More details and scoring reports from last night’s HS basketball games

GW Danville 69
Dudley 62

Eastern Guilford 66
Morehead 54

*****EG led by Brandon Hairston with 26 and Darius Dawkins with 13….*****

Asheboro 62
Eastern Randolph 50

AHS boys coach Brian Nance said his team’s play in the second quarter was the difference in opening up a lead that was too much for the Wildcats to overcome.

“The second quarter, we came out and took off,” Nance said. “We had a lot of energy and intensity. Saegan (Hilliard) passed the ball well inside to (Dayshun) Jones and (Chris) Pratt.”

Our under the radar kid from Randolph County, Saegan Hilliard, had 17 points, 8 assists and 6 steals in a game that was not as close as the score indicates, with a 35-16 Asheboro lead at the half.
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Smith 48
Southern Guilford 35

Smith (4-1) — Lakendra Wilkerson 19, Zhana Winters 10, Katrina Gibson 6, Zhaquondalee Greer 5, Briana Lynn 4, Brooklyn Davis 2, Brianna Garris 2.

Southern Guilford (2-3) — Lindsay Inman 11, Kamille Horne 8, Nichelle Caudle 6, Lyrissa Young 4, Jessica Porter 3, Sylvia Bass 3.


  1. WOW!!!I can’t believe that GW-Danville is that good. Or maybe Dudley just had a off game because Hairston had only 17 when he is averaging like 32 points a game..

  2. GW Danville is that good. #1 ranked team in Virginia. Hairston commented in the Danville newspaper that GW just played great defense. Dudley had an off game because of the pressure defense that GW applied till th buzzer. GW is a powerhouse basketball program in Virginia in the public school sector. Dudley will get another chance at GW when they play in G’boro.

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