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Finals from Thursday night’s HS Hoops Action:
Southeast Guilford girls 67, High Point Central 55
End of 1st Q:HPC 19, SEG 13…Halftime:HPC 32, SEG 28…End of 3rd Q:SEG 54, HPC 46…Final:SEG 67, HPC 55
SEG Scoring:Kennedi Simmons 21 pts., Kristen Roberts 19 pts., Sydney Roberts 15 pts., Raven Preston 8 pts., Shunte Bethea 8 pts…..
HPC scoring:Olivia Stubbs 16 pts., Kiera Williams 12 pts., Valencia Banks 10 pts., Jamela Harden 9 pts., Ty Smith 8 pts……
++++++++++One of the major differences in the game, was HP Central post player Kiera Williams getting into foul trouble early in the 3rd quarter, and while she sat, SEG went to work and took over the game….Williams had 12 points in the first and she was dominating early inside, but in the second half, Williams did not score at all for HPC, and she finished the game, with the same 12 points she had in the first half…HP was hurting with Williams on the bench and by the time she got in the ball game in the 4th quarter, she could not get back into the flow of the game, she had just been sitting too long and she lost her rhythm…Kennedi Roberts, Kristen Roberts and Sydney Roberts got hot from three-point range(10 three’s among those 3 Falcons) and SEG never looked back, and ended taking the victory and the Falcons were in total control, once they took over the lead in this game…..++++++++++
High Point Central boys 58, Southeast Guilford 54
End of 1st Q:HPC 17, seg 12…Halftime:HPC 29, SEG 18…End of 3rd Q:SEG 36, HPC 35…Final:HPC 58, SEG 54
HP Central scoring: Abwok-Dieng 24 pts., Jyree Ford 18, Jamel Marbury 7, Mason Bowers 3, Trent Westray 2, Jumorris Carter 2, Will Gillis 2….(6’8 Junior Mading failed to score for HPC…He got some rebounds, he blocked some shots, but HP Central needs to get this tall, lean kid, involved in the offense….They are working on it, but I would like to see some scoring from this young man.)
SEG Scoring: Lars Nilsen 19 pts., Cameron Kimber 13, Antonio Hooks 8, Cody Fuller 7, Karel Vachutka 5, Kanette Givens 2……
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Page girls 47, Western Guilford 33
See Game Report…
Page boys 58, Western Guilford 43
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final Western Guilford 9 11 12 11 43 Page 11 17 20 10 58
North Davidson boys 90, Oak Grove 69
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Southern Guilford boys 58, Caldwell Academy 41
Piedmont Classical School boys 86, Sagemont 39
Vandalia Christian School girls 43, WS Carver 23
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final VCHS 13 7 12 11 43 Carver 0 3 4 16 23
WS Carver boys 71, Vandalia Christian School 45
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final VCHS 6 11 18 10 45 Carver 20 22 13 16 71
Stewart’s Creek boys 89, New Garden Friends School 47
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final Stewarts Creek 15 32 28 14 89 NGFHS 13 9 13 12 47
High Point Christian Academy boys 84, Williamsburg Christian 60
Lovejoy, Georgia girls 45, Northwest Guilford 36
**********Lovejoy (GA) defeated Northwest Guilford (NC) 45-36 to advance to the semifinal round of the 2018 CresCom Bank Holiday Invitational at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center.**********
TURNING POINT: Lovejoy scored the first five points of the game, built leads as large as 11 points in the first half, and took a 26-16 lead into the locker room at halftime. Lovejoy forced Northwest Guilford into 21 turnovers in the contest and scored 23 points off of those miscues.
LOVEJOY STAT LEADERS: Anaya Boyd’s 18 points paced the Wildcats.
NORTHWEST GUILFORD STAT LEADERS: Cayla King led all scorers with 23 points….Also 7 rebounds for Cayla King….
RECORDS: Lovejoy 12-2, Northwest Guilford 5-2
WHERE ARE THEY FROM: Lovejoy – Lovejoy, GA. Northwest Guilford – Greensboro, NC.