High School Varsity Sports

Asheboro and Randolph County


July 14, 2020 – Tuesday Results


Randolph County 18, Kannapolis 8

Randolph County plated eight runs in the fourth inning and led 12-0 before Kannapolis stormed back with seven runs in the sixth. Randolph added six runs in the eighth to end the game early.

Bryson Hamlet started and got the win with five and a third innings of work. Tanner Marsh finished the game on the mound.

Harris Jackson, Parker LaPlant and Blake Marsh had three hits each. Jackson and Bryson Hogan each drove in three runs.

July 14, 2020 – HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS

Governor Roy Cooper announced today that public schools in North Carolina will reopen this fall with a mixture of in-person and remote learning for students.

Generally, Plan B will be in effect across the state. Plan B calls for some students to be in class each day and other students to learn from home. Details, such as the percentage of students allowed in school at one time and how often students rotate from in-person to remote learning, will vary from school district to school district.

Plan C, which calls for all remote learning with no students in the classroom, is an available option for school systems which think that would work best for them.

Following the Governor's afternoon press conference, NCHSAA Commissioner Que Tucker issued a statement that the state association now has more information and can move forward with decisions regarding high school athletics across the state: “The NCHSAA staff will work with the Board of Directors, Sports Medicine Advisory Committee and other stakeholder groups to solidify the details of the best plan for the safety of our student-athletes, coaches, administrators and the communities the Association represents."

Last week, Tucker said that if Plan B was used by the state then she expects high school sports to be played although there are likely to be modifications made for athletes and spectators and there may be delays in starting as well postponements during the fall season to deal with.

Among the next steps will be for school districts to determine the details of how each should open and what activities will be allowed. Then administrators and athletic directors will have to co-ordinate with potential opponents (e.g. conference members in different school districts) and determine if each systems plans are compatible.

July 14, 2020 – ATHLETIC AWARDS

The annual Warrior Award was recently presented to Abbey Parrish and Nick Halo. The award recognizes the top athletes at Wheatmore High School.

Athletic Combine and Camp organizer VTO Sports recently held an Elite 100 football event involving athletes from the Carolinas and Virginia. Asheboro High School's Logan Richardson was recognized as one of the top receivers participating.

July 12, 2020 – Sunday Results


Randolph County 7, Mocksville-Davie 4

Parker LaPlant earned the win in relief of starter Harris Jackson. Easton Morgan got the save.

Colby Hammer went 3 for 3 at the plate while Jackson (3 rbi), Bryson Hogan (2 rbi) and Spencer Lanier had two hits each.

Mocksville-Davie 7, Randolph County 6

Parker LaPlant had two hits. Blake Marsh, Easton Morgan and Levi Kinney produced rbi.

Cam Fordham and Dawson Davis pitched three innings each. Fordham started and took the loss.

July 11, 2020 – Saturday Results


Randolph County 12, Wayne County 7

A seven run third inning propelled Randolph County offensively as Braxton Davis got the win on the mound.

Bryson Hamlet hit a 2-run home run while Spencer Lanier (2 for 3, 2 rbi), Harris Jackson (2 for 4, 2 rbi) and Caleb Walker (2 for 4, rbi) had multiple hits.

Randolph County 5, Wayne County 2

Travis Boone allowed the two runs on five hits with a walk and four strike outs in the win. Easton Morgan earned a save.

Harris Jackson hit a 2-run home run and Cameron Fordam also drove in 2 runs with a hit.

July 8, 2020 – Wednesday Results


Stanly County 6, Randolph County 4

Parker LaPlant had two of the team's four hits as Randolph County dropped game one of the doubleheader to Stanly County. Harris Jackson and Blake Marsh recorded the other hits.

Randolph County 9, Stanly County 2

Six runs in the fifth inning broke open a close game as Randolph got the split with Stanly at McCrary Park.

Caleb Walker got the win allowing 2 runs on 4 hits with 2 strikeouts and 1 walk.

Tanner Marsh was 3 for 4 at the plate with 2 rbi and Randolph County got two hits from Harris Jackson.



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