Prep roundup: Trinity also wins in soccer
It’s hard to follow a classic.
Prep roundup: Sydney Rowan posted 15 kills and 12 digs as High Point Christian Academy downed Calvary Baptist 25-19, 25-18, 25-14 on Tuesday.
The Wheatmore volleyball team can make quick work of a lot of teams – especially when its opponent is having an off night.
Monday's prep roundup
With a prolific goal scorer in the front and a talented keeper in the back, the High Point University men’s soccer team begins the season with a solid foundation.
THE HIGH POINT ENTERPRISE HIGH FIVE
Voting in the High Point Enterprise High Five prep football poll by the three-member HPE sports staff. Five points for first place, four for second etc. (First-place votes in parenthesis)
1. HP Central (3) 15
2. Southern Guilford 11
3. Ragsdale 10
4. SW Guilford 4
5. T.W. Andrews 2
Others receiving votes: Glenn 1, Ledford 1, East Davidson 1
The High Point Christian football team had the stage – the first game of the season with a new head coach under the lights at A.J. Simeon Stadium – and it performed well.
High Point Christian had a plan, and it executed it well – particularly coming out of halftime.
Southwest Guilford finds itself in the same position after week one of this high school football season as last year.
Glenn’s players won their first game Friday night, but lost the last 4 minutes and 12 seconds of the contest against Parkland.
Things came together for High Point Central at the right time.
High Point Central scored the go-ahead touchdown inside the final two minutes, following a huge 41-yard pass-and-catch by Jamiel Mack to Geoffrey Wall, and made an interception with less than a minute left to beat rival T.W. Andrews 26-25 on Friday at Simeon Stadium.