Thomasville advances to third-round of state dual-team tournament
The Bulldogs advance to action Thursday that starts with third-round action and the winner advancing the state semifinals. Thursday survivors wrestle for state championships on Saturday.
Thomasville made it out of Tuesday’s rounds at Monroe by topping the host school 46-28 in the opening match and beating West Lincoln 40-27 in the second.
Winner for the Bulldogs in the Monroe match were Rayshaun Moore (1060, Trevon Moore (113), Hygee Martin (120), Ahsan Butt (132), Kyrie Colson (138), Anthony Briseno (195) and Keith Clemmons (22).
Thomasville’s winners in the second match included the Moores, Martin, Jason Boutsady at 126, Butt, Colson, Brent Hokenson (152), Evan Makeupson (170) and Clemmons.
Elsewhere in 2A, Wheatmore lost to host Carrboro 48-21 in the first round. Wheatmore was the No. 1 team from the PAC6 while Carrboro was the No. 2 from the Mid-State Conference.
Also in 2A, Farmville Central eliminated Trinity 49-26.
Results from that match included:
106: Tyler Johnson, TRIN, tech. fall Aaron Anderson, FACE, 0:00 15-0. 113: Dustin Clift, FACE, maj. dec. Lee Stafford, TRIN, 17-9. 120: Shihiem Hogan, FACE, forf. . 126: Austin Minish, TRIN, pinned Kylik Dudley, FACE, 1:57. 132: Greyson Coffey, FACE, forf. . 138: DeAndre Daughtery, FACE, dec. Houston Spivey, TRIN, 7-3. 145: Robert Reid, TRIN, pinned Raquan Powell, FACE, 1:32. 152: Travonyne Edwards, FACE, pinned AJ Patron, TRIN, 1:57. 160: G.I. Hood, FACE, pinned Dalton Morris, TRIN, 1:55. 170: Shoji Banno, FACE, pinned Jaren Davenport, TRIN, 3:02. 182: AJ Patron, TRIN, dec. Zach Peters, FACE, 10-5. 195: Tylee Joyner, FACE, forf. . 220: Ricky Yarborough, TRIN, forf. . 285: Edward Davis, FACE, forf. .
In 3A, Ledford (the No. 2 out of the Mid-Piedmont Conference), lost 38-19 to host Orange in the first round.
IN 4A, Glenn won its first-round match 45-31 over Charlotte Independence then lost to powerhouse and host Parkland, 67-6.
In 1A, Bishop McGuinness fell to Robbinsville 48-30 in a first-round match at Boonville Starmount. Bishop was a wild-card selection while Robbinsville is the No.1 team from the Smoky Mountain Conference.
Results from that match included: 106: Arlus Orr, ROBB, pinned Jared Russell, BIMC, 0:00. 113: Irvin Portugal, ROBB, pinned Jesse Russell, BIMC, 0:00. 120: Zack Orr, ROBB, pinned Reid Forrester, BIMC, 0:00. 126: Brady Lovin, ROBB, pinned Justin Russell, BIMC, 0:00. 132: Michael Tanahey, BIMC, pinned Drew Smith, ROBB, 0:00. 138: Nicholas Trego, BIMC, dec. Kade Guffey, ROBB, 3-2. 145: Glen Stewart, ROBB, pinned Matt Hutchens, BIMC, 0:00. 152: Daniel Hutchens, BIMC, pinned Cameron Crowe, ROBB, 0:00. 160: Frank LaDew, BIMC, pinned Kyle Pruitt, ROBB, 0:00. 170: Nathan Craig, ROBB, pinned Will Kamnick, BIMC, 0:00. 182: Nicholas Castellano, BIMC, dec. Creed Lovin, ROBB, 5-0. 195: Nick Ackerman, BIMC, forf. . 220: Brandon Lee, ROBB, forf. . 285: Logan Odom, ROBB, forf. .
HIGH POINT CHRISTIAN 81, FORSYTH COUNTRY DAY 67
LEWISVILLE — High Point Christian went in front in the second quarter and outlasted Forsyth Country Day 81-67 on Tuesday.
Trailing by two after the first quarter, the Cougars were up seven at halftime and at the end of the third quarter.
Joey McLean lede HP Christian was 22 points and dished five assists. Makil Wright had 16 and Michael Provenzano 15. A.J. Phillip added 13 and pulled down eight rebounds/
HPCA plays host to Calvary Baptist on Friday.
NW GUILFORD 74, HP CENTRAL 69
HIGH POINT — NIck Powell scored 19, COlson Everett 14 and Jalen Spicer 13 for visiting Northwest Guilford in a 74-69 Piedmont Triad 4A victory over High Point Central on Tuesday.
Trevor Gay led the Bison (10-7, 1-4 PTC) with 18 points. Michal Seals had 14, Ahmad Langha, 11, and Juwan Foggie nine.
WESTCHETSER 86, AMERCIAN HEBREW 43
HIGH POINT — Westchester breezed to a 86-43 TAC win over American Hebrew on Tuesday.
David Ayodele led the Wildcats with 19 while Justice Cuthbertson added 17,
Westchester (13-9, 6-2) goes to Burlington Christian on Thursday.
E. FORSYTH 68, GLENN 52
WINSTON-SALEM — A night after torching Northwest Guilford for 36 points, Larry Curry shredded Glenn’s defense for 34 and led visiting East Forsyth to a 68-52 Piedmont Triad 4A victory over Glenn on Tuesday.
Curry hit 13 of 19 field goals (including both of his 3-point attempts), added two free throws and pulled down nine rebounds.
Leading 32-26 at halftime. East (19-1, 7-0 PTC ) held the Bobcats (6-14, 0-6 PTC) to two field goals and two free throws in pulling away to a 48-32 lead after three quarters — a margin that grew to as many as 20 in the fourth quarter.
Yiannis Bowden, playing his final home game, led Glenn with 15 points and 11 rebounds, while Dequan Clemmons added 13 points.
W-S PREP 55, BISHOP 52
KERNERSVILLE — Down two, Bishop McGuinness saw two potential go-ahead 3-point shots rim out in the last 15 seconds and fell 55-52 to Winston-Salem Prep on Tuesday.
The Villains battled back after trailing by 17 at the end of the first quarter. They were down 11 at halftime and 13 at the end of the third quarters before outscoring the Phoenix 14-4 in the final period.
Prep, led by Coyle Simmons with 14 points, improved to 8-0 in the Northwest 1A and 19-4 overall. Bishop dropped to 18-4, 6-3.
Nick Efird led Bishop with 19 points while Spencer Wilson added 12.
T. W. ANDREWS 88, RANDLEMAN 40
RNADLEMAN — October Campbell scored 21 points as T. Wingate Andrews crushed Randleman 88-40 in PAC6 play on Tuesdfay.
Jazlin Taylor added 17, Imani Watkins 16 and Brie Grier 14 for the Red Raiders, who improve to 14-5, 6-0. They travel to Eastern Guilford today.
W-S PREP 62, BISHOP MCGUINNESS 47
KERNERSVILLE — Winston-Salem Prep sent Bishop McGuinness to its first Northwest 1A loss of the season Tuesday night.
Down by one after three quarters, Prep pulled away to win 62-47, hitting 12 of 13 free throws to seal the outcome.
Kyala Searcy scored hit three 3 pointers and scored 13 of her 15 points in the second half to help the Phoenix overcome a five-point deficit. Celia Tibbs and Christian Caesar added 11 for Prep (14-4, 7-1 NWC).
Julia Brown led Bishop (17-4, 9-1) with 19 points. Danielle Nieters and Tia Cappuccio each had eight.
FCD 56, HP CHRISTIAN 54
LEWISVILLE — Forsyth Country Day edged High Point Christian 56-54 on a last-second shot Tuesday night.
Hailey Riffe led the Cougars with 24 points. Sloane McPeak had 18 and Maggie Williams six/
HPCA (4-11) hosts the Guilford County Heat on Friday
HIGH POINT — Wesleyan swept visiting High Point Chrisitan in a dual meet on Tuesday, with the Trojan girls prevailing 67-22 and the boys winning, 42-32
200 Medley Relay — Baker, Curtis, Turner, Stahl (WCA), 2:06.53
200 Free — McKenna Farlow (HPCA), 2:11.030
200 IM — Elizabeth Baker (WCA), 2:26.91
50 Free — Sarah Stahl (WCA), 27.04
100 Butterfly — Lauren Turner (WCA), 1:09.64
100 Free — Sarah Stahl (WCA), 1:00.50
500 Free — Courtney Westcott (WCA), 6:15.37
200 Free Relay — Baker, Curtis, Fleeman, Stahl (WCA), 1:56.8
100 Back — Audrey Curtis (WCA), 1:10.12
100 Breast — Elizabeth Baker (WCA), 1:15.94
400 Free Relay — White, Westcott, Labor, Turner (WCA), 4:38.7
200 Medley Relay — Lo, Hans, Yi, Brown (HPCA), 2:06.40
200 Free — Peyton Grisso (WCA), 2:21.20
50 Free — Daiki Nomoto (WCA), 25.97
100 Fly — Curtland Hanes (HPCA), 1:01.36
100 Free — Peyton Grisso (WCA), 1:03.84
500 Free — Curtland Hanes (HPCA), 5:28.81
200 Free Relay — Brown, Lo, Yi, Hanes (HPCA), 1:50.24
100 Back — Daiki Nomoto (WCA), 1:11.15
100 Breast — Wu, Yi (HPCA), 1:21.86
400 Free Relay — Cates, Gomez, Newton, Hedrick (WCA) 5:16.26
Rick Larrick, a former coach at High Point Central and Ledford who is now on the staff at West Forsyth, was named to the North Carolina coaching staff for this year’s Shrine Bowl.
The game, which pits standout high school football players from North Carolina against South Carolina, is slated for Dec. 20 at Gibbs Stadium on the campus of Wofford College in Spartanburg, S.C.
Hal Capps of Mooresville was named head coach for the North Carolina team.
WESTCHESTER 65, TRIAD BAPTIST 53
HIGH POINT — Tyrese Hearst scored 17 points as four players from Westchester reached double digits in a 65-53 victory over Triad Baptist on Tuesday.
Tyrece CHeek added 14, Morgan Forester 13 and Dylan Sellers 12 for the Wildcats (8-7. 4-1 TAC).
EAST DAVIDSON 51, THOMASVILLE 15
Brooke Walser scored 15 points to help lead East Davidson to a 51-15 victory over Thomasville in girls’ junior varsity basketball on Tuesday.
Lisa Furr led the Bulldogs with nine.
HPCA A 69, FCD 56
HIGH POINT — Hunter Curlee scored 21 points and grabbed 11 rebounds as the High Point Christian A middle school team topped Forsyth Country Day 69-56 on Tuesday.
HPCA led 35-24 at halftime. Lane Boykin added 18 points and seven rebounds for the Cougars (8-8). Josh Beane and Copper Cunningham contributed nine points each.
HPCA playts host to Calvary Baptist on Thursday.
FCD B 36, HPCA 25
HIGH POINT — Forsyth Country Day outlasted High Point Christian in middle school B team basketball Tuesday.
Landon Norris led HPCA with six points. Evan Foster and Graham Dysinger had five each, followed by Zack Krepis with four.
CALDWELL 67, WESTCHESTER A 49
GREENSBORO — Caldwell defeated Westchester 67-49 in the semifinals of the TMAC tournament at the Canterbury School, ending the season for the Wildcats.
Max Johns led Westchester with 24 points. Edward Lindner had nine, followed by Alan Isic fourth and the trio of Zach Greene, Mac Starbuck and Matthew Boggis with three each.
Westchester finishes the season at 10-5.