courtesy of SG Coach William Whitaker and from the Wednesday News and Record and on-line at www.news-record.com:
Southern Guilford 53, Southwest Randolph 48
Kamille Horne scored 10 of her 20 points in the decisive fourth quarter to
lead Southern Guilford to victory.
Southern Guilford 12 7 14 20 – 53
Southwest Randolph 8 12 14 14 – 48
Southern Guilford (5-11, 2-2) – Camille Horne 20, Jasmine Harper 11, Lindsay
Inman 8, Michelle Caudle 7, Sylvia Bass 5, Alexis Moore 1, Debrisha Barnes
Southwest Randolph (2-3 conf.) – Samantha Craven 20, Analiz White 8, Kelsey
Hoover 7, Cynthia Hayes 6, Karlee Long 3, Brooke Hayes 2, Natalie Hesty 2.
from the Asheboro Courier-Tribune at www.courier-tribune.com:
Southwestern Randolph High School evened its record in Mid-Piedmont Conference basketball action.
Unfortunately, that was because of a doubleheader split against Southern Guilford, highlighted by a 57-49 boysâ€™ victory after the girls were stunned 53-48 in the opener at Jack Castelloe Gymnasium Tuesday night.
The Cougars pounced early in the fourth quarter, answering a pesky Storm rally that saw a lead that was as big as 12, cut in half. But point guard Jake Yow hit a 3-pointer with just over 5 minutes left and fellow senior guard Tate Byers scored 7 of SWRâ€™s last 13 points to keep SG at bay.