Our high school basketball scoreboard is on the way, but first we bring you a local restaurant update…We have seen several leave us recently, and now we can add another to the Greensboro Restaurants that have closed list…
**********If you are hungry for a full meal on Lawndale Drive, one of those buffet meals that won’t leave hungry, you can no longer count on the Golden Corral on Lawndale Drive…First it was Steak n Shake on Lawndale Drive gone, then we saw the Your House on Battleground Avenue shut their doors forever, and now the Golden Corral on Lawndale Drive is gone for good…**********
The official/unofficial announcement:The Lawndale location closed Wednesday according to the News & Record. They could not meet new franchise requirements – the Wendover location was recently remodeled to meet the requirements. Lawndale location did not have the space required
Now that we have your attention and we have some of you mad with stomachs a growling, here are your Friday night high school basketball scores…..
Page boys 76, Southwest Guilford 59
Southwest Guilford girls 67, Page 22
SWG Cowgirls offense goes 23-58 from the field and that includes 6-20 shooting from three-point range….SWG Cowgirls defense allows only 4 points in the second quarter and just 2 points allowed by the Cowgirls in the 4th and final quarter…See game report here at the site for more info on this game/contest….Most coaches at any school will take the offensive and defensive output that the SWG Cowgirls were showing in the game at Page, tonight…The Page Pirates are showing improvement…It is a big help to have Reagan Maynard back on board and helping the offense get the basketball across half court…Kira Lineberry had a beautiful blocked shot on defense and the Pirates overall, are starting to rebound the ball better…The Pirates have to find a better way to hang on to the ball, once they get their hands on it…SWG’s Tira Nycok and Jocelyn Faust would both be members of their All-Conference team, if we voted tonight, and maybe they could land spots on the All-County/All-Area team…
Page boys vs. Southwest Guilford…Final:Page 76, Southwest Guilford 59
End of 1st Q:Page 19, Southwest Guilford 7…Halftime:Page 32, SWG 29…End of 3rd Q:Page 55, SWG 45…Coming out of halftime and working in the third quarter, Page had an 8-0 run going, as Page went from all tied up at 39-39, to Page in front, 47-39…
Page was getting steals, made layups, and then the run goes to a 10-0 Pirates’ run, then it was up to a 11-0, then a 13-0 Page run and then SWG was finally able to put a stop to that Page Pirates’ 13-0 run…
Lots of after Christmas turnovers in this game, but I can say this, Page got a huge spark from Tyler McIntyre off of the Pirates bench and Page got a big/huge dunk from Jason Sellars…
Jaden Ellis was his usual self with some break-down dribble-penetration and cross-over cutter dribbling can break down the defense and get Ellis all the way to the basket in just a few quick dribble-cutting move…One of the better slices/slashers in the county and he/Ellis does a very good job of using that dribble to break down his opponent, and to get himself to basket…He will lose the ball occasionally and sometimes the shot doesn’t fall, but at least 93% of the time, Jaden Ellis is putting his team in position to score, and to the team totals…..
Jeremy Mull and Bryce Causey have been sensational for Southwest Guilford all season long, and tonight was no exception, as Mull and Casusey did all that they could do to keep the SWG Cowboys in this game…Solid effort from Miles Taylor and others from “The Ranch”, as well…
++++++++++Top Scorers from Page:Jason Sellars 21 points, Zion Connor 16 points, Jaden Ellis 11 points, Jonathan Campbell 10 points…..Top scorers from the Southwest Guilford Cowboys:Bryce Causey 21 points, Jeremy Mull 17 points, Miles Taylor 9 points…..++++++++++
Northern Guilford boys 54, Eastern Alamance 37
Eastern Alamance girls 44, Northern Guilford 39
Eastern Alamance(7-3/2-1)…Northern Guilford(8-4/2-1)
Greensboro Day School boys 58, Wesleyan Christian Academy 47
Ragsdale girls 53, East Forsyth 38
Ragsdale girls now (11-2)/East(5-5)
Ragsdale will take on Dudley tomorrow at Ragsdale @4pm.
East Forsyth boys 60, Ragsdale 55
Grimsley boys 63, WS Reagan 37
Grimsley boys(8-4)/WS Reagan(4-8)
WS Reagan girls 58, Grimsley 24
JV Boys Basketball:WS Reagan 47, Grimsley 41
You know he will, Ole Ange is going to get those scores for you, one way or another, and this time around we find the score of interest at Kendrick Barlow’s Twitter site:
Hebron Christian Academy 51, Northwest Guilford 48
Hebron remains undefeated. This one went down to the buzzer with both teams showing a strong will to win. It was close. Malia Fisher and Nicole Azar has 11 but Reagan Kargo led all with 23 points for Northwest Guilford.
*****The Northwest Guilford Lady Vikings are back in action tomorrow morning at McEachern High School vs. Landmark Christian at 11am….
Thalia Carter (NW Guilford) 2020
One of the more competitive players on court two today, TC has a next level gear that saw her blow by defenders with ease. She can really set the tempo and her hard nose defense almost lead a late charge. She can help a programs culture ASAP.
@MathurineAgency on Reagan Kargo (NW Guilford) 2020
-although her second half wasn’t as strong shooting wise, she showed a good feel for scoring and displayed it on all 3 levels. She also showed her physicality fighting on the glass coming away wit 9 rebs to go with 23 points. Fearless
High Point Andrews girls 64, High Point Central 21
Andrews girls(8-1)/Central girls(0-12)
Here’s the one to watch tonight as the Northwest Guilford Vikings’ Chris Hampton gets warmed up at the Chance Harmon Classic Slam Dunk Contest, in Floyd, Virginia….CLICK HERE and you are right there, with another Christian Hampton fabulous dunk….Courtesy of Jack Herron, on Twitter…
Victory Rock boys 80, Northwest Guilford 75
NWG(10-3)/Victory Rock, from (Sarasota, Florida(3-1)
Chance Harmon Classic in Floyd, Virginia
Eastern Guilford boys 77, Southern Guilford 36
Gospel Light Christian School 55, Vandalia Christian School 26
Gospel Light Christian School 54, Vandalia Christian School 25
North Davidson girls 47, Central Davidson 45
Here’s the way the games were shaping up tonight:
Australian National Team boys(1-4) at New Garden Friends School(2-1) 5:30
Dudley at Ragsdale Saturday girls at 4pm/boys at 7pm…Dudley girls(5-5)/Ragsdale girls(10-2)…Dudley boys(10-1)/Ragsdale boys(5-6)
Reidsville at Smith Saturday girls at 6/boys at 7:30…Smith boys(10-2)/Reidsville(3-1)…Smith girls(0-10)/Reidsville(3-1)