian	           8-5		16-16	
Burlington Christian Academy	   7-5		13-9	
American Hebrew Academy	           0-9	        0-10	
Carolina Friends	           0-8		0-13	
Trinity of Durham and Chapel Hill  0-8		1-17

  • J.D. Springer said,

    What the heck has happened to Western Guilford athletics? Struggling in just about every sport, but particularly football and basketball (both genders). It has to be more than just shifting demographics in Guilford County.

  • Tom said,

    They lose their best players to schools with Academies.

  • big games on Friday Davidson Day said,

    The Davidson Day teams (boys & girls) are extremely good teams that can compete with anybody. Both of these games will be tough for both of the GDS teams. Both of the GDS teams lost in Charlotte to Davidson Day and this was the first time in years that both teams have lost on the same day other than the state finals. These games are extremely important for state tournament seeding this weekend.

  • Alumni said,

    I told you all that we would be better at Page this year. Last year we were not 9-0 in conference. We have a more cohesive team now.

  • Gman said,

    @ Tomboy

    Quit whining

  • facts said,

    Coaching at Western is the problem with football and girls ball the last 5 years

  • relationships off the court/field said,

    If you get the “right” coaches into position, then the players will follow. If you have “bad” coaches, then players will continue to find different options or never opt into the Western district. Upgrade the coaches or make sure the coaches have a solid relationship with the AAU or pop warner programs and you will see this problem go away over a period of 2-3 years. If you are only using teachers that want to coach but not do the extra community piece, then players will not develop that key relationship and go where those off season relationship are being built such as Dudley, GDS, Page, etc.