Greensboro Day School Boys going for NCISAA 4-A State Title today at 6pm at Raleigh Ravenscroft HS:Greensboro Day claims Third Straight State Championship

Posted by Andy Durham on February 23, 2019 at 1:10 pm under High School | 2 Comments to Read

Final:Greensboro Day School 67, Christ School 53.
Last years team was led by John Newman III and Will Dillard, the year before you had Jordan Perkins and JP Moorman and this year, the GDS Bengals had seniors like Mike Fowler and Nick Evtimov, but whatever the case may be, GDS will be there and there is a good chance that they are going take that NCISAA Title…Three straight and something like 11 overall for Freddy Johnson….Good Job Bengals, and go ahead and get ready to do it again next year….
GDS boys finish the season at (30-5)…
Neat note from the GDS assistant coach:
@JeremySpidell
Austin Inge is a straight-up winner. Won 91 games in 3 seasons & walked away with 3 straight state titles. Played huge tonight on both sides of the ball. Loved coaching him & know he will go on to do big things in his life. Congrats, @ainge21_ on a great GDS career! #gdshoopfam….

The Piedmont Classical School boys defeated Quality Education Academy, 77-64, to claim the CAASC Title…..

NCISAA 4-A State Championship Game
**********#2 seed Greensboro Day School boys(29-5) vs. #8 seed Christ School, from Arden, N.C.(16-13) 6pm**********
Game being played at Raleigh’s Ravenscroft High School….Day School over Durham Academy in Friday’s semis, with Noah Dunn leading the way for the Bengals with 15 points and Nick Evtimov adding 13 points to a balanced Bengal attack…

+++++Joe Sirera from the News and Record’s HSXtra section will be there in coverage and he will have plenty of Twitter updates at twitter.com/JoeSireraNR


  • Greensboro has 2 said,

    Greensboro has 2 state champs. Why only coverage for 1? Congrats to PCHS on their 3rd straight state championship!

  • Andy Durham said,

    We have them listed right here in the post up above in Bold Print….

    Piedmont Classical School boys defeated Quality Education Academy, 77-64…

    We made sure to get that in here last night and again congrats to Kenny Free and his Bobcats on their Third Straight State Championship…

    Information on them is not easy to come by…If we had more, I would sure print more, but somebody needs to get on the sending end to us too…..

    Thanks for what you said…..