High School Basketball Games Tonight in and around Guilford County

Posted by Andy Durham on November 30, 2018 at 11:30 am under High School | 17 Comments to Read

Grimsley at Western Guilford Girls at 6/Boys at 7:30pm
(Tonight at Western Guilford HS, they will be naming the basketball court in the Bill Hollifield Gym, the “Mickie Tuttle Court”, in honor of long-time and highly successful Western Guilford girls athletics coach and leader, Mickie Tuttle.)

Southwest Guilford at Ragsdale Girls at 6/Boys at 7:30
High Point Central at High Point Andrews Girls at 6/Boys at 7:30
South Granville at Page Girls at 6/Boys at 7:30
Trinity at Southern Guilford Girls at 6/Boys 7:30
Western Alamance at Eastern Guilford Girls at 6:30/Boys at 8pm
Greensboro Day School at Cannon School Girls at 6/Boys 7:30
Westchester Country Day at Caldwell Academy Girls at 5:30/Boys at 7pm
Vandalia Christian at Sheets Memorial Girls at 6/Boys 7:30
High Point Christian at Grace Christian Girls at 5:30/Boys at 7pm
Noble Academy boys at Fletcher Academy 5:30pm
Triad Math and Science Girls at Winston-Salem Christian 5:15pm
Winston-Salem Christian Boys at Triad Math and Science 6:30pm


  • Fair Play said,

    All student-athletes and their parents and coaches must sign honor codes before participating in any athletic contest. In the honor codes, student-athletes, parents and coaches pledge to abide by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s (NCHSAA’s) eligibility requirements.

    “It is critical that only eligible students participate in high school and middle school sports,” said Leigh Hebbard, the GCS athletic director. “This is a perfect opportunity for us to teach our children through example to be more than athletes. It’s another level of character education for them.”

    The campaign comes on the heels of 12 eligibility violations in 10 sports at Northern High. “Students need to learn that demonstrating good character and sportsmanship are just as important as winning, if not more so,” said Superintendent Maurice “Mo” Green.

    In addition, GCS has set up an e-mail address and direct phone line to report suspected athletic-eligibility violations. To report suspected athletic-eligibility violations, e-mail fairplay@gcsnc.com or call (336) 574-2994. All phone calls and e-mails will remain confidential.

  • Eagles said,

    Did they change the Smith – Southeast basketball game to Saturday ?

  • Andy Durham said,

    I think they did move the games to Saturday….Last thing I saw on MaxPreps had the SEG-Smith Girls game going at 2pm on Saturday….

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  • 44high said,

    Hard to believe NGHS would have anyeligibility issues.

  • Bill Jones said,

    FairPlay……give it a rest. Northern was the school that exposed everything. Page and Dudley with the IB program is a free recruiting process. Find something today is more relevant to today.

  • Damon said,

    SEG Varsity plays at 4:30 PM. Looking for a break out game from Lars Nilsen. He’s struggled the last 2 games and the kid is averaging 17 points a game. This kid is the real deal.

  • Damon said,

    21-12 SEG with 3 minutes left & Dudley at the 50

  • Damon said,

    Dudley scores to make it 21-18. 2 point conversion fails. 1:36 left

  • Damon said,

    Great onside kick, but Falcons recover. SEG has the ball & a 21-18 lead. Dudley has used its final time out. The Falcons QB just iced the game with a 1st down run.

  • Really? said,

    Dudley doesn’t have an IB program so that doesn’t make sense. Real problem is when schools hire AAU coaches to take over programs. Then you start to see players switch schools from year to year.Really starting to become prevalent in girls basketball. Hate to see it happen as it leads to unbalanced games which is not fun for either team but until Guilford County takes a harder look at this and actually does something to prevent students from changing schools so easily it will continue to be a problem.

  • Andy Durham said,

    FINALS
    Southwest Guilford boys 77, Ragsdale 62
    Ragsdale girls 85, SWG 45
    Grimsley boys 67, Western Guilford 35
    Grimsley girls 64, Western Guilford 29
    South Granville boys 50, Page 49
    Page girls 67, South Granville 39
    Eastern Guilford girls 49, Western Alamance 29
    High Point Andrews boys 69, High Point Central 48
    High Point Central girls 65, HP Central 48
    Greensboro Day School boys 67, Cannon School 57
    Cannon School girls 53, Greensboro Day 49
    Westchester Country Day boys 87, Caldwell Academy 62
    Caldwell Academy girls 33, WCD 23
    High Point Christian boys 82, Grace Christian 57
    Sheets Memorial girls 50, Vandalia Christian 31
    Grace Christian 46, High Point Christian 44

  • Best Interest said,

    In response to Really?: As long as the high school coach has the child’s best interest in hand & their heart is in the right place and is trying to develop the kids, it really shouldn’t matter if the coach is an AAU coach or not – as long as they qualify for the position. Why penalize or deny them the job if they are an AAU coach. In fact, I would rather have an experienced coach vs. a non experienced coach in that position. Sounds like you would be okay with a history teacher with no experience coaching a program. Hmmmm, to each his own. It would make more sense to hire more qualified coaches in theses positions to develop these kids and programs, then maybe programs would be more balanced and fun for all. Oh and I do believe that there is a pretty strict process that is in place to avoid kids from changing schools without valid reasons.

  • Really? said,

    That kind of thinking is what started the mess at NOrthern with Kowvaleski or whatever his name was years ago.

  • Best Interest said,

    Hiring qualified coaches should not be a problem as long as they are NOT RECRUITING.

  • Best Interest said,

    By the way Really, the reassignment process is mainly for academic reasons and cannot and will not be approved if there are not valid reasons that are in the best interest of the kid. And yes, kids may be able to get the same education at SW, Eastern, or Dudley as they get at Ragsdale; however, if these kids can get college credits at GTCC, which is conveniently located next to Ragsdale then I would say that’s an awesome deal. All of the kids that are being referenced and criticized on these posts are all STUDENT-athletes. They are students first and athletes second so a good basketball program is a bonus. The number of college credits that they will carry with them to college is outstanding. So what you and Exposed fail to understand is that these kids are planning their academic future by making sure that they have community college credits under their belt that will actually transfer to a college of their choice – so when they do play ball in college, their load wont be as heavy. Kudos to the parents who are looking out for the best interest of their children by planning long term academically. Shame on all who criticizes a parent for doing what’s best for their child. Unfortunately, the problem is that so many people tend to look from the outside in without knowing all of the facts and never understand the what behind the why. That’s the real problem. The parents that are being referenced are not short term thinkers – they are looking beyond high school basketball into their child’s future. So if you think that the kids that got reassigned used an invalid reason or have lied, then your assumptions are twisted. Everyone who was in question have been investigated and have been cleared so let it go. As Andy pointed out in a different post, kids get reassigned all of the time for a variety of valid reasons and parents can relocate anytime at their will for any reason. As a matter of fact SW benefits EVERY YEAR from reassignments & relocations into both their football program and boys varsity basketball program. I’m assuming other schools have benefited too (but I won’t assume) However, it’s only a problem when the shoe is on the other foot. It’s just best to not make assumptions, stir the pot or throw shade unless you know that facts! #stayinyourlane

  • Really? said,

    Hmmm. Doesn’t NCATSU have a program for students to earn college credits while in high school?
    Pretty sure it is located close to Dudley which has a good coach and a good program.
    So when student athletes start using the reassignment process to leave their assigned districts which offers the same academic opportunities as well as athletic opportunities you don’t think that is suspicious?
    #stoprecruiting

  • Best Interest said,

    Pretty sure the College Promise program is NOT at NC A&T State University. And the young lady that came from Dudley did not use reassignment process. Do your research!! Also, recruiting requires an invite from the school or coach, which never happened. #webstersdictionary if you need it #lookitup