JV Boys Basketball
JV Boys Basketball Head CoachGrew up in Raleigh. Graduated from SE Raleigh HS, where he was All-Conference in football, basketball and track. Was All-State for track. Graduated from the University of Delaware with a degree in hotel restaurant and institutional management. Was a two-time All-American in football. Holds a Master's Degree in Public Administration from NC Central University. Has coached in the Garner Road AAU basketball program for six years. Completed his first season as the JV head coach after coaching the ms boys team in 2017.
JV Boys Basketball Assistant Coach
The JV and varsity Warriors lost at Grace Christian Tuesday. The JV fell, 68-60. Heyward George led three players in double figures with 15 points. Judson Thompson scored 11 and Scott York posted 10. The varsity led 13-8 after the first quarter, but trailed 29-22 at halftime on the way to a 52-44 loss. “Their center (Jaylon Gibson) is 6’9 and they went to him in the second quarter,” said coach Will Coley, whose team is 1-4 in league play and 11-12 overall. “That was the difference in the game.” Tai Goode led the scoring with 12 points. Keonte Bradley added nine and had six assists. Nick Green also scored nine and Bo Rieker had eight. Both teams play at Cary Christian Friday and close the regular season at home Saturday against Carmel Christian of Charlotte.
The JV boys snapped a five game losing streak with a resounding 55-18 victory Wednesday at Fayetteville Academy. “It was a great night,” said coach Charles Graves, whose team is 4-10. “We developed in several areas tonight and the guys had fun playing.” Grayson Chesson, Myles Rieker and Judson Thompson shared scoring honors with nine points. Cal Madden had eight and Heyward George added six. The Warriors are back in action Friday at home against Cary Christian.