Ledford’s Adams signs up for double duty

Jul. 22, 2013 @ 10:41 PM

Chris Adams may want to consider buying a second whistle.

Adams, Ledford’s head football coach since 2010, added a second title on Monday. Adams took the job as Panthers’ head baseball coach.
“It’s going to be double duty,” Adams said. “But I love to coach and I get to coach two sports I enjoy at a school I love. I’m really excited about this opportunity.”
Adams is entering his 17th year of coaching. He spent two years at Central Davidson before coming to Ledford in 1999.
He also teaches health and physical education at Ledford in addition to his coaching duties.
Adams replaces Kemp Smith as the Panthers’ head baseball coach. Smith left to take an assistant principal post at East Davidson.
“Kemp and I have coached together for a long time and we’re good friends,” Adams said. “That should make for a pretty smooth transition.”

CEDARWOOD STINGRAYS RULE THE POOL
GREENSBORO — The Cedarwood Stingrays rule the poll.
Cedarwood captured the High Point Community Swim Association championship on Monday at the Greensboro Aquatics Center.
Complete results were still being tabulated at press time Monday. Look for full results in Wednesday’s edition of The High Point Enterprise.

HIGH POINT CENTRAL FALL TRYOUTS/PRACTICES
Must have a current physical and meet all NCHSAA and GCS eligibility standards.
FOOTBALL— Mini-camp July 29-31 at 6 p.m. on practice fields. The first official practice is August 1 at 6 p.m.
MEN’S SOCCER — August 1 at 6 p.m. on the outfield of the baseball field
WOMEN’S TENNIS — August 5 at 9 a.m. on the tennis courts
WOMEN’S GOLF — August 1 at 10 a.m. at Oak Hollow Golf Course
VOLLEYBALL — Workouts on July 29 and 30 at 9 a.m. in the women’s gym. Official tryouts/practice will start on August 5 at 9 a.m. in the women’s gym.
CROSS COUNTRY — August 5 at 7 a.m. on the track
For more information, contact Bison athletic director Mike Cook at 819-2849 or cookm2@gcsnc.com

WYNDHAM ADDS MORE BIG NAMES
GREENSBORO — Three former major championship winners — Zach Johnson, Lucas Glover and Stewart Cink — have all joined the Wyndham Championship field, it was announced Monday. The 74th annual Wyndham Championship is set for August 12-18.
These players join a field that also includes commitments from defending champion Sergio Garcia, reigning FedExCup champion and 2007 Wyndham winner Brandt Snedeker, 2011 Wyndham winner and 2012 U.S. Open champion Webb Simpson as well as former Wyndham winners Davis Love III and Carl Pettersson.

LOCAL GOLFERS COMPETE IN N.C. JUNIOR BOYS 13-UNDER
ASHEBORO — High Point’s Grady Newton fell 3 and 1 to Raleigh’s Britt Stroud in the round of 16 second flight at the 17th N.C. Junior Boys 13 and Under Championship on Monday.
Tanner Wood of Pleasant Graden downed Jamestown’s David Griffin III 4 and 3 in the third flight quarterfinals.

EAST GIRLS TOP WEST IN ALL-STAR HOOPS
GREENSBORO — The East downed the West 67-60 in the girls All-Star basketball game at the Greensboro Coliseum on Monday night.
The East’s Deanneisha Jackson (Harnett Central High School) earned girls MVP honors with 12 points. Jackson is an incoming freshman at High Point University.
Mylia Garner paced the West girls with 16 points.

OUTLAW SPARKS WEST BOYS PAST EAST
GREENSBORO — Like father, like son.
Tyrone Outlaw (Person High School) scored 16 points and earned game-MVP honors as the East beat the West 107-84 in the East-West All-Star boys basketball game at the Greensboro Coliseum on Monday night.
Outlaw’s father, Tyrone, was named East-West All-Star Game MVP in 1995.
Devonte’ Graham led the East with 20 points.
For the West, Sam Hunt scored 20 points, while former Southwest Guilford star Terrell Leach added 12 points on 5 for 12 shooting.
Look for a feature on Leach in Wednesday’s edition of The High Point Enterprise.