Even without one of its top players, the T.W. Andrews girls basketball team had enough to roll past visiting High Point Central 56-14 on Saturday night.
The T.W. Andrews boys basketball team didn’t give up. Even though three of its better players have yet to join the team. Even though, with the players it did have, it trailed by 12 in the third quarter.
FRIDAY'S NCHSAA 2AA STATE TITLE GAME
T.W. Andrews vs. Monroe, 7:30 p.m., UNC Chapel Hill's Kenan Stadium
Friday's prep roundup
High Point University men’s basketball player Allan Chaney will not resume his playing career due to health concerns. Chaney, an All-Big South Conference forward, is a graduate student on track to receive his master’s degree in May.
Theo Pinson knew his team needed a game where it had to grind out a win. The North Carolina recruit didn’t want to get too complacent this early in the season — especially in front of his future coach, Roy Williams.
A strong all-around performance, particularly in the first half, helped top-seeded T.W. Andrews roll past third-seeded Washington 42-15 on Friday at A.J. Simeon Stadium in the NCHSAA 2AA East Regional final.
Matt Horkey sensed he could be a pretty good baseball player as a youngster. He’d always had a strong arm and was a step above many kids his age on the baseball field.
Prep roundup: Cuthbertson scores 29 while Bennett follows with 14 for Wildcats in 68-52 loss Thursday.
Levi Gesell grew up playing baseball — the game runs in his family.
Last week the T.W. Andrews football team cleared the hurdle that tripped them last year. Now it looks to continue reaching for its ultimate goal: a state championship.
T.W. Andrews’ football team wants to party like it’s 1991 on Friday night.
Wednesday's prep roundup
Tuesday's prep roundup