S P O R T S T O N E   N E W S
March 31, 2018 – Saturday Schedule

BASEBALL – at Graham

Southern Alamance 7, Uwharrie Charter 0

SOFTBALL – at Southern Alamance

Providence Grove 3, Holly Springs 2

Providence Grove 3, Orange 2
South Granville 7, SW Randolph 2
SW Randolph 4, Orange 2

March 30, 2018 – Friday Schedule


Uwharrie Charter 7, Cornerstone Academy 2

March 30, 2018 – Game Capsules


Asheboro 8, Glenn 1

Asheboro improved to 9-1 on the year with the home win against Glenn High School on Thursday.

Rachel Luna scored three goals and Mattie McGee scored two for the Blue Comets who also got a goal each from Addie Shaw, Annabeth Trotter and Jenna Richardson. Trotter and Jenna Brinkley each had two assists.


Southern Alamance 2, SW Randolph 1

The Cougars received single hits from Alex Coleman, Hailee Cagle, Samantha Lagrama, Emily Johnson, Blair Lamb and a double by Heaven Maness but dropped to 4-3 in the Mid-Piedmont Conference with the 2-1 loss.


Providence Grove 10, Wheatmore 2

Providence Grove totalled 11 hits in the game, including a first inning homer by Levi Adams, enroute to their tenth win of the season. Drew Needham, Kaleb Lowe and Jacob Switzer had multiple hits for the Patriots.

Evan Stern earned the win with five innings of work. Stern struck out eight while allowing two runs on six hits. Switzer pitched the final two innings.

Nick Halo pitched two innings for the Warriors and took the loss. Bryce Lowe was 2 for 4 at the plate.

Southeast Guilford 13, Asheboro 4

Asheboro's Austin Curry hit a three run home run in the fourth inning but it wasn't enough to overcome a strong outing by Southeast Guilford Thursday night. Twelve Falcon hits, including four doubles, along with five Asheboro errors led to the Falcon's 13-4 conference win in Pleasant Garden.

Trevor Marsh pitched three innings and suffered the loss.

Jax Hackett picked up the win for the Falcons.


Asheboro 7, Southeast Guilford 2

AHS winners: Gio Hernandez, Will Britt, Carter Allgood, Jacob Bolick, Jacob Lawrence
Doubles winners: Hernandez & Allgood, Will Britt & Wesley Britt

Western Guilford 5, SW Randolph 4

SWR winners: Wes Koehler, John Castelloe, Colby Bass, Braylen Beason
Doubles winners: Beason & Brycen Walker


Mid-Piedmont Conference Match at Eastern Guilford
1- Williams 168
2- Asheboro 171
3- Southeast Guilford 181
t4- SW Randolph 187
t4- Southern Alamance 187
6- Eastern Guilford 219

March 29, 2018 – Thursday Schedule


Uwharrie Charter 13, Eastern Alamance 6
Southeast Guilford 13, Asheboro 4
Providence Grove 10, Wheatmore 2
Lee County 11, Eastern Randolph 1
4:00 Aurora, IL at Faith Christian

4:00 Mid-Piedmont Match at Eastern Guilford


Asheboro 8, Glenn 1
Southern Guilford 1, Providence Grove 0
Uwharrie Charter 2, South Stanly 1
Wheatmore 3, East Davidson 2
Trinity 1, Southwestern Randolph 0


Southern Alamance 2, SW Randolph 1
Randleman 9, Wheatmore 7
Uwharrie Charter 4, Southeast Guilford 3
Providence Grove 4, Eastern Randolph 3
6:00 Trinity at Southern Guilford


Asheboro def. Southeast Guilford 7-2
Western Guilford def. SW Randolph 5-4
4:30 Wheatmore at East Davidson

March 29, 2018 – Wednesday Tennis

Providence Grove def. Trinity 5-4

PG singles winners: Raymond Pang, Daniel Ellison, Gray Bracica

THS singles winners: Bryce Nguyen, Jack McCrosky, Quinton O'Hara
Doubles winners: Cameron Clark & Nick Swaim (PG), Nguyen & Zach Collins (THS),
Ellison & Bracica (PG)

March 28, 2018 – Game Capsules


Asheboro defeated High Point Central 11-2 Wednesday.

Brooks Gillespie had 4 goals, Luke Lamason and Garrett Harvell scored two apiece for Asheboro with single goals by John Cernava, Jonah Hydzik and Beli Perez. Cernava also had three assists and Gillespie had two.


Union Pines 8, Eastern Randolph 7 (11 innings)

Eric Kidd pitched six and two-third innings and suffered the loss at Union Pines. Christian Moon threw four innings and each allowed two earned runs.

Nyk Foland recorded three hits for the Wildcats with two hits each for Moon, Mason Canoy and Chase McCallum.

Randleman 3, Northwest Guilford 1

Randleman's Trey Cooper struck out 12 batters in six innings Wednesday and Matt Kemp recorded two more in a single inning of work.


SW Randolph 9, Southern Guilford 0

SWR winners: Wes Koehler, John Castelloe, Dylan Sweet, Ben Cross, Colby Bass, Braylen Beason
Doubles winners: Castelloe & Sweet, Cross & Bass, Brycen Walker & Hunter Epps

March 28, 2018 – Wednesday Schedule


Jordan-Matthews 5, Trinity 4
Randleman 3, Northwest Guilford 1
Union Pines 8,Eastern Randolph 7  (11)


Western Guilford def. SW Randolph 186 - 172
3:30 PAC 7 Match at Providence Grove


Asheboro 11, HP Central 2


Asheboro 6, Southeast Guilford 3
South Davidson 3, Uwharrie Charter 0
Southern Alamance 9, SW Randolph 0
Randleman 7, Eastern Randolph 0
6:00 Jordan-Matthews at Wheatmore


Uwharrie Charter 15, North Moore 2
Uwharrie Charter 10, North Moore 1
Asheboro 6, Southeast Guilford 3


SW Randolph def. Southern Guilford 9-0
Jordan-Matthews def. Randleman 8-1
Providence Grove def. Trinity 5-4
4:00 Eastern Guilford at Asheboro


4:00 Eastern Randolph at HP Central

March 27, 2018 – Game Capsules


Glenn High School Meet RESULTS
 Glenn, Trinity, Wheatmore, RJ Reynolds, West Davidson & East Forsyth
Randleman High School Meet RESULTS
 Randleman, East Montgomery & West Montgomery
Southwestern Randolph Meet RESULTS


Asheboro def. Southern Alamance 9-0

Asheboro Winners: Gio Hernandez, Will Britt, Carter Allgood, Josh Castro, Montgomery Moody, Zach Queen

Doubles Winners: Hernandez & Allgood, Britt & Castro, Moody & Queen


SW Randolph 5, Southeast Guilford 4

The Cougars led from the second inning until the Falcons scored three runs in the top of the seventh inning to tie the game at four. Heaven Maness led off the bottom of the 7th with a double, moved to third on a wild pitch and scored the winning run on a ground-out by Chelsey Auman.

Maness, Hailee Cagle, Casey Hatley and Blair Lamb had doubles for Southwestern Randolph. Autumn Springer got the win in relief.

Eastern Randolph 9, Trinity 5 (8)

The Bulldogs and Wildcats needed an extra inning Tuesday night before Courtnee Carter's grand slam ended the game in 'walk off' fashion.


Gabe Parks set a new school record with 19 saves in goal as Asheboro defeated Williams 14-9 in a conference match Tuesday.

John Cernava had six goals for the Blue Comets. Brooks Gillespie had four goals and two assists, Luke Lamason had two goals and two assists. Jonah had seven ground balls and Marcos Cabanas had five ground balls controlled.


Providence Grove 7, Wheatmore 0

Connor Patterson earned the shutout win giving up four hits in seven innings of work. Patterson walked one and struck out 11 while the Patriot defense played error-free ball. Connor Cox took the loss.

Patterson had three of Providence Grove's 10 hits.

Gabe Hernandez was 2 for 3 for the Warriors.

Southeast Guilford 4, Southwestern Randolph 2  (8)

The Cougars scored two in the fifth inning only to see the Falcons tie the game in the sixth. Southwestern Randolph loaded the bases in the bottom of the seventh but could not score but Southeast Guilford was able to score two in the top of the eighth on a wild pitch and a bases loaded walk.

Bryce Marsh struck out 11 in seven and a third innings with no walks.

Marsh and Parker LaPlant had two hits each for the Cougars. Braxton Davis drove in both runs.

March 27, 2018 – Tuesday Schedule


Southeast Guilford 4, SW Randolph 2  (8)
Randleman 14, TW Andrews 0
Randleman 21, TW Andrews 0
Providence Grove 7, Wheatmore 0
Northwest Guilford 7, Asheboro 4
Faith Christian 27, High Point Home School 0
Trinity 12, Jordan-Matthews 2


3:30 E Randolph, Providence Grove, Trinity at Wheatmore
4:00 Asheboro at Oak Grove


Asheboro 14, Walter Williams 9


Union Grove 3, Faith Christian 2
6:00 Providence Grove at E Randolph


SW Randolph 5, Southeast Guilford 4
Providence Grove 7, Jordan-Matthews 6
Wheatmore 21, TW Andrews 1
Randleman 11, East Montgomery 1
Eastern Randolph 9, Trinity 5  (8)
Northwood 7, Asheboro 3


Southeast Guilford def. Providence Grove 8-1
 PG Winner: Gray Bracica
4:30 Wheatmore at Lexington
4:30 Ledford at Randleman
4:30 HP Central at Trinity


4:30 Asheboro at Walter Williams
4:30 S Alamance, S Guilford at SW Randolph
Glenn High School Meet
Team Results
1- West Davidson 119
2- Wheatmore 65
3- RJ Reynolds 62
4- Trinity
5- Glenn
6- East Forsyth 12
1-West Davidson 100
2- Wheatmore 95
3- Glenn 80
4- Trinity 49
5- RJ Reynolds

March 27, 2018 – Monday Baseball Capsule

Providence Grove 7, Bishop McGuinness 3

The Providence Grove Patriots took the lead for good in the fourth inning when Drew Needham drove in three runs with a triple. Needham, Evan Stern and Connor Patterson each had multiple hits as the Patriots recorded 11 in the game.

Ben Campbell earned the win pitching five innings, allowing four hits and three runs while striking out eight. Griffin Payne threw two innings in relief. The Patriots played error-free ball.

Anthony Azar took the loss for the Bishop McGuinness Villians, allowing eight hits and five runs over five innings. He also led the Villians with a 3 for 4 performance at the plate.

March 26, 2018 – Game Capsules


Providence Grove def. Randleman 9-0

PG Winners: Cameron Clark, Nick Swaim, Dante Rivero, Raymond Pang, Daniel Ellison, Gray Bracica

Doubles Winners: Clark & Swaim, Rivero & Pang, Bracica & Ellison

SW Randolph def. Eastern Guilford 9-0

SWR Winners: Wes Koehler, John Castelloe, Dylan Sweet, Ben Cross, Colby Bass, Braylen Beason, Brycen Walker

Doubles Winners: Koehler & Cross, Castelloe & Bass, Beason & Hunter Epps


Eastern Randolph 12, Asheboro 8

Eastern Randolph scored the final five runs of the game for a 12-8 non-conference win at Asheboro Monday night. Eric Kidd was 5 for 5 with two runs scored for the Wildcats. Jayden Shepard was 3 for 4 with a run and two RBI. Mason Canoy got the win after relieving starter Colton Craven in the fifth inning.

Asheboro's Garrett Foland was the third of four pitchers used and took the loss. Austin Curry had three hits. Dawson Davis and Avery Jones had two hits each.

SW Randolph 13, Trinity 5

Southwestern Randolph scored seven runs in the fourth inning to break away from a 3-3 tie at Trinity and went on to win the non-conference game 13-5.

Carson Clapp, Jonathan Owens and Chris Hardin had three hits apiece for the Cougars with Hardin driving in five runs.

For the Bulldogs, Alejandro Gonzalez had two hits and scored three runs.

SWR had four errors in the game while Trinity had six.

March 26, 2018 – Monday Schedule


Eastern Randolph 12, Asheboro 8
Southwestern Randolph 13, Trinity 5
Providence Grove 7, Bishop McGuinness 3
Wheatmore 16, Southern Guilford 2


Mid-Piedmont Conference Match at Southeast Guilford
1- Williams 144
2- Asheboro 170
3- S Alamance 173
4- SE Guilford 174
5- SW Randolph 179
6- E Guilford 205


Gray Stone Day 7, Uwharrie Charter 0
Trinity 3, Randleman 1
Wheatmore 5, Eastern Randolph 0
Southeast Guilford 4, SW Randolph 1


Wheatmore 7, Oak Grove 6
Randleman 7, Trinity 0
North Stanly 7, Uwharrie Charter 6


Southwestern Randolph def. Eastern Guilford 9-0
Providence Grove def. Randleman 9-0
4:00 Asheboro at Southern Alamance
4:30 Wheatmore at Trinity

March 25, 2018 - Men's Tennis Mid-Piedmont Team Standings

Asheboro 5 0 5 0
Walter Williams 4 0 6 0
Southwestern Randolph 4 2 5 2
Southeast Guilford 3 3 3 4
Southern Alamance 2 5 2 6
Eastern Guilford 1 3 1 4
Southern Guilford 0 6 0 6

March 24, 2018 – Eastern Randolph and Randleman were among more than a dozen teams which participated in the J J Knox Track & Field Classic at Eastern Alamance High School.

Wildcats and Tigers among the top finishers:


Bethany Whitcher (RHS), 2nd place High Jump
Kristen Sutphin (RHS), 5th place Discus; 6th place Shot Put


Tyrese Cassidy (ER), 3rd place Long Jump
Cooper Sterling (RHS), 6th place Discus
Stephan Jones (ER), 6th place, 110 hurdles
Eric Walden (ER), 6th place, 300 hurdles
4x400 Meter Relay Team (ER), 6th place
  (Cameron Cox, Christian Garcia, Stephan Jones, Eric Walden)

March 24, 2018 – Southwestern Randolph senior Kendra Davis has committed to Virginia Wesleyan College for volleyball. Virginia Wesleyan is located in Virginia Beach where the Marlins compete in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference.

March 24, 2018 – Randleman graduate (Class of '16) Caleb Webster hit a three run walk-off home run for UNC-G to help complete a Friday sweep of VMI.

Read the article.

March 24, 2018 – Baseball Capsules

Game 1, E Randolph 10, TW Andrews 2

Winning pitcher Colton Craven struck out 6 and gave up one earned run on three hits. Mason Canoy and Nyk Foland had two hits each while Chase McCallum drove in three Wildcats runs.

Game 2, E Randolph 7, TW Andrews 0

Mason Canoy went the distance for ER allowing one hit and striking out 9 in the shut out.

March 24, 2018 – Saturday Schedule UPDATED


9:00 am Eastern Randolph at Eastern Alamance (JJ Knox Classic)


CANCELLED North Davidson at Randleman

March 23, 2018 – Game Capsules


Asheboro defeated Southwestern Randolph 3-0 in MPC soccer Friday. Mattie McGee, Madison Priest and Emma Trotter scored for the Blue Comets. McGee, Ashley Garcia and Jenna Richardson had assists.

Lindey Otero was in goal for Asheboro.


*Evan Stern went the distance for Providence Grove in a 3-0 win at Trinity Friday night.

Stern gave up two sixth inning singles with one walk and eight strike outs in the win. He also went 3 for 4 at the plate. Drew Needham was 2 for 3.

Cole McCrary took the loss for Trinity with 10 strike outs in 6 and two-thirds innings pitched.

*Asheboro defeated Southwestern Randolph 9-7 in a Mid-Piedmont Conference game at McCrary Park. The Blue Comets had five doubles and four triples in the game. Austin Curry had 3 hits, Tatum Marsh scored 3 runs and Alex Hamilton had 3 RBI.

Braxton Davis had 3 hits for the Cougars and Parker LaPlant drove in 3 runs.

*Randleman stayed in front of the PAC 7 with a 3-1 win at Jordan-Matthews.

Matt Kemp struck out 16 in seven innings of work. Mason Matthews was 2 for 3 with two RBI.

TRACK & FIELD (Thursday)

Team results from Thursday's Track Meet at Southwestern Randolph


1- Trinity 79
2- SW Randolph 56
3- Providence Grove 35
4- E Randolph 18


1- E Randolph 79
2- Providence Grove 75
3- SW Randolph 52
4- Trinity 49

Click HERE for complete results.

March 23, 2018 – Friday Schedule


Asheboro 9, Southwestern Randolph 7
Providence Grove 3, Trinity 0
Randleman 3, Jordan-Matthews 1
Wheatmore 5, Atkins 3
Uwharrie Charter 15, South Stanly 2
Eastern Randolph 10, TW Andrews 2
Eastern Randolph 7, TW Andrews 0


Southern Alamance 18, Asheboro 4


East Davidson 2, Wheatmore 1
Glenn 3, Trinity 0
West Davidson 4, Randleman 0
Asheboro 3, Southwestern Randolph 0


Eastern Randolph 15, Randleman 1
Wheatmore 11, Jordan-Matthews 10  (10)
South Stanly 7, Uwharrie Charter 4
7:00 TW Andrews at Trinity


4:30 Providence Grove at Wheatmore

March 23, 2018 – Thursday Capsules


PAC 7 Match at Jordan-Matthews (Siler City Country Club)

  Individual Leaders

1- 39 Nick Henderson (THS)
t2- 40 Zac Hinshaw (ER)
t2- 40 Henry Johnson (RHS)
4- 41 Brodie Perry (WHS)
t5- 42 Jake Clodfelter (WHS)
t5- 42 Conner Lineberry (RHS)
t7- 45 Ethan Smith (ER)
t7- 45 Tanner Wood (PG)
t7- 45 Braxton Lineberry (PG)


Southwestern Randolph defeated Southern Alamance 9-0 in men's tennis. Winners for the Cougars were Wes Koehler, John Castelloe, Dylan Sweet, Ben Cross, Colby Bass and Braylen Beason.

Doubles winners were Castelloe & Sweet, Cross & Beason and Bass & Hunter Epps.


Southeast Guilford defeated Asheboro Lacrosse 8-6 Thursday. Brooks Gillespie scored three goals and Gabe Parks had 9 saves.


Randleman won a non-conference game against Southwestern Randolph 4-3 in eight innings. Matt Kemp had three hits and two RBI for the Tigers. Dominick Poole pitched the final two innings and picked up the win.

Lead-off hitter Blake Marsh scored all three of the Cougar runs.

March 22, 2018 – Thursday Schedule UPDATED


Asheboro 15, Williams 4
Randleman 4, SW Randolph 3  (8)
Providence Grove 4, Trinity 3


MPC Match at Asheboro
PAC 7 Match at Jordan-Matthews (Siler City Country Club)
  Team Results
1- E Randolph 179
2- Randleman 180
3- Wheatmore 181
4- Providence Grove 187
5- Trinity 205
6- Jordan-Matthews 217


Wheatmore 8, Providence Grove 3
Chatham Central 6, Eastern Randolph 6
Trinity 4, Jordan-Matthews 3
6:00 Randleman at Ledford


Providence Grove 6, Southwest Guilford 0


SW Randolph def. Southern Alamance 9-0
Trinity def. Jordan-Matthews 5-4
4:30 Wheatmore at Randleman


4:30 Providence Grove, E Randolph, Trinity at SW Randolph


Southeast Guilford 8, Asheboro 6

March 21, 2018 – Tuesday Tennis

Asheboro def. Eastern Guilford 9-0

Asheboro winners: Geo Hernandez, Logan Brinkley, Will Britt, Wesley Britt, Carter Allgood, Joshua Castro

Doubles winners: Castro & Zack Queen, Montgomery Moody & Prem Patel, Carson Wright & Jeremiah Parker

March 21, 2018 – Wednesday Schedule


POSTPONED TO 4/23 Eastern Randolph at Southern Alamance
POSTPONED Southwestern Randolph at Randleman
POSTPONED Trinity at HP Central


POSTPONED E Randolph, Providence Grove at SW Randolph


POSTPONED TO 3/23 Southwestern Randolph at Asheboro
POSTPONED Eastern Randolph at Chatham Central
POSTPONED TO 3/23 Wheatmore at Providence Grove
POSTPONED TO 4/26 West Montgomery at Uwharrie Charter
POSTPONED Trinity at Jordan-Matthews
POSTPONED Randleman at TW Andrews


POSTPONED Southeast Guilford at Asheboro
POSTPONED Randleman at Southern Guilford
POSTPONED Trinity at Southwestern Randolph
POSTPONED Providence Grove at East Davidson


POSTPONED Southeast Guilford at Asheboro
POSTPONED TO 3/23 Providence Grove at Wheatmore
POSTPONED Southern Alamance at SW Randolph

March 20, 2018 – Game Capsule

Softball – Eastern Randolph 10, Wheatmore 0

Eastern Randolph's bats were not bothered by the cold weather Tuesday night as the Wildcats recorded 17 hits in their conference win against Wheatmore.

Kelsey Craven had a solo home run to lead of the bottom of the fourth inning and Olivia Hall hit a three run shot in the fifth. Crave and Marion Goins each had two hits in the game. Savannah Beaver and Jessica McNeill had three hits apiece.

Beaver got the win for the Wildcats facing two batters over the minimum in six innings of work. She struck out nine with 1 hit and no walks.
Skyler Swaney registered only hit for the Warriors.

March 20, 2018 – Tuesday Schedule UPDATED


Randleman 7, Jordan-Matthews 2
POSTPONED Providence Grove at Trinity
POSTPONED Asheboro at Williams
Alamance Christian at Fayetteville Street
Faith Christian at Vandalia
Eastern Randolph at TW Andrews


Trinity at HP Central
Eastern Randolph at Asheboro


POSTPONED Southeast Guilford at Asheboro


Eastern Randolph at Southeast Guilford


Eastern Randolph 10, Wheatmore 0
POSTPONED Randleman at Trinity
POSTPONED TW Andrews at Providence Grove
POSTPONED Asheboro at Williams
South Stanly at Uwharrie Charter


Asheboro at Eastern Guilford
Trinity at HP Central


POSTPONED Mid-Piedmont Conference Meet at Southeast Guilford

March 20, 2018 – Game Capsules

Softball: SW Randolph 6, Wheatmore 2

Terra Lewallen had two hits, including a triple, for the Cougars and drove in three runs in the non-conference meeting Monday. Casey Hatley had a double with 2 RBI and scored twice for Southwestern Randolph while Autumn Springer got the win.

Men's Tennis: SW Randolph 8, SE Guilford 1

Winners for SWR: Wes Koehler, John Castelloe, Ben Cross, Colby Bass, Alex Mercado.
Doubles winners: Koehler & Cross, Castelloe & Dylan Sweet, Mercado & Braylen Beason

Baseball: Providence Grove 7, SW Randolph 4

Seven players had single hits for the Patriots including doubles by Conner Patterson, Tyler Hutto and Levi Adams.
Braxton Davis was three for four and Blake Marsh had two hits for the Cougars.

March 19, 2018 – Monday Results


Williams 11, Wheatmore 1
Providence Grove 7, SW Randolph 4
Faith Christian at Fayetteville Street


Mid-Piedmont Match at Tot Hill Farm (team results)
 1 Williams 154
 2 Asheboro 169
 3 Southeast Guilford 186
 t4 SW Randolph 188
 t4 Southern Alamance 188
 6 Eastern Guilford 218


Western Guilford 10, Asheboro 5


Trinity 6, Providence Grove 1
Asheboro 3, Williams 0
Randleman 3, Jordan-Matthews 2
6:00 Uwharrie Charter at North Moore


SW Randolph 6, Wheatmore 2


SW Randolph def. Southeast Guilford 8-1

March 19, 2018 - Congratulations to the Eastern Randolph High School cheerleading squad recently finished in third place in their division in national competition.

March 18, 2018 - Women's Soccer Standings

Southern Alamance 2 0 0 4 0 0
Walter Williams 2 0 0 3 1 0
Asheboro 1 1 0 3 1 0
Southwestern Randolph 1 1 0 2 2 0
Southeast Guilford 0 1 0 2 1 1
Eastern Guilford 0 2 0 1 2 0
Southern Guilford 0 1 0 0 2 0

Trinity 1 0 0 4 3 0
Jordan-Matthews 1 0 0 1 1 0
Wheatmore 1 1 0 4 2 0
Randleman 1 1 0 2 4 0
Providence Grove 0 1 0 2 3 0
Eastern Randolph 0 1 0 0 1 0
TW Andrews 0 0 0 0 0 0

South Davidson 4 0 0 4 1 0
Gray Stone Day 2 0 0 3 2 1
North Stanly 1 1 0 1 2 1
West Montgomery 1 2 0 1 4 0
South Stanly 1 3 0 1 3 0
North Moore 0 1 0 0 1 0
Uwharrie Charter 0 1 0 0 3 0
North Rowan 0 1 0 0 3 0
Albemarle 0 0 0 0 0 0

March 17, 2018 – Friday Baseball

Randleman defeated Providence Grove 2 to 1 in 11 innings Friday.

The Tigers registered their only 2 hits of the game in the bottom of the 11th inning and then scored the winning run on a dropped third strike. When the Patriots catcher threw to first base to record the 2nd out of the 11th inning, Matt Kemp stole home and beat the return throw to home.

Evan Stern had two hits for Providence Grove and, on the mound, struck out 8 in six innings pitched with four walks and one run. Jacob Switzer pitched four and two-thirds innings with 10 strike outs and one run allowed.

The Randleman pitchers were Matt Kemp, 7 innings with 10 strike outs, two walks and one run, and Dawson Edwards who pitched four shutout innings.

March 17, 2018 – Saturday Schedule


South Mecklenburg 7, Asheboro 2


12:00 Eastern Guilford at Asheboro

March 17, 2018 – Game Capsules


Southwestern Randolph defeated Walter Williams 8-0.
Autumn Springer was the winning pitcher with 7 strike outs, 5 hits, and no walks.
Hailee Cagle led the Cougar offense with five RBI off a double and a three run home run


Wheatmore defeated Trinity 9-4 in 8 innings.
With the game tied at three after 7 innings, Wheatmore broke on top with a 6 run eighth inning and held on for the 9-4 final in PAC 7 Conference play.
Connor Cox had 3 hits and 3 RBI for Wheatmore while Gabe Hernandez (3 runs scored) and Bryce Lowe (2 RBI) each had two. Hernandez pitched the eighth inning for the win.
Brian Lemly had two hits and two RBI for Trinity.

Track & Field

Wheatmore Track hosted Randleman and St. Thomas More Academy on Thursday in an
exciting meet with several close finishes. Wheatmore finished 2nd as a team for both men and women.
Outstanding WHS performances included:
   - Neva Hippert finished 2nd in the 400 meter dash and set a school record with a time of 1:08.3.
   - The women's 4x800 relay finished 1st (Meredith Cunha, Morgan Cunha, Katie Fritz, Micheleigh Higgins).
   - Khali Winningham finished 1st in the 100 hurdles.
   - Nathan Christenbury finished first in the triple jump.
   - Danae Henderson finished 1st in the 100 meter dash.
   - The women's 4x200 relay finished 1st (Rosie Langendorfer, Madelyn McQuaigue, Alyssa Miller, and KhaLi Winningham).
   - The men's 4x200 relay finished 1st (Wyatt Garrison, Jordan Kight, Jackson Powell, and Blake Sheets).
   - The women's 4x100 relay finished 1st (Danae Henderson, Erin Lambeth, Rosie Langendorfer, and KhaLi Winningham).
   - Chris Lockhart finished 1st in the 400 meter dash.
   - The girls 4x400 relay finished 1st (Morgan Cunha, Katie Fritz, Blake Gooding, and Lindsay Hazelwood).
   - Mikel Long finished 1st in discus.
   - Koda Gibson finished 1st in shot put.

Click HERE for complete results.

March 16, 2018 – Friday Schedule


Asheboro 3, Southern Guilford 1
Randleman 2, Providence Grove 1  (11)
Wheatmore 9, Trinity 4  (8)
Jordan-Matthews 7, E Randolph 5  (11)
SW Randolph 4, Williams 1


Northern Guilford 16, Asheboro 2


SW Randolph 2, Southern Guilford 1
Trinity 9, Oak Grove 0
Asheboro 9, Eastern Guilford 0
Wheatmore 2, Randleman 1


Providence Grove 3, Wheatmore 1
Southern Guilford 11, Asheboro 7
SW Randolph 8, Williams 0
Jordan-Matthews 9, Trinity 4


Asheboro def. Southern Guilford 9-0

March 16, 2018 – Thursday Golf

PAC 7 Conference Match #1 (Siler City Country Club)

Leading Scores

41 Jarrett Payne (JM)
41 Brodie Perry (WHS)
42 Zac Hinshaw (ER)
42 Jake Clodfelter (WHS)
43 Nick Henderson (THS)
43 Conner Lineberry (RHS)
43 Jacob Turner (RHS)
44 Tanner Wood (PG)
44 Wes Hodgin (WHS)
45 Braxton Lineberry (PG)
45 Wyatt Yow (PG)

March 16, 2018 – Thursday Capsules


Southwestern Randolph defeated Southern Guilford 13-8.

For the Cougars, Hailee Cagle was 3 for 5 with 3 runs scored. Samantha Lagrama was 4 for 5 with 2 runs scored. Chelsey Auman had 2 hits, 2 runs scored and 5 RBI. Casey Hatley had 2 hits and 4 RBI.

Autumn Springer was the winning pitcher.


Southwestern Randolph defeated Eastern Randolph 11-5

Kevin Newlin and Braxton Davis each pitched one inning for the Cougars while Blake Marsh threw 5 innings, allowing 4 hits, 4 runs with 3 walks and 7 strike outs.

Offensively, the Cougars recorded 15 hits including Davis (3 for 4 with 2 doubles, 3 RBI), Parker LaPlant (3 for 4 with 3 runs), Marsh (2 for 4 with 2 RBI).

Eastern Randolph's Landon Smith had 2 hits including a home run.


Wheatmore defeated Trinity 4-1

Gabe Hernandez and Connor Cox combined on a one-hitter as Wheatmore picked up their first conference win Thursday night. Hernandez pitched an inning and a third allowing the single run in the first inning and the one hit (Tyler Bova) in the second. Cox then retired 15 straight Bulldogs before Brian Lemly drew a walk in the seventh inning. Cox had 10 strikeouts.

Trinity's Monroe Presnell took the loss even though he held the Warriors hitless until Nick Halo singled to lead off the bottom of the sixth inning. Another hit (Hunter Smith), a walk and a hit batter saw Wheatmore break a 1-1 tie for their first lead of the game and Presnell left the mound in favor of Garrett Allen who gave up one more hit as Jeremiah Hodge drove in the final run.

March 15, 2018 – Thursday Results


SW Randolph 11, Eastern Randolph 5
Wheatmore 4, Trinity 1
Providence Grove 3, Randleman 2
West Forsyth 11, Asheboro 1
Uwharrie Charter 10, North Rowan 0
Fayetteville Street at Sheets Memorial


PAC 7 Match at Siler City Country Club (team results)
1- Wheatmore 176
2- Providence Grove 180
2- Randleman 180
4- E Randolph 186
5- Jordan-Matthews 209
6- Trinity 210 


Anson 1, Uwharrie Charter 0
East Davidson 5, Providence Grove 0
6:00 Southern Guilford at Trinity
6:00 Southwestern Randolph at Randleman


Wheatmore 8, Oak Grove 4
Randleman 15, Jordan-Matthews 7
Providence Grove 13, Trinity 5
SW Randolph 13, Southern Guilford 8
Southern Alamance 5, Eastern Randolph 4


Asheboro def. Southwestern Randolph 7-2
 SWR winners: Wes Koehler; Koehler & Ben Cross (doubles)

Track & Field

Wheatmore Meet (team results)
 1- Randleman 71
 2- Wheatmore 64
 3- St Thomas More Academy 29
 1- Randleman 110
 2- Wheatmore 57
 3- St Thomas More Academy 8

4:00 Eastern Randolph, East Montgomery at Asheboro

March 15, 2018 – Wednesday Baseball

Eastern Randolph baseball defeated Jordan-Matthews 16-5 Wednesday night.

On offense, Mason Canoy had 3 hits and 4 RBIs. Eric Kidd also had 3 hits for ER.

Colton Craven picked up the win, giving up 6 hits and 2 earned runs over 5 innings.

March 14, 2018 – Softball Game Capsule

Southwestern Randolph defeated Asheboro 6-5 in 12 innings.

For the Cougars, Heaven Maness had 3 hits, including a triple, and 2 runs scored. Samantha Lagrama had 2 hits and a run scored. Alex Coleman had a triple and 2 RBI. Hailee Cagle had the game winning triple in the 12th.

Autumn Springer was the winning pitcher.

Sydney Cox, Jadaca Dunn, Catie Ficquette, Megan Banker, and Sarah Ficquette had multiple hits for the Blue Comets.

Banker pitched 12 innings and took the loss.

March 14, 2018 – Wednesday Schedule


Eastern Guilford 9, Asheboro 7
Southwestern Randolph 8, Southern Guilford 7
Southern Alamance 8, Providence Grove 7
Eastern Randolph 16, Jordan-Matthews 5


North Stanly 2, Uwharrie Charter 1
Asheboro 9, Southern Guilford 0
Williams 9, Southwestern Randolph 0
Jordan-Matthews 8, Eastern Randolph 0
Trinity 1, Wheatmore 0
Randleman 5, Providence Grove 2


Southwestern Randolph 6, Asheboro 5  (12)
Trinity 18, Western Guilford 8
6:00 TW Andrews at Eastern Randolph


4:00 Asheboro at Williams
4:30 TW Andrews at Providence Grove
4:30 Randleman at Trinity

March 13, 2018 – Asheboro High School graduate Parker Clayton (Class of '17) has been honored as the USA South Conference Baseball Rookie of the Week.

Clayton was a big part of the offensive onslaught as the Monarchs scored 53 runs in their four wins last week.

Read more HERE.

March 13, 2018 – Tuesday Schedule -UPDATED


POSTPONED TO  3/15 Randleman at Providence Grove
POSTPONED TO  3/14 Eastern Guilford at Asheboro
POSTPONED TO  3/14 Eastern Randolph at Jordan-Matthews
POSTPONED TO  3/15 Trinity at Wheatmore
4:00 Vandalia at Fayetteville Street
7:00 Uwharrie Charter at North Rowan

Men's Golf

4:00 Oak Grove at Asheboro
POSTPONED PAC 7 match at Providence Grove

Women's Soccer

POSTPONED Asheboro at Eastern Guilford


POSTPONED TO  3/15 Jordan-Matthews at Randleman
POSTPONED Eastern Guilford at Asheboro
POSTPONED  TO  3/14 TW Andrews at Eastern Randolph
POSTPONED TO  3/15 Providence Grove at Trinity
4:30 North Rowan at Uwharrie Charter (doubleheader)

Men's Tennis

Williams def. SW Randolph 9-0
4:30 Glenn at Trinity

March 12, 2018 – Monday Contests POSTPONED


Fayetteville Street at Woodland Christian

Men's Golf

Mid-Piedmont Match at Southern Alamance (The Challenge)

Women's Soccer

South Stanly at Uwharrie Charter
SW Randolph at Southern Guilford
Providence Grove at E Randolph
Wheatmore at Randleman


SW Randolph at Asheboro
East Davidson at Wheatmore

Men's Tennis

Southern Guilford at Asheboro
Williams at SW Randolph
Providence Grove at Wheatmore
Trinity at Jordan-Matthews
Randleman at TW Andrews

Track & Field

Providence Grove, Trinity at SW Randolph

March 11, 2018 Kobe Morgan, a senior at Providence Grove High School has signed with Averett University for football. Morgan has been a leader in passes defended for the Patriots defense the last two seasons with 4 interceptions. He also returned two kick-offs for touchdowns his senior year.

Averett University is located in Danville, Virginia where the Cougars play in the USA South Athletic Conference.

March 10, 2018 – Game Capsule

Southwestern Randolph Cougar baseball defeated Eastern Guilford 15-4 on Friday thanks to eight runs in the fourth inning. Blake Marsh, Mikey Miller, Bryce Marsh, Chris Hardin, Paxton Staker, and Carson Clapp all drove in runs in the frame.

The Cougars opened up the scoring in the first inning, when Luke Johnson singled in one run.

Parker LaPlant surrendered two runs on six hits over four innings, striking out five. Marsh threw one inning in relief out of the bullpen.

Trey Hunt took the loss for Eastern Guilford. He surrendered 13 runs on 11 hits over three and two-thirds innings, striking out three.

Southwestern Randolph racked up 14 hits on the night with multiple hits by LaPlant, Johnson, Marsh, Marsh, and Braxton Davis. LaPlant went 3-for-5 at the plate to lead the team.

March 10, 2018 – Saturday Schedule

Men's Tennis

Lexington def. Wheatmore 8-1


Uwharrie Charter 13, Albemarle 0

North Carolina Basketball State Championships

Smith Center, Chapel Hill

2A Women North Pitt 63, North Wilkes 42
2A Men Forest Hills 63, Greene Central 59
4A Women Northwest Guilford 44, Southeast Raleigh 36
4A Men Independence 71, Heritage 60

Reynolds Coliseum, Raleigh

1A Women Mount Airy 69,  Pamlico County 32
1A Men Winston-Salem Prep 70, Pamlico County 46
3A Women Northern Guilford 60, Jacksonville 52
3A Men Cox Mill 65, Northside (Jax) 63

March 10, 2018 – Friday Capsules

SWR Varsity Softball lost to Eastern Guilford 5-4.

Offensively, Heaven Maness went 2-4 with a triple, Alex Coleman went 2-3 with a triple and a RBI, Samantha Lagrama went 1-4 with a 2 run HR and Hailee Cagle went 1-2 with a double.


Wheatmore Warriors baseball watched the game slip away early and couldn't recover in an 11-1 loss to Randleman on Friday. 

An error scored one run for Randleman in the second inning. Then Randleman scored eight runs in the fourth. The big inning was driven by singles by Tyler Yates, Dominick Poole, and Dawson Edwards, an error on a ball put in play by Mason Matthews and Ramsey Petty, and a walk by Koty Ransom.

Matt Kemp was credited with the victory for Randleman. He allowed one hit and one run over five innings, striking out seven and walking one.  Poole threw two innings in relief out of the bullpen.

Connor Cox took the loss for Warriors. He lasted five innings, allowing five hits and nine runs while striking out eight.

Bryce Lowe and Jeremiah Hodge each collected one hit to lead the Warriors.

Randleman was sure-handed and didn't commit a single error.

March 9, 2018 – Friday Results


Randleman 11, Wheatmore 1
Southern Alamance 7, Asheboro 3
Providence Grove 7, E Randolph 6
SW Randolph 15, Eastern Guilford 5
Uwharrie Charter 19, Albemarle 0
Gospel Light 15, Fayetteville Street 5
Trinity 13, Page 7


Eastern Alamance 16, Asheboro 0


Wheatmore 2, Lexington 1
6:00 E Randolph at Thomasville
6:00 Trinity at Oak Grove


Eastern Guilford 5, SW Randolph 4
Trinity 5, Wheatmore 3  (8)
Providence Grove 2, Randleman 0
Jordan-Matthews 8, E Randolph 6
Southern Alamance 4, Asheboro 2
Uwharrie Charter 17, Albemarle 0


Wheatmore def. Randleman 5-1
 WHS winners: Graham Tysinger, Kenny Goldeman, Jacob Hill, Seth Strickland and Isaac Seagle.
 RHS winner: Coble Price

March 9, 2018 – Track & Field

Wheatmore ran at South Davidson on Wednesday, 3/7. The men's team finished 4th and the women's team finished 3rd out of 5 teams. Both teams were only a few points from 2nd place.

Outstanding WHS Performances include:

   - The men's 4x200 relay finished first -Ian Bonner, Wyatt Garrison, Jordan Kight, Blake Sheets.
   - The men's 4x400 relay finished first -Jackson Powell, Kyle Freier, Jordan Kight, and Chris Lockhart
   - Wyatt Garrison finished 2nd in the 100 meter dash and 1st in the 200 meter dash.
   - Chris Lockhart finished 1st in the 400 meter dash.
   - Nathan Christenbury finished 1st in the Long Jump and Triple Jump.
   - Neva Hippert finished 2nd in the 400 meter dash.

Wheatmore traveled to Ledford on Thursday 3/8 to run against Ledford and Randleman. The Warrior Men fell to Ledford and Randleman while the Women were able to earn a 2nd place finish as they defeated Randleman.

Outstanding WHS performances include:

   - Danae Henderson finished 1st place in the 100 meter dash and 2nd in the 200 meter dash.
   - The men's 4x200 relay finished 1st place -Wyatt Garrison, Jordan Kight, Blake Sheets, Jackson Powell.
   - The women's 4x100 relay finished first (Erin Lambeth, KhaLi Winningham, Danae Henderson, Rosie Langendorfer.
   - Wyatt Garrison finished 2nd in the 200 meter dash.
   - Neva Hippert finished 1st in pole vault.
   - Nathan Christenbury finished 2nd in pole vault and triple jump.
   - Koda Gibson threw 2nd place in shot put.

March 9, 2018 – Thursday Capsules

Trinity Baseball

The Trinity Bulldogs defeated Ragsdale 12-2 in varsity baseball.

Cole McCrary threw 5 2/3 innings for the win and had 7 k's.

Ale Gonzalez reached base in all 5 appearances with an RBI. Monroe Presnell went 2 for 4 with a double and 3 RBI.

Additional RBI: Hunter Mosely (3), Garrett Allen (1), Cole McCrary (1), Brian Lemly (1), Connor Stanley (1), Tyler Bova (1).

Providence Grove - Eastern Randolph Baseball

Thursday's game against Eastern Randolph was a heartbreaker for Providence Grove, as they lost the lead late in a 5-1 defeat. The game was tied at one with Eastern Randolph batting in the top of the ninth when Eric Cheek singled , scoring two runs.

Providence Grove lost despite out-hitting Eastern Randolph Wildcats five to three.

In the bottom of the seventh inning, Providence Grove tied the game at one when Jacob Switzer singled in one run.

Michael Glasgow earned the victory on the pitcher's mound for the Wildcats. He allowed no hits or runs over two innings, striking out three and walking one.

Jordan Hodges took the loss for Providence Grove. He allowed three hits and four runs over two innings, striking out five and walking one.

Connor Patterson started the game for Providence Grove Patriots. He surrendered one run on no hits over seven innings, striking out 20 and walking one. Colton Craven started for Eastern Randolph. He allowed five hits and one run over seven innings, striking out three and walking none.

Southwestern Randolph Softball

SWR Varsity softball lost to Southern Alamance 5-4 in extra innings.

Heaven Maness was 2 for 3 with 2 doubles and 1 RBI.

Alex Coleman was 2 for 2 with 2 stolen bases and 2 RBIs.

March 8, 2018 – Thursday Results


Trinity 12, Ragsdale 2
E Randolph 5, Providence Grove 1  (9)
North Stanly 12, SW Randolph 7


SW Randolph def. Southern Guilford 9-0
 SWR winners: Wes Koehler, John Castelloe, Dylan Sweet, Ben Cross, Colby Bass, Alex Mercado
 Doubles - Koehler & Cross, Castelloe & Sweet, Bass & Braylen Beason
Ragsdale def. Providence Grove 8-1
 PG doubles winners: Logan Routh & Daniel Ellison 8-7 (8-6 tiebreak)


Asheboro 4, Randleman 1
Chatham Charter at Uwharrie Charter
Providence Grove 3, Southern Guilford 2


Wheatmore 11, Randleman 8
Asheboro 12, Southeast Guilford 5
Trinity 16, Page 5
Southern Alamance 5, SW Randolph 4
Uwharrie Charter 7, Cornerstone 0


E Randolph at Southern Alamance
Providence Grove, Wheatmore at TW Andrews


Asheboro 9, HP Central 1

Track & Field

Randleman, Wheatmore at Ledford
Women: Ledford 121, Wheatmore 30, Randleman 20
Men: Ledford 97, Randleman 54.5, Wheatmore 23.5

Trinity at Thomasville

March 8, 2018 – From Trinity High School

Trinity High School has officially hired their new volleyball coach for the 2018-2019 School Year. Trinity's new Varsity Coach will be Rodney Kirby.

Coach Kirby is a graduate of Trinity High School and Coached at Trinity before the split.  He was then at Wheatmore High School where he built an amazing volleyball program.

Coach Kirby has been working at the college level for the last year and was officiating some before that.

We are excited to have Coach Kirby on board here at Trinity High School.

March 8, 2018 – The North Carolina Basketball Coaches Association recently announced their All-District players and a number of Randolph County athletes were recognized for their efforts during the 2017-18 high school basketball season. The selections are made for each of 12 geographic districts across the state without regard to school classification.

Randolph County honorees:

Gavin Rains, Wheatmore, Jr (1ST TEAM)
Devingston Lewis, Asheboro, Sr (2ND TEAM)
Hunter Neal, Trinity, Sr (3RD TEAM)
Tanner Ferguson, SW Randolph, Jr (3RD TEAM)
Heaven Maness, SW Randolph, So (2ND TEAM)
Sarah Crews, SW Randolph, So (2ND TEAM)
Rachel Luna, Asheboro, Jr (3RD TEAM)

March 8, 2018 - Randleman High School senior Liam Mowers has signed with Hampden-Sydney College near Farmville, Virginia.

The four-year soccer standout will remain a tiger at the collegiate level with the Hampden-Sydney Tigers in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference.

March 8, 2018 – Thursday Schedule


5:00 Trinity at Ragsdale
7:00 SW Randolph at North Stanly
7:00 E Randolph at Providence Grove


3:00 E Randolph at Southern Alamance
3:30 Providence Grove, Wheatmore at TW Andrews


6:00 HP Central at Asheboro


4:30 Chatham Charter at Uwharrie Charter
6:00 Asheboro at Randleman
6:00 Providence Grove at Southern Guilford


5:30 Trinity at Page
6:00 Wheatmore at Randleman
6:00 Cornerstone at Uwharrie Charter
6:30 Providence Grove at Southern Alamance
7:00 SW Randolph at Southern Alamance


4:00 SW Randolph at Southern Guilford
4:30 Providence Grove at Ragsdale

Track& Field

4:00 Trinity at Thomasville

March 8, 2018 – Wednesday Capsules

Wheatmore-Randleman Baseball

Nothing came easy for the Warriors on Wednesday, as they fell 10-0 to Randleman
Trey Cooper took the win for Randleman. He surrendered zero runs on two hits over
four innings, striking out seven.  Dawson Edwards threw two innings in relief out of the bullpen.

Gabe Hernandez took the loss for Warriors. He allowed four hits and seven runs over three and a third innings, striking out six.

Hernandez, Connor Cox, Dawson Payne, and Jeremiah Hodge all had one hit for the

Southwestern Randolph Golf

The Southwestern Randolph Cougars Boy's Golf team braved the cold, windy and
wet conditions of Oak Hollow Country Club to play their second match of the season
Wednesday against Wesleyan Christian Academy.

The match was won by Wesleyan Christian Academy with a team score of 168.

The medalist for the match was Sean Bryant from WCA.

The Cougars were led by senior Tristan Pugh, who carded a 46 in extreme conditions.

Justin Jarrett, a junior, had a 47. Cameron Cagle and Cody Russell, both seniors, each shot a 51.

Other team member scores were Nathan Cagle, a senior, with a 58 and Ethan Reynolds,
a senior, with a 61.

The Cougars team score was 195.

March 7, 2018 – Wednesday Schedule UPDATED


Randleman 10, Wheatmore 0
Southeast Guilford 5, Asheboro 0
PPD TO THU 3/8 Eastern Randolph at Providence Grove
PPD Southwestern Randolph at Southern Alamance


Wesleyan Christian def. SW Randolph 168-195
2:00 Eastern Randolph at Union Pines
3:30 Providence Grove at Asheboro


Southern Alamance 5, Asheboro 0
SW Randolph 1, Eastern Guilford 0
South Stokes 3, Trinity 2
Glenn 7, Wheatmore 6
6:00 Uwharrie Charter at North Rowan
CANCELED Eastern Randolph at North Moore


Providence Grove 13, Eastern Randolph 5
Trinity 23, Dudley 1
PPD to 3/8 Southwestern Randolph at Southern Alamance
PPD to 3/8 Wheatmore at Randleman


Providence Grove def. Trinity 8-1
Jordan-Matthews def. Randleman 8-1
4:00 Southern Alamance at Asheboro

Track & Field

4:30 SW Randolph, Wheatmore at South Davidson

March 7, 2018 – Wednesday Schedule addition

As(eboro-Southeast Guilford baseball from Tuesday has been rescheduled for TODAY at McCrary Park.

JV game at 4:30, varsity at 7:00.

March 7, 2018 – began streaming games on our second channel – SportsTone2 – on March 2nd. The additional channel allows us to stream more baseball and softball games beyond the games scheduled on the original channel.

The Courier-Tribune helped explain the changes in a recent article which you can read HERE.

Listeners can access the two separate channels with the Mixlr app, or listen to either through the embedded players at the top of the SportsTone home page. The original SportsTone channel is on the blue player in the upper left of the page while SportsTone2 is available on the red player in the upper right.

When either channel is streaming a game, a 'play button' will appear inviting you to click to listen. At other times, when the channel is 'Off-air', you can click on the player to visit the SportsTone or SportsTone2 pages at Signing up to each channel through Mixlr is not required to listen, but it is free and will allow you to get notifications when each channel is 'live'.

Access to archived recordings is also available for each channel.

March 7, 2018 – Wednesday Schedule


7:00 Wheatmore at Randleman
7:00 Eastern Randolph at Providence Grove
7:00 Southwestern Randolph at Southern Alamance
7:00 Southeast Guilford at Asheboro


2:00 Eastern Randolph at Union Pines
3:30 Providence Grove at Asheboro
3:30 Southwestern Randolph at Wesleyan Christian


6:00 Eastern Guilford at Southwestern Randolph
6:00 Eastern Randolph at North Moore
6:00 South Stokes at Trinity
6:00 Uwharrie Charter at North Rowan
6:00 Southern Alamance at Asheboro
7:00 Wheatmore at Glenn


5:00 Trinity at Dudley
6:00 Wheatmore at Randleman
6:00 Asheboro at Southeast Guilford
7:00 Providence Grove at Eastern Randolph
7:00 Southwestern Randolph at Southern Alamance


4:00 Southern Alamance at Asheboro
4:30 Providence Grove at Trinity
4:30 Jordan-Matthews at Randleman

Track & Field

4:30 SW Randolph, Wheatmore at South Davidson

March 6, 2018 - The Mid-Piedmont Conference has announced All-Conference teams for 2017-18 winter sports. Local athletes from Asheboro and Southwestern Randolph were among those honored.


 Tatum Herrin
 Chau Ngyuen
 Allyn Huggins (SEG)
 Alania Joyce (SA)
 Matthew Wittstein (SEG)


 Caleb Greene
 Jonah Hydzik
 Cameron Surratt
 Justin Cothren (SEG)
 Kelsey Rector (EG)


 Kyle Hicks
 Sheng Lin
 Luis Mena
 Abraham Mora
 Nate Otero
 Isaiah Ridley
 Michael Smith
 Zac Brim
 Sam Voncannon
 Josh Wilson (SEG)
 Jed Cox (SEG)


 Nathalia Gil
 Kaili Yow
 Brianna Hernandez
 Kristin Thomas


 Rachel Luna
 Sarah Crews
 Heaven Maness
 Jazmin Harris (EG)
 Shamiah Harvey (EG)


 Nate Fisher
 Devingston Lewis
 Tanner Ferguson
 Jaylen Alston (EG)
 Evan Fancourt (SG)

March 6, 2018 –  Even though UNC-Pembroke baseball dropped 2 of 3 games at Young Harris College (GA) over the weekend, the Braves are off to a hot start in 2018, with a 12-3 overall record, 6-3 in the Peach Belt Conference and are the 12th ranked team in last week's Division II poll by the NCBWA.

Freshman left-hander Landen Smith (WHS '17) picked up his first collegiate win on February 24th against Lander University (SC) before suffering his first loss this past Saturday at Young Harris.

Redshirt freshman Trevor Clemons (RHS '16) is leading the team with a .452 batting average. Clemons has started 13 of the team's 15 games and has hit two home runs.

Still waiting his turn for the Braves is freshman Dawson Painter (UCA '17). Painter excelled both at the plate and on the mound during his high school career.

The Braves continue their road trip with games at Coker College (SC) and Columbus State (GA) before returning home to face Reece Daniel (SWR '15) and the 9th ranked Wingate Bulldogs on Tuesday, March 13.

March 6, 2018 – Tuesday Schedule


PPD to Wed 3/7 Wheatmore at Randleman
PPD to Wed 3/7 Eastern Randolph at Providence Grove
PPD to Wed 3/7 Southwestern Randolph at Southern Alamance
7:00 Asheboro at Southeast Guilford
7:00 Albemarle at Uwharrie Charter

Men's Golf

PPD to Wed 3/7 Providence Grove at Asheboro
PPD to Wed 3/7 Eastern Randolph at Union Pines

Women's Soccer

PPD 3/22 Chatham Central at Eastern Randolph
PPD to Wed 3/7 South Stokes at Trinity


PPD to Wed 3/7 Wheatmore at Randleman
PPD to Wed 3/7 Providence Grove at Eastern Randolph
PPD to Wed 3/7 Southwestern Randolph at Southern Alamance
PPD to Thu 3/8 Trinity at Page
PPD to Wed 3/7 Asheboro at Southeast Guilford

Men's Tennis

PPD Bishop McGuinness at Trinity

March 6, 2018 – From Southwestern Randolph High School

The Southwestern Randolph Boy's Golf team began their 2018 season Monday with a non-conference match at Forest Oaks Country Club against Providence Grove High School and Southeast Guilford High School.

Southwestern Randolph won with a team score of 174.

Individual scores for the Cougars were, Cameron Cagle - 39, Nathan Cagle – 42, Tristan Pugh - 44, and Justin Jarrett - 49. Cameron was also the medalist for the match with a 39. His chip-in eagle from 110 yards on hole #16 was his second eagle on this course.  He chipped in for an eagle last season on hole #8.

Leading scorer for Providence Grove was Braxton Lineberry with a 41 and a team score of 176.

Leading scorer for Southeast Guilford was Hogan Kohl with a 44 and a team score of 178.

Other team members for Southwestern Randolph include Ethan Reynolds - 55, Jordan Reynolds - 59, Cody Russell - 60, and Landon Smith - 62.

The Cougars next match will be Wednesday, March 7th against Wesleyan Christian at Oak Hollow Country Club. Tee time will be 3:30.

March 5, 2018 – Monday Results

Men's Tennis

Trinity def. Wheatmore 5-4
 THS winners: Jack McCroskey 10-3, Quinton O'Hara 10-5, Waleed Khan 10-8, Randy Owens 10-1
 Doubles - Owens & Khan 8-6 
Providence Grove def. Randleman 9-0
 PG winners: Cameron Clark 10-0, Nick Swaim 10-2, Dante Rivero 10-1, Raymond Pang 10-2,
 Logan Routh 10-1, Daniel Ellison 10-2
 Doubles - Clark & Swaim 8-0, Rivero & Pang 8-1, Routh & Ellison 8-3
Southwestern Randolph def. Southern Alamance 9-0
 SWR winners: Wes Koehler, John Castelloe, Dylan Sweet, Ben Cross, Colby Bass, Alex Mercado
 Doubles - Koehler & Cross, Castelloe & Sweet, Bass & Braylen Beason


Eastern Randolph 11, Williams 10
 ER: Mason Canoy 3 hits
 Eric Cheek 3 rbi
 Jaden Shepherd 3 rbi (including 2 winning runs in the bottom of the 7th)

Men's Golf

At Forest Oaks Country Club
1- Southwestern Randolph 174
2- Providence Grove 176
3- Southeast Guilford 178

Women's Soccer

Southern Alamance 9, Southwestern Randolph 0
Wheatmore 2, East Rowan 0
Asheboro 3, Southeast Guilford 0


Northwest Guilford 17, Southwestern Randolph 4
 HR: Emily Johnson in SWR 4th (bases empty)
Uwharrie Charter 16, Albemarle 0

March 4, 2018 – Basketball State Championships

The 2018 Basketball State Championships will be Saturday, March 10 in Raleigh and Chapel Hill.
1A Women: #1 Pamlico County (26-1) vs #1 Mount Airy (26-2)
1A Men: #3 Pamlico County (22-5) vs #1 Winston-Salem Prep (26-3)
2A Women: #3 North Pitt (25-5) vs #3 North Wilkes (28-3)
2A Men: #9 Greene Central (26-6) vs #2 Forest Hills (29-2)
3A Women: #1 Jacksonville (23-3) vs #2 Northern Guilford (27-4)
3A Men: #1 Northside Jacksonville (29-0) vs #1 Cox Mill (28-3)
4A Women: #1 Southeast Raleigh (30-0) vs #1 Northwest Guilford (28-2)
4A Men: #3 Heritage (25-4) vs #2 Independence (30-1)

March 3, 2018 – Friday game capsules

Eastern Randolph softball

Eastern Randolph picked up their 1st win of the season against East. Montgomery 17-2 in 3 innings.

Courtnee Carter was the winning pitcher striking out 4 and allowing 4 hits. She also added a hit at the plate.

Notable batters were Marion Goins who went 3-3 & 3 RBI. Kelsey Craven and Brooklyn Rush also went 2-3 with 2 RBI apiece.

Record is 1-1 and next game will start Conference play Tuesday against rival Providence Grove.

Southwestern Randolph softball

SWR Softball defeated Trinity Friday 11-1.

Heaven Maness had 2 triples. Courtney Chriscoe went 4-5 with a double. Blair Lamb went 2-3. Casey Hatley went 2-3.

Autumn Springer got the win in the circle giving up only 1 run on 3 hits and striking out 6.

Wheatmore baseball

Warriors defeated Bishop McGuinness 15-2 on Friday thanks to eight runs in a big third inning. 

Camdon Wishon, Jeremiah Hodge, Dawson Payne, Gabe Hernandez, Bryce Lowe, and  Matt Owens each had RBI in the big inning.

Connor Cox took the win for Warriors. He lasted five innings, allowing six hits and two runs while striking out 11 and walking zero.

Anthony Azar took the loss for Bishop McGuinness. He lasted one and one-third innings, allowing five hits and four runs while striking out three and walking one.

Warriors scattered 18 hits in the game.  Hunter Smith, Owens, Hernandez, and Wishon each managed three hits to lead Warriors.  Warriors tore up the base paths, as four players stole at least two bases. Hernandez led the way with three.

Warriors didn't commit a single error in the field. Pat Kendrick had 11 chances in the field, the most on the team.

March 2, 2018 – Friday Results


Providence Grove 10, Asheboro 8
Randleman 2, Northern Guilford 1
Wheatmore 15, Bishop McGuinness 2
SW Randolph 5, Trinity 2

Men's Lacrosse

Asheboro 5, Atkins 3

Women's Soccer

SW Randolph 4,  Providence Grove 1
Wheatmore 9, Southern Guilford 0
Asheboro 6, Randleman 1
Ragsdale 3, Trinity 0


Randleman 6, Asheboro 5
E Randolph 17, E Montgomery 2
SW Randolph 11, Trinity 1
6:00 Wheatmore at SE Guilford

Men's Tennis

SW Randolph 7, Trinity 2

March 1, 2018 – Thursday Schedule


POSTPONED Eastern Randolph at Asheboro
POSTPONED Trinity at Southern Guilford

Men's Golf

3:30 Eastern Randolph at Providence Grove
POSTPONED HP Central at Trinity

Men's Lacrosse

6:00 Asheboro at Western Guilford

Women's Soccer

POSTPONED Thomasville at Wheatmore
POSTPONED Randleman at Asheboro
POSTPONED Trinity at Ragsdale


POSTPONED SW Randolph at E Randolph
POSTPONED Asheboro at Providence Grove
POSTPONED West Davidson at Wheatmore
POSTPONED Trinity at Western Guilford
6:00 Uwharrie Charter at Starmount


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