NCHSAA FOOTBALL PLAYOFF SCOREBOARD
4A: No. 5 HP Central 38, No. 12 Hopewell 21
3AA: No. 7 Weddington 42, No. 10 Ledford 0
3A: No. 9 Anson 30, No. 8 Southern Guilford 20
2AA: No. 1 T.W. Andrews 43, No. 16 SouthWest Edgecombe 15
2AA: No. 7 West Stokes 36, No. 10 East Davidson 13
2A: No. 9 Lincolnton 14, No. 8 Thomasville 7
1AA: No. 4 North Stanly 27, No. 5 Bishop McGuinness 14
The T.W. Andrews football team scored on four of its first five drives of the first half in building a big lead and cruised to a 43-15 win against SouthWest Edgecombe on Friday at A.J. Simeon Stadium to open the NCHSAA 2AA state playoffs.
Prep roundup: Pinson scores 20, while Gilmore adds 10 points and 12 rebounds for Wesleyan.
Southwest Guilford’s Austen Zente has never accepted not working hard. That’s how he’s always approached playing baseball.
The High Point Central football team started strong and fended off Huntersville Hopewell's comeback in winning 35-21 on Thursday night at A.J. Simeon Stadium in the opening round of the NCHSAA 4A state playoffs.
High Point Central plays Thursday, while six others play Friday in the first round of the state playoffs.
Picking the winners
Wednesday brought college signings at various high schools around the area. We’ll provide feature stories on all of the signees in upcoming editions of The High Point Enterprise. Don’t miss it!
Tuesday's prep roundup
High Five: The Red Raiders (9-1, 5-0) earned all three first-place votes for 15 points. Andrews closed its undefeated PAC-6 2A run with a 73-14 romp past Trinity on Friday night at Simeon Stadium.
NCHSAA football playoff schedule
Southwest Guilford finally ran out of overtime playoff magic.
Before the season, the High Point Central football team believed it could compete among the top teams in the Piedmont Triad 4A Conference.