High School Basketball Tonight:NCHSAA Sectional Finals with EG boys, Smith boys, NWG girls, Northern girls all winners:GDS Bengals and Wesleyan Christian girls win NCISAA 3-A Championships(Who’s Next for Round Four NCHSAA’s?)

Posted by Andy Durham on February 24, 2018 at 11:21 pm under High School | 11 Comments to Read

*****NCISAA Boys 3-A Championship:*****
Greensboro Day School 67, Wesleyan Christian Academy 53
Greensboro Day School boys 2018 State Champions

*****NCISAA Girls 3-A Championship*****
Wesleyan Christian 43, Rabun Gap 33
Wesleyan Christian Academy girls 2018 State Champions

*****NCHSAA Sectional Finals/Round Three Results…..*****
Boys 4-A:
Charlotte Olympic 77, Page 71 in Double OT

Boys 3-A:
Eastern Guilford 84, Northern Guilford 48
*****Southhern Lee(25-3) at Eastern Guilford(26-2) in Round Four*****
Round Three Roll Call for EG3….It is EG in Round Three, that’s EG3 with Montez Venable shooting for 25 points, Jaylen Alston had 23 points, Nick McMullen had 12, Nic Cheeley and OJ Johnson were there with 6 points each, Antonio Gadson and Dominique Graves had 4 points a-piece, Justin Matthews had 3 and Christian Smith added 1 points for the EG3 ‘Cats who get it done in Round Three….
End of 1st Q:EG 18, NG 5…Halftime:EG 39, NG 28…End of 3rd Q:EG 62, NG 36…Final:EG 84, NG 48…
NG scoring:Adam Lovelace with 10 points, Andy Pack with 9 points, Holden Lewis and Lee Maynard with 7 points each, Abra Allen with 6 points, Kellen Hodge with 5 points and Christian Herbin with 3 points….Lots of big runs by EG Wildcats on Saturday night….NG had cut the lead down to EG 26-23, but then the ‘Cats took off on another run, and that one was a EG 13-5 run….
EG now at (26-2)/NG closes out their season at (23-6)….

Smith 85, Kings Mountain 65
+++++Round Four finds Hickory(27-2) at Ben L. Smith(26-3)+++++

Girls 4-A:
Northwest Guilford 40, WS Reagan 33
*****Round Four has Ardrey Kell(25-3) at Northwest Guilford(26-2)****

Girls 3-A:
Northern Guilford 56, Jesse Carson 47
Rockingham County 72, West Rowan 48
+++++Rockingham County(25-4) at Northern Guilford(25-4) in Round Four+++++
North Iredell 67, Southwest Guilford 48

Havelock 58, Eastern Guilford 56
End of 1st Q:Havelock 26, EG 18…Halftime:Havelock 38, EG 31…End of 3rd Q:Havelock 47, EG 46…Final:Havelock 58, EG 56…Eastern Guilford closes their season at ((24-4)…Havelock improves to (22-2)….
EG scoring:Destiny McLean 19 points, Jazmin Harris 18 points, Kayshia Coltrane 10 points, Destinee Davis 9 points….
Havelock scoring:Blango 17 points, Bryant 13 points, Hardin 11 points, Brown 8 points, DeJesus 6 points and Fisher with 4 points…
EE Smith 53, Northeast Guilford 46

  • Fan said,

    What happen to Andy Pack? Was he hurt or in foul trouble? Only 9pts?

  • Wildcat bball said,

    @fan, it’s called defense and Eastern’s defense is what we should be talking about, Justin Matthews and Nic Cheeley locked him down

  • Fan said,

    Wow@ wildcat fan. 2 football players, must have ruffed him up. Has to be only way they stopped him. He is 2 good of player to be held in check by football players.

  • Wildcat bball said,

    @fan, lol, two great athletes committed to a game plan and the other guys doing their jobs gonna make for a long night, not hard to guess what “fan” means, those two guys are actually key contributors to a very good team.

  • Andy Durham said,

    Just a great job on defense by Nic Cheeley and Justin Matthews from start to finish in the game vs. NG.

    Andy Pack could hardly get going, Cheeley and Matthews defense held him in check and the defense on Holden Lewis from EG was equally as strong…

    EG had a good game plan and it worked…NG is a very good team and they had a great season, but EG was the better team Saturday and the better team is moving on…

    Let’s all get behind EG boys, Smith boys, NWG girls and NG girls…Time back your Guilford County brothers and sisters….

  • Other Fan said,

    Northern should have shot more free-throws if the plan was to rough him up. Hard for Northern to adjust when they have allowed one kid to do whatever he wants for the past few years.

    Eastern did a great job and deserve it. Move on.

  • EG DAD said,


  • Wildcat Bball said,

    @other fan, don’t believe anyone said the plan was to rough anyone up but good hard nosed defense that has been proven to be effective last year as well, if the young man your referring to is from Eastern, then you will not find a kid that plays harder. Not to mention all the fouls that are not called as other teams try and stop him. The difference is he will still score in double figures because he doesn’t rely on one aspect. Give the young man the respect he deserves.

  • Milton Jenkins said,

    I have had the opportunity from a no bias observation of Eastern Guilford and have watched every team play in the City this year.

    In my observation, I have not seen any team that plays harder and is more discipline than Eastern Guilford. I watch the football players that are mentioned play back in December and reference that once they get their legs under them, that Eastern would be even more potent.

    They played Grimsley at Grimsley that night and physically and mentally wore them down even though the game seem like it was close. Final 65-37. Saw them pay play Page earlier at Page and their key man Alston was in foul trouble and eventually fouled out. Game close until Eastern mentally and physically wore them down and walked away with a 67-53 win.

    I saw them lose to Williams in Conference Championship and Williams played great. Eastern missed at least 20 free-throws in a 71-67 loss.

    I watch them recently play Northern and what appeared to seem to be close game because Northern made a couple of runs. But eventually true to form, they wore Northern down and at one time I believe Northern was close to being 40 points in the hole.

    Bottom Line this is a well coached, smart discipline team that plays well together and works hard and every player seem to know their role and they execute.

  • EGHS-DAD said,

    Everyone needs to give Eastern the credit they deserve

  • Other Fan said,

    Agreed. The kids did their best on both sides. Eastern were the better prepared team.