Red Raiders rumble past Wildcats

Oct. 25, 2013 @ 11:01 PM

T.W. Andrews took control of the PAC-6 2A Conference race with authority on Friday night at Simeon Stadium.

The Red Raiders scored on six of their first seven possessions, held Eastern Randolph without a first down through its first possession of the third quarter and rolled to a 45-10 victory.
Marquell Cartwright ran for three touchdowns, the longest covering 69 yards, Lamar Raynard threw TD passes of 41 and 16 yards to Justin Lea, and D.J. Hill capped the scoring with a 48-yard TD run for the Red Raiders (7-1, 3-0).
Eastern’s touchdown came on a 91-yard kickoff return. The Wildcats fell to 5-4, 2-1.
Andrews visits Wheatmore on Friday night.

ELSEWHERE FRIDAY

EAST FORSYTH DOWNS SOUTHWEST
HIGH POINT — East Forsyth stuffed Southwest Guilford 49-13 in Piedmont Triad 4A Conference play on Friday night.
The Eagles improved to 8-1, 2-1. The Cowboys fell to 2-7, 0-3. Southwest travels to Northwest Guilford on Friday.

GALLASPY, STORM POST 27-14 WIN
GREENSBORO — Southern Guilford’s high powered offense was able to bounce back from a couple of early turnovers to post a 27-14 victory Friday night over Southwestern Randolph.
The Storm celebrates Senior Night by winning its fourth consecutive game.
Reggie Gallaspy rushed for 151 yards and all four touchdowns for the Storm (6-4, 4-1). Gallaspy, a junior, ran for 98 yards in the first half.
Two Southern fumbles set up Cougar touchdowns.
The Storm will play its final regular season game next week at Ledford, with still a chance at winning another conference championship.
— PATRICK BUDD
SPECIAL TO THE ENTERPRISE

HPCA ROLLS PAST ASHEVILLE SCHOOL
HIGH POINT — High Point Christian Academy cruised past Asheville School for a 51-6 victory at High Point Athletic Complex on Friday night.
The Cougars improved to 3-5. The Blues fell to 0-8.
HPCA visits Hickory Grove Christian on Friday.

GLENN STUNS NORTHWEST IN OVERTIME
KERNERSVILLE — Glenn rallied to shock Northwest Guilford 21-14 in overtime Friday night.
The Bobcats improved to 4-5, 2-1 Piedmont Triad 4A Conference. The Vikings fell to 8-1, 2-1.

BISHOP WALLOPS ATKINS, 49-14
KERNERSVILLE — Bishop McGuinness cruised past Atkins for a 49-14 Northwest 1A Conference win on Friday night.
The Villains improved to 5-4, 1-2. Atkins fell to 3-5, 1-2. Bishop plays host to Walkertown on Friday night.
Greg Salomon rushed 13 times for 127 yards and three touchdowns for Bishop, which scored 49 unanswered points. Andrew Rowley carried eight times for 96 yards and two TDs, including an 80-yard score in the second quarter.
Bishop rushed 43 times for 349 yards.

THOMASVILLE NIPS SALISBURY, 15-14
SALISBURY — A win is a win. But it sure was an ugly way for Thomasville to get one Friday night in Salisbury.
Erasing a 14-point first half deficit in which the Hornets may have caught Thomasville looking ahead to next week’s Central Carolina Conference battle with North Rowan, the Bulldogs regained their focus second half and rallied back to steal a 15-14 win and spoil Salisbury’s homecoming at Ludwig Stadium. Thomasville was very fortunate having turned the ball over five times on a frigid night.
— ZACH KEPLEY
THE THOMASVILLE TIMES

WHEATMORE EARNS FIRST WIN OF SEASON
CLIMAX — Wheatmore notched its first win of the season with a hard-fought 20-19 triumph at Providence Grove on Friday night.
The Warriors improved to 1-8, 1-2 PAC-6 2A Conference. PG fell to 1-8, 0-3.
Wheatmore plays host to T.W. Andrews on Friday night.

TIGERS TAME BULLDOGS, 28-7
RANDLEMAN — Trinity dropped a 28-7 PAC-6 2A Conference decision to Randleman on Friday night.
The Bulldogs fell to 4-5, 1-2. The Tigers improved to 7-2, 2-1.
Trinity plays host to Providence Grove on Friday night.

LEDFORD WHIPS EAST ROWAN, 41-14
WALLBURG — Ledford stepped out of conference and rolled past East Rowan for a 41-14 victory on Friday night.
The Panthers improved to 5-4. East Rowan fell to 3-6.
Ledford plays host to Southern Guilford in a key Mid-Piedmont 3A Conference showdown on Friday night.