More scores/finals are on the way in…
WS Parkland boys 74, Dudley 66
Northeast Guilford girls 61, Southwest Guilford 48…NEG(4-0)/SWG(2-2)
Must have been some Ram defense from the ‘Lock Box’, as Lashonda Monk(SWG) was held to one point and the Rams were glad to see the return of Nichelle Jeffries to their lineup…
Bishop McGuinness boys 72, North Wilkes 62…Bishop(1-0)
Western Guilford boys 66, Ragsdale 51…WG(3-1)/Ragsdale(2-3)…
Southern Guilford girls 48, Trinity 33…SG(3-0)/Trinity(0-5)
Page boys 66, Morehead 64…Page(2-1)…Tylan Tatum of Page looks to be the top scorer on the night with 30 points for the Pirates….
Northwest Guilford boys 78, Northern Guilford 45…NWG(1-0)/NG(1-2)
Northern Guilford girls 58, Northwest Guilford 47…NG(3-0)/NWG(1-1)…Elissa Cunane with 19 and Sammi Furlough with 16 for NG, Lindsay Gauldin with 13 and Cayla King with 10 for NWG….
Page girls 64, Morehead 49…..Page(3-0)/Morehead(1-2)
Southwest Guilford boys 88, Northeast Guilford 50…SWG(2-1)/NEG(2-2)
High Point Central girls 37, Asheboro 21…HP Central off to a (2-0) start..
High Point Central boys 65, Asheboro 46
Wesleyan Christian Academy boys 90, Wake Christian 38….WES(5-0)
Final from the Dillard Athletic Center:
Greensboro Day School boys 73, Providence Day School 52
End of 1st Q:GDS 16, PROV 10…Halftime:PROV 29, GDS 27…End of 3rd Q:GDS 46, PROV 36…Final:GDS 73, PROV 52
Big night, almost like a career best night for GDS’ Jordan Perkins with 20 points to lead the Bengals….JP Moorman in next with 16 points and at least 10 rebounds, Perkins with 6 boards, John Newman Jr. in double-digits with 10 points for GDS, Will Dillard and Pearce Landry with 8 points each for GDS with Will getting his inside and Pearce on the outside with 2 three’s…Alex Michael added 5 points, Perry had four and Solomon Smith chipped in two for the GDS Bengals….
GDS now at (8-0) for the season and the have more NCISAA regular season games coming up, plus the Chick-fil-A Tournament in South Carolina in mid-December and the Haeco Tournament just after Christmas….A busy December for the GDS Bengals and a very strong effort tonight coming out of halftime in a warm Dillard Athletic Center….
Trey Wertz led the Providence Chargers with 23 points and Devon Dotson added 17 for Providence….Dotson and Wertz are both top-level DI prospects…Wertz with at least 6 three’s on the night…
On the Girls side at the Dillard Athletic Center the final was:
Providence Day 43, Greensboro Day 37….GDS led most of the second half and the Lady Bengals gave a great effort, but could not pull off the upset of the well-established Chargers from Providence Day, who have something like 7 straight NISAA Girls 3-A State Titles…Might not be exactly 7 in a-row, but is is a number that will almost knock you down…Good job by the Bengals tonight….