Greensboro Day School Boys in the Finals of the Chick-Fil-A Holiday Classic tonight at around 8:30 in Columbia, S.C. vs. Dorman HS/Dorman tops Greensboro Day, 56-52 in Chick-Fil-A Final

Posted by Andy Durham on December 23, 2019 at 10:57 am under High School | Comments are off for this article

Final:
Dorman (SC) 56, Greensboro Day (NC) 52

Greensboro Day School Boys(14-1) vs. Dorman, South Carolina(6-1) tonight at around 8:30pm, in the Chick-Fil-A Holiday Classic Championship Game, in Columbia, South Carolina…Championship game tonight….

from www.chick-fil-aclassic.com:

DORMAN AND GREENSBORO DAY ADVANCE TO AMERICAN DIVISION FINALS
Dorman (SC) and Greensboro Day (NC) will tangle for the American Division championship of the 18th annual Chick-fil-A championship after cruising in the semifinals on Saturday.

Dorman defeated Cannon School (NC) 69-45 while Greensboro Day was victorious over Immaculate Conception 56-47.

The Cavaliers (6-1) outscored Cannon School 11-2 over the final 3:35 of the first half for a 43-430 halftime lead. It never got into single digits the rest of the way.

PJ Hall led four Dorman players in double figures with 15 points and the Clemson-bound senior added 11 rebounds. Jalen Breazeale, Myles Tate and Earl Burgess each scored 12 points with Tate adding 10 rebounds and five assists.

Cannon School (10-5) had a rough shooting night. They shot 25 percent in the second half and finished at 30.8 percent for the game. Jarvis Moss led the way with 14 points with Jaden Bradley adding 12 points.

In the other semifinal, Cam Hayes led three Greensboro Day players in double figures with 15 points. The Bengals (14-1) didn’t trail the final 28 minutes despite never being able to pull away into a double-digit lead.

The closest the Lions (1-1) were able to get in the second half was when they pulled within three, 42-39, with 6:28 remaining.

Bryce Harris and Cason Pierce added 11 points each Greensboro Day. Zakai Zeigler led Immaculate Conception with nine points with four other players scoring eight each.

Dorman and Greensboro Day will meet around 8:30 TONIGHT in the final game of the Classic.


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