Paul, West Take Round One

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Round One is on the books. The state of North Carolina's best high school rivalry tipped Wednesday night. West Forsyth defeated W-S Reynolds 60-54 and Round Two is Friday.
February 13, 2003

St. Benedict's defeats R.J. Reynolds 69-55 in PTS

St. Benedict's defeated Winston-Salem (NC) R.J. Reynolds 69-55 in the final game of the Prime Time Shootout Saturday. St. Benedict's outscored the Demons 26-13 in the third period after trailing by two at halftime and were able to coast in the fourth quarter.
February 9, 2003

#16 St. Anthony defeats R.J. Reynolds 67-47

St. Anthony's, ranked #16 by College Basketball News, opened up a 17-6 lead after one quarter and was never seriously challenged as they rolled to a 67-47 win over Winston-Salem (NC) R.J. Reynolds, in the Prime Time Shootout.
February 7, 2003

Fantastic Hoops Tour Recap

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Monday's Fantastic Hoops Tour featured the one and only LeBron James as the headliner but the event showcased a handful of talented players from around the state of North Carolina.
January 21, 2003

Westchester edges R.J. Reynolds for fifth place

Los Angeles (CA) Westchester defeated Winston-Salem R. J. Reynolds 41-36 to capture fifth place at the Academy National Invitational. The Comets held R. J. Reynolds to just 28.9% shooting (13 of 45) and forced 23 turnovers.
December 30, 2002

R.J. Reynolds defeats Washington 56-51

Winston-Salem (NC) R. J. Reynolds bounced back from their two-point loss to #1 Seattle (WA) Rainier Beach to defeat Memphis (TN) Booker T. Washington 56-51 in the consolation bracket of the Academy National Invitational. They will play Westchester for fifth place Monday, Washington will face Westbury Christian for seventh place.
December 28, 2002

Bonus Coverage: Academy National

HOUSTON – They flopped. And then they flapped – their lips, that is. For a team that lost on the first day of action here at the Academy National Invitational – and scored but 34 points in doing so – the Reynolds Demons certainly had a lot to say.
December 27, 2002