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DURHAM’S PASSING ATTACK
DEFEATS LOCAL QUINTET
Durliam High School basketball team
defeated the local quint at Caldwell gym
nasium on January 21 by a score of 49
Greensboro took the lead early and
held it through the first two quarters
by spectacular playing. The Durham
boys were never daunted, but during the
first half the visitors could not locate the
basket and missed many chances to forge
into the lead. The first half ended 27-19
in favor of the locals.
In the second half Greensboro’s defense
went to pieces. B. Scott was called from
his offensive position to try to stop the
attack, while Goodwin took many long
shots at the basket. From this time on
Greensboro once more threatened the
Durham boys’ goal. In the meantime the
Durham lads w^ere playing the court
brilliantly and never did they take any
chances on missing their goal.
Durham presented a team of fine men,
all working for the same goal. Rufus
Hackney and Sher led in scoring, but
the general passing work of the whole
team was good. Satterfield was the star
for the visiting team. For Greensboro
Captain Bill Scott was the outstanding
HIGH POINT TOSSERS LOSE
TO GREENSBORO HIGHS, 41-15
On January 30, the Greensboro High
School quint used a new combination at
Caldwell school and defeated the High
Point Highs in a good game by the score
of 41-15. After dropping two games in
succession, to Durham and Salisbury, the
locals regained their equilibrium in this
contest and downed the Pointers with
Coach Park employed a new combina
tion of plays. He stationed the tall
Goodwin under the goal and told him
to remain at his post under all condi
tions. Then he told all the other players
to relay the ball down the court to Good
The game was without its individual
star. All of the visiting players contrib
uted to the High Point total. While the
locals’ play was of such a nature that
every man was in the play all the tinie,
Blair and W. Watson deserve mention
for their excellent defensive work, while
Goodwin contributed 14 goals from the
court and five foul shots from his posi
tion under the basket.
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Y. W. C. A. TEAM WINS GAME
FROM LOCAL G. H. S. GIRLS
January 16, 1925, the girls’ basket
ball team of G. H. S. played the Y. W.
C. A. Athletic club. This was a most
interesting game because many of the
girls on the “Y” Athletic team were some
of the G. H. S. former varsity.
The final score was: G. H. S., 25; “Y”
Athletic club, 27.
Greensboro High Y. W. C. A.
Thurman (10) Though (7)
Forbis (5) Dixon (8)
Watson (10) Stinett (12)
G. H. S. GIRLS LOSE FAST
GAME TO HIGH POINT
On January 17, at the High Point Y.
M. C. A., Greensboro High’s girls’ bas
ketball team met High Point team in a
hard battle. Greensboro’s girls fought
hard and to the last minute, but lost by
the score of 33-19.
Some of Greensboro’s stars were un
able to play. Neal, Clements and Har
rison did the best work for Greensboro.
G. H. S. LOSES HARD-FOUGHT
CONTEST WITH LEAKSVILLE
The Greensboro girls’ team took de
feat from Leaksville at Caldwell gym,
January 28, by the score of 22-34. The
Greensboro girls fought hard and fair,
but many players were ovit on account
of sickness. Watson was high scorer
for G. H. S. with 13 points, while Gunn
led for Leaksville with 18.
FAST BURLINGTON TEAM
DEFEATS G. H. S. GIRLS
Burlington defeated Greensboro, Janu
ary 30, at Burlington, by the score of
53 to 22. Watson and Thurman were
stars for Greensboro. Neal, Clements
and Forbis were substituted.
Thurman (6) Stadler (8)
Roland (4) Gones (13)
Watson (12) Sharpe (32)
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February 12, 1925
GREENSBORO HIGHS WIN OVER
MOORESVILLE IN A FAST GAME
Baffled during the first half of their
game by a swift Mooresville offensive,
the Greensboro High School team opened
up a great passing and caging attack
in tlie final period and rode a 28 to 19
victory over Mooresville.
The visitors were right on the spot
when the whistle blew and tookjiosses-
sion at the initial toss-up. Greensboro
players were baffled with the visitors
offensive, and few times got the ball in
their hands. Mooresville kept up this
attack the entire first quarter, which end
ed with Greensboro trailing 10-2.
During the second quarter the offen
sive work of Mooresville was supreme,
and it seemed that the Greensboro toss-
ers would never be able to handle the
ball. In this quarter Goodwin got the
ball and tossed it into the basket. This
kept the Greensboro players together,
and before the quarter ended they had
tossed in three field goals. The second
quarter ended 14-8 in Mooresville’s favor.
When the next period started Greens
boro got the tip-off and from this time
on kept the ball in safe hands. Goals
were shot almost at will and the Moores
ville team was put on the defensive. The
quarter ended 22-18 in favor of the lo
The third quarter was a smooth pass
ing attack led by Goodwin and B. Scott.
When the game ended Greensboro was
just at full speed.
GREENSBORO HIGH SCHOOL
LOSES TO SALISBURY QUINT
On January 23, the Greensboro High
School quint was unequal to the task
of holding the Salisbury Highs in check
at the critical moment, and the Rowan
boys romped away to a clean victory in
the final minutes of the contest. The
score was 1-5-13 when the final whistle
sounded. One minute before the end
the score was tied, 13-13. Both quints
grappled hard for the advantage and
finally Gwynn dropped the ball neatly
into the basket for the deciding score.
Gwynn was the outstanding performer
during the contest and began with a
burst of speed, never letting up until
the end. His floor work was unparal
leled and he was in every play.
FROM THE SIDELINES
Since G. B. went to Salisbury, Salis
bury has beaten the Purple and Gold in
both football and basketball.
The Daily News says that Greensboro
needs less “individuality.” GreensbPro
High School wouldn’t regret it if it could
have a little more of the Frank Goodwin
Wonder what Fligh Point thinks of
G. H. S.’s team.
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