Game Report on Northwest Guilford-Southeast Guilford Boys Basketball:Nothing nicer than a Big Night from Jalen Spicer as NWG pushes its record to (4-0), now can they reach the Haeco unbeaten?

Taking flight from the majestic scenery of route 421, the Falcons of Southeast Guilford soared down Northwest School Road seeking to comfortably nest inside the confines of the Roger Nelson Gymnasium. Decorated in their grey uniforms, the Northwest Vikings eagerly anticipated the high-flying Pleasant Garden representatives.

With Southeast seeking to earn its second victory of the early season, the mighty Vikings looked to ruffle some feathers en route to push their own record to 4-0.

After a tightly contested 1st quarter that ended with a slim two point for the home team, the Vikings turned up the pressure in the 2nd stanza to the tune of a 27-11 quarter to take an 18-point halftime lead.

Northwest ultimately finished off the 2nd half with an 86-55 victory.

Jalen Spicer lead the Vikings with 13 points and 7 assists. Thomas Hennigan stuffed the stat sheet with 12 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists and 4 steals. Tre Turner chipped in with 7 points and 10 huge rebounds. Reggie Davis, Matt Rakes and Thomas Smith each contributed 9 points for Northwest.

Jerimiah Dickerson and Judah Watkins lead the Falcons with and 16 and 10 points respectively.

                                        1st		2nd		3rd		4th 
NORTHWEST GUILFORD			17		27		22		20
SOUTHEAST GUILFORD			15		11		12		17

Jalen Spicer 13; Thomas Hennigan: 12; Christian Hampton 10; R. Davis 9; Matt Rakes: 9; Thomas Smith 9; Tre Turner: 7; Jacob Davis 5; Kyle Sullivan 4; Landon Sutton 4; David Funderburg 2; Jacob Leonard 2;

J. Dickerson 16; Judah Watkins 10; Cody Fuller 7; John James 6; Kaleb Brooks 4; Desmond Freeman 4; Tali Thomas 3; Charles Mc Millan 2; S. Thomas 2; Triston Leonard

Submitted by: Northwest Coaching Staff