Tuesday night basketball court in session: GDS goes to (9-0), WG, Smith and HPC winners

Results from the Tuesday evening games:
At Smith HS:
High Point Central 66
Smith 31

Smith 61
High Point Central 57

GREENSBORO – High Point Central’s girls held Smith to just seven points in each of the first three quarters while rolling to a 66-31 victory in Tuesday’s nonconference game.

Four Bison scored in double figures, with Cedrica Gibson posting 14 points and Brittany Gwyn, Hadara Bannister and Arielle Harris each coming in with 11. Megan Tate and Katie Bryson added eight points for Central, now 2-0 for the year.

Harris led the rebounding effort with eight boards, while Gibson picked up six assists. Smith, which trailed 37-14 at the half, was paced by Quan Greer’s 11 points.

In the boys game, Smith pulled out a 61-57 decision. The Bison (0-2) got 24 points from Derek Grant, 11 from Shaq Bethea and 10 by Sam Eberhart, while Smith was paced by Tracy Gathings’ 14 points.

At Southern Guilford:
Western Guilford 62
Southern Guilford 39

Western Guilford 61
Southern Guilford 38

****We will have more info on this game coming later tonight and again in the morning….

We saw a lot of people at this game including Greg and Ellen Thompson from Beef ‘O’ Brady’s, Reggie Perkins from WG, Jim Clontz-WG AD, Daryl Brown-SG football coach, Coach Whitaker from SG, Nini Whitaker, and quite a few others turned out to take in this Tuesday night ball game.*****

The SG-WG girl’s game was WG up 25-24 at the half after a late 9-0 run by SG with three, three’s in a row by Camille Horne to tie it at 24-24 and then one free throw by Jordan Lanham put WG back up by one point. Horne led SG, while Catrina Green and Lanham led Western.

The boys game was 35-14 WG at the half. WG led by Wilkerson, Spinks and Stutts at the half and in the second half it was Reggie Perkins and DeEric Baldwin for the Hornets and Nick Bell, Eddie Odom and Austen Thompson were getting big for SG….

We are also now hearing and we are now reporting, that Grimsley defeated Ragsdale and that Eastern topped SWG….These scores just came in from some of out outlying precients.

Dudley 74
Reagan 63
*****Dudley is now (2-0) with PJ Hairston hitting for 35 tonight, along with 11 for Brennan Wyatt, 10 for Dominique Byrd and 7 for Jaquel Richmond….Dudley will host Southern Alamance on Thursday night.*****

Plus we have….

Greensboro Day School 72
Caldwell Academy 54
Home: Greensboro Day(9-0)– final: 72

First Quarter: 23

Second Quarter: 9

Third Quarter: 27

Fourth Quarter: 13

#15 Jordan Robertson: 19

1 Brandon Dorsett: 15

22 John Terry: 14

11 Jimbo Brumley: 12

2 Robert Kleinman: 9

44 Quayshad Williams: 2

00 Luke Thomas: 1

Away: Caldwell- final: 54

First Quarter: 14

Second Quarter: 8

Third Quarter: 16

Fourth Quarter: 16

#4 Will Saunders: 16

21 Michael Page: 14

23: Ewing Carter: 12

15 Matt Liebmann: 6

30 Daniel Apple: 3

5 Josh Jones: 2

25 Ben Bell: 1


  1. I just looked for it over on the Dudley web site at Dudleybasketball.com and it’s not there yet. Also checked at digtriad.com and at news-record.com and no hs scores at either site….

    We’ll keep looking and hopefully someone will come over here with that score and more scores….

  2. Just checked the High Point Enterprise on-line at hpe.com and nothing on that game or any other game for that matter…..They did have a story on Max Meeks retiring from WMFR 1230AM on Jan. 1, 2010…..

    We need to hear from all of our Vivian Stringers out there with those scores!

  3. No wonder GDS always wins little 4, they will play 14 games before little 4. they will be way more polished than the other teams. my team is just getting footbaall players back. i think all teams in little 4 should have to play under same rules.

  4. The score from the Dudley site was Panthers 74, Reagan 63 with PJ for 35 points…

    Maybe they should make Greensboro Day School bring back football and they wouldn’t have the chance to start basketball so early….Probably not going to work, but they could extend soccer season through the Thanksgiving Holidays….

    You never, never know……

  5. Eastern beat Southwest in the boys game 72-68 at Southwest. The Eastern girls also won by about 6.

  6. no wonder – you said GDS wins the little 4 each year because they start their season earlier than the public schools. i would suggest to you that is a crazy statement. GDS and ORMA had only practiced and played for about 2 weeks when they played in Charlotte but I did not hear either of them make excuses. Northern has not used any excuses from what I have read even though they have several kids from football that could make them better. maybe your school should adopt a similar program to what Dudley has put into place. the Dudley program encourages kids to choose either football or basketball. clearly there are some kids from the football that can help the basketball team at Dudley but there is no one from the football team that will make or break their season. there are no kids at GDS that play soccer or potential football that would make a difference. the Northern team is the only that will get better with the football teams season ending.

    the bottomline is that if you need football to end in order for your team to win, then your season is already over. GDS wins year after year not because of superior individual players or because they have been playing since early November. they are winning this tournament and others because they have superior coaching, a superior program and a schedule that test their abilities outside of the conference. Dudley is the only other program in town that can match the GDS overall basketball program. GDS and Dudley have dominated the little 4 (pizza hut) for decades and they will continue to do such because their programs are superior, the school culture demands excellences and the community expects the same.

    i miss Dudley being in the tournament because GDS has not peer without them. this city has 2 kings of basketball – GDS and Dudley.

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