Even shorthanded, the High Point Christian boys stuck with Greensboro Day on Monday evening. But the Bengals made a couple key plays in the final minutes to edge the Cougars 59-58 in a battle of state powers at High Point Christian.
Saturday's prep roundup
The Wesleyan Christian girls again hung with Greensboro Day for a half but fell 64-45 on Friday at Wesleyan.
Trailing by two with 2.1 seconds left in the third quarter, Ragsdale guard James Stepp denied High Point Central the chance to put the ball in play, instead stealing the inbounds and drilling a three at the buzzer to put the Tigers up one headed into the last period.
After beginning Friday night’s clash with High Point Central slowly, the Ragsdale Tigers turned up the intensity in the second quarter and powered past the Bison for a 49-28 win over their Piedmont Triad 4A rivals.
Friday's prep roundup
Injury and illness have hampered the Trojans throughout the season. But now that they have everyone back, they’re playing their best basketball of the season, and Friday’s 53-40 win against visiting Greensboro Day was indicative of that.
Some people don’t like the pressure that comes with playing quarterback. Lamar Raynard thrives on it.
Thursday's prep roundup
Thomasville High wanted a coach who understands winning in a small community. It found that in Wes Mattera.
Marquell Cartwright has always had a passion for playing football.