Middle School Basketball Today(1/16/2020) in Guilford County:”Thursday in the Middle”

Posted by Andy Durham on January 16, 2020 at 11:40 am under Amateur | Read the First Comment

“Thursday in the Middle”…Middle School Basketball Today in Guilford County

Eastern Guilford Middle at Allen Middle boys 4:45/girls 6pm…Allen boys(3-2/3-0)
Northeast Middle Guilford at Jackson boys 4:45/girls 6pm
Northern Guilford at Northwest Guilford boys at 5pm/girls at 6:15pm….NG boys(5-1)
Southeast Guilford at Kernodle boys at 5pm/girls at 6:15pm
Southern Guilford at Ferndale boys at 4:45/girls at 6pm
Southwest Guilford at Jamestown boys at 4:45/girls at 6pm
Western Guilford at Swann boys at 4:45/girls at 6pm….WG boys (1-4/0-4)…WG girls(1-3)
Kiser at Mendenhall boys at 4:45/girls at 6pm
Penn-Griffin at Hairston boys at 4:45/girls at 6pm
Welborn at the Academy @ Lincoln boys at 4:45/girls at 6pm
CPLA/College Preparatory and Leadership Academy at Winston-Salem Christian girls at 4:30/boys at 5:30pm….CPLA/”The Point” boys(13-0)

Allen Jay Prep boys and girls OFF…AJP boys(5-1/5-0)


  • Andy Durham said,

    from High School Basketball on Wednesday:
    info from Michael Lindsay, at the High Point Enterprise….

    Westchester Country Day defeated Woodlawn 62-57 in non-conference NCISAA boys basketball Wednesday at Westchester’s Finch Center.

    J3 Swindell had 21 points and 14 rebounds to lead the Westchester Country Day Wildcats (9-7), who had lost three in a row after a strong December in which they won six in a row. Jackson Weil and Tyler Matthews each added 16 points as Westchester righted itself heading into games against High Point Christian and Greensboro Day.

    “It was a team effort,” Westchester coach David Carrier said. “Having J3 in there to rebound is so important for us. He’s as good a rebounder as I’ve ever coached. And the guys kind of feed off that a little bit. I thought it was just a great team win. We needed to struggle a little bit and learn a little something about ourselves.

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