Game Report on Southwest Guilford-Dudley Boys Basketball

Posted by Press Release on December 12, 2017 at 11:32 pm under High School | Comments are off for this article

The Cowboys of Southwest Guilford hit the road to open up conference play in the new Piedmont Triad 3A Conference. Southwest traveled over to Dudley High School to face off against the Panthers. Southwest dominated both regular season match-ups last year as well as the match-up the season prior. This time around however, has more meaning since they are now conference opponents. Both teams are coming off wins and have good overall records to start this young season. Who would keep their winning streaks alive?

The Panthers got on the board first, but the Cowboys responded right away. The teams traded baskets again to make it 4-4 by the 6:35 mark. Dudley took advantage of some uncharacteristic Southwest turnovers to go up 10-4 at the 5:32 point. The Cowboys shook some of the cobwebs and went on a 9-0 spurt to go ahead 13-10 with 2:20 to go. Dudley fought back to go back ahead 16-15 with a minute to go. The Cowboys responded quickly but a made free throw tied the game up to close the frame at 17 all.

A Panthers 3 ball opened up the frame to go up 20-17 right away. The Panthers steadily built the lead and kept the Cowboys at arms length the rest of the half with the Panthers taking a 41-38 lead.

Southwest opened the scoring on a 4-0 spurt to take a 42-41 lead at the 7:15 mark. Southwest managed to fight off the Panthers and maintain the lead until the 37 second mark when the Panthers snuck in a layup to take a 52-51 lead. The teams traded frantic baskets with the Panthers holding a slim 54-53 lead at the close of the third frame.

In the final frame the Cowboys forced several bad possessions as well as turnovers. The Panthers only managed 5 points in the frame and went scoreless the in the final 5:10 of the frame as the Cowboys converted those turnovers and bad shots into points and pulled away for the 70-59 road win.

Dudley was led by Tim Boulware with 14 points. Southwest had a great team effort. They were paced by: JT Butler with 22 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists, and 3 steals; Jayden Turner with 18 points and 10 rebounds; and Christian Martin with 16 points, 9 rebounds, steal, block, and an assist.

              1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Dudley        17  24   13  05  59
Southwest     17  21   15  17  70

Dudley (5-2, 0-1)
Tavon Trotman 1
Kevon Wright 9
Tim Boulware 14
Mahlik Lowe 12
Cam Thomas 6
Darrien Wynn 6
Isaiah Staton-Ray 8

Southwest (5-1, 1-0)
Milli Huggins 8, 5 Asts, Reb, Stl
JT Butler 22
Jamelle Carter Blk
Christian Martin 16
Jayden Turner 18
Ty Radford 3, 4 Stls, 3 Rebs, 2 Asts
Jalen Snipes 3 Rebs, 2 Stls, Ast
Cooper Cunningham 3, 4 Rebs

Courtesy of Greg Vlazny Southwest Guilford assistant coach

             Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 F
Dudley       17 24 13 5  59
SW Guilford  17 21 15 17 70

Dudley
Mahlik Lowe 15
Tim Boulware 14
Kevon Wright 9
Isaiah Staton-Ray 8
Darien Wynn 6
Cam Thomas 6
Taron Trotman 1

SW Guilford
J Butler 22
J Turner 18
C Martin 16
A Huggins 8
C Cunningham 3
T Ragurd 3

Courtesy of Josh Prince Dudley High School Asst. Men’s Basketball


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