Wesleyan-Greensboro Day School rematch on the internet tomorrow night


Bengals Looking to Bounce Back after Suffering First Loss

High Point, North Carolina – Tickets for the sold-out and much anticipated rematch between Greensboro Day School and Wesleyan Christian Academy may be impossible to come by, but fans can still see the game. NetCast Sports Network will be broadcasting the game online for those who are unable to attend in person.

This game will feature several future collegiate players as well as some of the top basketball prospects in the nation, including Christian Hairston of Greensboro Day who has signed with Furman University and teammate Reggie Dillard who will play college basketball at Presbyterian College.

Greensboro Day has several other solid collegiate prospects including uncommitted Reed Lucas, who helped the team remain undefeated until last week’s loss to Christ School. Christ School is led by 6’8” forward Shannon Hale, an Alabama commit.


  1. This sounds like a Wesleyan fan trying to fire up their fanbase and players. GDS did not destory WES during the first game. GDS simply out hustled WES and frustated their ball flow. WES will make the necessary adjustments and this game will be a lot closer either way. Nobody at GDS is crazy enough to believe that WES is not the top talent team in the state.

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