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04-05 Season in Review
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04-05 Villains in the State Tournament
The 2004-2005 Bishop McGuinness Varsity Boy's Basketball team completed their season on Friday, February 25. The Villains finished with a final record of 21 wins and 14 losses and a conference record of 5-3. Bishop finished in a tie for second place in the conference with Greensboro Day School.

Against competition in NC, the Villains posted a record of 20-6.

Bishop was able to play in two national tournaments over the course of the season, the Bull City Classic in Durham, NC where they fell to Mt. Zion in the first round and lost to National Christian (Washington, DC) in the consolation round. Over the Christmas holiday, the Bishop boys traveled to San Diego, California to compete in the Torrey Pines Holiday Prep Classic in which the number one ranked team in the country, St. Anthony (Jersey City, NJ) was a part of the action. Bishop's first game was against Bishop O'Dowd from Oakland, California, led by UCLA recruit Jesse Byrd. O'Dowd proved to be too strong for the Villains in the first round. Bishop then was set for a matchup with Salpointe Catholic from Arizona, in which the Villains came out on top. The win against Salpointe set the stage for a rematch against last year's foe, Long Beach Poly. After a twenty point loss in last year's holiday tournament, the Villains were looking for redemption this year, but it would not happen. Bishop lost a close game, 69-65. The final game in San Diego was a loss to Berkley HS (Berkley, CA) giving the Villains a record of 1-3 in the tournament.

Prior to conference play, Bishop enjoyed some quality wins over (then ranked #3) Providence Day School and two-time defending state champion (then ranked # 2) Charlotte Latin.

Bishop started out their conference season with wins over rival Forsyth Country Day, Wesleyan Academy, and Greensboro Day School before falling to Christ School twice and at Greensboro Day, to finsh up with a PACIS record of 5-3 and a second place finish in the league. 2004-05 marked the first year in 5 seasons that Bishop has defeated Greensboro Day.

Bishop's wins throughout the season enabled the Villains to earn the 5th seed going into the NCISAA State Playoffs. The first round opponent was the host team, Providence Day School, which featured All-State player Jeremy Goode. The Villains came out on top, advancing to the semi-finals for the first time since the 2000-01 season. In the semis, Bishop faced Christ School whom had defeated the Villains convincingly both times during the season. The Greenies proved to be too much for the Villains, with the NCISAA Player of the Year, Travis Holmes, leading the way with 24 points. Montez Downey had 31 for Bishop in the last outing of the season. Bishop fell 86-73 to the eventual state champions.

Congratulations to the Bishop Boys on a great season.


Friday, March 17
05-06 Season in Review
2005-06 Varsity Villains
05-06 Varsity Villains were a young team
Bishop's 2005-06 campaign was a true rebuilding year in many ways. Returning only one player from the 04-05 team and after losing 99% of its scoring, the Villains almost totally re-created their varsity roster. The Villains also entered the North Carolina High School Athletic Association, leaving the North Carolina Independent School Athletic Association to join the Northwest 1A conference.

With only one player who had ever participated in a varsity game, Bishop's roster was filled by two seniors, seven juniors, and one freshman. Their two seniors, Brian Clifford and Seantay Ford, had never logged minutes for the Varsity Villains. Brian played 2 years for the JV Villains while Seantay played at nearby Oak Ridge Military Academy. The junior class consisted of former junior varsity players JL Sadler (OLM), TJ McClurg (OLM), David Zimmerman (OLG), Camp McCurry (SLS), Adam Kemp (SPX), Brad Kenney (OLM), and Emeka Okafor (SPX). Freshman Ross Diachenko (OLG) rounded out the varsity roster.

The young Villains team had two pre-season scrimmages; one against Atkins High and another against Westchester Academy. Following the scrimmages, the Villains opened their season with a win over Graystone Day School from Meisenheimer, NC. Following the opening win, Bishop struggled against 2A McMichael High School and veteran NW1A opponents, East Surry and Mt. Airy. Fellow NW1A member West Wilkes also slipped by the Villains on the road. The seventh game of the year was a tough loss to South Stokes. After being down by 17 points, the Villains rallied back to tie the score at 55 all before South Stokes rattled in a 3-point buzzer beater for the victory.

A convincing win at Alleghany followed, giving the Villains solid momentum heading into their Christmas tournament in Virginia. In the opening game, eleven different players scored for Bishop in an easy win over Powell Valley in the opening round of the Ramey's Holiday Classic. No players scored in double figures for Powell Valley.

The semifinal matchup for the Villains was against the number one ranked 1A team in the state of Virginia, Twin Valley High. The Villains got off to a quick start in the first quarter, making two three point shots in the opening minutes and trailed the top-ranked Panthers by only two at the end of the first. Led by Okafor's two baskets in the second quarter, Bishop trialed 29-22 at the halftime break. Bishop won the third quarter 11-9 and trailed by only 5 points entering the final quarter. With four minutes remailing, the Villains were down eight points with Twin Valley at the line. Twin Valley secured the rebound off the missed free throw and rolled from there, making 13 of their 17 fourth quarter free throws on their way to a 29 point fourth quarter and pulled away in the last four minutes to make the final 67-47. Brian Clifford's 14 points led the way for the Villains.

J.L. Sadler scored a team-high 13 points as Bishop McGuinness defeated Holston (Va.) in the third-place game of the Ramey's Classic. McGuinness led 17-12 after the first quarter, but it went on a 23-4 run in the second quarter to take a 44-34 lead at halftime. Brad Kenney scored seven of his 11 points in the second quarter for McGuinness. Kenney finished by making 6-of-7 field goals. T.J. McClurg added 12 points for McGuinness, and Emeka Okafor chipped in with 10.

Emeka Okafor and T.J. McClurg were named to the Ramey's Classic All-Tournament Team.

The first game after the Christmas break was against Carver, in which the Yellow Jackets pulled away from Bishop in the final minutes, after Bishop had cut the lead to two points with four minutes to go. Northwest 1A conference foes North Stokes and East Wilkes defeated the Villains before the rematch with West Wilkes. Bishop handled West Wilkes in Kernersville, avenging an earlier road loss. The Villains then lost a tough game to Mt. Airy but then rebounded to defeat South Stokes on the road. Bishop then split the next two games against Elkin and Alleghany before falling to East Wilkes. The final game of the regular season was against North Stokes, who won the NW1A conference and advanced to the NCHSAA 1A State Championship game. The Villains triled by two after 10 minutes of play but North Stokes eventually pulled away. Bishop finished the season with a tough loss to East Surry in the conference tournament.

The 2005-2006 Bishop McGuinness Varsity Villains finished with a final record of 7 wins and 17 losses and a conference record of 4-12. Bishop finished in seventh place in the Northwest 1A conference. The 05-06 Villains showed tremendous improvement from the beginning of the season to the end and laid the groundwork for a solid season in 06-07. Eight of the ten Varsity VIllains will return for Bishop for the 2006 campaign.


Tuesday, March 13
06-07 Season in Review
Varsity Boys
2006-07 Sectional Runner Up Team
The much anticipated 2006-2007 season was no disappointment. After a rebuilding season in '05-'06, the Varsity Villains looked to improve upon their win total and challenge for the conference title in 2007. Bishop returned 8 players from the previous year, including 4 starters. Returning players included seniors JL Sadler (OLM) who was a member of the 2005-06 Northwest All-Conference Team, TJ McClurg (OLM), David Zimmerman (OLG), Camp McCurry (SLS), Adam Kemp (SPX), Brad Kenney (OLM), Emeka Okafor (SPX), and sophomore Ross Diachenko (OLG). Newcomers to the Varsity team were junior Sean Brannan (OLM) and sophomore Josh Merrill (OLG).

Bishop had two pre-season scrimmages, one being at Atkins HS and another against NCHSAA 3A member school Eastern Alamance. Following the scrimmages, the Villains opened the season with victories over Oak Ridge Military Academy and High Point Christian. The Villains then opened conference play at home against East Surry, and came out flat to fall to the Cardinals and drop to 0-1 in the Northwest Conference. Then came the local matchup against (future conference champion) 3A Kernersville Glenn HS, where the Villains played a very good game, but fell short at the end by eleven points, dropping the Villains record to 2-2 overall.

After the Glenn game, the Villains went on a seven game winning streak, pulling out victories over West Wilkes, North Stokes, East Wilkes, Cary Academy, Allegahny, Elkin, and South Stokes. The Villains fought back from 11 points down against a very talented South Stokes team to come away with a hard fought victory over their rivals on the road. Bishop entered the Christmas break with an overall record of 9-2 and a 6-1 mark in the Northwest Conference.

The Villains travelled to Burlington for the Capital Bank Holiday Classic over the Christmas break. Their first game was against (future conference champion) 3A Burlington Williams. The Villains jumped out to a seven point haltime lead but could not withstand the balanced attack of Burlington Williams, falling in the end by six points. Bishop then faced Western Alamance in the second game of the tournament but could not force overtime, rimming out a potential game-tying three pointer at the buzzer. Sophomore Ross Diachenko brought home All-Tournament Honors for the Villains. After Christmas the Villains faced the HSE Wombats, a team from Australia, and came away with the big win. The victory was bittersweet, as the Villains leading scorer and rebounder (Brad Kenney) went down with an ankle injury that would eventually keep him out for two weeks.

Getting into the hardest part of their schedule, the Villains were to face Carver, Mt. Airy, and East Surry without their leading scorer. The Carver game was nip and tuck all the way and Bishop battled, but could not come out on top, losing 48-45. Friday night's WXII game of the week pitted the Villains against the Granite Bears of Mt. Airy, and the game was nothing short of breathtaking. Mt. Airy was everyone's pre-season pick to win te Northwest 1A but the Villains gave them all they could handle in Kernersville. The Villains' potential game-winning shot rimmed out at the buzzer and Mt. Airy escaped, 58-56. Bishop then travelled to Pilot Mountain to face East Surry to try to avenge an earlier loss at home. East Surry would not have it, spoiling the Villains comeback bid in overtime. Bishop again had the game-winning shot rim out as the buzzer sounded, falling in overtime by two points.

Bishop then got back on a winning roll, winning their next five games against West Wilkes, East Wilkes, Elkin, Alleghany, and South Stokes before falling to Mt. Airy at Mt. Airy to end the conference season in third place with a record of 12-4. In the conference tournament the Villains crushed West Wilkes in the first round before falling to East Surry in the second round. JL Sadler made the all-conference tournament team for the Villains.

The Villains grabbed the Northwest # 3 seed in the NCHSAA 1A playoffs, and headed to South Stanly for their first round game against the Bulls. The Villains went on to win by 11, with Ross Diachenko scoring 10 of his 18 points in the third quarter.
T.J. McClurg scored 14 points, and J.L. Sadler added 14 points and 11 rebounds for the Villains, who led 37-28 after three quarters and held on down the stretch by making 7 of 10 free throws. In the Sectional semifinals, Bishop faced the NC School of Science and Math in Durham. J.L. Sadler scored 25 points, including 12 in the fourth quarter, to lead Bishop McGuinness past N.C. Science and Math. Ross Diachenko added 23 points for Bishop. T.J. McClurg hit a 3-pointer with three minutes to play to put McGuinness up for good, and the Villains hit 17 of 24 free throws in the fourth quarter to seal the victory. The win against NCSSM set up a match against # 1 ranked Thomasville for the Sectional Championship. The Sectional Finals are equivalent to the 'Sweet Sixteen'of the tournament. Bishop was the lone representative of the Northwest 1A conference in the third round of the playoffs, as the rest of the conference fell in their first or second round games. In the sectional final, the Villains played tough in the first half and trailed the Bulldogs by only seven points. However, the speed and athleticism became too much for the Villains to handle in the second half and the Villains fell to the eventual state champions.

The Villains lost to #1 ranked Thomasville (22-2) in the Sectional Championship to end their season with 19 victories and 10 losses.

Bishop only lost against three 1A opponents- Thomasville, Mt. Airy , and East Surry throughout the course of the season. The other losses were to Kernersville Glenn, Burlington Williams, Western Alamance, and Winston Salem Carver- all NCHSAA 3A opponents. The Villains finished third in the Northwest 1A conference with a final record of 12 wins and 4 losses, with 2 conference losses coming by only a single point.

Brad Kenney, J.L. Sadler, and Ross Diachenko made the Northwest 1A Conference All-Conference Team for the 2006-2007 season. Brad was also Runner-Up in Player of the Year voting.

Emeka Okafor and T.J. McClurg earned Honorable Mention All-Conference Honors for their performance during thier senior seasons.

Congratulations to the Varsity Villains on a successful season, and many thanks to our seven seniors for setting the standard for our future teams.





07-08 Season in Review
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The 07-08 team only had one senior

The 2007-2008 season for the Varsity Villains was projected to be a rebuilding year, but it turned out that the Villains simply reloaded.  After losing seven seniors from the 06-07 team, the program returned only one player with significant varsity experience in Ross Diachenko.  The 07-08 team was comprised of one senior, seven juniors, and two sophomores.  With such a young team, the Villains were not expected to be a contender in the conference championship race and to finish somewhere near the middle to bottom of the pack in the 9 team Northwest 1A conference.

The young Varsity Villains started their season with two scrimmages agianst larger schools, travelling to West Stokes (2A) and Durham Riverside (4A).  Following the scrimmages, they began season play at Oak Ridge with a convincing win then headed to Durham to play in the prestigious Bull City Classic National Tournament.  Behind Diachenko's 27 point performance, Bishop defeated the host Durham School of the Arts team in overtime, then faced SC 3A powerhouse North Charleston in the championship round.  After falling behind by 13 early, the Villains found thier rhythym in the scond half but could not get over the hump after tying the score at 60 all with 2 minutes to play.  Bishop fell 64-60 and dropped to 2-1 on the season.

Conference play began in Danbury against a pesky North Stokes squad.  After trailing most of the game, the Villains took the lead with 4 minutes left and never looked back.  Bishop started conference play with a 5-0 record, piling up victories against North Stokes, East Wilkes, Elkin, Alleghany, and rival South Stokes while only losing to NCISAA member High Point Christian.  The first blemish in conference play came aginst the defending conference champ, Mount Airy.  The back and forth game took a turn when the Villains leading three point shooter, Steve Nealen went down early in the third quarter with an ankle injury.  Mount Airy built a 4 point lead and the Villains could not get back on top, eventually falling 62-58.  Bishop then faced 4A Grimsley, who was undefeated on the season.  Without Nealen, the Villains did not have enough firepower and fell to the Whirlies at home dropping the season record to 7-4.

After the Grimsley loss, the Villains headed to Rockingham County High School for the Reidsville Review Holiday Classic.  Bishop defeated 2A McMichael High School in the first round of the tournament behind strong play from Zach Toomey, Ross Diachenko, and Aaron Toomey.  They then went on to face the host 3A team Rockingham County in the championship.  The Villains made 13 three-pointers en route to the tournament championship.  Zach Toomey and Ross Diachenko made the all-tournament team while Aaron Toomey's 30 point championship game performance earned him tournament MVP honors.

Riding high from their tournament championship the Varsity Villains headed to Pilot Mountain to face East Surry.  Cold shooting and lackluster energy doomed the team as they dropped to 5-2 in league play.  Bishop picked it up and defeated West Wilkes next before losing a heartbreaker at home to a hot North Stokes team.  The Villains would then go on to win six games in a row, including upsetting the #1 ranked team in the state, the Mount Airy Bears.  Mount Airy was undefeated on the season at 19-0 and the Villains topped them in Mount Airy by a score of 69-65.  In the final game of the regular season Bishop fell to Elkin to bring their record to 17-6 heading into post-season play.  Accumulating a conference record of 12-4, the Villains finished in second place int he Northwest 1A earning the #2 seed int he conference and state playoffs.

With tired legs and the long season wearing on the young team, the Villains dropped the first round of the conference tournament to an inspired South Stokes team and then fell to the talented Jets of Jordan Matthews in the first round of the NCHSAA state playoffs.  Bishop finished the season at 17-9 overall and 12-4 in the conference.

Sophomore Aaron Toomey and junior Ross Diachenko earned All Conference honors for their efforts during the season while Steve Nealen got Honorable Mention.  Toomey was also runner up in conference player of the year voting.

The young Villain team took the program to a new level in the 07-08 season, beating the #1 team in the state and by winning the Holiday tournament against all larger schools.  Only losing one senior, the Bishop Boys look to build on their success in the 2008-09 season.  Congratulations on another successful season!



08-09 Varsity Boys
2008-2009 State Championship Team
08-09 Season in Review

The Villains entered the 08-09 season with high hopes.  Returning all but one player from the 07-08 campaign and having lost only two games during the summer season, the Bishop Boys had their sights set on their first conference championship.

The season began with scrimmages against West Stokes and Winston Salem Reynolds to get the team prepared for the stiff competition they would face throughout the course of the season.  The Villains then headed to the Bull City Classic National Tournament where they defeated Durham School of the Arts and perennial power Mt. Zion in an overtime thriller to claim the Bull City title.  Conference play began and the Villains remained undefeated heading into the highly anticipated matchup with 4A Greensboro Grimsley.  After a tough 14-1 start, Bishop rallied back to cut the lead to one in the fourth quarter, but could never get over the hump and suffered their first loss of the season, putting the record at 7-1 going into the Holiday break.

During the Christmas holiday, the Bishop Boys travelled to Rockingham County High School to play in the Reidsville Review Holiday Classic to try and defend their title.  After a victory over McMichael in the first round, the Villains dismantled 3A Rockingham County HS for the championship by a score of 84-35.  A week later, Bishop headed to Daytona Beach, Florida to play in the Warner Christian Academy Beach Bash, in which they won both games.

The rest of the regular season was a flurry of victories, with the Villains finishing the regular conference season with a perfect 16-0 record and their first ever Northwest Conference Championship.  In the conference tournament, Bishop came out on top against Elkin and East Surry, but fell short against a talented Mt. Airy team in the conference tournament finals to end the regular season at 25-2.  The loss would prove to be a motivating force for Bishop in the coming weeks.

Bishop opened the NCHSAA tournament with victories over East Montgomery and Thomasville, which set up the highly anticipated matchup with the lethal Winston Salem Prep team.  The game was a classic, with each team making runs and no one able to pull away.  Finally the Villains came out on top and dismissed the 2008 State Champs 78-71.  The Bishop Boys earned their first ever trip to the NCHSAA Regionals (Elite 8) to be played at UNC-Greensboro.  In the first round, Bishop defeated Hendersonville and earned the right to face Cherryville in the Wester Regional Finals.   An absolute nail-biter throughout, the Cherryville game will go down in history as one of the most exciting games ever played in the NCHSAA tournament.  A free throw in the final 3 seconds by Bishop's Aaron Toomey would give the Villains the one-point victory and the trip to the state championship game.  The Bishop Boys would go on to NC State University's Reynolds Coliseum and defeat Weldon 72-58 in the state final to earn the school's first ever NCHSAA Boys Basketball State Championship.

The 2008-2009 Bishop Boys Basketball team became the winningest team in school history finishing with an overall 31-2 record, and they were also first team in the history of the Northwest 1A conference to go undefeated (16-0).



09-10 Season in Review

The 2009-2010 campaign for the Bishop Boys was full of uncertainty.  After the most successful season in school history in 08-09, the Villains lost 10 of the top 11 players for the 09-10 season.  The theme for the team was "No Limits" as the Villains hoped to exceed everyones expectations for them.
After a 3-4 start, the Villains would rattle off six straight wins going into the Christmas break, punctuated by a hard fought win in overtime against a tough Nansemond River team from Virginia Beach, Virginia which captured the Reidsville Review Tournament Championship for the Bishop Boys.
After Christmas the Villains kept it going and enjoyed wins over conference rivals Mt. Airy and East Surry.  Bishop finished the regular season third in the conference with an overall record of 15-9.
In the conference tournament, the Villains would defeat Mt. Airy in the semifinals and then faced heated rival Winston Salem Prep for the tournament championship.  Cold shooting doomed the Bishop Boys as they fell in the final, but hopes were high entering the state playoffs.  The Villains did not disappoint, defeating a very athletic Bessemer City team in the opening round, and then exploding in the second round for another win over conference foe East Surry, which would set up the rematch against Cherryville.  The Ironmen were looking to avenge their one point loss to the Villains from the 2009 Regional Finals, but Aaron Toomey and the Villains had a career night, as Toomey poured in 51 points and the Villains made 13 three pointers en route to the upset in double overtime, 101-98.  The Sectional Championship, Bishop's second in as many years, sent the young Villain squad back to the Regionals in Greensboro.  At UNCG the Bishop Boys were ice cold all night and fell to the eventual state champion, Monroe in the regional semifinals by 14.  The Villains finished the season at 19-11 and as NCHSAA Sectional Champions.

Congrats to the Bishop Boys on another championship season!



2010 Champs
2010 NCHSAA Sectional Champions

10-11 Season in Review
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Celebrating the win in the 2011 NCHSAA playoffs

The 2010-2011 Bishop Basketball season was unlike any in the past.  The Varsity Villains fielded one of the youngest teams in school history, with only one senior who had played in the past.  The Bishop boys added two other seniors who had never played before, Peter Fields and Joe Riazzi.  The rest of the varsity roster was filled by 3 sophomores and 6 juniors.
The Villains started the year with scrimmages at Grimsley and East Forsyth, then opened with a wn against Salem Baptist.  The Bishop boys and their youthful team struggled through some tough losses early on in addition to some close wins, highlighted by a win against conference foe Mt. Airy and a battle in the holiday tournament over Kerr-Vance Academy.  After the holiday break, the Villains enjoyed a game against Calvary Baptist in time Warner Cable arena in Charlotte, and then another close victory over Mt. Airy.  Near the end of the season, the Bishop Boys began playing their best basketball, taking the #1 ranked Winston Salem Prep team to overtime and defeating formerly #1 ranked East Surry in the regular season finale.  With the win over East Surry on senior night, the Villains clinched the #3 seed for the NCHSAA playoffs and secured their bid to the tournament. 
In perhaps the most exciting game of the season the Bishop Boys upset # 1 seeded North Wilkes on their home floor on Reilly Callaghan's buzzer beater from the top of the key.  The Villains would fall in the second round of the NCHSAA tournament to West Montgomery to end the season at 9-18, but winning 2 of their last 4 games.  The experience gained in 2010-2011 built a solid foundation for the future for the Villains.



11-12 Season in Review

The Villains entered 2011-2012 with high hopes.  Returning 9 players from the 2011 campaign, the Villains roster consisted of two seniors and nine underclassmen.  Bishop opened the season with 2 wins, topping Salem Baptist and then Oak Level.  In the ultra competitive Northwest 1A/2A conference opener, conference player of the year Ethan Wilmoth proved to be too much for the Villains, and they would drop their opening game in conference play.  Following the loss, the Bishop Boys got on a hot streak with wins over North Stokes, Thomasville, and conference rival South Stokes.  Not until WS Prep came to town did the Villains lose again.  In the Prep game, starting shooting guard Kevin Weckworth went down with an ankle injury and C Tucker Crews suffered a broken nose which led to a less than full strength team losing at Burlington Christian by 2, after missing a potential game winning three pointer.  The Villains would bounce back and go 2-1 at the South Granville Holiday Invitational.The Bishop Boys then went 3-0 after the first week of 2012, pushing the overall record to 10-4 going into Januarys second week.  Down the stretch and along the second half of the conference season, Bishop would struggle to a 2-10 finish to the season, culminated by a 4 point loss at # 1 seeded South Davidson in the NCHSAA State playoffs in which the Villains played without starting PG Reilly Callaghan.  Throughout the course of the season, the 11-12 Villains dropped 9 games by single digits, and 5 games by one posession.  The quantity of close game losses would sting for the Bishop Boys, but the hope was that it would provide motivation and a springboard for 2012-2013 for the rebuilding team and program.



12-13 Season in Review
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