Friday Night Scorers Feaver:Boys and Girls High/Top Scorers from Friday 12/9/11

Special to Greensborosports.com:

Girls

1. Brittany Clency: Western Guilford: 38 pts: destroyed Page and have Western
Guilford off to 6-0 start!
2. Imani Atkinson: Wesleyan: 27 pts: good production but don’t know level of teams
played
3 Cox: High Point Christian: 22 pts: filled the rafters
4. Tevyn Jones: High Point Central: 21 pts: season high
5. Natalie Harper: NWG: 18 pts: team off to very bad start
Ally Darnell: Ragsdale: 18 pts: team has hard time scoring and is not good
6. Whitney Parks: Eastern Guilford: 17 pts: scores career high as team open with
conference win
7. Kara Shutt: SEG: 16 pts: doing a good job for Coach Newton’s team.
Kenice Purvis: Westchester: 16 pts: don’t know if she really benefits by playing
out there.
Micquaja Jenkins: High Point Central: 16 pts: is she any kin to the kid that
played at Eastern last year?
8. Kenya Hailey: SEG: 15 pts: continues to stay consistent and SEG is winning.
Ronata Rogers: Greensboro Day: 15 pts: still needs to develop a midrange shot.
Iamani Watkins: Andrews: 15 pts: still has the makings of a pretty good player.
Paris Kea: Page: 15pts: still considered the areas best player
9. Khadeja Wilkerson: Greensboro Day: 14 pts: best outing of the season and
Appalachian State is glad to hear that.
Brandi Robinson: Smith: 14 pts: top scorer in the Dudley versus Smith game.
Meghan Ingram: Westchester: 14 pts: solid game
Sarah Beal: Thomasville Prep: 14
10. Alexis Robinson: Northern Guilford: 12 pts; the most consistent player on the
team and is now the true leader
Myra Henderson: Southern Guilford: 12 pts: good game
KK Rouse: Dudley: 12 pts: reached double figures.
Jannina Koivunen: Thomasville Prep: 12

Boys 20 POINT PRODUCERS

1.Matthew Uchedike: Caldwell Academy: 26 pts: there will be more of these
2. Malik Wright: SEG: 24 pts; Scoring Machine
3. Jaquel Richmond: Wesleyan: 22 pts: seasons best and knows the game
John McBeth: NG: 22 pts: another good game
Cody Hylton: NWG: 22 pts:good scorer
4. Frankie Eaves: Page: 21 pts: productivity matches jersey number
Hunter Clary:NWG: 21 pts: can fill it up.
Tracy Gathings: Smith:21 pts: good player but needs more help from Wimbush in
the paint
5. Quenton Millner: Western Guilford: 21 pts: needs to do it on a regular basis

note: Coaches and stat reporters please continue to get those numbers in so that we
can post them. It allows college coaches from across the country to have a place to
google and look up a particular individual during the season because many of them do
not have the time during the regualr season to come see a player. When there is
nothing to look up on a player they simply move on to the next. Not reporting does
not help a student athlete.

2 comments

  1. Went back to last night’s box from our site and picked them up and they have now been added….

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