Andrews offers pre-sale state-title tickets
PRE-SALE TICKETS AVAILABLE AT T.W. ANDREWS
HIGH POINT — Pre-sale tickets for the T.W. Andrews-Bandys NCHSAA 2A girls basketball championship game are on sale at T.W. Andrews for $9.
Tickets will be available at the Andrews main office until noon today. Tickets will cost $10 at the door at Raleigh’s Reynolds Coliseum, the site of Saturday’s noon tipoff for the crown.
BISHOP 5, SOUTH STOKES 2
KERNERSVILLE – Matt Neidert threw a two-hit shutout and Austin Temple cleared the bases with a single in the second as Bishop McGuinness topped visiting South Stokes 5-0 on Thursday.
Neidert struck out six and walked none as Bishop improved to 4-1. Stuart Spiers and Will Lamnick also drove in runs for the Villains.
BIshop will travel to South Stokes on Tuesday.
RAGSDALE 6, WESTERN GUILFORD 0
GREENSBORO — Connor Burrows and Kip Brandenburg combined for a six-hit shutout as Ragsdale stopped visiting Western Guilford 6-0 in nonconference play on Thursday.
Burrows allowed the six hits, struck out five and walked three in 5 ⅓ innings. Brandenburg struck out two in 1 ⅔ innings.
Cesar Trejo laced an inside-the-park home run and had two RBIs. Avery Hodges also drove in two runs, and Brandenburg scored one.
Ragsdale goes to Wheatmore today.
SW RANDOLPH 4, WHEATMORE 1
TRINITY – David Albertson drove in the only run for Wheatmore in a 4-1 loss to visiting Southwestern Randolph on Thursday.
Sydney Pell doubled for the Warriors (2-1) and Carrie Beckham went 1 for 1.
Wheatmore plays host to Central Davidson today.
WESLEYAN 16, CANNON 0 (5 )
CONCORD – Wesleyan Christian rolled past host Cannon School 16-0 in five innings Thursday.
Katie Bailiff went 3 for 4 with two triples, a double and seven RBIs to lead the Trojans (5-0), while Kayla Brewer was 3 for 4 with a double and two RBIs.
Anna Robichaud also went 2 for 4 with four RBIs, while Cayla Cecil and Sydney Parker each had two hits and an RBI. Ebony Zappone also added an RBI.
Brewer picked up the complete-game win in the circle, allowing one hit and one walk while striking out seven.
Wesleyan next plays a tournament game Saturday at Gaston Christian.
BISHOP 15, THOMASVILLE 0 (4)
THOMASVILLE — Ernae Pinnix tossed a three-hit shutout over four innings as Bishop McGuinness stopped Thomasville 15-0 in a game stopped by the mercy rule on Thursday.
Pinnix also struck out six as Bishop improved to 3-2.
The Villains belted 16 hits and took advantage of four Thomasville errors. Bishop scored four runs in the first, one in the second, eight in third and two in the fourth.
Leading hitters for Bishop included Erin Redden (2-2, three runs scored), Melissa Rademaker (2-3, two runs scored, Julia Errington (3-4, two runs scored), Carolyn O’Halloran (two runs scored), Bronwyn Cortez (2-3, two runs scored), Darsey Bowers (2-3, one run scored), Samantha Pelc (2-3, one run scored), Sarah O’Connor (1-3, one run scored), Kayley Scannell (1-3, one run scored).
EAST DAVIDSON 3, SOUTHERN GUILFORD 1
THOMASVILLE — Andrea Grant laced a home run and Morgan Key drove in a run for East Davidson in a 3-1 victory over Southern Guilford on Thursday.
Key was 2 for 3 at the plate. Ally Wike was 1 for 2 with a run scored.
WESLEYAN 1, CANNON 0
HIGH POINT – Savannah Hyder took a pass from Madison Edwards in the 60th minute and scored the game’s only goal as Wesleyan edged Kannapolis Cannon 1-0 on Thursday,
Ashleigh Kelly and Regan Williams combined to seal the shutout in goal for the Trojans (2-1). Kelly grabbed four saves and Williams had two.
Wesleyan goes to Forsyth Country Day on Tuesday.
HP CENTRAL 9, T.W. ANDREWS 0
HIGH POINT — High Point Central scored six first-half goals in beating T.W. Andrews 9-0 on Thursday at the High Point Athletic Complex.
Caroline Giles had three goals and an assist to lead the Bison (2-2), while Mason Kepley also scored three goals. Susie Griffin had two goals and three assists, while Noel Andrews added one goal and two assists. Ivana Rendon and Caroline Boone also each had an assist.
Central plays again Tuesday at home against Grimsley at 6 p.m.
HP CENTRAL 9, RAGSDALE 0
JAMESTOWN – Sam Utley led a string of singles winners for High Point Central in a sweep of Piedmont Triad Conference foe Ragsdale on Thursday.
Carter Gay, Alex Hill, Robert Tutton, Clayton Howell and Cole Stoffel also won in singles for the Bison, who got doubles wins from the duos of Hill/Tutton, Bobby Little/Trey Sedberry and Nick Tutnam/Marcus Gilley.
Central (3-1, 2-1 PTC) plays host to Glenn on Monday.
SW GUILFORD 7, E. FORSYTH 2
HIGH POINT – Southwest Guilford won five singles matches and two doubles matches on the way to topping visiting East Forsyth 7-2 in Piedmont Triad Conference play on Thursday.
Match results were:
Steve Michel (S) def. Matthew McFarlin 6-2, 6-1; Carl Druebbisch (S) def. Ethan DeBoer 6-2, 7-5; Trent Mayberry (S) def. Ross Bennett 6-1, 6-1; Travis Karr (E) def. Jeremy Cronin 4-6, 6-1, 11-9; Tyler Vetsch (S) def. Coleman Dudley 6-4, 6-1; Holden Hmiel (S) def. Caelan Gonzalez 6-3, 6-4
Michel/Chris Seo (S) def. McFarlin/DeBoer 8-4; Bennett/Karr (E) def. Luke Lee/Chris Han 8-1; Noah Price/Michael Canon (S) def. Dudley/Gonzalez 8-4
Southwest improves to 2-0 in the conference and 3-2 overall. Wast is 0-3 in the league and 2-3 overall.
RANDLEMAN 6, T.W. ANDREWS 3
HIGH POINT – Two players accounted for all the wins for T.W. Andrews in a 6-3 PAC6 loss to visiting Randleman on Tuesday.
Anotnio Tuth and Faifal Sulman each won a singles match then prevailed in doubles for the Red Raiders (1-5, 1-1 PAC6).
BISHOP 8, WALKERTOWN 1
WALKERTOWN — Bishop McGuinness took all but one singles match in a 8-1 Northwest 1A win over host Walkertown on Thursday.
Match scores were:
Sam McLaughry(B) d. Everett McClelland(W) 6-0,6-1; Ben Jandzinski(B) d. Wyatt Neal(W) 6-0,6-1; Zack Jones(B) d. DJ Basham(W) 6-0,6-0; Jonathan Ingram(B) d. Dylan Mabe(W) 6-2,6-0; Andrew Balogh(B) d. Daniel Parnell(W) 6-0,6-0; Brycen Schenker(W) d. Max Kreber(B) 6-2, 5-7, 10-7.
McLaughry/Jones(B) d. Neal/Basham (W) 8-0; Jandzinski/Ingram(B) d. McClelland/Mabe(W) 8-2; Jesse Russell/Alec Bissell(B) d. Schenker/Daniel Guffey(W) 8-3.
Bishop improves to 3-1, 3-0 in the NWC. Walkertown is 2-2, 2-1 NWC.
AT BLAIR PARK
HIGH POINT – Gaston Christian teamed for a 164 total and edged Wesleyan Christain by three strokes on Thursday at Blair Park.
Counting scorers for the Trojans included Bradley Calloway (40), Chase Cranford (41), Jordan Smith (43) and Hunter Flippin (43).
Levi Kettlehut of Gaston took medalist honors with a par 37.
AT ASHEBORO MUNICIPAL
ASHEBORO — Southwestern Randolph prevailed in a Mid-Piedmont 3A match on Thursday.
Led by a 35 from medalist Andrew Routh, Southwestern finished with a 156 total. Asheboro was next at 176, followed by Ledford (182), Central Davidson (194), Western Guilford (208) and North Forsyth (261).
Parker Hughes led Ledford with a 42. Other counting scorers for the Panthers included Ryan McClellan (45), Trey Ragan (46) and Hunter Brock (52).
AT MAPLE LEAF
KERNERSVILLE — Bishop McGuinness prevailed in a four-team match Thursday at Maple Leaf Golf Club.
The Villains finished with a 144 total. Winston-Salem Reynolds was second at 147, followed by Reagan (149) and Glenn (173).
Kevin Sowinski of Bishop and Trevor Blevins of Glenn tied for medalist honors at 1-under-par 34. Peter Hinnant of Reynolds and Aaron Purviance of Reagan tied for third at 35.
Tanner Owen and Reilly Erhardt of Bishop, and Hudson Helms of Reynolds tied for fifth at 36. Jonathon Davis and Zach Shields of Bishop were among those who tied for tenth at 38.
RAGSDALE 19, GREENSBORO DAY 14
JAMESTOWN – Peyton Joyce scored eight goals in helping lead Ragsdale to a 19-14 victory over Greensboro Day on Thursday.
Marlee Joyce had five goals for the Tigers. Noah Whitting added four and Brooke Fernandes two.
Andrea Berry had 14 saves in goal for Ragsdale, which improved to 2-0.
WESLEYAN 201, WESTCHESTER 213
HIGH POINT — Wesleyan shot a 201 to top Westchester by 12 strokes n middle school play on Thursday at High Point Country Club’s Emerywood course.
Counting scorers for Westchester including medalist Matt Boggis (45), David Prevette (47), Zach Beale (58) and Chase Portaro (63).