Holland Auto Care High Basketball Tonight Finals(2/6/18):WES stops GDS again/Page comes from 14 back to top Grimsley, at Grimsley

Posted by Andy Durham on February 6, 2018 at 10:05 pm under High School | 7 Comments to Read

Key scores high school basketball scores for tonight/Tuesday:
Page boys 76, Grimsley 72
Grimsley led by 14 points in the 3rd quarter…Then Page took over…
Page(4-3) Metro and Grimsley(3-4) Metro…Grimsley and Page split their regular season games with Grimsley winning at Page and Page winning at Grimsley….
Wesleyan Christian Academy boys 57, Greensboro Day School 41
End of 1st Q:WES 16, GDS 3…Halftime:WES 27, GDS 20…End of 3rd Q:WES 44, GDS 39…Final:WES 57, GDS 41…
WES scoring:Aaron Wiggins 13 points, Jaylen Hoard 12 points, Kobe Langley 11 points, Keyshaun Langley 9 points, Khyrie Thompson 9 points, Shawn Walker Jr. 2 points…
GDS scoring: John Newman III 18 points, Carson McCorkle 8 points, Austin Inge 6 points, Cason Pierce 3 points, Alex Michael 2 points, Noah Dunn 2 points, and Xavier Ayers 2 points…..
This marks the second time this season that the WES Trojans have defeated the GDS Bengals…
WES(6-0) PACIS/GDS(2-3) PACIS
Wesleyan Christian Academy girls 77, Greensboro Day School 43
End of 1st Q:WES 19, GDS 8…Halftime:WES 34, GDS 18…End of 3rd Q:WES 50, GDS 27…WES 77, GDS 43..
WES scoring:Hoard 22 points, Ware 13 points, Jones 12 points, Williams 11 points, Bailey 8 points, MacKay 6 points, Adams 3 points, Hauser 3 points…
GDS scoring: Brady 13 points, Brewington 7 points, Shalem 7 points, Blackwell 6 points, Fullwood 6 points, Head 4 points and Rembach 1 point…..
*****The girls game was stopped/halted with 3:32 left in the first quarter and the Dillard Athletic Center was evacuated due to a fire alarm signal, that sent all of the fans outside and the problem that led to the fire detector going off, was the popcorn machine becoming too hot/overheating and that might have been caused due to increased popcorn sales with the gathering of a Sell Out Crowd….The fire signal went off and the fans went outside, but within 10-15 minutes all fans were able to return into the Dillard Athletic Center, go back to their seats, and the girl’s game resumed…..*****
Page girls 58, Grimsley 47
Southwest Guilford boys 75, North Forsyth 69
Southwest Guilford girls 68, North Forsyth 22
Northern Guilford boys 59, Morehead 56
Northern Guilford girls 72, Morehead 19
NG(17-4/12-0)….On Tuesday night, Mercedes Wampler led the ‘Hawks with 18 points, while Elissa Cunane pumped in 10 points and pulled down 10 rebounds……
High Point Central boys 64, Ragsdale 55
Dudley girls 56, Mount Tabor 46
Northeast Guilford girls 70, McMichael 30
Northeast Guilford boys 70, McMichael 52
Burlington Williams boys 74, Southeast Guilford 43
Southern Alamance girls 48, Southern Guilford 45
Ragsdale girls 50, High Point Central 36
WS Parkland boys 62, Western Guilford 44
Mount Tabor boys 72, Dudley 58
East Forsyth boys 54, Davie County 53
Mt. Airy boys 62, Bishop McGuinness 53
Mount Airy girls 54, Bishop McGuinness 41
*****This looks like it might be an upset here, coming out of the Lamar Daniels file from last night:(14-point win by WS Reagan girls, and that is very decisive, plus you have the Reagan boys and girls coming over to Page HS, to face the Pirates’ boys and girls tonight/Wednesday…..
WS Reagan Girls 68, West Forsyth 54
*****

Here is the full lineup from across the state/area coming out of Tuesday night from our associate Lamar Daniels….Daniels gets it done/getting it done…

South Rowan Girls 52, Central Davidson 43
Jordan Matthews Girls 55, Wheatmore 41
Central Cabarrus Girls 57, Cox Mill 40
West Davidson Girls 83, Lexington Senior 48
East Davidson Girls 47, Ledford Senior 40
Thomasville Girls 50, Oak Grove 30
East Forsyth Girls 71, Davie County 33
Wheatmore Boys 60, Jordan Matthews 58
Thomasville Boys 87, Oak Grove 59
West Stokes Boys 75, Forbush 57
East Davidson Boys 65, Ledford Senior 59
RJ Reynolds Boys 61, Glenn 45
Garner Magnet Boys 81, Apex 58
Starmount Boys 61, Wilkes Central 45
Hickory Ridge Girls 88, East Mecklenburg 27
South Central Girls 54, C.B. Aycock 35
Glenn Girls 62, RJ Reynolds 9
Vance Girls 61, North Mecklenburg 58
Butler Boys 93, Garinger 26
Forsyth Country Day Girls 64, High Point Christian 34
Ardrey Kell Girls 65, Olympic 21
Jesse Carson Girls 77, West Rowan 57
Mallard Creek Girls 68, Hough 30
Salisbury Girls 45, North Davidson 42
South Central Boys 80, C.B. Aycock 33
South Stokes Boys 96, East Surry 93 F/3OT
Forbush Girls 68, West Stokes 44
North Stokes Girls 36, Winston-Salem Prep 34
Salisbury Boys 91, North Davidson 68
Jesse Carson Boys 94, West Rowan 74
Surry Central Girls 69, Walkertown 34
WS Reagan Boys 66, West Forsyth 53
Cox Mill Boys 84, Central Cabarrus 46
East Surry Girls 61, South Stokes 41
North Surry Girls 63, Carver 11
Providence Day Boys 79, Cannon 66
North Surry Boys 58, Carver 55
Winston-Salem Prep Boys 89, North Stokes 74
Surry Central Boys 62, Walkertown 57
Olympic Boys 60, Ardrey Kell 47
Independence Boys 90, Rocky River 73
North Mecklenburg Boys 72, Vance 62


  • David said,

    Andy please correct the Wesleyan GDS girls as it was Wesleyan 77 and gds 43. Wesleyans boys and girls are undefeated in the pacis.

  • Andy Durham said,

    Yes, I wrote that WES-GDS girls score down two different ways…Lots of numbers to keep up with tonight with WES-GDS girls and then WES-GDS boys and then over to Grimsley to catch the very end of the Page-Grimsley boys game….

    Both Hoards played well for WES tonight and Aaron Wiggins had a very good game once worked his way around that foul trouble…The Langleys looked good and the thing that impresses me the most about the Langley twins is the way that they rebound…They do a great job on the boards for guards….

    GDS runs long offensive sets with lots of passing and when they make a lot of passes and take a lot of time off of the clock and you are down 10-15 points and your shots are not falling those long sets with time off the clock and misses will catch up with you…

    GDS has John Newman stepping up, but with Will Dillard down and out of the lineup, GDS must get other players to start contributing and helping John Newman…He can’t do it all himself, he needs some help…If he stays hot all is good, but if he runs into a cold streak, it can be trouble for GDS, if nobody else is taking over for the Bengals….

  • Lamar Daniels said,

    South Rowan Girls 52, Central Davidson 43
    Jordan Matthews Girls 55, Wheatmore 41
    Central Cabarrus Girls 57, Cox Mill 40
    West Davidson Girls 83, Lexington Senior 48
    East Davidson Girls 47, Ledford Senior 40
    Thomasville Girls 50, Oak Grove 30
    East Forsyth Girls 71, Davie County 33
    Wheatmore Boys 60, Jordan Matthews 58
    Thomasville Boys 87, Oak Grove 59
    West Stokes Boys 75, Forbush 57
    East Davidson Boys 65, Ledford Senior 59
    RJ Reynolds Boys 61, Glenn 45
    Garner Magnet Boys 81, Apex 58
    Starmount Boys 61, Wilkes Central 45
    Hickory Ridge Girls 88, East Mecklenburg 27
    South Central Girls 54, C.B. Aycock 35
    Glenn Girls 62, RJ Reynolds 9
    Vance Girls 61, North Mecklenburg 58
    Southwest Guilford Girls 68, North Forsyth 22
    Butler Boys 93, Garinger 26
    Forsyth Country Day Girls 64, High Point Christian 34
    Southern Alamance Girls 48, Southern Guilford 45
    Mount Airy Girls 54, Bishop McGuinness 41
    Ardrey Kell Girls 65, Olympic 21
    Northern Guilford Girls 72, Morehead 19
    Jesse Carson Girls 77, West Rowan 57
    Dudley Girls 56, Mount Tabor 48
    Mallard Creek Girls 68, Hough 30
    Salisbury Girls 45, North Davidson 42
    South Central Boys 80, C.B. Aycock 33
    South Stokes Boys 96, East Surry 93 F/3OT
    Northeast Guilford Boys 70, McMichael 52
    WS Parkland Boys 62, Western Guilford 44
    Forbush Girls 68, West Stokes 44
    Williams Boys 74, Southeast Guilford 43
    Mount Tabor Boys 72, Dudley 58
    North Stokes Girls 36, Winston-Salem Prep 34
    Salisbury Boys 91, North Davidson 68
    Jesse Carson Boys 94, West Rowan 74
    Surry Central Girls 69, Walkertown 34
    WS Reagan Boys 66, West Forsyth 53
    Ragsdale Girls 50, High Point Central 36
    Cox Mill Boys 84, Central Cabarrus 46
    East Surry Girls 61, South Stokes 41
    North Surry Girls 63, Carver 11
    Providence Day Boys 79, Cannon 66
    WS Reagan Girls 68, West Forsyth 54
    Page Girls 58, Grimsley 47
    North Surry Boys 58, Carver 55
    Winston-Salem Prep Boys 89, North Stokes 74
    Surry Central Boys 62, Walkertown 57
    Olympic Boys 60, Ardrey Kell 47
    Independence Boys 90, Rocky River 73
    High Point Central Boys 64, Ragsdale 55
    Wesleyan Christian Girls 77, Greensboro Day 43
    North Mecklenburg Boys 72, Vance 62

  • shout out to defense & energy said,

    Shout out to the defensive and energy starters out there. It is amazing how just one player down can (and does) disrupt your entire team in basketball. GDS has lost more games in the past two weeks than I remember GDS losing per year over the past 5 years. It is a credit to how hard Will Dillard works on the floor. Freddy is a defensive coach and a believer in ball control. With Dillard out, GDS is missing that one player that every team needs who is willing to put it all on the line defensively versus the average player that always wants to score. Every team needs that guy that can bring a high level of energy with every play. Dillard is that guy on both points. Each team in the city has these type of players. Teams that don’t have these type of players are likely having a losing season. Hopefully Dillard can make it back before the playoffs and help get a great GDS team back on track. The league and state playoffs are simply too good to survive without top level players.

  • Page Parent said,

    I went to the Page-Grimsley games last night. When I walk into the Grimsley gym and see the banners from the early 1900’s I feel like I’m in a sacred place. The rivalry attracts a large crowd, and the student sections are packed, energetic, rowdy, and engaged. At half-time, the Grimsley band played and Page student section stood — and turned their backs!

    When the game ended after a narrow Page win, the Grimsley students threw trash at the Page students. Messy, but harmless.

    The rivalry helps create a strong connection to their school for the students. When they graduate, they will take that connection with them, and it will ground them. It’s a beautiful thing.

  • Whirlie said,

    I second Page parent even though the trash throwing was a little excessive its always a great rivalry i graduated from Page and my kids from grimsley and its still great cookout and barbershop conversation. All in fun Go Pirates/Whirlies

  • Johnny G. said,

    Seems like some of the kids could hurt getting hit in the head with those drink bottles…How did it get out of hand, did the crowd rush the floor or the stands?