Varsity Boys Basketball 2019-2020 Season
George School vs Girard College High School—Wednesday, December 4, 2019 @ 5:30 p.m.
Girard College 39
Jordan Miller 17 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists.
Jack Vreeswyk 16 points (4 3-pointers), 4 rebounds.
Nazim Pierre 12 points, 3 assists.
Michael Anderson 11 points
Solebury Tip Off Tournamant (GS @ PDS)—Friday, December 6, 2019 @ 6:00 p.m.
Solebury Tip Off Tournamant (GS @ LCA)—Saturday, December 7, 2019 @ 6:00 p.m.
GS wins 3rd place game.
George School boys had an impressive win last night over a big and talented Life Center Academy team. Jack Vreeswyk led the way with 18 pts and was selected to the All-Tournament team.
Jack Vreeswyk 18 pts (4 3-pointers, All-tournament team).
Zach White 12 pts
Zim Pierre & Kyle Anderson scored 10 pts each.
Jordan Miller and Dwayne Jones added 8 pts each.
Wesley Robinson 28
George School @ Westtown School—Tuesday, December 10, 2019 @ 5:30 p.m.
George school started strong but the size, strength and speed of the highly talented Westtown team eventually took over. Westtown took a 21 point lead into the locker room at halftime and built it to 27 after the 3rd quarter. George School continued to fight until the final buzzer and even outscored Westtown in the 4th quarter 23 to 15 with several of the Westtown starters still in the game.For WT:Julen Warley 16 pointsTJ Berger & Noah Collier 14 points eachFor GS:Jack Vreeswyk 21 points (5 3-pointers)Zim Pierre & Onias Outlaw 9 points each; Dwayne Jones 7 points;
George School is right back in action tonight at home against Friends Central
George School vs Friends’ Central School—Wednesday, December 11, 2019 @ 5:30 p.m.
Phenomenal program building win against the highly regarded Friends Central team with two D1 recruits. The first half was a tightly contested battle with both teams playing tough defense. George School had a two point lead at the halfway point. However, the second half would be different as the Cougars dominated by playing outstanding team basketball and executing offensively and in transition. George School outscored Friends 42-25.For GS:Dwayne Jones 22 (including 18 in the 2nd half)Onias Outlaw 16Zim Pierre 11Jack Vreeswyk 10For FC:Ed Holland 17Shawn Simmons 12Omar Nichols 11
George School @ The Haverford School—Tuesday, December 17, 2019 @ 4:00 p.m.
George School started sluggish and could never recover against a very disciplined Haverford School team. The Cougars found themselves down eight after the first quarter and it was an uphill battle from there. Entering the fourth quarter George School was down by 11 but the Cougars mounted a comeback to pull within five with 2:30 left but that was as close as it got. Haverford was led by Tyler Seward's twenty four points, including fourteen in the 2nd half. Jack Vreeswyk '20 led George School with twenty one points, including 4 3-pointers and twelve in the fourth quarter.Haverford:Seward 24McKenna 9Rogers 8GS:Jack Vreeswyk 21, 4 3-pointersOnias Outlaw 8Nazim Pierre 7Dwayne Jones 6Jordan Miller 2Kyle Anderson 1
George School vs Mercersburg Academy—Thursday, December 19, 2019 @ 6:00 p.m.
Mercersburg Academy made the 3 hour trip to play the first of 3 games for them in the Philadelphia area this weekend. George School played close throughout the game but eventually the bigger and more athletic Mercersburg team, which features three D1 players, took control. George School cut the lead to 4 mid-way through the 4th quarter, however 3 straight turnovers lead to 3 straight lay-ups for Mercersburg turning a 4 point lead into a 10 point lead and GS never could come back from that.For Mercersburg:AJ Gray 17 points (Hartford commit)Kaylen Owah 15 points Patrick DiTullio 10Quintin Metcalf (St Bonaventure commit)For GS:Jack Vreeswyk 20 points, including 6 3-pointersOnias Outlaw 16 pointsJordan Miller 8 pointsKyle Anderson 4 pointsDwayne Jones 3 pointsEvan Heffelfinger 2 pointsGeorge School is back in action on Saturday with a game against Philadelphia public league power at Abraham Lincoln.
George School @ Abraham Lincoln High School—Saturday, December 21, 2019 @ 3:00 p.m.
A heartbreaking loss for GS on the road. George School was down 5 entering the 4th quarter but fought back to take the lead when Onias Outlaw for GS scored to go up 70-68 with 5 seconds in regulation but Lincoln rushed it up the floor and made a tough contested layup to tie it at the buzzer. Lincoln dominated the OT period to win the game, but it was hotly contested and close game throughout.For Lincoln:Sahmir Williamson 18
Shaquil Bender 15
Tahmir Powell 11For GS:Jack Vreeswyk 23, 6 3-pointers
Dwayne Jones 15
Onias Outlaw 12Zach White 8Jordan Miller 7Nazim Pierre 6GS will be back in action on 12/30 at home vs Radnor at 2pm.
George School vs Radnor High School—Monday, December 30, 2019 @ 2:00 p.m.
In a 2pm home matinee for George School, Radnor came in with an undefeated record of 7-0. George School was up to the challenge of playing the 5A school from the main line and came out on top in the tightly contested game, and also snapped a 3-game losing streak in the process. The game went back and forth the entire 4 quarters with GS holding a 1 point lead at the half, 25-24, and Radnor holding a 1 point lead after the 3rd, 41-40. Again the teams went back and forth until Radnor managed to get a 6 point lead mid-way through the 4th quarter. One thing GS has shown this year is they never quit, and a Jack Vreeswyk 3-pointer tied the game at 52 with 3 minutes remaining. From there GS pulled away with a big "and 1" from Jordan Miller and 3 clutch free throws from Nazim Pierre.For GS:Jordan Miller 24 (15 in the 2nd half)Nazim Pierre 18 (7 in the 4th quarter)Jack Vreeswyk 11Dwayne Jones 4Even Heffelfinger 2Kyle Anderson 1For Radnor:Lew Robinson 27, 3 3-pointersJack d'Entremont 18
George School @ The Pennington School—Wednesday, January 8, 2020 @ 6:00 p.m.
George School @ Abington Friends School—Friday, January 10, 2020 @ 6:30 p.m.
George School vs Shipley School—Saturday, January 11, 2020 @ 6:30 p.m.
George School came up with a huge win for the program in beating Shipley 64-63 before a big and loud crowd. George School has now won 4 straight games. The contest was tight throughout with GS holding a 3 point lead at the half, and a 5 point lead after 3 quarters. But Shipley put together a nice 4th quarter run to take a lead by as many as 6 late in the game. In typical GS fashion, they fought back with several key steals, including a steal, and “and one” basket by Nazim Pierre with 35 seconds left to tie the game at 61. After a Shipley time out GS’s Dwayne Jones came up with another big steal and then he also knocked down a huge 3-pointer with 18 seconds left to give GS a 64-61 lead. On the ensuing possession, Shipley missed on a 3-point attempt but got the offensive rebound and scored a meaningless basket at the buzzer for the final score of 64-63.
Dwayne Jones 22pts, 6 3-pointers
Nazim Pierre 17pts
Jack Vreeswyk 15pts, 4 3-pointers
Jordan Miller 6pts
Evan Hefelfinger 4pts
Khalil Farmer 23pts
Khaki Champion 18pts
George School @ Friends Select School—Tuesday, January 14, 2020 @ 5:30 p.m.
George School vs Moorestown Friends School—Friday, January 17, 2020 @ 5:30 p.m.
George School vs Frankford High School—Saturday, January 18, 2020 @ 5:00 p.m.
Due to the weather, today's game has been canceled.