Holland Auto Care High School Basketball Tonight Finals:NWG takes two from Page other scores on the way

Posted by Andy Durham on December 1, 2016 at 10:04 pm under High School | 5 Comments to Read

More scores coming in as we receive them….
Bishop McGuinness boys 73, Oak Level 50
Bishop boys now at (2-0)
We don’t have the scores, but here is what we are hearing from Southeast Guilford on Twitter:Falcons fly through the Storm and win BBall in Boys JV, Boys Varsity, and Girs Varsity in triple…SEG over Southern Guilford Storm with game moved up to Thursday, from Friday, due to SG Storm in NCHSAA 3-A Football Round Three Playoffs…*****Southeast Guilford girls 64, Southern Guilford 61*****
Final from the Boys Basketball Game in the Roger Nelson Gym at Northwest GUilford High School….
Northwest Guilford 79, Page 49
NWG(2-0) and Page(2-2) after tonight’s contest….End of 1st Q:NWG 19, Page 13…Halftime:NWG 52, Page 31…End of 3rd Q:NWG 52, Page 31…Final:NWG 79, Page 49….NWG held Page to just two points in the 3rd quarter and those two came on free throws, with just one second left in the 3rd quarter…NWG playing tight defense and forcing Page to miss shots in the 3rd period…
NWG Scoring…Pretty balanced for NWG among their top five or six scorers and we will have the full update in the Game Reports…Tre Turner was sitting early in the third period with three fouls, but he still found the way to lead the Vikings with 14 points…Thomas Hennigan with 13, Reggie Davis with 11, Matt Rakes with 10 plus Jalen Spicer and David Funderburg with 9 points each, those were the Vikings top scorers tonight…Several minutes of key playying time and four points for Jacob Davis from the Viking bench…Kyle Sullivan and Jacob Riddles with 2 each for NWG and Jacob Leonard had one point…
Page scoring with Tylan Tatum well below his average with 9 points to lead the way and you had Elijah Short with 8, Jordan Smith with 8, Sam Floyd with 6, Parris Wright and Nate Duggins with 5 a-peice, plus Trent McIntyre and Terrell Davis with 4 each….

Girls Final and the ladies were on at 7:30 tonight….
Northwest Guilford 63, Page 42
NWG(2-1)/Page(3-1)…End of 1st Q:NWG 18, Page 13…Hafltime:NWG 39, Page 27…End of 3rd Q:NWG 52, Page 30…Final:NWG 63, Page 42…
NWG scoring:Liz Kitley with 24 points to lead all scorers…Bria Gibbs with 14, Cayla King with 13, Lindsey Gauldin with 10, and Sandra Womack with 2 points…38 points in the paint for NWG and Liz Kitley did a good job of finishing her shots down by the basket tonight and Bri Gibbs took the ball to hole and hit six key free throws…Most improved player on the NWG team back from last year may just be Lindsey Gauldin…Doing things this year, she wouldn’t dream of doing last year…Confidence is way up for Gauldin…(You can’t call her “Little Lindsey any more, the kid has grown up.)…Steady night for NWG’s Cayla King…
Page scoring goes Reagan Kargo with 16 points to pace the Pirates and she hit 4 big threes in the first half, but could not find her spot in the second half…Jersey Harris and Emma Heard had 8 points each and Emma nailed two three’s, Amari Jackson finished with 7 points for Page and had one of the nicest takes for two on the night and then Jillian Heard posted two points and Ava Casper dropped in one for the Pirates…


  • pager said,

    Page, of course, is still playing football and is without some players?

  • AB said,

    Interesting. Crickets from the critics earlier in the week. 1 game doesn’t tell the whole story, just as 2 games isn’t a barometer either. However, there were some pretty harsh comments, including how the NW Ladies would be dominated last night. Would love, just once, for critics to come on this sight and recognize that they were off-base on their “prediction”. The NW Ladies may have an average season, but glad they were able to quiet some of the message board negativity last night.

  • prediction said,

    Only thing that is for certain about page and NW girls.

    1. Page is younger and is showed
    2. NW still has no outside shooters compared to last year.
    3. Agree NW may be average, probably better than average, but pretty sure most of the comments last week were how they fail in comparison to last two special years NW girls had. Also, most of those comments seemed to me to be stemming from “tired about hearing about NW stars who are getting all college attention”.

    Have a good weekend yall.

  • Tom said,

    Why wouldn’t people be happy that these kids are getting college attention? I saw all of the scouts at that Northern game. I think it is great that they are getting Major D1 looks. It speaks to the quality of basketball in this area and at NW. It doesn’t diminish anything that happened in years past. It is highly likely that they got better by playing with the girl’s on last year’s team. Last year’s team was very special because they had so many kid’s who could shoot from the outside. That was the best outside shooting team I have seen in this area. NW has a couple of kids that can shoot from the outside and that is more than most of the area teams. As always, NW will either win or be right near the top of their conference.

  • Pirate said,

    I don’t think NW needs outside shooting with three girls well over 6′ tall.