The 2017 HAECO Invitational High School Basketball Tournament

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Posted On: 12/26/17 10:46 AM

Clemson signee John Newman

2017 HAECO Invitational High School Basketball Tournament
Tuesday December 26 at the Greensboro Coliseum Special Events Center

Boy’s Games
(Court 1)
#1 Greensboro Day School vs. #8 Grimsley 3 pm-The winners of the most Haeco Invitational Tournament’s in history, Greensboro Day is fresh off another national tournament and a trip to Hawaii. The Bengals have only one loss to North Carolina programs, Cannon School defeated The Bengals earlier in the season. Other losses have came at the hands of national programs. Greensboro Day is led by Clemson recruit John Newman, Georgia Southern recruit Will Dillard, and 2021 guard Carson McCorkle. Grimsley High School is off to a 7-4 record overall and is led in the scoring column by 5’10 2019 guard Devin Resper at nearly 16 points per game.

#4 Dudley vs. #5 Northern Guilford 4:30pm-The Dudley High School Panthers are off to a 7-2 overall record, Northern Guilford High School is led this season by Elon recruit Andy Pack averaging 22 points per game and have a 6-3 record.

#2 Smith vs. #7 Northwest Guilford 6pm-The Ben L. Smith High School is off to a 9-2 record and feature a roster full of Division 1 recruits, including Charlotte recruit Isaiah Bigelow, a 6-foot-6 senior averaging 24 points per game, twin towers Jaylin Gamble and Jaylan Gainey averaging 8 points and 6 points respectively, 2020 stars Camren Hayes (10 points per game) and Silas Mason averaging 9 points per game. Northwest Guilford HS is led by Joey Pagano, a junior shooting guard, Brandon Thomas, a sophomore shooting guard and Dean Reiber, a sophomore forward.

#3 Page vs. #6 Ragsdale 7:30pm-Page HS is led this season by Jahlen King, a 6-foot-1 senior guard averaging 17 points per game this season for 6-3 Pirates. Also in the scoring column for Page High School is junior Trent McIntyre at 10.8 points per game. Ragsdale High School is led this season by 6-foot senior guard Aaron Clark at 10 points per game and Devan Boykin at 9 points per game for the 5-5 Tigers.