Southern Guilford enters the NCHSAA playoffs with a perfect record and a conference title under its belt.
With a late-season surge, T. Wingate Andrews is poised to make a run at defending its state football championship.
Trinity is happy to be going back to the playoffs for the first time in six years.
The High Point Central and Southwest Guilford football teams were on different tracks coming out of Friday’s game at Simeon Stadium.
Seven teams make the playoffs; all but Southern Guilford, seeded No. 1 in the 3A East, will open on the road.
PREP FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD
T.W. Andrews 50, Trinity 13
HP Central 28, SW Guilford 14
Bishop McGuinness 53, North Stokes 16
West Davidson 30, East Davidson 14
Ragsdale 41, Glenn 20
North Forsyth 27, Ledford 20
Lexington 21, Thomasville 19
Eastern Randolph 43, Wheatmore 8
NCISAA DIV. III PLAYOFFS
Wake Christian 27, High Point Christian 23
Friday's prep football roundup: Bishop and Ragsdale end the regular season with wins.
T. WIngate Andrews simply overpowered Trinity on Friday night in the regular-season finale for both teams.
Can you believe it, loyal readers?
We’ve reached the end of another high school football regular season.
Southern Guilford’s perfect regular season kept the Storm atop this week’s High Point Enterprise High Five prep football poll.
Saturday's prep roundup
The Bishop McGuinness girls tennis team continued to play with confidence and determination. And, in the end, it led to a state championship.
The Southern Guilford football team finally made the big plays.
One down, one to go for T. Wingate Andrews.
Southern Guilford trailed by 14 early in the second half, struggling to stop Ledford while missing opportunities of its own. But, with a rush of big plays, it scored 28 straight points and emerged with a 35-21 win Friday at C.K. Siler Stadium.
McLean finished with 18 carries for 200 yards and two touchdowns as the Cougars won 28-20 to end the regular season 8-2.