The Wheatmore volleyball team did exactly what it needed to do to begin its state playoffs on a positive note.
In a season of low points and struggles, Wake Forest hit one of the lowest on Saturday.
The T.W. Andrews football team had its pluses and minuses in falling 25-22 on Friday at Randleman.
A reversal of roles was not kind to High Point Central on Friday night.
Twice Trinity had the ball deep inside Wheatmore territory, and twice the Warrior defense came up with a huge play at the goal line.
Ragsdale’s players heard plenty about how the Tigers were down and Southwest Guilford was up and how this year, nearly 20 seasons worth of frustrations would end for the Cowboys.
Spring was always Daddy’s favorite time of year, but fall is the time I miss him most.
The T.W. Andrews football team built an early lead and clung to it for three quarters. But it – just barely – wasn’t enough.
FRIDAY’S PREP FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD
Trinity 38, Wheatmore 28
East Davidson 7, Thomasville 6
Ragsdale 45, SW Guilford 13
Randleman 25, T.W. Andrews 22
NW Guilford 28, HP Central 17
East Surry 31, Bishop McGuinness 0
East Forsyth 45, Glenn 14
Ledford 42, SW Randolph 20
Southern Guilford 41, Asheboro 34
Friday's prep football roundup
Friday's HPU roundup
Jack Lown headed a pass from Parker Spesock into the goal near the halfway point of the first half and High Point Central made it stand up for a 1-0 Piedmont Triad 4A victory over Ragsdale on Thursday.
There’s no place like home for nine of our area prep football teams this evening.
Clyde Simms accomplished a lot over his soccer career.
The spotlight shines on the head coaches as week 7 of the NFL regular season kicks off this evening.