The Bishop McGuinness girls needed a moment – but it was only a moment – to really get going and capture their ninth straight regional championship.
With its 54-31 win, Andrews advances to face Bandys in the 2A state championship on Saturday at noon in N.C. State's Reynolds Coliseum.
The Bishop McGuinness Villains’ quest for a ninth straight state championship continues.
Dre Thomasson is determined to make the most of his opportunity.
Friday's prep roundup
Brady Stover has played important roles, but he doesn’t seek the spotlight. As a lineman on defense and a blocker on offense, he’s OK with only knowing he’s contributed to his team’s success.
The Villains' game Friday vs. Winston-Salem Prep has been moved to 7 p.m. Saturday. The Red Raiders' game Saturday has been moved to later in the day to 8 p.m.
The T.W. Andrews girls are known for their high-pressure defense and uptempo offense. On Wednesday against defending state champion Kinston, they played their game exactly how they wanted.
Wednesday's prep roundup
For over a half, the Trinity boys played the way they wanted to. But, during a five-minute stretch during the third quarter, Kinston’s speed outside and length inside changed that in a hurry.