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  1. Heritage 84

    SW Guilford vs Cox Mill

    First time I had gotten to see the Langley brothers and they were impressive as advertised. Heavy defensive pressure applied on the guards of Cox Mill and even turned Wendell over a couple times. Can’t imagine an eastern team getting up and down the court with SWG. I think today decided the championship game. Glad the Mtn. Heritgae girls took care of business over Forsyth today as well. Only the 3rd team in Mtn. Heritage sports history to make it to the championship game in any sport. Definitely if you like to see dunks, SWG will put on a show and #4 was on fire with the 3 ball as well.
  2. Heritage 84

    3rd Rd basketball score updates

    Shelby hits a 3 at the buzzer to take down Heritage by 2
  3. Heritage 84

    2nd round matchup games.

    Yeah they actually got it taken care of. the girls will be at home at 3 p.m. and the boys will play at Shelby at 7. Should leave just enough time for Coach Shelton to leave the girls game and get to see her son play.
  4. Heritage 84

    2nd round matchup games.

    Good season Mitchell girls. A tough playing team that never quits. Would like to have been able to catch this game. Good luck to Avery moving on. One thing I will have to say about the Heritage games last night is that the place was a tremendous atmosphere for a high school game. The house was rocking as West Davidson brought a decent amount of fans with them, but as the 2nd half started of the girls game, the Maiden fans were piling in. The place was packed for the boys game (even more than a Mitchell rivalry game, if anyone can believe that) and no one left without getting their $8 worth tonight. It was so loud a couple of times in the 4th quarter, as the Cougars started their comeback, that you couldn't hear the person right beside you. Great team support from both fan bases last night. Hopefully the game schedules can be worked out so the Heritage girls at home on Saturday and the Heritage boys at Shelby can be seen by the entire fan base. There is one thing you can be sure of and that is the Mtn. Heritage fans travel well. All the WHC faithful are welcome to join us moving forward as I'm sure our fans will return the favor if we are not the last one's standing.
  5. Heritage 84

    2nd round matchup games.

    Heritage wins by 5 in OT. What a game unreal. Nothing but respect for the Maiden team. Well coached and great sportsmanship. I know they had a lot of seniors and with those guys the best of luck in their future. They probably hit about 12 3s or more on us tonight.
  6. Heritage 84

    2nd round matchup games.

    Heritage and Maiden just started OT. 66up
  7. Heritage 84

    2nd round matchup games.

    Heritage and Maiden ties up at 24 at the half. Shots not falling for either team and good defense so far.
  8. Heritage 84

    2nd round matchup games.

    Heritgae boys up 15-12 after 1.
  9. Heritage 84

    2nd round matchup games.

    Heritgae girls cruise 66-38.
  10. Heritage 84

    2nd round matchup games.

    Mountain Heritage girls up 41-17 at the half.
  11. Heritage 84

    2nd round matchup games.

    Mountain Heritage girls up 24-4 early in 2nd quarter.
  12. Mountain Heritage girls plays West Davidson tonight, which I know nothing about. Heritage had a much better start in Tuesdays game then they had the last 2 conference tourney games, so the game was never in doubt. I believe we will need to start fast today as well as I think this team will be a much tougher squad then East Gaston. Any scouting reports on West Davidson would be appreciated. Mountain Heritage boys (20-2) will face off against Maiden (23-4) in a tough 2nd round match-up. Maiden with an impressive win against East Lincoln this year should be making the trip to Burnsviille with a lot of confidence. With Maiden being ranked ahead of Heritage in the adjusted Max Preps ranking, this should be a good measuring tape as to whether the calculations are correct or need some tweaking prior to next season. Any thoughts on this game or scouting reports on Maiden from someone that has watched them this year or both teams?
  13. Heritage 84

    Mtn. Heritage 1st round matchups

    That could prove to be a good game if the big players can run the court. The Heritage girls will definitely push the tempo and use their depth to their advantage.
  14. Heritage 84

    Tuesday recaps,,,

    Mtn. Heritage girls jumped out to an early 12-0 lead before East could get a basket. Heritage extended the lead to 32-11 going into halftime. The guards of EG #21 Craig and #15 Price helped mount a brief comeback that closed the spread to about 15 points nearing the end of the 3rd period. A few quick 3s late in the 3rd and early in the 4th started another run for the Cougars. Some great passing and fastbreak buckets allowed them to pull away convincingly. The Heritage boys trailed early 2-0 and 4-3, but that was about the end of Lincolnton's leads in this game. Heritage pulled ahead to lead by about 10 after the 1st quarter and increased that lead to around 20 by halftime. Constant defensive pressure and help side rotations on Robinson for the Cougars took him out of his game for the most part. Jenkins, Higgins and Sheehan all took rotations and kept fresh legs to make him work for all his points, which were only 10 after games end. If he broke someone down off the dribble, help side was waiting to jump him and force the ball out of his hands. You could see the talent in the player, but with Heritage being 9 deep with contributing players, it continued to wear him down over the 2nd half. This did allow for for a good game by #20 Grooms for the Wolves. Outside shooting by Aumiller, Randolph, Ledford, Higgins and Branton proved to be too much and extended the lead in the 2nd half. Jenkins, Sheehan and Shelton controlled the boards and finished well at the rim off some nice passes by Branton and the other Cougar guards.
  15. Heritage 84

    Mtn. Heritage 1st round matchups

    Heritage 101 to 49. Sorry I was posting on another listing.
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