High School Basketball Tonight(2/19/2020) in Guilford County Finals:Tales of the Tournaments/Our visit to Northern Guilford HS and more scores on the way/”Stone Cold Stunner”, from High Point Andrews boys

Posted by Andy Durham on February 19, 2020 at 10:07 pm under High School | 4 Comments to Read

MORE Scores on the way…
Piedmont Triad 3-A Tournament from Burlington Williams High School:
Semifinals
Southeast Guilford girls 68, Burlington Williams 39
SEG girls in Friday’s Final, at Burlington Williams HS…Southeast Guilford vs. Southwestern Randolph for the MPC 3-A Title…
Eastern Guilford boys 61, Southeast Guilford 23
EG boys in Friday’s Final, at Burlington Williams HS…Eastern Guilford Wildcats boys vs. Burlington Williams Bulldogs at 7:30pm…

                        Q1	Q2	Q3	Q4	Final
SEGHS	                3	9	4	7	23
Eastern Guilford	29	16	11	5	61

Southwestern Randolph girls 56, Asheboro 51

SWR girls vs. SEG Falcons girls in Friday’s finale at Burlington Williams High School…..(6pm)

Burlington Williams boys 74, Southwestern Randolph 56
Williams vs. Eastern Guilford boys for the MPC 3-A Conference Tournament Title on Friday night at 7:30pm, at Burlington Williams High School….

        Q1	Q2	Q3	Q4	Final
SWRHS	9	15	14	18	56
WMWHS	18	23	15	18	74

Piedmont Triad 3-A Tournament Semifinals from WS Parkland High School:
Southwest Guilford girls 56, Mount Tabor 44
#3 SWG girls vs. #1 Dudley Panthers for the PTA 3-A Tournament Championship on Friday night at 6pm, at WS Parkland High School

WS Parkland boys 62, Smith 50
Parkland vs. Mount Tabor Friday night at 7:30pm for the Piedmont Triad 3-A Conference Tournament Title…
from Wednesday night and from Dan Kibler, with the Winston-Salem Journal and www.journalnow.com:Parkland played a triangle-and-two defense from the opening tip, trying to nullify Khalid Hines and Silas Mason; it worked, as the two Golden Eagles didn’t score in the first half and combined for only 12 points.

PAC 7 2-A Tournament:
High Point Andrews girls 72, Eastern Randolph 56
High Point Andrews in the Championship Game on Friday at 6pm, at Randleman High School

++++++++++Here’s one that is rolling in a little bit late, but we have it for you now courtesy of the High Point Enterprise and the Enterprise opening some eyes today, this report from www.hpenews.com:
T.W. ANDREWS BOYS 57, RANDLEMAN 53

RANDLEMAN – T.J. East scored 20 points as fourth-seeded T.W. Andrews boys rallied from a 12-point halftime deficit to stun top-seeded Randleman 57-53 in the PAC-7 2A tournament semifinals at Randleman on Wednesday night.

Kenel Barrett added 15 points and C.J. Autry had 10 as the Red Raiders (14-10) advanced to play sixth-seeded Jordan-Matthews for the title on Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Randleman High School. The Jets (9-16) upset second-seeded Trinity 57-40 in Wednesday’s other semifinal.

The Randleman Tigers fell to 18-4.++++++++++
(#4 High Point Andrews boys vs. #6 Jordan Matthews on Friday night at Randleman High School, for the PAC 7 2-A Conference Tournament Title.)
CLICK HERE for the full length link, from the High Point Enterprise/HPE News.com.

********************Finals tonight/Wednesday night from Northern Guilford High School on Spencer Dixon Road:********************
Mid-State 3-A Conference Tournament Semifinals

Boys Final:#1 Northern Guilford 65, #4 Person County 50….End of 1st Q:NG 20, Person 7…Halftime:NG 38, Person 22…End of 3rd Q:NG 54, Person 33…Final:NG 65, Person 50….Scores and totals on the way…We are waiting on our good friend Olivia Rollins with those NG boys numbers…We have those numbers now, and thanks to Olivia….
from Twitter:Leading Scorers for Northern Guilford boys:
Carson Lomax-17
Nijah Whitley-16
Nolan Hodge-13
Jackson Helms: 9
Rashawn Pleasant: 4
Oliver Griffith: 4
Josiah Sims: 2

Person
T Outlaw: 13
T Bailey: 12
J Bumphs: 6
J Black: 6
T Thompson: 5
D Newman: 2
Z Norwood: 2
K Holloway: 2
#1 Northern Guilford boys in Friday’s Finals vs. #3 Morehead at Northern Guilford HS, 7:30pm

#1 Northern Guilford girls 50, #5 Northeast Guilford 34
End of 1st Q:Northeast Guilford 17, Northern Guilford 14…Halftime:Northern Guilford 29, Northeast Guilford 22…End of 3rd Q:Northern Guilford 40, Northeast Guilford 34…Final:Northern Guilford 50, Northeast Guilford 34..
Northern held Northeast scoreless in the 4th quarter
#1 NG girls set to face #2 Eastern Alamance girls on Friday night 6pm in the Mid-State 3-A Finals, at Northern Guilford High School, weather permitting…

Northern led in scoring by freshman Jaydn Newsome with 19 points and by senior Jayla Harris with 16 points….
Also you had Milan Gordon with 7 points, Taylor Haynes with 6 and Mikayla Penn with 2 points…

Northeast led by seniors Asia Pearley with 14 points and Carter with 11 points…
NEG with 5 points from Patrick and 4 points from Barrow, in support of Pearley and Carter…

That fourth quarter was the killer for NEG, as the Rams played and stayed close to Northern Guilford, for three periods of the contest…

Coach Kim Furlough from Northern said her Nighthawks turned up the pressure in the 4th quarter, and her ‘Hawks were playing much more aggressive….Newsome was awesome, that is how we saw it, as the freshman played with poise and excellent court awareness for Northern Guilford…Coach Furlough said, “Newsome is advanced beyond her years”…And I would have to also say, Newsome has some pretty good basketball knowledge between her ears, for a freshman…Using the backboard, knowing where she is on the court, knowing how to use backboard on her inside bank shots and knowing how to make the move with her mini-hook shot…She can also take you to the basket off of her dribble and this kid is fun to watch play…Chances are she will hit 50% of her shots from the field and somewhere in the range of 85% from the free throw line, based upon what we have been seeing from her this year/season…

Coach Furlough also praised the leadership of senior Jayla Harris, saying, “Harris is one of the top captains I have ever had here at Northern Guilford”…Jayla Harris, one of the best all-time, at Northern Guilford HS….

Coach Furlough liked the defense of freshman point guard Christina DeLisa…Coach Furlough said, “DeLisa is like a little gnat out there on the court”…Delisa is like a total pest on defense and she has some very good ball-handling skills too, and is well suited to run the point guard spot on the Lady Nighthawks team..

Coach Furlough told us her team will have practice on Thursday morning, since the Guilford County Schools are dismissing early tomorrow…The Nighthawks’ Conference Tournament Championship Game vs. #2 Eastern Alamance will be played on Saturday at 6pm, at Northern Guilford HS, if the teams are unable to play on Friday night due to the weather…
(Kudos to Matt Furlough, for the great job he has been doing with the graphics, on the Northern Guilford girls basketball Twitter site….)

Coach Shawana Polk from the Northeast Guilford girls said her Rams team is young, with only two seniors, Pearley and the point guard Carter…Coach Polk said, “We are growing and improving as a team at Northeast Guilford, and my goal is to see that growth and improvement continue”….Coch Polk said Pearley’s foul troubles in the second half cost her team scoring opportunities, that they couldn’t get back…

**********Other area scores from Wednesday night:**********
North Davidson boys 60, Thomasville 48
Oak Grove girls 44, North Davidson 36
CPC 4-A Tournament:Glenn boys 72, Davie County 55
Glenn in Friday’s final vs. WS Reynolds


  • Basketball said,

    With Parkland changing that defense like they did it’s hard to make an adjustment if you haven’t worked on offense for Triangle and 2. Southeast girls are on a mission looking more and more like back to back state champs. Kadyn Dawkins scored 26 points for Eastern Guilford in 3 quarters now they play BW for the 3rd time and this one at home going to be tough. Eastern Guilford has lost in the last two conference championship games 3rd time might be the charm.

  • Eagles said,

    It is hard to beat a team three times. Parkland has a very good coach and team. He made changes and we did not.

  • Andy Durham said,

    Looks like the High Point Andrews boys delivered the “Stone Cold Stunner” of the week last night, when they knocked off the #1 seeded Randleman Tigers in the PAC 7 2-A Tournament…

    Earlier in the week, a big upset when the #7 Northeast Guilford boys defeated #2 Western Alamance, in the Mid-State 3-A boys First Round action…

  • John said,

    The Southeast Guilford girls are primed to make a run at their second straight 3A State Title. They should be able to make this happen.

    GO FALCONS