Graham Sporting Goods High School Basketball Tonight Finals for 1/7/14:They may be the only public school still Unbeaten, as SA Patriots move to (12-0)/Smith boys run past Dudley

Updated 10:42 PM

Boys Basketball
Smith – 73
Dudley – 52

WS Prep – 55
Bishop McGuinness – 52

Western Guilford – 59
Asheboro – 57

Greensboro Day – 67
High Point Christian – 64

Eastern Alamance – 87
Eastern Guilford – 80
Jr Robinson from Eastern Alamance withi 34 pts and 9 assists..

Page – 82
Southeast – 30

Southern Alamance – 55
Grimsley – 50

McMichael – 62
Northern Guilford – 61
Quan Mims had 39 for McMichael…..Mims is back and you will see Jr. Robinson and Quan Mims battling it our for overall scoring honors in the Mid-State….Jr. Robinson nominated to the McDonald’s All-American game today…First conference loss for NG, now (5-1)….

Caldwell Academy – 52
American Hebrew – 40

Girls Basketball
Greensboro Day – 67
High Point Christian – 18

Northern Guilford – 66
McMichael – 19

Eastern Alamance – 54
Eastern Guilford – 53

Bishop McGuiness – 47
Winston-Salem Prep – 36

Southern Alamance – 62
Grimsley – 30
SA wins and Patriot women are now (12-0)……

Page 53
SEG 46

Kargo with 21 and Casper with 13 for Page…..

3:51 left and Page up 46-43..Shutt down for SEG and hurt…
End of 3rd Q:
Page 39
SEG 36

Kea is still out with ankle…Has been gone since the 1st Q…Kargo with 18 for Page….

Page 27
SEG 25

Campbell Kargo with 10 for Page and Kayla Phifer with 8 for SEG…..

1st Quarter:
Southeast 11
Page 10
*****Paris Kea out for Page with injured ankle…23-17 SEG with 2:50 left in first half…******

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  1. Young players for Page stepped up tonight. SEG looked very out of it. Missed several easy layups and lack of hustle was very noticeable. Refs were very one sided which is normal. Shutt not as mobile as usual, refs let #20 hold all game. Hats off to Page they took advantage of every opportunity.

  2. GDS boys very quick with Moore, Rouse, McIntyre, Mayo and then you add in Agba and that is a very tough five and Will Dillard has been giving them good minutes off of the bench….Marshall Macheledt gave them a good boost inside tonight too….HPCA was quick at the guards and they got off their shots very quickly too….Quick to the basket….

    HPCA is still a very good and competitive team….

  3. Boys

    Northern Guilford-61
    McMichael-62. Quan Mims had 39 for McMichael. The kid can fill it up.

  4. Page girls played through the adversity of losing Kea for the game. #20 played a smart defensive game and make Shutt work for her points. Good opening conference win for the Page girls.

  5. Very good effort by the Page girls tonight….To win minus Paris was huge….Kargo and Casper had them on the board and early Sherman couldn’t buy a basket, but she started hitting some late shots….#23 for SEG was snake-bit on that right side layup, she worked her tail off and got steals and could not finish with the two….Casper hit some key free throws late too for Page and I was impressed with the confidence Page showed without Paris in there with them as their leader….A big win for Page and if would have told Coach Newton that he would get a chance to face Page without Paris Kea and that his Falcons would lose, he would have said you must be crazy, but Page did come through and they deserved that one tonight at the Mac Morris Gym….

  6. How about them GDS boys tonight? Down by like 17 or 18 early and came back to win. Agba dominated the paint! HPC had no answer for him. 24 points and 29 (YES I SAID 29) rebounds! HPC plays fast and furious with great intensity but once GDS got comfortable with the speed and didn’t turn it over it was all Bengals. They are playing pretty good basketball right now. Two recent wins that nobody thought they would get. Page now HPC.

  7. Happy to see the Smith Eagles get a win AT DUDLEY for a change…seem like it’s been since Tracey Gathings was there that they won against Dudley and tonight his little brother played. After opening an 18 point lead that dwindled to 10, the boys hung in there. A LOT of 3 point shooting tonight, but Dudley just didn’t look as cohesive as they normally looked. Smith played more like a team and I’m hoping to see a good game with them and Page. Pretty nice size crowd for a Tuesday night, but hey, it’s SMITH-DUDLEY, so it will always draw a crowd. No real stand out stars on either team so it seemed more like ‘anybody’s game’….Oh, and Will Graves was there…not sure if PJ was.

  8. We must be talking about Southern Alamance Girls being undefeated, because my Northwest Vikings beat them by almost 40 points and I see on Maxpreps that they’re 3-7 (boys)

  9. Agba with 24 points and 29 rebounds, that is something to talk about…Don’t see numbers like 29 rebounds in a game all that often, unless Charles Barkley was still in high school or maybe a high school version of Wes Unseld…

  10. Paris might have played a total of 3-4 minutes, she hit a three and that was it…Turned her ankle over on move with the ball out front and was called for a charge on the play…Sat down with the bad ankle and never returned…They tried to tape it up and see if she could go, but no, needed ice….

    Kargo(Campbell) really stepped up her scoring for Page and Casper did too…Kargo with 21 and Casper with 13….Page also got support from Sherman, Polite, Carter and the Jackson kid, who we not seen much of previously, she also was heloing and I think she had 4 points off of the bench….May have left a name or two out and if so, sorry about that….

    SEG had plenty of chances, but they missed too many layups after hard-earned steals…..Jewel Tunsley gave SEG a very good game on the inside, but SEG needed more support….Jeffers, I think it was gave them some support, but they needed more…Shutt went down with injury late in the game, but she did return…I beleive Shutt had three three’s, but she probably she have got at least a couple of more….

    Close game, but it was Page getting the job done, with Paris watching from the sidelines…Got to give it up to the Page girls, they stepped up….And again, if you would have told Coach Newton before the game that he would lose to Page without Paris playing, he would have called you crazy…..There is not a coach alive that wouldn’t want a shot like that, but Page was up to the task last night…..

  11. Azura Stevens (girls Duke commit) out of Raleigh had 28 rebounds in the Christmas tourney..she had 3 days of 25+ rebounding games that tourney. It is more common than not

  12. Good to see Caldwell get a win last night. They have some players who are really serious about basketball and looking to play at the next level, they just don’t see the court enough. Hoping that will change so we can see more wins for the Eagles.

  13. McGuinness girls up 20 on WS Prep in the 4th and must have called off the dogs. Boys missed 3 at the buzzer to tie but should have won that game anyway. Tough atmosphere at WS Prep. Good game.

  14. Really, the next level? AHA and ORMA are 2 big wins!!! Should have seen the court a lot in those games other than from the bench. Very subtle shot at a coach I believe. I am on my best behavior this year, so I am not even gloating about what a fantastic season the Bengals are having.

  15. Pride before a fall. Please “Dale Fulton” don’t ever put down a kid’s dreams or potential ability to achieve at whatever level they wish to achieve. It is not like GDS has been stocking the bench at UNC or Wake. Last years GDS class was one of the best ever for this area and none of those kids are playing “high D1” basketball. They are all at extremely high education (book’s first) school but don’t use your GDS experience to help filter what the rest of the county or other private school kids or programs are doing. GDS has a great program with high quality kids and so do other programs. Let your program speak for itself and let others develop their own programs and lead kids to success in their way and not your weird view of the world. I am 100% positive the rest of the GDS family does not see the world from the view of your eyes (if you have any).

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