The Wesleyan Christian boys soccer team was faced with a challenge, playing without one of its top players in the biggest game of the season. But it pulled together and found a way to still play well.
Chavis Little called it the best night of his young career.
Southwest Guilford faced the best team in the Piedmont Triad 4A Conference on Friday night and lost 56-13.
High Point Central got off to a fast start, enjoyed a big night from running back Chavis Little and took advantage of crucial Ragsdale turnovers in posting a 48-32 victory on Friday at A.J. Simeon Stadium.
FRIDAY’S PREP FOOTBALL SCORES
Eastern Randolph 35, T.W. Andrews 34 (OT)
HP Central 48, Ragsdale 32
East Forsyth 56, SW Guilford 13
High Point Christian 37, Cannon 3
Bishop McGuinness 25, Atkins 14
North Rowan 27, East Davidson 10
NW Guilford 42, Glenn 14
Ledford 19, East Rowan 13
Southern Guilford 43, SW Randolph 15
Salisbury 8, Thomasville 7
Randleman 53, Trinity 16
Providence Grove 20, Wheatmore 7
The Wesleyan Christian volleyball team tried to rally from a slow start, but it just couldn’t make it happen.
The High Point Christian volleyball team fought hard until the end. Charlotte Country Day, however, was just too much to overcome.
Thursday's preps: Wheatmore stayed alive in a quest for a return to the state championship game, sweeping visiting Polk County 25-22, 25-21, 25-18 in the third round of the NCHSAA 2A playoffs.
Hard to believe it, but there are just three weeks remaining in the high school football regular season.
The Southwest Guilford boys soccer team was eager to get another shot at High Point Central.
Wednesday's prep roundup: Bishop girls tennis to play Elkin in the third round Monday at the Wake Forest tennis center.
With just three weeks left in the regular season, my prep football prognosticating case proves less than compelling.