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February 27, 2021 – Saturday Results


(w) #9 Farmville Central 71, #5 Randleman 54

RHS: Elizabeth York had 22 points; Audra Petty had 13 points; Gracyn Hall had 12 points

(w) #7 Asheboro 59, #3 Eastern Alamance 56

AHS: Diamond McDowell had 26 points; Sion Murrain had 19 points; Ashton Maness had 8 points; Tanaesha Ellison had 6 points


Trinity 6, Wheatmore 3

WHS: Goals by Jagur Williams, Collin Burgess and Ian Miller


South Stokes 21, Trinity 0

February 26, 2021 – Friday Schedule

No events scheduled

February 25, 2021 – Thursday Results


(w) #5 Randleman 66, #13 Wheatmore 41

RHS: Gracyn Hall had 24 points and 12 rebounds; Elizabeth York had 17 points; Hannah Hinshaw had 13 points and 10 rebounds; Hannah Dove had 7 points

(m) #6 Mount Airy 73, #14 Uwharrie Charter 48

(w) #7 Asheboro 64, #2 D H Conley 60


Uwharrie Charter 12, South Davidson 0

Wheatmore 4, Randleman 2  (2 OT)

WHS: Goals by Henry Santos, Yoni Mora, Jagur Williams and Collin Burgess; assists by Ryan Baynard (3) and Jagur Williams; Austin Poplin had 8 saves

RHS: Goals by Chris Ayala and Bryan Jaimes; assist by Yahir Lopez; Jaime Lopez had 13 saves

6:00 Asheboro at Southeast Guilford


Southeast Guilford 27, Asheboro 0

AHS: Tyler Marsh rushed for 29 yards; Khyland Hadley-Lindsay completed 2 passes, both to Logan Richardson, for 13 yards

Randleman 49, Wheatmore 0

February 24, 2021 – Wednesday Results


Jordan-Matthews 2, Randleman 1

RHS: Goal by Nick Muro; assist by Victor Telles; Jaime Lopez had 16 saves in goal

6:00 Asheboro at Eastern Guilford

Trinity 10, Providence Grove 0
6:00 Uwharrie Charter at North Stanly

February 24, 2021 – BASKETBALL ACCOLADES

Despite changes brought by the pandemic, the North Carolina Christian School Association will hold it's annual All-Star Basketball games for players in the 2A classification. Four athletes from Faith Christian School have been selected to participate in the events which will be hosted by Alamance Christian School in Burlington.

Senior guard Abbey Stout and freshman point guard Karrie Gaines were members of the FCS women's team which reached the state NCCSA quarterfinals this season before losing to Faith Christian Academy (Goldsboro).

Senior Trevor Brunson and junior Shawn Cox helped the men's team to the semifinal round where they were eliminated by eventual state champ Berean Baptist Academy (Fayetteville).

The Girl's 2A All-Star Game is scheduled to begin at 12 noon this Saturday, February 27 with the Boy's 2A All-Star Game to follow about 2:00.

Trevor Brunson has been named to the NCCSA All-State 1st Team for the last two years. On February 16, he became to first player in program history to pass the 2000 career points mark. His season high in scoring was 46 against Berean Baptist and has also averaged double figure rebounding this season.

Trevor has committed to play basketball at Bob Jones University in Greenville, SC following high school where the Bruins are to begin the transition from the National Christian College Association into the NCAA during the next (2021-22) school year.

February 24, 2021 – Wednesday Schedule


6:00 Asheboro at Eastern Guilford

6:00 Providence Grove at Trinity
6:00 Jordan-Matthews at Randleman
6:00 Uwharrie Charter at North Stanly

February 23, 2021 – Tuesday Results


(w) #13 Wheatmore 52, #4 Reidsville 51

(w) #7 Asheboro 65, #10 Chapel Hill 49

AHS: Diamond McDowell had 18 points; Tanaesha Ellison had 15 points; Ashton Maness had 13 points; Sion Murrain had 10 points; Janiya Jackson had 9 points

(w) #5 Randleman 72, #12 Midway 47

RHS: Gracyn Hall had 22 points and 7 rebounds; Elizabeth York had 16 points; Audra Petty had 12 points; Hannah Hinshaw had 8 points, 8 rebounds and 7 assists

(w) #5 Community School of Davidson 53, #12 Uwharrie Charter 40

(m) #6 James Kenan 58, #11 Trinity 45

(m) #14 Uwharrie Charter 64, #3 Starmount 47

UCA: In the first men's basketball playoff win in school history, Ashton Troutman had 20 points; Dylan Wheatley had 15 points; Jordan Harrison had 14 points

(m) #13 Kinston 51, #4 Randleman 48

RHS: Nate Cassidy had 25 points; Baylor Petty had 7 points; Lucas Gnieting had 6 points


Southern Alamance 6, Asheboro 3

February 22, 2021 – Monday Schedule UPDATED 3:15


South Davidson at Uwharrie Charter POSTPONED THU 2/25

Eastern Randolph at Jordan-Matthews - POSTPONED FRI 3/5
Southern Alamance at Asheboro - POSTPONED TUE 2/23
Trinity at Wheatmore - POSTPONED SAT 2/27
Providence Grove at Randleman - POSTPONED THU 3/4

February 22, 2021 SPECIAL FEATURES

Dennis Garcia spoke with some local football coaches as Friday night lights are set to shine for most teams this week. Read more on the SPECIAL FEATURES page.





#10 Chapel Hill at MPC1 #7 Asheboro
MPC 2 #11 Southeast Guilford at #6 Rocky Mount


#9 East Wake at MPC1 #8 Eastern Guilford
MPC2 #11 Williams at #6 West Carteret



#12 Midway at PAC1 #5 Randleman

PAC2 #13 Wheatmore at #4 Reidsville


#13 Kinston at PAC1 #4 Randleman
PAC2 #11 Trinity at #6 James Kenan



#13 Murphy at YVC1 #4 North Rowan
YVC2 #12 Uwharrie Charter at #5 Community School of Davidson
YVC3 #15 North Stanly at #2 Bessemer City


#9 Pine Lake Prep at YVC1 #8 North Stanly
YVC2 #13 Chatham Central at #4 Hiwassee Dam
YVC3 #14 Uwharrie Charter at #3 Starmount


February 20, 2021 – Saturday Schedule UPDATED 12:00


Albemarle at Uwharrie Charter (varsity girls) - CANCELED

February 19, 2021 – Friday Results


(w) Uwharrie Charter 47, Chatham Central 27

UCA: Gabi Greene had 10 points, Natalie Beeson had 9 points, Kristen Jensen had 8 points

(m) Chatham Central 55, Uwharrie Charter 46

UCA: Ashton Troutman had 13 points, Dylan Wheatley had 9 points

(w) Eastern Randolph 64, Jordan-Matthews 58

ER: Amiyah Brooks had 36 points and 6 steals, Kolby Snider had 11 points, 5 steals and 2 blocks, Ziera Watson had 6 points

Asheboro at Southeast Guilford (varsity girls) - CANCELED

February 18, 2021 – BASKETBALL PLAYOFFS

The NCHSAA announced Wednesday evening that bracketing for the upcoming basketball playoffs will be delayed until Sunday afternoon.

The reporting deadline for conference standings and team records had been Saturday morning with brackets for the tournament to be announced that afternoon. However, with winter weather expected to affect much of the state Thursday and Friday, the association has changed the deadline to noon on Sunday. The change means that Saturday is now the final day for regular season contests.

Even though the playoff field has been cut in half due to the pandemic-shortened schedule, Randolph County should be well represented with at least six teams expected to advance into the state playoffs.

Round one is scheduled for this Tuesday, February 23.


February 18, 2021 – Thursday Schedule


6:00 Jordan-Matthews at Eastern Randolph (varsity girls)


6:00 Randleman at Jordan-Matthews

February 17, 2021 – Wednesday Results


(w) Eastern Randolph 57, Trinity 32

ER: Amiyah Brooks had 32 points; Kyania had 8 points; Lilly Whitaker had 6 points

(m) Trinity 68, Eastern Randolph 44

(w) Asheboro 49, Eastern Guilford 20

AHS: Tanaesha Ellison passed the 1000 career points mark as Asheboro improved to 11-0

(m) Randleman 63, Asheboro 45

RHS: Nate Cassidy had 21 points, Kaleb Mitchell had 19 points

AHS: Noah Watkins had 13 points, John Maness had 9 points

(w) Southeast Guilford 61, SW Randolph 54

(w) Providence Grove 61, Jordan-Matthews 43

(m) Providence Grove 67, Jordan-Matthews 62

PG: Jonathan Foust had 32 points and 16 rebounds, Jadon Griffith had 14 points, Questin Overman had 10 points

(w) Wheatmore 51, T W Andrews 40

(m) T W Andrews 57, Wheatmore 55

(w) Uwharrie Charter 61, North Stanly 49

UCA: Gabi Greene had 23 points: Kristen Jensen had 17 points; Natalie Beeson had 10 points

(m) Uwharrie Charter 83, Millennium Charter 20

UCA: Dylan Wheatley had 15 points; Cam Fordham had 10 points; Jordan Harrison had 9 points


Eastern Randolph 5, Providence Grove 3

Wheatmore at Randleman - POSTPONED 2/25

Asheboro at Southeast Guilford - POSTPONED 2/25
February 17, 2021 - ACADEMIC ACCOLADES


Congratulations to all 6 of our teams that could qualify to be a NCHSAA Scholar Athlete Team for the First Semester. To qualify, it must be a varsity team with a cumulative unweighted GPA of 3.1 or higher for the first semester. The team GPAs are as follows:

Volleyball - 3.74

Boys Basketball - 3.53
Cheerleading (Basketball) - 3.52
Girls Basketball - 3.44
Girls Cross Country - 3.44
Boys Cross Country - 3.36

February 17, 2021 – Wednesday Schedule UPDATED 2:30


5:00 Trinity at Eastern Randolph

6:00 Eastern Guilford at Asheboro (varsity girls)
6:00 Asheboro at Randleman (varsity boys)
6:00 SW Randolph at Southeast Guilford (varsity girls)
6:00 Providence Grove at Jordan-Matthews
6:00 Wheatmore at T W Andrews
6:00 North Stanly at Uwharrie Charter (varsity girls)
7:30 Millennium Charter at Uwharrie Charter (varsity boys)


6:00 Providence Grove at Eastern Randolph

Wheatmore at Randleman - POSTPONED 2/25
Asheboro at Southeast Guilford - POSTPONED 2/25

February 16, 2021 – Tuesday Results


(w) Asheboro 65, SW Randolph 54

AHS: Diamond McDowell had 24 points, Sion Murrain had 14 points, Tanaesha Ellison had 13 points, Ashton Maness had 11 points

SWR: Alexis Maness had 18 points, Carley Everhart had 16 points, Caressa King had 11 points

(m) Uwharrie Charter 65, Chatham Charter 44

UCA: Cam Fordham had 17 points, Dylan Wheatley had 17 points; Ashton Troutman had 11 points

(w) Providence Grove at High Point Central

(m) High Point Central 56, Providence Grove 53


The NCHSAA is set to discuss the current limitations on spectators at outdoor sporting events with the NC Department of Health and Human Services, according to published reports. Currently, the maximum number of spectators allowed is 100. That number is set in the current executive order by Governor Cooper which will expire on February 28.

In an email sent to member schools by Commissioner Que Tucker, the NCHSAA would like to allow more people at outdoor events if it will be safe to do so.


February 16, 2021 – Tuesday Schedule


6:00 SW Randolph at Asheboro (varsity girls)

6:00 Providence Grove at High Point Central

February 15, 2021 – Monday Results


(w) Randleman 59, Eastern Randolph 27

RHS: Gracyn Hall had 21 points and 10 rebounds; Audra Petty had 15 points and 7 assists; Elizabeth York had 13 points

ER: Amiyah Brooks had 8 points; Courtnee Carter had 7 points

(m) Randleman 46, Eastern Randolph 26

RHS: Baylor Petty had 15 points; Nate Cassidy 9

ER: Brody Gardner had 9 points; Delonte Glover had 8 points

(w) T W Andrews 37, Trinity 31

(m) Trinity 54, T W Andrews 46

(w) Wheatmore 57, Jordan-Matthews 43

(m) Wheatmore 53, Jordan-Matthews 42

WHS: Ben Walker had 12 points; Gavin Dennis had 12 points; Dylan Weil had 9 points; Kaleb Lockwood had 9 points

(w) SW Randolph 67, Eastern Guilford 49


6:00 Uwharrie Charter at Gray Stone

February 15, 2021 SPECIAL FEATURES

Short-handed Eastern Randolph earned a surprising (to some) win recently in men's basketball. Learn more in this week's SPECIAL FEATURE from Dennis Garcia.

February 15, 2021 – Monday Schedule UPDATED 8:40


6:00 Jordan-Matthews at Wheatmore

6:00 T W Andrews at Trinity
6:30 Eastern Randolph at Randleman
6:30 SW Randolph at Eastern Guilford (varsity girls)


6:00 Uwharrie Charter at Gray Stone

Randleman at Asheboro - CANCELED

Jordan-Matthews at Providence Grove - POSTPONED 2/25

February 12, 2021 – Friday Results


Wheatmore swimmers Katie Fritz (Sr) and Spencer Hall (Jr) were in action today in the State Swimming & Diving Championships at Triangle Aquatic Center in Cary.

Fritz reached the championship podium for the second time in her high school career with a 3rd place finish in the Women's 50 Yard Freestyle event (24.86). She also finished 5th in the Women's 100 Freestyle (54.13). Katie finished 3rd in the 50 yard freestyle as a freshman.

Hall finished in 6th place in the Men's 100 Butterfly with a time of 54.72

Jennah Fadely from Jordan-Matthews finished as State Champion in the Women's 100 Yard Breaststroke with a State Championship record time of 1:02.11. Fadely also placed 2nd in the Women's 200 Individual Medley.



(w) Wheatmore 57, Eastern Randolph 33

ER: Lilly Whitaker had 6 points; Kyania Brower had 6 points

(m) Eastern Randolph 62, Wheatmore 58

ER: Delonte Glover had 15 points; Brody Gardner had 15 points; Donovan Lara had 13 points; Bryce Foland had 10 points; Connor Carter had 9 points

WHS: Ben Walker had 14 points; Jake Haynes had 11 points; Gavin Dennis had 11 points

(m) Uwharrie Charter 66, South Davidson 38

UCA: Ashton Troutman had 23 points; Dylan Wheatley had 11 points

February 11, 2021 – Thursday Results


(m) Asheboro 74, Southeast Guilford 63

AHS: Noah Watkins had 23 points, Tramir Martin had 13 points, Alex Pulido had 10 points, Hadley-Lindsay had 10 points

(w) Grimsley 59, SW Randolph 56

(m) Grimsley 72, SW Randolph 37

SWR: Thomas Ellington had 12 points; Landon Williamson had 6 points; Jordan Reynolds had 6 points

(w) Randleman 67, Trinity 42

RHS: Gracyn Hall had 30 points; Audra Petty had 16 points; Hannah Dove had 10 points; Hannah Hinshaw had 9 points

(m) Randleman 51, Trinity 44

RHS: Nate Cassidy had 16 points; Connor Lineberry had 10 points; Kaleb Mitchell had 9 points

THS: Ben Owens had 18 points; Dominic Payne had 8 points

(w) Providence Grove 63, TW Andrews 49

PG: Malea Garrison had 33 points; Allie Frazier had 10 points; Brooke Ingram had 10 points

(m) Providence Grove 68, TW Andrews 52

PG: Questin Overman had 32 points (6 3-pointers); Michael Fee had 13 points

(w) Wheatmore 57, Jordan-Matthews 37

(m) Uwharrie Charter at South Davidson


Uwharrie Charter at Millennium Charter - POSTPONED

February 10, 2021 – Wednesday Results


Uwharrie Charter 9, South Stanly 0

Wheatmore 1, Jordan-Matthews 0

WHS: goal by Collin Burgess; assist by Jagur Williams; Austin Poplin had 10 saves in goal

Eastern Randolph 5, Randleman 1


The Mid-Piedmont 3A Conference has announced that all of the conference teams will not be able to complete the scheduled 12 game conference season. Therefore, only the first round of conference basketball games will count as conference games. If teams are able to play a second time it will be a non-conference game.

This is for both girls and boys basketball.

February 10, 2021 – Wednesday Schedule


6:00 Randleman at Eastern Randolph

6:00 Wheatmore at Jordan-Matthews
6:00 Uwharrie Charter at South Stanly

February 9, 2021 – Tuesday Results


(w) Asheboro 2, Southern Guilford 0 (for.)

(m) Southern Guilford 57, Asheboro 54

AHS: Noah Watkins had 12 points; Khyland Hadley-Lindsay had 12 points; John Maness had 10 points

(w) Williams 60, SW Randolph 44

(m) Williams 60, SW Randolph 42

SWR: Sean Adkins had 19 points; Thomas Ellington had 6 points

(w) Southern Alamance 56, Eastern Randolph 41

ER: Amiyah Brooks had 17 points; Lilly Whitaker had 14 points

(m) Southern Alamance 75, Eastern Randolph 56

(w) Wheatmore 40, Providence Grove 37

WHS: Taylor Comer had 16 points; Kara Comer had 13 points
PG: Brooke Ingram had 16 points; Malea Garrison had 8 points

(m) Providence Grove 47, Wheatmore 42

PG: Jonathan Foust had 20 points and 14 rebounds; Questin Overman had 8 points
WHS: Gavin Dennis had 11 points; Ben Walker had 7 points; Dylan Weil had 7 points

(w) TW Andrews 55, Randleman 47

RHS: Gracyn Hall had 15 points and 9 rebounds; Hannah Hinshaw had 14 points; Elizabeth York had 9 points

(m) TW Andrews 41, Randleman 35

(w) Trinity at Jordan-Matthews

(m) Trinity 57, Jordan-Matthews 44
THS: Garrett Moser had 16 points; Ben Owens had 15 points

(w) Uwharrie Charter 61, North Moore 22

UCA: Natalie Beeson had 18 points; Haedyn Hill had 9 points; Kristen Jensen had 7 points

(m) Uwharrie Charter 83, North Moore 46

UCA: Alijah Barker had 14 points; Dylan Wheatley had 11 points; Dakota Wheatley had 9 points; Max DeNamur had 9 points

February 9, 2021 SPECIAL FEATURES

Asheboro women's basketball team improved to 8-0 Monday night and became the topic of this week's SPECIAL FEATURE from Dennis Garcia.


The Piedmont Athletic 2A Conference has named Trinity junior Gracie Ballard Player of the Year in Volleyball.

Other members of the all-conference team are:

Isabella Clem, Trinity

Maddie Stevens, Trinity
Jill Stern, Providence Grove
Malea Ferguson, Production Grove
McKenzie Green, Randleman
Aubrey Maness, Randleman
Ceci Carter, Randleman
Lindsay Peele, Randleman
Natalie Dodd, Wheatmore
Kelly Williams, Wheatmore
Bailey Whiteford, Wheatmore
Zoie Wyatt, Wheatmore
Carson Elliott, Wheatmore
Addie Flinchum, Eastern Randolph

Wheatmore coach Sarah Beth Campbell was voted Coach of the Year in the conference.


February 9, 2021 – Tuesday Schedule


6:00 Asheboro at Southern Guilford (varsity boys)

6:00 Williams at SW Randolph
6:00 Eastern Randolph at Southern Alamance
6:00 Wheatmore at Providence Grove
6:00 Randleman at TW Andrews
6:00 Trinity at Jordan-Matthews
6:00 Uwharrie Charter at North Moore

February 8, 2021 – Monday Results


(w) Asheboro 53, Southeast Guilford 46

AHS: Diamond McDowell had 21 points; Tanaesha Ellison had 10 points; Sion Murrain had 16 points

(w) Uwharrie Charter  56, Gray Stone 23

UCA: Savannah Surratt had 11 points; Gabi Greene had 10 points; Ashara Spruill had 9 points


Trinity 8, Randleman 1

RHS: Goal by Yahir Lopez

Eastern Randolph 4, Wheatmore 1

Williams 1, Asheboro 1

February 7, 2021 – 1A/2A SWIMMING REGIONALS


Katie Fritz recorded a 1st place finish in the 50 yard Freestyle event in Saturday's regional meet at the Greensboro Aquatic Center. The Wheatmore senior also earned 2nd place in the 100 yard Freestyle race and qualified for the State Championship Meet in both events.

Spencer Hall, a junior from Wheatmore, qualified for the state meet in the men's 100 Butterfly with a 3rd place finish in regional competition. Hall also competed in the 50 yard Freestyle where he finished 10th.

Jordan-Matthews senior Jennah Fadely will also represent the Piedmont Athletic Conference after finishing 1st in the 100 yard Breaststroke and 2nd in the 200 yard Individual Medley.

The 1A/2A State Championships for Swimming & Diving will be held at Triangle Aquatic Center in Cary on Friday, February 12.

Saturday evening, the GAC hosted the 3A Central Regional. Asheboro's womens 400 Freestyle Relay team finished 10th in the event. The team consisted of Destiny Curtis, Fiona Wolfe-Roberts, Sara Cornelison and Madison Burnette with alternates Kaylee Greene and Sophia Roman.


February 6, 2021 – Saturday Schedule


1A/2A CENTRAL (Wheatmore swimmers)

9:30 at Greensboro Aquatic Center

3A CENTRAL (Asheboro swimmers)

5:00 at Greensboro Aquatic Center

February 5, 2021 – Friday Results


(m) Asheboro 62, Eastern Guilford 60

AHS: Noah Watkins had 20 points; Tramir Martin had 8 points

(m) Southern Guilford 59, SW Randolph 37

SWR: Thomas Ellington had 11 points; Sean Adkins had 6 points

(w) Randleman 57, Jordan-Matthews 21

RHS: Gracyn Hall had 29 points and 6 rebounds; Audra Petty had 18 points

(m) Randleman 53, Jordan-Matthews 36

RHS: Baylor Petty had 20 points; Nate Cassidy had 19 points

(w) TW Andrews 52, Eastern Randolph 45

ER: Amiyah Brooks had 25 points and 6 steals; Dori Luther had 8 points

(m) TW Andrews 68, Eastern Randolph 65

(w) Providence Grove 62, Trinity 39

(m) Trinity 56, Providence Grove 50

THS: Ben Owens had 14 points; Garrett Moser had 15 points; Dominic Payne had 14 points

(m) North Stanly 64, Uwharrie Charter 38

UCA: Ashton Troutman had 17 points; Jordan Harrison had 8 points


The North Carolina High School Athletic Association has announced that Randolph County Schools will host this year's basketball championships.

According to the NCHSAA:

The 2021 Championships will mark the first time that high school facilities will host the NCHSAA Basketball State Championships since the move to the Greensboro Coliseum (Men's Championships) and Elon College (Women's Championships) in 1981.

"We are very excited to host the NCHSAA State Championships at Randolph County School System facilities," said Stephen Gainey, Superintendent of the Randolph County School System and NCHSAA Board of Directors member. "These events will be great opportunities to highlight our outstanding facilities and personnel while providing a championship level experience for the student-athletes and teams that advance to these State Championships."

Providence Grove High School and Wheatmore High School will host the title games which are scheduled for the weekend of Saturday, March 6. Attendance will be limited for the contests with specific times to be determined later.

February 5, 2021 – Friday Schedule


6:00 Eastern Guilford at Asheboro (varsity boys)

6:00 Southern Guilford at SW Randolph (varsity boys)
6:00 Providence Grove at Trinity
6:00 Jordan-Matthews at Randleman
6:00 TW Andrews at Eastern Randolph
7:30 North Stanly at Uwharrie Charter (varsity boys)

February 4, 2021 – Thursday Results


(w) Wheatmore 55, Trinity 13

WHS: Senior Taylor Comer passed the 1000 point milestone in her high school career

(m) Trinity 51, Wheatmore 43

THS: Ben Owens had 16 points; Chris Essick had 11 points; Garrett Moser had 9 points

WHS: Gavin Dennis had 11 points; Dylan Weil had 8 points; Jaxon Kimmons had 8 points

(w) Uwharrie Charter 63, South Davidson 37

UCA: Natalie Beeson had 19 points; Gabi Greene had 9 points and 8 rebounds; Kristen Jensen had 8 points; Ashara Spruill had 7 points and 9 assists


Randleman 4, Providence Grove 0

RHS goals: Jesus Ramirez, Manuel Ramirez, Josiah Trout, Nick Miro; Assists: Nick Muro (2), Yahir Lopez, Pedro Sarmiento; Jaime Lopez had 8 saves in the shutout

February 3, 2021 – Wednesday Results


(w) SW Randolph 50, Southeast Guilford 48  (OT)

(m) Southeast Guilford 65, SW Randolph 52

SWR: Sean Adkins had 17 points; Thomas Ellington had 13 points

(w) Randleman 56, Jordan-Matthews 40

RHS: Gracyn Hall had 29 points and 13 rebounds; Hannah Hinshaw had 13 points and 5 rebounds; Jordan Booker had 6 points


Southern Alamance 3, Eastern Randolph 0

Wheatmore 7, Providence Grove 0
6:00 Jordan-Matthews at Trinity

February 2, 2021 – Tuesday Results


(w) Randleman 62, Providence Grove 41

RHS: Gracyn Hall had 24 points; Audra Petty had 17 points; Hannah Hinshaw had 13 points

PG: Autumn Reitzel had 11 points; Allie Frazier had 9 points; Malea Garrison had 9 points

(m) Randleman 63, Providence Grove 62

RHS: Nate Cassidy had 23 points passing 1000 points in his career; Connor Lineberry had 17 points; Kaleb Mitchell had 11 points
PG: Jonathan Foust had 26 points; Questin Overman had 14 points; Luke Thomas had 10 points

(w) Wheatmore 57, Trinity 24

(m) Wheatmore 57, Trinity 50

WHS: Ben Walker had 20 points; Gavin Dennis had 16 points

THS: Ben Owens had 12 points; Dominic Payne had 12 points

(m) Eastern Guilford 88, SW Randolph 39

SWR: Sean Adkins had 14 points; Jordan Reynolds had 8 points; Hadley Stutts had 7 points

(w) Asheboro 69, Southern Alamance 46

(m) Asheboro 63, Southern Alamance 49

AHS: Noah Watkins had 26 points; Tatum Marsh had 11 points; Tramir Martin had 10 points

(w) Uwharrie Charter 63, South Davidson 37

(w) Eastern Randolph 57, Jordan-Matthews 51

ER: Amiyah Brooks had 31 points and 7 steals; Ziera Watson had 7 points and 5 rebounds; Dori Luther had 6 points and 7 rebounds; Ayanna Mears had 6 points

(m) Eastern Randolph at Jordan-Matthews


Asheboro 8, Eastern Guilford 1

February 2, 2021 SPECIAL FEATURES

Wheatmore swimmer Katie Fritz is aiming for her fourth appearance in the Swimming & Diving State Championships next week. This week, she's the topic of a SportsTone SPECIAL FEATURE from Dennis Garcia.

February 2, 2021 – Tuesday Schedule


6:00 Southern Alamance at Asheboro

6:00 SW Randolph at Eastern Guilford (varsity boys)
6:00 Eastern Randolph at Jordan-Matthews
6:00 Providence Grove at Randleman
6:00 Trinity at Wheatmore
6:00 Uwharrie Charter at South Davidson


5:00 Eastern Guilford at Asheboro

February 1, 2021 – Monday Results


Trinity 9, Providence Grove 0

5:00 Uwharrie Charter at Central Davidson

6:00 Randleman at Jordan-Matthews
Eastern Guilford at Asheboro - POSTPONED 5pm TUESDAY
Wheatmore at Thomasville - POSTPONED

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