Game Report on Northwest Guilford-East Forsyth Boys Basketball w/Photos by Cameron Robles: Vikings get 25 points from Reggie Davis and 24 from Tre Turner and NWG turns the corner on Senior Night with some Senior Citizens on hand too from the 1967 State Championship Team, back for 50-Year Reunion
NORTHWEST GUILFORD 77, EAST FORSYTH 58
–On a night where the only championship team in Northwest history was honored, the 2017 version of the Vikings finally displayed the fight they needed in the final moments of the 3rd quarter to secure a 77-58 conference win. Northwest honored the 1967 State Championship team on the 50th anniversary of their historic win. This year’s Northwest team was humbled by their presence and showed what they were capable of over a 9 minute stretch that blew a tie game open. With the score tied 41-41 with 4 minutes left in the 3rd quarter, the Vikings put together a 36-17 spurt that got the crowd on their feet and put the finishing touches on a wonderful evening that was also Senior Night.
–The Vikings were led by Reggie Davis who finished with 25 points, 11 rebounds, 4 steals, and 3 blocks. Tre Turner also had a strong game for the Vikings with 24 points, 10 rebounds, 4 assists, and 5 steals. Jalen Spicer contributed 6 points, 7 assists, and 4 steals while Thomas Henningan added 8 points and 3 rebounds.
–Kameron Martin led the Eagles with 15 points while Jordan Roberson. And Shemar Watkins each added 11 points.
1st 2nd 3rd 4th NORTHWEST GUILFORD 18 13 22 24 EAST FORSYTH 12 19 14 13
NORTHWEST GUILFORD: 19-4; 8-2
Reggie Davis 25; Tre Turner 24; Thomas Hennigan 8; Jalen Spicer 6; David Funderberg 3; Jacob Davis 3; Matt Rakes 2; Kyle Sullivan 2; Christian Hampton 2; Jacob Leonard 2
EAST FORSYTH: 13-11; 4-6
Kameron Martin 15; Jordan Roberson 11; Shemar Watkins 11; Hysheam Weston 9; Sedrick Sliah 6; Josh Wiley 4; AJ Hall 2
SPECIAL NOTE: NORTHWEST HONORED MATT RAKES, JALEN SPICER, THOMAS HENNIGAN, DAVID FUNDERBERG, KYLE SULLIVAN, REGGIE DAVIS, AND JACOB DAVIS IN THEIR FINAL REGULAR SEASON HOME GAME. THIS SENIOR CLASS IS 87-17 OVER THE LAST FOUR YEARS.
Submitted by: Northwest Coaching Staff
Photos by Cameron Robles