High School Basketball Scores from Friday Night with Smith Golden Eagle Boys going to (7-1)/NWG at (4-0)/GDS Boys at (12-0)/NG Girls at (6-0)

Posted by Andy Durham on December 10, 2016 at 11:26 am under High School | 3 Comments to Read

Here are the scores that we have collected so far from last night/Friday and we will be adding on….
Northwest Guilford girls in action today/Saturday at the ‘She Got Game Classic’ in Washington, D.C.
Wesleyan Christian Academy vs. High Point Christian today/Saturday at High Point University at 5:30pm

Scores:
Girls….
Northern Guilford 72, Western Alamance 33
NG at (6-0)..Elissa Cunane with 26 for Nighthawks…
Southeast Guilford 40, Ragsdale 34
Southern Guilford 51, Trinity 36
Northeast Guilford 66, Bartlett Yancey 51
Salisbury 47, Smith 44
Northwest Guilford 60, Eleanor Roosevelt 46

Cayla King with 24 for NWG..
Western Guilford 54, Grimsley 35
First win of the season for WG Hornets…
Raleigh Ravenscroft 60, Greensboro Day 45
Bishop McGuinness 58, Walkertown 13

Boys:
Greensboro Day School 62, Ravenscroft 36
GDS AT (12-0)…JP Moorman with 23 and John Newman 12 for the GDS Bengals…
Smith 74, Salisbury 70
Smith at (7-1) to start the season…
Northwest Guilford 90, NPIRE North 20
NWG at (4-0) to begin 2016
Ragsdale 55, Southeast Guilford 53
Bishop McGuinness 60, Walkertown 48

*****We have game reports on most of these games up here at the site….*****


  • Tom said,

    Elissa Cunnane scored her 1000th point. Only the beginning of her junior year.

  • Andy Durham said,

    Congratulations to Elissa Cunane. She is an outstanding young lady and one heck of a super basketball player…

    Congrats on hitting the 1,000 point mark in your junior year and doing while just 15 years old…..Might be like a Mike Giminski Jr.

  • congrats said,

    Congrats to Elissa, great kid, and probably because of size the most potential and brightest future of any kid (boy or girl) in basketball in many years from this area. Also congrats for her being on a TEAM and coaches realizing this and not catering to her and trying to showcase her exclusively. Speaks volumes to the coaches at Northern, other schools in similar situation would NOT and are NOT doing the same thing.