High Point beats Vernon in Pretty-in-Pink game


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  • High Point's Brendan Franko goes airborne during a shot. Franko scored 17 points and grabbed 2 rebounds.




  • Surrounded by High Point defenders Vernon's Kyle Dunbar handles the ball during a shot attempt.




  • High Point's Ethan Schipper releases the ball during a shot. Schipper scored 18 points, grabbed 8 rebounds and made 5 assists.




  • High Point's Brendan Franko goes airborne during a shot. Franko scored 17 points and grabbed 2 rebounds.




  • Vernon's D.J. Springstead dribbles the ball while covered by High Point's Donald Bassani in the second half. Springstead scored nine points, grabbed one rebound and made two assists.




  • Vernon's James Pellott (glasses) tosses the ball towards the basket during a leaping shot. Pellott scored two points and grabbed four rebounds.




High Point Regional High School defeated Vernon Township High School in boys varsity basketball on Saturday, Jan. 19. The final score was 67-46.

The ninth annual Pretty in Pink Classic took place at High Point Regional High School in Wantage Township.

The Pretty in Pink Classic was founded by former High Point basketball player Taylor Smith in 2010. The charity event has raised more than $300,000 for cancer awareness and research over the years.

High Point's Ethan Schipper scored 18 points, grabbed 8 rebounds and made 5 assists. Brendan Franko scored 17 points. Donald Bassani contributed 14 points.

Andre Pierce scored 14 points for Vernon. D.J. Springstead scored nine points.

Team records: High Point Wildcats 6-7. Vernon Vikings 4-8.

— Photos by George Leroy Hunter

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