S P O R T S T O N E   N E W S

February 28, 2018 - From Wheatmore High School

The Warriors defeated Southern Guilford 9-4 thanks to a strong start, scoring on a groundout by Bryce Lowe in the first inning and a double by Gabe Hernandez in the second inning.

Warriors tallied three runs in the sixth inning. The rally was led by a single by Camdon Wishon, a groundout by Matt Owens, and a fielder's choice by Dawson Payne.

Nick Halo took the win for Warriors. He surrendered four runs on four hits over six and two-thirds innings, striking out eight. Hernandez threw one-third of an inning in relief out of the bullpen.

Kendal Clark took the loss for Southern Guilford. He allowed six hits and five runs over two and two-thirds innings, striking out two.

Warriors totaled eight hits in the game. Wishon and Connor Cox all managed multiple hits for Warriors.

February 28, 2018 – Wednesday schedule  

Women's Soccer

South Stokes 6, Trinity 2
Randleman 4, SW Randolph 3


Providence Grove 4, Lee County 1
SW Randolph 10, E Randolph 2
Randleman 6, Northwood 5
Wheatmore 9, Southern Guilford 4


Trinity 6, Page 1
Providence Grove 3, SW Randolph 0
Randleman 18, East Montgomery 6
Glenn 2, Wheatmore 1
5:00 Uwharrie Charter at Chatham Charter
7:00 E Randolph at Southeast Guilford

Men's Golf

3:30 Asheboro at Providence Grove
POSTPONED E Randolph at SW Randolph

Men's Tennis

POSTPONED Providence Grove at SW Randolph
POSTPONED Central at Trinity
POSTPONED Randleman at Wheatmore

February 27, 2018 - Men's Basketball Playoffs

3A - Eastern Guilford 62, Southern Lee 37

1A - Winston-Salem Prep 78, North Stanly 67

February 26, 2018 – With the high school basketball season over for Randolph County teams, it's only two days until the start of spring sports.

Wednesday, February 28 is the first day that official contests (other than scrimmages) are allowed by the NCHSAA. State Christian School Association contests begin in early March.

All ten schools in Randolph County participate in baseball, softball and women's soccer. Most of the eight public schools participate in track and field along with men's tennis and golf while the Christian School Association offers both men's and women's golf in the spring.

Asheboro High School also fields a men's lacrosse team.

Schedules for each can be found on the corresponding spring sports pages here at

February 24, 2018 - Saturday Basketball

NCCSA 2A Women's State Championship

Alamance Christian 51, Faith Christian 44

NCHSAA Round 3

3A Women - Havelock 58, Eastern Guilford 56
3A Men - Eastern Guilford 84, Northern Guilford 48
1A Men - North Stanly 90, Avery County 49

February 24, 2018Women's 2A State Championship

North Carolina Christian School Association

Saturday, 2:00 pm

Faith Christian School (21-4) vs Alamance Christian School (24-3)

Faith Christian School will attempt a 'Three-peat' Saturday afternoon as the Eagles play for their third consecutive championship in women's basketball.

For the second straight year it's Faith versus Alamance. In 2017, Faith won the title by a 37-32 score. This season each team has won on their home court, FCS defeated Alamance 41-37 in Ramseur while Alamance won 51-33 in Graham.

The 2018 State Championship will be played on a neutral court, at Gospel Light Christian School in Walkertown.

Women's Semi-final Results (Friday)

Alamance Christian School 64, Wilson Christian Academy 35
Faith Christian School 34, Union Grove Christian School 25

February 23, 2018 – Wheatmore senior Hailey Mince signed with Emory & Henry College in January.

In her first three seasons with Warriors softball, nearly half of her hits have been for extra bases including nine home runs. Mince was an All-State selection following her sophomore year and All-District as a junior.

Emory & Henry is located in Emory, Virginia where the Wasps are a part of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference.

February 23, 2018 – The basketball season ended for the Wheatmore men's team and the rest of the PAC 7 last night in the second round of the state playoffs.

Wheatmore was defeated at top seed Mountain Heritage by the score of 56-54.

Also last night, the Andrews men lost at #7 West Stokes 64-45 and the Andrews women's team, a #7 seed, became the second upset victim of #23 Currituck County losing 51-50 in overtime.

In the 3A playoffs, both teams from Eastern Guilford advanced while the Williams men and Southeast Guilford women were eliminated.

In the North Carolina Christian School Association, Faith Christian School defeated Faith Christian Academy of Goldsboro in the State Quarterfinals 46-27. That puts the Faith women's team (20-4) in the second semi-final game Friday afternoon at 5:00 against Union Grove Christian School (20-8).

The winner will play the winner of Friday's other semi-final game between Alamance Christian (23-3) and Wilson Christian (17-12) for the 2018 State Championship at 2:00 pm Saturday.

The NCCSA Championships are being played at Gospel Light Christian School in Walkertown.

February 22, 2018 – Thursday Playoff Basketball

PAC 7 Women

#23 Currituck County 51, #7 TW Andrews 50  (OT)

PAC 7 Men

#7 West Stokes 64, #10 TW Andrews 45
#1 Mountain Heritage 56, #17 Wheatmore 54

MPC Women

#2 Eastern Guilford 82, #15 Harnett Central 42
#1 Ashbrook 62, #16 Southeast Guilford 47


#1 Eastern Guilford 89, #14 Person 60
#6 Northern Guilford 62, #11 Williams 57

YVC Women

#10 Cherokee 74, #7 Gray Stone Day 47


#6 Starmount 48, #11 North Rowan 45
#5 North Stanly 82, #12 Chatham Central 60

NCCSA 2A Women

#1 Faith Christian School 46, #4 Faith Christian Academy 27

February 21, 2018 – Wheatmore was the only Randolph County basketball team to advance past Tuesday's first round. The Warriors defeated Thomasville 56-52 in the men's tournament and will play at top seeded Mountain Heritage High School in round two on Thursday.

Also moving on was TW Andrews which defeated Hibreten 49-44 while Randleman lost at Elizabeth City Northeastern High School 57-42 and Providence Grove fell at Northern Vance 79-59.

In 2A women's action North Wilkes defeated Trinity 72-43, Washington eliminated Jordan-Matthews 50-48 and PAC 7 champion TW Andrews advanced past North Lenoir 69-35.

Eight teams from the Mid-Piedmont Conference qualified for the High School basketball playoffs but only four of those advanced to the second round.

In women's action Tuesday night Asheboro fell to Tuscola 42-34 and Southern Alamance lost at East Wake 59-49. Conference champion Eastern Guilford defeated West Johnston 64-21 and the second seed from the MPC, Southeast Guilford, defeated Central Cabarrus 82-76.

The top seed from the conference advanced in men's basketball as Eastern Guilford defeated Wilson Fike 82-45. Williams, which tied for second place but entered the state playoffs as the number three team from the MPC defeated Durham Hillside 92-76. In the west regional Southern Guilford lost at Gastonia Huss 58-52 and Asheboro fell at top seeded Cox Mill 67-24.

February 20, 2018 – Tuesday Playoff Basketball


Tuscola 42, Asheboro 34
North Wilkes 72, Trinity 43
 THS: Jade Earnhardt 22 points
 Bre Brown 11 points
 Lexi Hinson 8 points


Wheatmore 56, Thomasville 52
 THS: Jade Earnhardt 22 points
 Bre Brown 11 points
 Lexi Hinson 8 points
Cox Mill 67, Asheboro 24
Northern Vance 79, Providence Grove 59
Northeastern 57, Randleman 42

February 19, 2018Anna Thomas, a senior at Providence Grove, has committed to Emory & Henry College for softball. The All-State performer hit .527 as a junior and has a career batting average of .436 through three varsity seasons. Thomas also has 38 wins as a pitcher for the Patriots.

Emory & Henry is located in Emory, Virginia where the Wasps are a part of the ODAC.

February 19, 2018 – More Randolph County student-athletes have signed National Letters of Intent to continue their academic and athletic careers.

Olivia Henderson, a three year varsity performer in volleyball at Randleman has signed with Salem College of the USA South Conference. Henderson committed to the Spirits on February 15.

Brandon Carter of Providence Grove has signed with Guilford College. Carter will continue his basketball career as a Quaker in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference.

February 18, 2018 – Awards from the State Wrestling Championships

1A Top Team Results

1 Uwharrie Charter Academy 115.5 points
2 Rosewood 110.5 points
3 Robbinsville 93 points
Most Outstanding Wrestler Award: Jade Lloyd (Elkin, 138 lbs.)

2A Top Team Results

1 Fred T Foard 124.0 points
2 West Lincoln 106.0 points
3 Wheatmore 85.5 points
Most Outstanding Wrestler Award: Rylee Billings (West Wilkes, 120 lbs.)

3A Top Team Results

1 Piedmont 118.0 points
2 Southeast Guilford 107.0 points
3 Cape Fear 87.5 points
Most Outstanding Wrestler Award: Carson Smith (Southeast Guilford, 120 lbs.)

4A Top Team Results

1 Mooresville 125.5 points
2 Cary 96.0 points
3 Ragsdale 93.5 points
Most Outstanding Wrestler: Eric Hudson (West Mecklenburg, 195 lbs.)

February 17, 2018Men's Basketball Playoffs

The final brackets have been released for the men's basketball playoffs by the NCHSAA.

From the Mid-Piedmont Conference Asheboro (10-14) is seeded 32nd in the west bracket and will open the tournament at top seeded Cox Mill High School (23-3). Southern Guilford (17-9) qualified as the #20 seed and travels to #13 Huss High School (17-8).

In the east bracket, MPC champion Eastern Guilford (23-2) is seeded third and will host #30 Fike (11-13). Williams (21-4) is the 11th seed and hosts Hillside (14-10) in the opening round.

In the 2A playoffs, four teams from the PAC 7 are in with Wheatmore and TW Andrews in the west bracket; Providence Grove and Randleman in the east. The Warriors (22-5) are the 17th seed and travel to #16 Thomasville (19-6) on Tuesday while the Raiders (9-13) earned a 10th seed and will host #23 Hibriten (17-7). Providence Grove (15-8) is seeded 25th and plays at #8 Northern Vance (19-7) in the first round while 28th seeded Randleman (13-9) will play at #5 Northeastern (20-4).

Qualifying teams from the 1A Yadkin Valley Conference are North Stanly (#5), North Rowan (#11) and Albemarle (#15), all in the west regional.

February 17, 2018 - State Wrestling Championships

Hayden Waddell and Michael Smith win State Championships.

Championship Round - in progress

1A 113: Hayden Waddell, 44-3 (UCA) defeated Matt Lovin, 42-10 (Robbinsville) Fall
1A 120: Timothy Decatur, 54-2 (Rosewood)  defeated Josh Poteat, 34-7 (UCA) TF 
2A 120: Rylee Billings, 48-0 (West Wilkes) defeated Ethan Oakley, 50-1 (WHS) Dec. 9-8
2A 132: Logan Lambert, 37-1 (S Rowan) defeated Jared Niemitalo, 46-10 (WHS) Dec. 4-3
3A 220: Michael Smith, 48-1 (AHS) defeated Nick Hampton, 45-2 (N Iredell) Dec. 10-5

February 17, 2018Women's Basketball Playoffs

The final brackets have been released for the women's basketball playoffs by the NCHSAA.

From the Mid-Piedmont Conference Asheboro (13-12) is seeded 27th in the west bracket and will open the tournament at #6 Tuscola High School (20-5). In the east bracket, Southern Alamance (14-13) is seeded 26th and will play at #7 East Wake (16-7) and MPC champ Eastern Guilford (22-3) is seeded at #2 and will host #31 West Johnston (11-15).

In the 2A west regional, Trinity (14-13) is a #30 seed and will play at #3 North Wilkes (23-3) in the first round. TW Andrews (18-6) is seeded 7th in the east and will host #26 North Lenoir (10-14) while Jordan-Matthews (14-13) is an 18th seed and will travel to #15 Washington (14-12).

Qualifying teams from the 1A Yadkin Valley Conference are Gray Stone Day (#7), Albemarle (#13) and South Davidson (#16 west). All are in the west regional.

The high school basketball playoffs begin on Tuesday, February 20.

February 17, 2018 – State Wrestling Championships

With only the championship matches remaining, eight Randolph County wrestlers made it to the penultimate round in this year's state tournament.

Four Uwharrie Charter wrestlers, senior Bailey Parks and juniors Caleb Bryant, Nick Menjivar and Isaiah Martin finished in third place in their weight divisions.

UCA senior Dylan Jones placed fourth, as did Wheatmore senior Chase McKinney and sophomore Devin Daugherty.

Wheatmore's Hayden Caldwell finished in sixth place.

This afternoon's Championship Round will feature five more local wrestlers - Hayden Waddell and Josh Poteat from Uwharrie Charter; Ethan Oakley and Jared Niemitalo from Wheatmore and Michael Smith from Asheboro High School. The championships are scheduled to begin at 4:30 pm.

February 17, 2018 – State Wrestling Championships

1:00 pm Consolation Finals

Fifth Place Matches - 2A

106: Zack Lewis, 42-9 (RS Central) defeated Hayden Caldwell, 46-13 (WHS) Dec. 3-2

Third Place Matches - 2A

145: Sincere King, 47-5 (N Pitt) defeated Chase McKinney, 50-6 (WHS) Dec. 3-1
220: Jason Wescott, 39-9 (Foard) defeated Devin Daugherty, 33-14 (WHS) OT SV

Third Place Matches - 1A

138: Caleb Bryant, 37-9 (UCA) defeated Mason Hulin, 35-8 (S Davidson) Fall
145: Nick Menjivar, 43-8 (UCA) defeated Alex Gonzalez, 41-8 (Neuse Charter) Dec. 4-2
170: Bailey Parks, 44-8 (UCA) defeated Jackson Tumbarello, 37-9 (Mt Airy) Fall
182: Isaiah Martin, 40-4 (UCA) defeated Blake Williams, 20-10 (Avery County) Fall
195: Mitchell Edwards, 28-2 (E Surry) defeated Dylan Jones, 32-11 (UCA) Dec. 2-0

February 17, 2018 – State Wrestling Championships

11:30 am consolation round 

1A 126: Nathan Fisher, 39-10 (Robbinsville) defeated Adam Robins, 40-9 (UCA) Dec. 6-1
1A 138: Caleb Bryant, 36-9 (UCA) defeated Mason Hulin, 35-7 (S Davidson) MD 10-2
1A 145: Nick Menjivar, 42-8 (UCA) defeated Joshua Pardue, 27-10 (Starmount) Fall
1A 152: Chris Butera, 42-11 (Mt Airy) defeated Jerry Jimenez, 41-8 (UCA) Fall
1A 160: Austin Tumbarello, 33-11 (Mt Airy) defeated Branson Lambert, 29-6 (UCA) Fall
1A 170: Bailey Parks, 43-8 (UCA) defeated Jerry Neese, 34-11 (Elkin) Fall
1A 182: Isaiah Martin, 39-4 (UCA) defeated Cyle Ponchot, 25-9 (Swain County) Fall
2A 106: Hunter Ross, 43-3 (Central Academy) defeated Hayden Caldwell, 46-12 (WHS) MD 13-2
2A 145: Chase McKinney, 50-5 (WHS) defeated Colby Teague, 40-7 (Bandys) Dec. 4-2
2A 220: Jason Wescott, 37-9 (Foard) defeated Cody Hyatt, 27-7 (THS) For.
2A 220: Devin Daugherty, 33-13 (WHS) defeated Albert Harris, 36-5 (Currituck Co) For.

9:00 am consolation round 

1A 138: Caleb Bryant, 35-9 (UCA) defeated Isaiah Carr, 23-12 (Mt Island Charter) Dec. 7-5
1A 152: Jerry Jimenez, 41-7 (UCA) defeated Kaleb Mitchell, 32-11 (S Stokes) Fall
1A 160: Branson Lambert, 29-5 (UCA) defeated Kyle Balageo, 15-8 (Princeton) Fall
2A 106: Hayden Caldwell, 46-11 (WHS) defeated Landon Stocks, 43-9 (Ayden-Grifton) Dec. 7-2
1A 195: Dylan Jones, 31-10 (UCA) defeated Carter Terry, 7-8 (N Stanly) Fall
2A 145: Colby Teague, 40-6 (Bandys) defeated Cain Steiner, 20-6 (RHS) Dec. 3-0
2A 182: Forrest Antwine, 41-5 (Surry Central) defeated Pierre Hakizimana, 24-7 (WHS) Fall
2A 220: Devin Daugherty, 32-13 (WHS) defeated Jacobie Lewis, 24-9 (Carrboro) Dec. 7-4

February 17, 2018 – State Championships will be awarded Saturday in the Individual Wrestling Tournament which ends it's three day run at the Greensboro Coliseum.

Five Randolph County wrestlers are still in contention for state titles – Hayden Waddell and Josh Poteat from Uwharrie Charter Academy, Ethan Oakley and Jared Niemitalo from Wheatmore High School and Michael Smith from Asheboro High School.

A number of wrestlers are still competing in the consolation brackets and could still finish as high as third place in the state. 

9:00 am consolation session includes local wrestlers:

1A 138: Caleb Bryant, 34-9 (UCA) 
1A 152: Jerry Jimenez, 40-7 (UCA) 
1A 160: Branson Lambert, 28-5 (UCA) 
1A 195: Dylan Jones, 30-10 (UCA) 
2A 106: Hayden Caldwell, 45-11 (WHS) 
2A 145: Cain Steiner, 20-5 (RHS) 
2A 182: Pierre Hakizimana, 24-6 (WHS) 
2A 220: Devin Daugherty, 31-13 (WHS) 

11:30 am consolation session includes:

1A 126: Adam Robins, 40-8 (UCA) 
1A 145: Nick Menjivar, 41-8 (UCA) 
1A 170: Bailey Parks, 42-8 (UCA) 
1A 182: Isaiah Martin, 38-4 (UCA) 
2A 145: Chase McKinney, 49-5 (WHS) 
2A 220: Cody Hyatt, 27-6 (THS) 

1:00 pm Consolation Finals - 5th/6th place matches, 3rd/4th place matches

4:30 pm - Championship Round 

1A 113: Hayden Waddell, 43-3 (UCA) vs Matt Lovin, 42-9 (Robbinsville) 
1A 120: Josh Poteat, 34-6 (UCA) vs Timothy Decatur, 53-2 (Rosewood) 
2A 120: Ethan Oakley, 50-0 (WHS) vs Rylee Billings, 47-0 (West Wilkes) 
2A 132: Jared Niemitalo, 46-9 (WHS) vs Logan Lambert, 36-1 (S Rowan)
3A 220: Michael Smith, 47-1 (AHS) vs Nick Hampton, 45-1 (N Iredell) 

February 16, 2018 - Friday Basketball


Trinity 44, Eastern Randolph 36 - PAC 7 tie-breaker game
TW Andrews 48, Jordan-Matthews 36 - PAC 7 Tournament Championship
Albemarle 53, Gray Stone Day 43 - Yadkin Valley Tournament Championship
Eastern Guilford 61, Southern Alamance 47 - Mid-Piedmont Tournament Championship
Faith Christian 37, Sheets Memorial 28 - District playoffs


Wheatmore 47, Randleman 45 - PAC 7 Tournament Championship
North Rowan 64, North Stanly 61 - Yadkin Valley Tournament Championship
Williams 72, Eastern Guilford 67  - Mid-Piedmont Tournament Championship
Tabernacle Christian 82, Faith Christian 70 - District playoffs

February 16, 2018 - State Wrestling Championships

1A Semi-finals

113: Hayden Waddell, 43-3 (UCA) defeated Evan Wagoner, 28-21 (Alleghany) TF;
Waddell advanced to Championship round at 4:30 pm Saturday.
120: Josh Poteat, 34-6 (UCA) defeated Braden Millsaps, 32-2 (Robbinsville) Fall;
Poteat advanced to Championship round at 4:30 pm Saturday.
126: Logan Merrill, 21-4 (S Davidson) defeated Adam Robins, 40-8 (UCA) Dec. 9-5;
Robins to consolation round at 9:00 am Saturday.
145: Mikey Grubbs, 34-9 (Elkin) defeated Nick Menjivar, 41-8 (UCA) Fall;
Menjivar to consolation round at 9:00 am Saturday.
170: Jacari Deal, 35-6 (Voyager Academy) defeated Bailey Parks, 42-8 (UCA) SV (OT);
Parks to consolation round at 9:00 am Saturday.
182: Sean Kostiuk, 38-8 (Cherokee) defeated Isaiah Martin, 38-4 (UCA) Fall;
Martin to consolation round at 9:00 am Saturday.

2A Semi-finals

120: Ethan Oakley, 50-0 (WHS) defeated Spencer Harris, 52-6 (Newton-Conover) Dec. 4-2;
Oakley advanced to Championship round at 4:30 pm Saturday.
132: Jared Niemitalo, 46-9 (WHS) defeated Will Berkowitz, 44-4 (Shelby) Dec. 5-2;
Niemitalo advanced to Championship round at 4:30 pm Saturday.
145: Nathan Hull, 43-2 (W Lincoln) defeated Chase McKinney, 49-5 (WHS) Fall;
McKinney to consolation round at 9:00 am Saturday.
220: Zachariah Bare, 38-1 (Ashe County) defeated Cody Hyatt, 26-6 (THS) Fall;
Hyatt to consolation round at 9:00 am Saturday.

3A Semi-finals

220: Michael Smith, 47-1 (AHS) defeated Ray Dixon, 38-3 (Douglas Byrd) Dec. 4-2;
Smith advanced to Championship round at 4:30 pm Saturday.

February 16, 2018 - State Wrestling Championships

2A Quarterfinals

106: Carson Goins, 29-2 (W Stokes) defeated Hayden Caldwell, 44-11 (WHS) Dec. 8-2;
Caldwell to consolation round at 2:00 pm.
120: Ethan Oakley, 49-0 (WHS) defeated Louis Mehaffey, 35-21 (Pisgah) TF;
Oakley advanced to semi-finals at 6:00 pm.
132: Jared Niemitalo, 45-9 (WHS) defeated Troy Coleman, 36-11 (W Iredell) Dec. 4-2;
Niemitalo advanced to semi-finals at 6:00 pm.
145: Chase McKinney, 49-4 (WHS) defeated Hunter Sforza, 38-3 (W Davidson) Fall;
McKinney advanced to semi-finals at 6:00 pm.
170: Alberto Vargas-Perez, 40-2 (Lexington) defeated Morgan York, 25-6 (ER) MD 14-2;
York to consolation round at 2:00 pm.
182: Kyle Kort, 28-12 (Croatan) defeated Pierre Hakizimana, 23-6 (WHS) Dec. 4-2;
Hakizimana to consolation round at 2:00 pm.
220: Cody Hyatt, 27-5 (THS) defeated Grayson Cannon, 36-4 (East Lincoln) Fall;
Hyatt advanced to semi-finals at 6:00 pm.
220: Zachariah Bare, 37-1 (Ashe County) defeated Devin Daugherty, 30-13 (WHS) Dec. 6-2;
Daugherty to consolation round at 2:00 pm.

3A Quarterfinals - in progress

106: Gerald Mills, 32-5 (Northern Durham) defeated Zack Brim, 38-8 (SWR) Fall;
Brim to consolation round at 2:00 pm.
220: Michael Smith, 46-1 (AHS) defeated Chris Matthews, 23-7 (Cape Fear) Dec. 4-2;
Smith advanced to semi-finals at 6:00 pm.

1A Quarterfinals - 2:00

113: Hayden Waddell, 42-3 (UCA) defeated Brenton Lawing, 40-15 (Cherryville) Fall;
Waddell advanced to semi-finals at 6:00 pm.
120: Josh Poteat, 33-6 (UCA) defeated Jonah Hayes, 27-8 (Avery County) Fall;
Poteat advanced to semi-finals at 6:00 pm.
126: Adam Robins, 40-7 (UCA) defeated Coltin Marlowe, 37-8 (Mitchell) Dec. 7-3;
Robins advanced to semi-finals at 6:00 pm.
138: Jude Lloyd, 43-0 (Elkin) defeated Caleb Bryant, 34-9 (UCA) TF;
Bryant to consolation round at 9:00 am Saturday.
145: Nick Menjivar, 41-7 (UCA) defeated Sam Everhardt, 24-10 (Swain County) MD 14-5;
Menjivar advanced to semi-finals at 6:00 pm.
152: Sam Sneed, 26-9 (Cherokee) defeated Jerry Jimenez, 40-7 (UCA-152#) Dec. 18-12;
Jimenez to consolation round at 9:00 am Saturday.
160: Ryan Richardson, 39-7 (Mitchell) defeated Branson Lambert, 28-5 (UCA) Fall;
Lambert to consolation round at 9:00 am Saturday.
170: Bailey Parks, 42-7 (UCA) defeated Jackson Tumbarello, 35-8 (Mount Airy) Fall;
Parks advanced to semi-finals at 6:00 pm.
182: Isaiah Martin, 38-3 (UCA) defeated John Bennett, 36-16 (Mount Airy) Fall;
Martin advanced to semi-finals at 6:00 pm.
195: Cory Farmer, 23-2 (Murphy) defeated Dylan Jones, 30-10 (UCA) Fall;
Jones to consolation round at 9:00 am Saturday.

February 16, 2018 – Friday schedule

Wrestling State Championship – Day 2 at Greensboro Coliseum

9:00 am 2A, 3A, 4A Consolation Round
11:00 am 2A, 3A, 4A Quarterfinals
2:00 pm 1A Quarterfinals, 2A, 3A, 4A Consolation Round
6:00 pm Semi-finals (all classifications)

Women's Basketball

5:00 Sheets Memorial at Faith Christian
6:00 Eastern Randolph at Trinity
6:00 TW Andrews vs Jordan-Matthews (at Wheatmore)

Men's Basketball

7:30 Randleman at Wheatmore

February 15, 2018 - Thursday Basketball


North Stanly 78, Uwharrie Charter 43

February 15, 2018 – Thursday Wrestling 

2A Opening Round - 8:00 pm

106: Hayden Caldwell, 43-10 (WHS) defeated Eddie Leon, 36-11 (South Lenoir) Dec. 3-1;
Caldwell advanced to quarterfinals at 11:00 am Friday.
113: Loki Ryan, 40-4 (R-S Central) defeated Aaron Ortega-Perez, 17-10 (THS) Fall;
Ortega-Perez to consolation round at 9:00 am Friday.
120: Ethan Oakley, 48-0 (WHS) defeated Thomas Conrad, 27-9 (N Davidson) Fall; Oakley advanced to quarterfinals at 11:00 am Friday.
132: Jared Niemitalo, 44-9 (WHS) defeated Josh Riggs, 35-11 (FT Foard) Dec. 8-2;
Niemitalo advanced to quarterfinals at 11:00 am Friday.
132: Xander Pendergrass, 33-8 (W Lincoln) defeated Christian Garcia, 22-4 (ER) Fall;
Garcia to consolation round at 9:00 am Friday.
138: Cade McDonald, 35-4 (Mt Pleasant) defeated Jermell Brockington, 29-15 (THS) MD 14-0;
Brockington to consolation round at 9:00 am Friday.
145: Chase McKinney, 48-4 (WHS) defeated Austin Ingram, 32-5 (W Craven) Dec. 8-2;
McKinney advanced to quarterfinals at 11:00 am Friday.
145: Justin Jolin, 32-6 (Croatan) defeated Cain Steiner, 18-5 (RHS) Dec. 9-8;
Steiner to consolation round at 9:00 am Friday.
170: Morgan York, 25-5 (ER) defeated Walker Gladwell, 23-8 (Croatan) Fall;
York advanced to quarterfinals at 11:00 am Friday.
182: Pierre Hakizimana, 23-5 (WHS) defeated Ethan Adams, 19-6 (Wilkes Central) Fall;
Hakizimana advanced to quarterfinals at 11:00 am Friday.
182: Daniel Pearce, 31-5 (Hendersonville) defeated Ayden Prevatte, 8-7 (THS) MD 9-0;
Prevatte to consolation round at 9:00 am Friday.
195: Nate Isenhour, 33-6 (Mt Pleasant) defeated Joey Ferguson, 30-13 (WHS) MD 15-6;
Ferguson to consolation round at 9:00 am Friday.
220: Cody Hyatt, 26-5 (THS) defeated Kavon Aytch-Cuttino, 30-7 (Ayden-Grifton) Fall;
Hyatt advanced to quarterfinals at 11:00 am Friday.
220: Devin Daugherty, 30-12 (WHS) defeated Logan Nichols, 32-8 (Washington) Fall;
Daugherty advanced to quarterfinals at 11:00 am Friday.
285: Johnny Araya, 39-10 (Lincolnton) defeated Mikel Long, 27-11 (WHS) Dec. 8-3;
Long to consolation round at 9:00 am Friday.

February 15, 2018 - The PAC 7 Conference will need a tie-breaker game between Trinity and Eastern Randolph to determine the number three seed for the upcoming girls state tournament.

The Bulldogs, Wildcats and Wheatmore Warriors finished in a three way tie for third place during the regular season. Wheatmore was eliminated in the first round of the Conference Tournament while Trinity and Eastern were eliminated in the semi-finals.

The tie-breaker game will be Friday at 6:00 pm at Trinity High School.

February 15, 2018 – Thursday Wrestling

3A Opening Round

106: Zack Brim38-7 (SWR) defeated Jaydon Desaulniers, 28-5 (Cleveland) Dec. 9-8;
Brim advanced to quarterfinals at 11 am Friday.
145: Deondra James, 24-4 (Clayton) defeated Austin Curry, 32-6 (AHS) Dec. 6-5;
Curry to consolation round at 9 am Friday.
220: Michael Smith, 45-1 (AHS) defeated Michael Rogers, 35-5 (Franklinton) Fall;
Smith advanced to quarterfinals at 11 am Friday.

February 15, 2018 – Thursday schedule

Wrestling – Greensboro Coliseum

4:00 pm 3A State Championship opening rounds
8:00 pm 2A State Championship opening rounds

Men's Basketball – Pfeiffer University

5:30 Uwharrie Charter vs North Stanly

February 14, 2018 – The PAC 7 Basketball Tournament Championships are set for Friday night at Wheatmore High School.

Tip time to determine the girls tournament title is 6:00 pm as top seeded TW Andrews (12-0, 17-6) faces #2 seed Jordan-Matthews (7-5, 14-12).

The boys tournament championship will follow the girls game at about 7:30 pm with #2 Wheatmore (9-3, 21-5) taking on the fourth seed Randleman (7-5, 13-8).

February 14, 2018 – Wednesday Basketball


TW Andrews 62, Trinity 39
E Guilford 59, Asheboro 33
Jordan-Matthews 61, Eastern Randolph 37


Randleman 59, TW Andrews 55
Wheatmore 55, Providence Grove 50
 PG: Evan Taylor 17 points
 WHS: Gavin Rains 17 points
Corey Hudgens 14 points

February 13, 2018 – Tuesday Basketball


Asheboro 55, Southwestern Randolph 50
Faith Christian 49, Forsyth Home Educators 43


Uwharrie Charter 88, South Stanly 86
Southern Alamance 57, Asheboro 50
Southern Guilford 59, Southwestern Randolph 42

February 12, 2018 – Monday Basketball


Trinity 55, Wheatmore 47
Jordan-Matthews 45, Providence Grove 37
Eastern Randolph 45, Randleman 40
Faith Christian 58, Gospel Light 44


Randleman 57, Trinity 52  (OT)
 THS: Thunder Levy 18 points
 Conner Stanley 14 points
 Tyler Hammons 11 points
 RHS: Dominic Poole 11 points
 Tanner McGee 11 points
 Nathan Cassidy 10 points
 Sam Gribble 10 points
Providence Grove 75, Jordan-Matthews 61
 PG: Daylin Locklear 22 points
 Brandon Carter 16 points
 Evan Taylor 10 points
Wheatmore 61, Eastern Randolph 45
Faith Christian 56, Gospel Light 49

February 12, 2018 – From Asheboro High School

Kalynn McNair competed in the NCHSAA Indoor Track and Field championships in Winston-Salem this past weekend. The Asheboro senior finished second in the state in the triple jump despite jumping with a sore knee that had prevented her from practicing.

McNair's distance in the finals was 38-01.25. She has already committed to UNC-Charlotte for Track & Field.

February 12, 2018 – Monday Basketball


6:00 Faith Christian at Gospel Light
6:00 Randleman at Eastern Randolph
6:00 Trinity at Wheatmore
7:00 Providence Grove at Jordan-Matthews


7:00 Jordan-Matthews at Providence Grove
7:00 Trinity at Randleman
7:30 Eastern Randolph at Wheatmore
7:30 Faith Christian at Gospel Light

February 11, 2018 - Wrestling (with venue correction)

The 2018 State Wrestling Championships will take place this week in the Greensboro Coliseum rather than the Coliseum Complex Field House.

2A, 3A and 4A preliminary matches begin Thursday, February 15th and 1A matches start on Friday the 16th. The tournaments continue through Saturday.

Twenty-eight Randolph County wrestlers qualified for the title matches including two defending State Champions. Hayden Waddell is among the 10 wrestlers from Uwharrie Charter Academy who will be competing. Waddell won last years title in the 106 pound weight class. Among the eight qualifiers from Wheatmore is last year's winner at 120 pounds, Ethan Oakley - who was attending Providence Grove at the time. Four wrestlers from Trinity will be competing for a title along with two from Asheboro, two from Eastern Randolph and one each from Randleman and Southwestern Randolph.

The wrestlers and start times are on the SportsTone wrestling page.

February 11, 2018 - Saturday Basketball


North Rowan 48, Uwharrie Charter 33


Uwharrie Charter 68, North Rowan 61

February 10, 2018 – Regional playoff competition has wrapped up for high school wrestling with seven local athletes earning Regional Championships.

Michael Smith of Asheboro, Hayden Caldwell, Ethan Oakley, Jared Niemitalo and Pierre Hakizimana from Wheatmore and Hayden Waddell and Jerry Jiminez of Uwharrie Charter all placed first in their weight classifications.

More than 80 athletes from the eight wrestling programs in Randolph County participated with a number of others placing in the top three of their class. Local results can be found on the SportsTone Wrestling page.

The 2018 State Wrestling Championships begin Thursday, February 15th at the Greensboro Coliseum.

February 10, 2018 – The Mid-Piedmont Conference basketball tournament will begin Tuesday with higher seeded teams hosting opening round games. The tournament semi-finals and championship games will be played at Southeast Guilford on Friday, February 16.

As Conference Champions, both the Eastern Guilford women and men will have first round byes.

MPC Tuesday schedule:

6:00 (W) #5 Asheboro at #4 SW Randolph
6:00 (W) #6 Williams at #3 S Alamance
6:00 (W) #7 S Guilford at #2 SE Guilford
6:00 (M) #5 S Alamance at #4 Asheboro
6:00 (M) #6 SE Guilford at #3 Williams
6:00 (M) #7 SW Randolph at #2 S Guilford

February 10, 2018 – The PAC 7 Conference basketball tournament will begin Monday with higher seeded teams hosting opening round games. The tournament semi-finals will also be played at higher seeds on Wednesday and the Tournament Championship games will take place at Wheatmore on Friday, February 16.

As Conference Champions, both the TW Andrews Raiders women and men will have first round byes.

PAC 7 Monday schedule:

6:00 (W) #6 Randleman at #3 Eastern Randolph
6:00 (W) #5 Trinity at #4 Wheatmore
7:00 (W) #7 Providence Grove at #2 Jordan-Matthews
7:00 (M) #6 Jordan-Matthews at #3 Providence Grove
7:00 (M) #5 Trinity at #4 Randleman
7:30 (M) #7 Eastern Randolph at #2 Wheatmore

February 10, 2018 – Saturday schedule

Wrestling Individual Regionals (Day 2)

8:30 1A EAST at South Davidson High School (YVC wrestlers)
9:00 2A MID-EAST at Wheatmore High School (PAC 7 wrestlers)
9:30 3A MID-WEST at Morehead High School (MPC wrestlers)


6:00 North Rowan at Uwharrie Charter

February 10, 2018 – Randleman senior Tanner McGee has signed with the University of South Alabama Jaguars to continue his football career after high school.

McGee played three seasons on varsity for the Tigers at the quarterback position with more than 4300 receiving yards with 45 touchdowns against 19 interceptions. He was named Offensive Player of the Year following the 2017 season in the Piedmont Athletic Conference after helping his team to an 11-2 record (6-0 in the conference) and the third round of the 2A playoffs.

USA is a member of the Sun Belt Conference located in Mobile, Alabama.

February 9, 2018 - Friday Basketball


Jordan-Matthews 47, Providence Grove 33
Alamance Christian 51, Faith Christian 33
Southeast Guilford 59, Southwestern Randolph 53
TW Andrews 63, Wheatmore 34
Union Grove 54, Fayetteville Street 33
Trinity 45, Eastern Randolph 40


TW Andrews 59, Wheatmore 56
 WHS: Gavin Rains 28 points
 Matt Owens 10 Points
Providence Grove 57, Jordan-Matthews 44
Alamance Christian 76, Faith Christian 40
Southeast Guilford 65, Southwestern Randolph 58
Trinity 63, Eastern Randolph 40
 THS: Leland Hayes 17 points 3 steals
 Tyler Hammonds 15 points 11 rebounds
 Hunter Neal 11 points 5 assists
 Connor Stanley 9 points 11 rebounds

February 9, 20181A/2A State Swimming Championships

Congratulations to Wheatmore's Katie Fritz who finished 3rd in the state in the 50 yard freestyle race. Fritz was third following the morning preliminary heat with a time of 25.05 seconds and then swam the distance in 25.19 seconds during the afternoon championship race.

A total of fve swimmers from Randolph County competed in the 2018 High School Swimming Championships today in Cary. The women's relay team from Wheatmore High School, consisting of Emma Godwin (Jr), Kyndall Fritz (So), Erin Lambeth (So) and Katie Fritz (Fr) finished 12th in the 200 yard Freestyle Relay and 13th in the 200 yard Medley Relay. Godwin also placed 14th in the 100 yard freestyle event.

Bradley Cox of Eastern Randolph High School advanced to the State Swim Meet after a strong showing in last week's regionals. Cox placed 16th in the 100 yard backstroke event.

February 9, 2018 – Friday schedule

Swimming at Triangle Aquatic Center, Cary

9:00 1A/2A NC High School Swimming Championships preliminary round
4:45 1A/2A NC High School Swimming Championships

Wrestling Individual Regionals (Day 1)

5:00 1A EAST at South Davidson High School (YVC wrestlers)
5:00 2A MID-EAST at Wheatmore High School (PAC 7 wrestlers)
5:30 3A MID-WEST at Morehead High School (MPC wrestlers)


5:30 Faith Christian at Alamance Christian
6:00 Wheatmore at TW Andrews
6:00 Eastern Randolph at Trinity
6:00 Jordan-Matthews at Providence Grove
6:00 Southwestern Randolph at Southeast Guilford

February 8, 2018 - Trinity High School senior Brian Crooks has signed with Wingate University to play football following his high school graduation. Crooks was a starter for the Bulldogs on the offensive and defensive lines.

Prior to his family moving to Randolph County, Crooks was a starter at Mesa Ridge High School in Colorado. In three high school varsity seasons he totaled 179 tackles, four sacks and a touchdown.

February 8, 2018 - Thursday Basketball


Asheboro 64, Eastern Randolph 55  (OT)
South Davidson 68, Uwharrie Charter 29


Asheboro 59, Eastern Randolph 39
South Davidson 58, Uwharrie Charter 56

February 8, 2018 - From Southwestern Randolph High School

Congratulations to the following Varsity Fall and Winter Teams for being honored as NCHSAA National Guard Scholar Athlete Teams.

In order to receive this honor, the teams must earn a combined team GPA of 3.1

Women's Cross Country - 3.929
Women's Tennis - 3.773
Women's Basketball - 3.658
Women's Golf - 3.615
Men's Cross Country - 3.599
Volleyball - 3.590
Cheerleading - 3.569
Men's Basketball - 3.487
Wrestling - 3.196
Football - 3.190

February 8, 2018 - Thursday Basketball

6:00 Eastern Randolph at Asheboro

February 8, 2018 - Faith Christian School senior Ashley Avelino has signed with UNC-Greensboro to continue her soccer career following her final season at FCS. 

A multi-sport standout, Avelino has been honored as an All-State performer multiple times in soccer and has also been recognized for her skills in basketball, volleyball and cross country.

Avelino is a forward/midfielder and one of nine commitments to the Spartan program for the 2018-19 year.

Read the article from   HERE

February 7, 2018 - Wednesday Basketball


E Guilford 61, SW Randolph 42
TW Andrews 67, Providence Grove 39


E Guilford 73, SW Randolph 29
TW Andrews 71, Providence Grove 60
 PG: Malik Sutton 15 points
 Evan Taylor 12 points
 Kobe Morgan 12 points
 Daylin Locklear 10 points

February 6, 2018 - Tuesday Basketball


Southwestern Randolph 53, Asheboro 40
Eastern Randolph 46, Randleman 37
Gray Stone Day 48, Uwharrie Charter 11
Jordan-Matthews 55, Wheatmore 41
TW Andrews 55, Trinity 51  (OT)


Asheboro 63, Southwestern Randolph 51
 AHS: Tysean Freshwater 13 points
 Cory Durant 11 points
 Devingston Lewis 10 points
 SWR: Tanner Ferguson 19 points
 Ethan Reynolds 12 points
Randleman 63, Eastern Randolph 35
Wheatmore 60, Jordan-Matthews 58
Trinity 67, TW Andrews 45
 (win #575 for Trinity coach Tim Kelly)
 THS: Hunter Neal 27 points and 7 assists
 Thunder Levy 11 points
 Connor Stanley 10 points 6 rebounds
 Tyler Hammonds 10 points 5 rebounds 
Durham Flight Home School 49, Faith Christian 40
Uwharrie Charter at Gray Stone Day

February 6, 2018 – Trinity High School senior Kourtnie Blankenship has signed with Averett University in Danville, Virginia to continue her softball career following her high school graduation.

Blankenship has started for the Bulldogs for three seasons and will resume that roll in for the 2018 season.

Blankenship has a career batting average of .436 entering her senior season.

Averett University competes in the USA South Conference.

February 6, 2018 - Tuesday Basketball

5:30 Durham Flight Home School at Faith Christian
6:00 Asheboro at Southwestern Randolph
6:00 Randleman at Eastern Randolph
6:00 Trinity at TW Andrews
6:00 Wheatmore at Jordan-Matthews
6:00 Uwharrie Charter at Gray Stone Day

February 5, 2018 – Monday Basketball


Wheatmore 55, Providence Grove 43
Albemarle 39, Uwharrie Charter 21


Wheatmore 71, Providence Grove 67
Albemarle 72, Uwharrie Charter 41

February 5, 2018State Swimming Championships

The 2018 North Carolina High School Swimming Championships will begin Thursday at the Triangle Aquatics Center in Cary with championships for the combined 1A-2A classification taking place on Friday.

The 3A champions will be determined on Thursday and the 4A championships on Saturday.

Swimmers from the Piedmont Athletic Conference who qualified for the state meet include the women's relay team from Wheatmore High School which consists of Emma Godwin (Jr), Kyndall Fritz (So), Erin Lambeth (So) and Katie Fritz (Fr). They will compete in the 200 yard Freestyle Relay and the 200 yard Medley Relay.

Godwin also qualified for the 100 yard freestyle individual race as well as the 100 yard breaststroke event. Kyndall Fritz will be swimming in the 200 yard individual medley race and Katie Fritz qualified for the 50 yard and 100 yard freestyle races.

Bradley Cox, a senior swimmer from Eastern Randolph High School, qualified for the State Meet in the 100 yard backstroke event.

Jennah Fadely, a freshman at Jordan-Matthews High School qualified in the 100 yard breaststroke and 200 yard individual medley races.

Preliminary races will begin at 9:00 Thursday morning with the State Finals scheduled to begin at 4:45 PM.

February 5, 2018 – Monday Basketball

6:00 Wheatmore at Providence Grove
6:00 Uwharrie Charter at Albemarle

February 4, 2018 – Swimming Regionals

More than 20 Randolph County swimmers participated in the Regional Meets on Saturday. Top finishers included Wheatmore Freshman Katie Fritz who finished 1st in 50 yard freestyle. Fritz also finished 6th in 100 yard freestyle.

Other top finishers were Emma Godwin (Jr-WHS), 4th in 100 yard freestyle and 7th in 100 yard breast stroke. Bradley Cox (Sr-ER) finished 9th in men's 100 yard backstroke and Kyndall Fritz (So-WHS) was 10th in the women's 200 yard individual medley event.

The Wheatmore women's relay team, consisting of Katie Fritz, Kyndall Fritz, Emma Godwin and Erin Lambeth (So), finished 4th in the 200 yard freestyle relay and 5th in the 200 yard medley relay.

The 2018 State Swimming and Diving Championships begin Thursday, February 8th at the Triangle Aquatic Center in Cary.

SportsTone Swimming

February 4, 2018 – 1A/2A East Regional Swimming

Along with the individual qualifiers, two Randolph County programs - Wheatmore women and Eastern Randolph men - qualified for the regionals as teams. They were joined by PAC 7 member Jordan-Matthews women.

Individual results for Randolph County swimmers coming later today.


1 Carrboro (305 points)
2 Raleigh Charter (296)
3 NC Science & Math (173.5)
8 Wheatmore (129)
20 Jordan-Matthews (28)


1 Raleigh Charter (269.5 points)
2 Croatan (244)
3 NC Science & Math (212)
22 Eastern Randolph (10)
Teams which qualified for the State Championship Meet: tba.
(In 2017, a total of 42 TEAMS advanced to the 1A/2A State Meet from the two regionals).

February 3, 2018 – Saturday Basketball


SW Randolph 56, Williams 27
Surry Central 65, Trinity 57


Williams 79, SW Randolph 47
Trinity 43, Surry Central 39
 SWR:Tanner Ferguson 9 points
 Ethan Reynolds 9 points
 Brighton Long 9 points

February 3, 2018 – Saturday schedule


4:00 Trinity at Surry Central
6:00 Williams at Southwestern Randolph

Regional Swimming Competition

8:45 AM 2A at Triangle Aquatic Center, Cary
8:45 AM 3A at Greensboro Aquatic Center

Team Wrestling State Championships at the Greensboro Coliseum Field House

12 noon - 1A Rosewood vs Robbinsville
12 noon - 3A Orange vs Piedmont
3:00 - 2A Croatan vs West Lincoln
3:00 - 4A Cary vs West Forsyth 

February 2, 2018 – Friday Basketball


Asheboro 51, Williams 48  (OT)
Randleman 63, Trinity 59  (OT)
Wheatmore 44, Eastern Randolph 38
West Montgomery 49, Uwharrie Charter 37
TW Andrews 70, Providence Grove 35
Vandalia at Fayetteville Street


Williams 65, Asheboro 42
Randleman 43, Trinity 41
 THS: Hunter Neal 10 points
 RHS: Tyson Green 11 points
 Sam Gribble 11 points
 Jaquan Snipes 10 points
Wheatmore 60, Eastern Randolph 43
Uwharrie Charter 67, West Montgomery 66
Vandalia 48, Fayetteville Street 41
Providence Grove 71, TW Andrews 56
Faith Christian  71, High Point Home Ed 41

February 2, 2018 – The Wheatmore Warriors and the Uwharrie Charter Eagles wrestling teams both reached the regional finals (state semi-finals) before being eliminated from the 2018 Dual Team Playoffs.

Wheatmore defeated Ledford 40-25 in the regional semi-finals Thursday with wins by Conner Nelson, Jared Niemitalo, Chase McKinney, Pierre Hakizimana, Joey Ferguson, Devin Daugherty, Mikel Long and Ethan Oakley who recorded his 100th high school win to help the Warriors advance.

Croatan High School then eliminated Wheatmore in the 2A East Finals by a 36-28 score. Wheatmore had wins by Oakley, Niemitalo, McKinney, Hakizimana, Daugherty, Caldwell and Nelson.

The Warriors finished the season with a team record of 25-5.

In the 1A East Regional, Uwharrie Charter defeated conference opponent South Stanly in the semi-finals before falling to Rosewood High School in the Regional Championship match 39-36.

Winning for Uwharrie Charter in the regionals finals were Bailey Parks, Isaiah Martin, Jamie Bernal, Hayden Waddell, Caleb Bryant, Jerry Jimenez and Branson Lambert.

The Eagles ended the year with a record of 27-2).

The Dual Team State Championships are Saturday in Greensboro. The State Individual Wrestling Tournament begins Friday, February, 9th. There are more details on the SportsTone wrestling page.

February 2, 2018 – Friday Basketball

6:00 Williams at Asheboro
6:00 Eastern Randolph at Wheatmore
6:00 Providence Grove at TW Andrews
6:00 Trinity at Randleman
6:00 Uwharrie Charter at West Montgomery
6:00 Vandalia at Fayetteville Street
7:30 High Point Home Educators at Faith Christian (m)

February 1, 2018 – The final Randolph County wrestling teams were eliminated from the Dual Team State Playoffs Thursday night. Wheatmore fell to Croatan High School 36-28 in the 2A East Regional Finals while Uwharrie Charter Academy lost to Rosewood High School 39-36 in the 1A East Regional Championship match.

Playoffs Round 3

Wheatmore 40, Ledford 25
Uwharrie Charter def. South Stanly

Playoffs Round 4 (Regional Finals)

Croatan 36, Wheatmore 28
Rosewood 39, Uwharrie Charter 36

The State Championships will be decided Saturday in Greensboro. See the match-ups and schedules on the SportsTone wrestling page.

February 1, 2018 – Thursday basketball


Uwharrie Charter 47, South Stanly 42
Wheatmore 51, Randleman 47
Southeast Guilford 51, Asheboro 29


Uwharrie Charter 64, South Stanly 54
Southeast Guilford 60, Asheboro 58 (OT)
Wheatmore 53, Randleman 49
RHS: Nathan Cassidy 12 points
WHS: Gavin Rains 24 points
 Matt Owens 10 points

February 1, 2018 – Thursday schedule


6:00 South Stanly at Uwharrie Charter
6:00 Randleman at Wheatmore
6:00 Southeast Guilford at Asheboro

Wrestling Dual Team Playoffs

6:00 Round 3 at North Pitt High School
Wheatmore vs Ledford
North Pitt vs Croatan
7:30 Round 4 (Round 3 winners)
6:00 Round 3 at Rosewood High School
Uwharrie Charter vs South Stanly
Rosewood vs Holmes
7:30 Round 4 (Round 3 winners)

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