Northeast Guilford at Eastern Guilford

Boys: Mezie Uzochukwu scored 20 points and R.J. Peace added 15 to lead Northeast Guilford over Eastern Guilford 75-64 in boys high school basketball Wednesday nigth. Chris Bulluck (18 points) and Jeremiah Jenkins (17) led Eastern Guilford.\ Northeast Guilford (n.a.) - R.J. Peace 15, Mezie Uzochukwu 20, Ricky Mabray 10, Lamont Stokes 16, Jay Smith 3, Spencer McCormick 4, Mark Barrett 7.

Eastern Guilford (0-6) - Chris Bulluck 18, Jeremiah Jenkins 17, Josh Garrett 10, Brandon Cowan 9, Eric Monroe 3, A.J. Watson 3, Raleigh Goodman 2, Desmaine Cousins.

Girls: Mercedes King scored a game-high 13 points as Northeast Guilford downed Eastern Guilford 38-32. Tasha Huntley paced Eastern Guilford with 12 points and Amber Wall added 10.

\ Northeast Guilford - Mercedes King 13, Landis Scales 10, Cecile Nettles 8, Kathryn Henderson 3, Tyrissor Smiley 2, Tiffany thornton 2.

Eastern Guilford - Tasha Huntley 12, Amber Wall 10, Jackie Justice 4, Jennifer Marshall 4, Cassidy Hershey 2.

\ Smith at Parkland

Boys: Brian Wynn scored 21 points to lead Smith over Parkland 65-63. Smith outscored Parkland 23-16 in the final quarter for the victory.

\ Smith (4-2, 5-5) - Brian Wynn 21, Tavarus Alston 13, Sam Grooms 11, Charlie Greeson 8, Charles Monroe 6, Terrance Stevens 4, Ross Nelson 2.

Parkland (3-6) - Patrick McCandies 25, Marcus Brown 13, Chris Rawlingson 6, Penn Johnekin 8, Sean Wilson 5, Derrick McConnell 4, Brandon Farrington 2.

Halifax County at Page

Boys: Tim Southern scored a team-high 25 points to help Page edge Halifax County 98-94. Halifax County's Craig McCargo led all scorers with 27 points.

\ Halifax County (4-4) - Craig McCargo 27, Jeremey Jeffries 19, Derek Brooks 19, Reggie Scott 9, Quinton Brown 8, Mark Ferrell 6, Clyde Brooks 6.

Page (5-3) - Tim Southern 25, Marsharee Neely 17, Antoine Adams 15, Shelton Carter 13, James Williams 13, Ricky Hall 8, Guy Wilson 7.

\ Northwest Guilford at Greensboro Day

Girls: Asha Hardaway hit both ends of an one-and-one with 8.7 seconds left in regulation to force overtime, and from there Northwest Guilford went on to a 44-41 victory over Greensboro Day.

The Vikings' Emily French hit an NBA-range 3-pointer to tie the game at 32 with a minute to go in the fourth quarter. French finished with 11 points and Hardaway had five points.

Mekia Valentine led Greensboro Day with 17 points, nine rebounds and seven blocks.

\ Northwest Guilford (8-1) - Taylor Miller 16, Emily French 11, Whitney Joyner 8, Asha Hardaway 5, Traci Stewart 2, Elizabeth Grant 2.

Greensboro Day (4-7) - Mekia Valentine 17, Mandy Downes 14, Katelyn King 5, Jessica Kasik 5.

\ North Moore at Southern Guilford

Girls: Jasmine Dixon scored a team-high 15 points as Southern Guilford downed North Moore 48-38 in the Courier-Tribune Tournament in Asheboro. The Storm advances to play Jordan-Matthews in today's fifth-place game 3:30 p.m.

\ North Moore (0-9) - Melissa Powers 20, Jasmine Covington 8, Whitney Richardson 4, Brittany Harper 3, Logan Monroe 3.

Southern Guilford (2-9) - Jasmine Dixon 15, Tanisha Ortega 8, Lauren Litton 6, Tiffany Griffen 6, Whitney Green 4, Melanie Sidney 2, Courtney Tillman 2, Artavia Murray 2, Ashley McLean 2, Lauren Luck 1.

\ Fayetteville Academy at Westchester

Fayetteville Holiday Hoops Classic

Boys: Toby Graul scored a game-high 35 points, 25 in the second half, to lead Westchester to a 73-53 victory over Northwood in the consolation game of the Fayetteville Holiday Hoops Classic at Fayetteville Academy. Graul was named to the all-tournament team.

Will Moore scored 15 of his 17 points in the second half for Westchester.

\ Northwood - Josh Hurley 31, Marcus Bolton 12, Steve Satterfield 10.

Westchester (7-4) - Toby Graul 35, Will Moore 17, Coleman Team 6, Adam Ingersoll 5, Jack Tucker 4, Will Newman 2, Anthony Peters 2, Jack Vance 2.

Girls: Lauren Brendle scored a game-high 19 points, grabbed seven rebounds, and handed out three assists to lead Westchester to a 51-34 victory over Fayetteville Academy in the consolation game of the Fayetteville Holiday Hoops Classic at Fayetteville Academy. Julia Fariss chipped in nine points, six rebounds and three assists.

\ Fayetteville Academy (7-3) - A.C. McLean 14, Natalie Headley 9, Kate Bryan 5, Rachel Tenuta 4, Eve Greene 2.

Westchester (11-1) - Lauren Brendle 19, Julia Fariss 9, Whitney Addington 9, Anna MacMonegle 6, Jenny Kim 6, Boomie Luck 2.

\ Southwest Guilford at Rockingham County

Girls: Whitney Thomas had 12 points and 10 rebounds as Rockingham County downed Southwest Guilford 58-42. Kristina Rizos led Southwest Guilford with 12 points and 11 rebounds.

\ Southwest Guilford - Jackie Davis 13, Kristina Rizos 12, LaKeisha Armstrong 10, Paris Best 3, Tesheria Bridges 3, Chanel Tyson 1.

Rockingham County - Kalen Karopa 14, Whitney Thomas 12, Karley Karopa 7, Jenny Sharpe 7, Emily Newsome 6, Billie Harmon 6, Sarah Moore 6.

Boys: Montrez Shaw finished with four points, eight assists and six steals in Southwest Guilford's 73-42 win over Rockingham County. Alex Taylor helped out with 11 points and ten rebounds.

\ Southwest Guilford (2-2, 4-3) - Quinn Taylor 17, P.J. Taylor 15, Alex Taylor 11, Bruce Wilson 9, Montrez Shaw 4, Daniel Keller 4, Jeremy Simmons 4, William Little 3, Klem Ogbueze 3, Alan Lopez 3.

Rockingham County - Justin Ward 22, Chris Sparks 6, Clint Walker 5, Chris Watson 4, Brandon Darby 4, Matt Jackson 1.

\ Cardinal Gibbons at Bishop McGuinness

Girls: Bishop McGuinness' Maggie Ronan was fouled heading in for a layup with no time remaining and sank one of her free throws to lead the Villains to a 44-43 victory over Cardinal Gibbons in the final of the Krispy Kreme Tournament at Bishop McGuinness.

\ Cardinal Gibbons (11-2) - Jamie Vessels 12, Melissa Shafer 10, Tiffany Law 9, Veronica Phillips 7, Jenny Mastin 3, Stephanie Smith 2.

Bishop McGuinness (12-1) - Katheryn Lions 14, Ashley Washing 8, Sarah Foroudi 7, Sheyda Foroudi 5, Maggie Ronan 5, Mary Cook 3, Amanda Cross 2.

\ Bishop McGuinness at Charlotte Catholic

Boys: Martynas Maumericius scored a game-high 16 points to help Bishop McGuinness to a 72-55 win over Charlotte Catholic, giving the Villains third place at the Krispy Kreme Tournament. Montez Downey also chipped in 14 points. Joe Duffy led Catholic with 14 points.

\ Bishop McGuinness (9-4) - Martynas Maumericius 16, Montez Downey 14, Carl Martin 10, Ben Baden 8, Chris Ealey 5, Martisse Morones 5, Troy Duncan 3, Tim Schulze-Buxloh 3, Anthony Nusdeo 2, Stacy Loyd 2, Deion Walker 2, Emeka Okafor 2.

Charlotte Catholic (2-7) - Joe Duffy 14, Scott Benfield 13, Chris George 10, Luke Ryba 5, Joel Herlocker 5, Andrew Guess 4, Brendan McKillop 3, Joe Benson 1.

\ Carver at Morehead

Boys: Morehead had four players in double figures on its way to topping Carver 72-52. Devan Carter led the way with 19 points, seven rebounds and two assists. Silas Ross led Carver with 11 points.

\ Caver (1-8) - Silas Ross 11, Tremel White 10, Travis Carpenter 8, Quinton Brown 8, James Reich 6, Kennard Weaks 4, Chris Battle 3, Cremayne Clement 2.

Morehead (3-3, 6-4) - Devan Carter 19, KaShaun Johnson 15, Patrick Fox 12, Wade Hankins 11, Davin Carter 6, Matt Harder 4, Dustin Wright 3, Vince Sims 2.

\ Trinity at Asheboro

Girls: Taylor Cole scored 16 points to help lift Trinity over Asheboro 37-33 in the second round of the Courier-Tribune Tournament at Asheboro. Trinity will play Eastern Randolph tonight at 8 in the championship game.

\ Trinity (8-2) - Taylor Cole 16, Sandy Kivett 11, Janison Dillon 7, Kelly Wilson 2, Jessica Jenkins 1.

Asheboro (4-5) - Allison Braswell 10, Lindsay Cross 7, Taneshia Brown 5, Skye Dorsett 4, Ashlee Gordon 3, Kasey Luther 2, Fran Greene 2.

\ Reynolds at Andrews

Girls: Corbin Bradford and Jamie Turner led all scorers with 10 points apiece to help Andrews capture a 44-22 win over Reynolds.

\ Reynolds (1-11) - Poyea Finney 6, Tisha Henderson 6, Raeann Pearson 5, Brittany Smart 3, Adeline Kranzberg 2.

Andrews (4-4) - Corbin Bradford 10, Jamie Turner 10, Mabeva Melton 8, Antoinette McEachean 6, Myleika Quick 5, Jamie Harris 2, Nicole Sloan 2, Tika Butler 1.

Boys: In a game that featured several lead changes, Michael Copeland scored 28 points to lead once-beaten Reynolds past previously unbeaten Andrews 79-74. Kellen Brand scored 20 points for the Red Raiders. Teammate Marcus Gilchrist added 18.

\ Reynolds - Michael Copeland 28, A.J. Highsmith 17, Justin Hicks 10, Dustin Byrd 10, Kelvin Hayes 7, Rod Kirby 5, Justin Henderson 2.

Andrews (2-0, 6-1) - Kellen Brand 20, Marcus Gilchrist 18, Cohen Burnett 9, Craig Brooks 7, Chris Collins 6, Damian Dease 6, Jidal Gainey 4, Keith Brand 2.

\ North Davidson at Potomac

St. Alban's Holiday Hoopla

Boys: Matthew Linden scored a game-high 28 points to help Potomac, Va., edge North Davidson 44-41 in the consolation game at the St. Alban's Holiday Hoopla in Washington.

\ North Davidson (7-3) - Jamal Durham 14, Howard Hurt 8, Jeremy Miller 6, Tyler McKenzie 5, Scott Stauffer 4, Brian Cox 4.

Potomac - Matthew Linden 28, Robert O'Connell 5, Tom Simeone 4, George Barsness 3, Kyle Condon 2, Tim Prowitt 2.

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