Several championships on the line tonight and we will have them covered for you here at the site.
We have tried to go above and beyond in our coverage this week and in doing so we have sought out and brought in resources from the Asheboro Courier-Tribune, the Eden Daily News, the Burlington Times, the Winston-Salem Journal and as always the on-line service from the New and Record.
We have just about all of your scores from last night up today and our biggest challenge right now is getting the news on the teams from High Point Andrews and Southwest Guilford and we hope to have that up for you by early afternoon at the latest. For some wacked-out reason the High Point Enterprise wants you to got through a 20 minute log-in procedure to read their information. We will make a few phone calls.
Regular season game:
Greensboro Day School at High Point Wesleyan
For tonight we have the Metro 4-A Finals at the Mac Morris Gym on the Page HS campus:
Women’s final: #1 Northwest Guilford vs. #2 Smith 6PM
Men’s final: #1 Page vs. #2 Grimsley
*****We will have Paul Lambeth at this game for us with updates on AM950 radio at the 3-minute, 6-minute and end of each quarter. Twelve updates and a LIVE post-game report with Paul Lambeth on AM950.*****
+++++We will also have Joe Barile at Page and Joe will have the write-up of tonight’s BIG game at Greensborosports.com later tonight or early Saturday.+++++
Triad 3-A Tournament Championships at Northeast Guilford:
Girl’s Final: #1 Dudley vs. #2 Rockingham County
Boy’s Final: #1 Northern Guilford vs. #2 Dudley
*****We will have this one for you as well on AM950 with the update on the girl’s game and the boy’s pre-game beginning at 7pm. We did the Metro 4-A tourney on radio last year and if you remember it became a Saturday afternoon game at Grimsley where #2 Page came in and upset #1 Grimsley. They had to play on Saturday because of snow during the week and everything got pushed back a day. Johnathan Leonard had to miss the game for Grimsley, because he had to be away at Soccer Tournament on Saturday. Metro last year and now Triad this year and we will have both games covered for you.*****
North State 2-A Girl’s Tournament Finals at UNCG:
#1 Eastern Guilford vs. #2 Reidsville
Mid-Piedmont 3-A Complete Ragsdale takes both titles….
Piedmont Triad 3-A Tournament:We are checking on the HPA boys and the SWG girls
High Point Andrews score from Wednesday and it looks like they will playing WS Reagan for the title tonight>
2/18/2009 HPA @ Carver (Winston-Salem, NC) 55-48=’s HPA (Win)
Reagan boys 64, Parkland 55: Ryan Brubaker scored 16 points as No. 2 Reagan(18-7) upended No. 3 Parkland in last night’s semifinals at Carver.
#1 High Point Andews vs. #2 WS Reagan tonight at WS Carver, boys Finals at 7:30
Glenn girls 52, SW Guilford 37: Madison Dulaney scored 23 points and added five steals as No. 3 Glenn defeated No. 2 Southwest Guilford(13-12) last night at Carver.
Central Piedmont 4-A
Mount Tabor boys 82, Reynolds 74: Josh Hicks and C.J. Harris scored 20 points apiece as top-seeded Mount Tabor beat No. 4 Reynolds in the semifinals last night at Bryson Gym.
Mike Grace added 17 points for Mount Tabor.
North Forsyth boys 62, West Forsyth 55: Jairus Simms had 30 points, on 10 of 15 shooting, as No. 3 North Forsyth tripped No. 2 West Forsyth in last night’s semifinals at Reynolds.
Gerry Hairston added 14 points for North Forsyth, which will play top-seeded Mount Tabor(24-1) in tonight’s championship.
Bishop McGuinness girls 70, East Surry 35: Whitney Knight scored 24 points, including 15 in the first half, as top-seeded Bishop McGuinness(23-4) easily defeated No. 2 East Surry last night at Mount Airy.
Brittany Cox, who was named the tournament’s MVP, added 20 points, including 12 in the first half. Megan Buckland added 12 points.
Mount Airy boys 74, Bishop McGuinness 69: Wade Moody scored 23 points last night as No. 2 Mount Airy edged top-seeded Bishop McGuinness in last night’s championship game at Mount Airy.
Mount Airy led 16-11 after the first quarter, but Ross Diachenko scored nine points in the second quarter for McGuinness as it sliced the lead to 34-31 at halftime.