Middle School "A" Boys Basketball
Middle School Boys A Basketball Head CoachGrew up in Wilson, NC. Graduated from Fike HS, where he played football, basketball and ran track. Earned All-Conference honors in basketball. Played basketball at Louisburg JC and UNC-Central, where he graduated with a psychology degree. Is also JV football assistant coach and assistant track coach at SDS. First year with the Warriors was 2010.
Middle School Boys A Basketball Assistant Coach
Both middle school basketball A teams won close games at St. Timothy’s Thursday. The girls won their 10thstraight game, 26-24. Sibley Hash led the scoring with 11 points. Greysen Woody had six with seven rebounds and four steals. Anne George led the rebounding with 10, while Laura Martin had a team-best six steals. “Greysen and Laura put tremendous pressure on the ball in the second half,” said coach Robert Eastmann. “They created turnovers which led to many of our points.” The boys led by 10 points at halftime, then held off a Titans rally to win, 50-46. Will Nicholson poured in a game-high 21 points, while Jacob Suh scored 13 and Phillip Medlin added 12. “We jumped out big early, then played strong defense to stop their comeback,” said coach Jonathan Coley. “We played with character and poise at the end.”
The boys A team trailed 14-13 at halftime, but scored 29 points in the second half to pull away for a 43-32 victory at Trinity Academy of Raleigh Monday. “We overcame our slow start with intense defense and attacked in transition to get our offense going,” said coach Jonathan Coley, whose team is 5-5. “I’m proud of our effort and hope it will carry over after break.” Will Nicholson scored 15 points to lead SDS, while Jacob Suh added 14.