Weekend’s Best from High School Basketball

Special to Greensborosports.com…..


1. Keniece Purvis: Westchester:34 pts: bounced back from 8 against Bishop Mcginness
2. Sammi Goldsmith: Bishop Mcguiness: 26 pts:in win
3.Brianna Lynn: Smith: 22 pts: has Smith off to 3-1 start
Erica Williams: Rabon Gap: 22 pts; good outing
4.Emily Justice:Rabon Gap:21 pts: duel threat
Brittany Clency: Western Guilford: 21 pts: front runner for conference player of
the year: 3-0 start
5.Tamera Thorpe; Greensboro Day: 20 pts:has team off to 6-0 start
Katie Rice: Westchester: 20 pts: lilshooter just keeps on shootin
6. Brianna Burgins: SWG: 19 pts: will be the next SWG star
7. Jessica Pone: SWG:18 pts: Campbell signee against Bishop Mcginness in loss
8. Zena Lovett: SWG: 16 pts: front runner for Area player of the year
Alyssa Munson: NWG: 16 pts: team off to dissapointing start
Suzanna Ricard: Caldwell: 16 pts: good game
9. Anna Massey; Wesleyan: 15 pts: keep it rolling
Hadara Bannister: HP Christian: 15 pts: must suatain it
10. Karima Jacskon; Eastern Guilford: 14 pts: one of the most improved players in
the area
Zhan Greer: Smith: 14 pts: off to solid start and team 3-1
Peyton Kadlecek: Caldwell: 14 pts: thought for a second it was Cadillac
Natalie Harper: NWG: 14 pts: did not score enough to beat Western Guilford


1. Malik Wright: SEG: 37 pts: career high for the Falcon
2. Montay Brandon: Wesleyan: 36 pts: FSU signee showing why they wanted him
3. Hunter Clary: NWG: 32 pts: came up one point short in loss to Western
4.Jeff Mosely: Western Guilford: 26 pts: showing why he had the talent last year as
Tevin Johnson:SEG: 26 pts: part of Dynamic Duo at SEG
5.Terrel Leach; SWG: 25 pts: One of the toughest players with skills in Guilford County
Matt Uchedike:Caldwell: 25 pts: most unique name along with ability
6. Brandon Hairston: Eastern Guilford: 23 pts: another good game
7. Michael Obacha: Highpoint Christian: 22 pts: Michael roll the boat ahore hallejuha!
8. Kanayo Obi-Rapu Jr : New Gardens: 21 pts: trying saying that 10 times

Note: Page’s Paris Kea has just returned to action and scored 12 points in the win
over Ragsdale.