Game Report on WS Reagan-West Forsyth Boys Basketball:Jalil Rogers(Reagan) leads all scorers with 21 points

Final:WS Reagan 56, West Forsyth 46

Reagan -        8-13-15-20 -- 56
West Forsyth - 12- 9-13-12 -- 46

Reagan (8-4, 2-2) Jalil Rogers 21, KJ Ford 18, Leonard 7, McKoy 6, Collins 2, Quarless 2.

West Forsyth (5-7, 1-3) AJ Baskerville 16, Bralen Morris 14, Hubbard 6, Lindsay 5, Barrett 3, Jones 2.

Reagan broke open a tight road contest at West Forsyth with furious start to the fourth quarter to defeat the Titans 56-46 in Clemmons Tuesday night. The Raiders scored 16 of the first 20 points in the first five minutes of the final period to open up a 14-point lead (52-38) & secure their eighth win in 12 games this season.

West started quickly, scoring nine of the game’s first 11 points but Reagan rallied to take it’s first lead (13-12) with 5:30 left in the first half. The game was tied at half and four more times during a tight third period that left the Raiders, now 2-2 in Central Piedmont Conference 4A play, with a 36-34 lead at the start of the fourth quarter.

But Reagan’s pressure, which forced 21 Titans’ turnovers, began to wear on the home team. Freshman KJ Ford scored in a flurry at the start of the period, opening the visitor’s lead to eight (42-34) only 20 seconds after the break, then led the biggest surge mid-period when Reagan took command.

Ford hit a twisting drive for a lay-up & then Jalil Rogers, the game’s leading scorer with 21 points, dished to Jack Leonard for a FG off a steal in the press. Ford followed with a free throw & Leonard powered for an and-one three-point play to push the Raiders’ lead to 52-38 with 2:30 to play.

Ford complimented Rogers’ 21 with 18 points, five assists & four steals. Sophomore center Cooper Jackson led all rebounders with five and added three blocked shots. AJ Baskerville led West with 16 points & Bralen Morris added 14.

Reagan returns to the court tomorrow night for a non-conference game art home against North Davidson, then travels to Parkland for a CPC contest on Friday against the Mustangs on Tom Muse Court.

Courtesy of Bill Armour with WS Reagan boys basketball