Friday's prep football roundup
Jack Lown headed a pass from Parker Spesock into the goal near the halfway point of the first half and High Point Central made it stand up for a 1-0 Piedmont Triad 4A victory over Ragsdale on Thursday.
Wednesday's prep roundup: Wesleyan, HPCA and Westchester earn berths into the NCISAA boys soccer playoffs.
The Ledford girls tennis team fought to stay in the match. But, in the end, Wilson Hunt was just too solid at nearly every position.
The Southwest Guilford boys soccer team knows what it needs to do to, hopefully, work its way back into the race for the Piedmont Triad 4A Conference championship. It needs to win the rest of its games.
Tuesday's prep roundup: Westchester volleyball advances to the second round of the TAC 1A/2A/3A tournament.
Monday's prep roundup: Glenn moves on to face Northwest Guilford, while Ragsdale takes on East Forsyth in Tuesday's PTC semis.
Fittingly, a perfect Storm emerged from a rainy Friday night to remain atop the High Point Enterprise High Five prep football poll.
The Trinity boys soccer team started playing better as the game progressed, but rival Wheatmore certainly made it work to do so.
High Point Christian Academy played Covenant Day School to a 2-2 soccer tie on Saturday.
EDITOR’S NOTE ON PREP SIGNINGS POLICY
With national early signing day just around the corner, here is the High Point Enterprise policy for this year. The Enterprise sports staff will run stories and photos on area athletes who sign with NCAA Division I schools. All other signees are encouraged to submit photos of their signing days with the pertinent info (current high school, identifications of the people in the photo, sport to play at the next level, and name of college or university attending. Please e-mail those photos to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for your consideration.
— Mark McKinney
Enterprise sports editor
In the aftermath of Glenn’s 14-12 PIedmont Triad 4A Conference victory over Southwest Guilford on Friday night, both head coaches were concerned about their struggles on offense.
Having squandered five straight possessions with great field position in the second half, Glenn took advantage of the sixth one on Friday night.