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April 20, 2019 – ALUMNI NEWS

With two games remaining in the regular season, Ty-Kella Goins (ERHS '16) is leading the nation in doubles in Division II Softball.

Honored as an All-Conference performer in 2017 and 2018, Goins and the Lincoln Memorial University Railsplitters have a South Atlantic Conference doubleheader scheduled for Monday at Catawba College.

Division II softball STATS.


April 19, 2019 – Friday Schedule UPDATED

BASEBALL

7:00 Uwharrie Charter at Gray Stone Day

 COPPERHEAD CLASSIC at McCrary Park

Trinity vs RJ Reynolds - CANCELLED

Eastern Randolph vs N Guilford - CANCELLED

April 18, 2019 – Thursday Results

BASEBALL

 COPPERHEAD CLASSIC at McCrary Park

Spring Valley, WV 10, Eastern Randolph 4

Wheatmore 15, SW Randolph 4

Dawson Payne had 3 hits to lead the Warriors' 13 hit offense. Gabe Hernandez, Zach Crites, Cam Wishon and Travis Hurt had 2 hits each.
Braxton Davis was 2 for 3 for the Cougars.

Asheboro 2, Trinity 1

Trevor Marsh's walk-off home run snapped a two game skid for Asheboro. Marsh had 2 of Asheboro's 5 hits. Tatum Marsh scored the first Blue Comet run.
Six different Bulldogs had base hits with Graham Byrant scoring the single run.

April 17, 2019 – Wednesday Results

LACROSSE

Asheboro 9, Southeast Guilford 8

John Cernava scored 4 goals and set a program record with 73 career goals at Asheboro High School. Brooks Gillespie had 4 goals and an assist which set a new assist record for the Blue Comets. Garrett Harvell scored 1 goal and Steven Roberson recorded 2 assists. Gabe Parks had 13 saves in goal.

BASEBALL

Randleman 5, Providence 1 (Queen City Invitational)

Matt Kemp pitched 5 innings for the win with Dawson Edwards pitching 2 shutout innings in relief. Dawson Edwards had 2 hits for the Tigers who scored 3 of their runs on wild pitches.

 COPPERHEAD CLASSIC at McCrary Park

Lee County 6, Wheatmore 5

Both teams scored 5 runs in the fourth inning but Lee County added another in the sixth and held on for the win.

RJ Reynolds 10, Eastern Randolph 1

Six runs in the top of the seventh inning blew open the game for the Demons.

Spring Valley, WV 6, SW Randolph 3  (9)

Two of the Cougars' three hits and all three runs came in the second inning.

April 16, 2019 – Tuesday Results

BASEBALL

Randleman 14, Nation Ford 5

The Tigers led from the first inning on as Brooks Brannon had 2 hits - including a grand slam; Conner Sterling had 2 hits with a solo home run, 3 rbi and 3 runs scored; and 2 hits each from Ramsey Petty, Owen Strickland and Matt Kemp. Dominick Poole pitched 4 innings for the win.

Uwharrie Charter 20, Gray Stone Day 1

 COPPERHEAD CLASSIC at McCrary Park

Lee County 11, North Moore 3

Providence Grove 16, Knightdale 1

Jackson Jones and Griffin Payne led the Patriots offense. Jones was 3 for 3 (2 doubles, walk, 3 runs, 3 rbi) while Payne was 2 for 2 (walk, 3 runs, 2 rbi).

Spring Valley, WV 15, Asheboro 0

Two hits for Asheboro came off the bats of Tatum Marsh and Brody Watson.

April 15, 2019 – Monday Results

BASEBALL

TC Roberson 12, Randleman 7

Dominick Poole had 3 hits and scored twice for Randleman which also got 2 hits apiece from Conner Sterling (3 run HR), Ramsey Petty (2 doubles, 2 rbi) and Matt Kemp. Six Tiger errors aided TCR's 5 runs in each of the fourth and fifth innings.

Williams 8, Asheboro 6

Asheboro led early but a 7 run third inning by Williams was too much to overcome. Tatum Marsh was 3 for 4 with 2 runs and an rbi for the Blue Comets. Luke Bunting had 2 hits and Scott Goldston had 2 rbi.

 COPPERHEAD CLASSIC at McCrary Park

Lee County 9, Knightdale 1

North Moore 15, Knightdale 5

WOMEN'S SOCCER

Fayetteville Street 0, Vandalia Christian 0


April 12, 2019 – ALUMNI NEWS

Marion Goins (ERHS '18) was named Defensive Softball Player of the Week in the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association last week. This was the second time Goins has won that award as the starting catcher at Claflin University.

MORE from The CIAA online.


April 12, 2019 – Thursday Result

TRACK & FIELD

SWR, SA, WW at Asheboro  - COMPLETE RESULTS

WOMEN

1- 78 Southern Alamance
2- 71 Asheboro
3- 68 Williams
4- 27 SW Randolph

 MEN

1- 102 Asheboro
2- 95 Williams
3- 36 Southern Alamance
4- 35 SW Randolph

April 12, 2019 – Friday Schedule UPDATED 3:00

BASEBALL

7:00 Uwharrie Charter at West Montgomery

Asheboro at Williams - POSTPONED MON 4/15
Randleman at Ledford - CANCELLED

WOMEN'S SOCCER

4:00 Alamance Christian at Faith Christian

SOFTBALL

TW Andrews at Providence Grove - POSTPONED

6:00 Uwharrie Charter at West Montgomery

LACROSSE

Southeast Guilford at Asheboro - POSTPONED WED 4/17


April 11, 2019 – Thursday Results

SOFTBALL

Eastern Randolph 3, Wheatmore 0

SW Randolph 16, Southeast Guilford 1
SW Randolph 12, Williams 0
Randleman 5, Union Pines 2
Union Pines 7, Randleman 6
Asheboro 7, Southern Guilford 5

BASEBALL

Randleman 13, Eastern Randolph 0

A walk-off grand slam by Nick Neal sealed the Tigers win. It was Neal's fourth grand slam of the season. Matt Kemp and Ramsey Petty also hit home runs. Dawson Edwards struck out 6 in five innings of work.
The Wildcats got 4 hits, one each by Nyk Foland, Nate Canter, Jaylen Shepard and Curtis Williams.

Asheboro 4, Southern Guilford 1

Tatum Marsh struck out 9 in 6 and two-thirds innings for the win.

Southeast Guilford 7, SW Randolph 1

Wheatmore 2, Jordan-Matthews 1
South Rowan 12, Uwharrie Charter 2
Trinity 13, TW Andrews 0

WOMEN'S SOCCER

Asheboro 3, Southern Alamance 0

Emma Trotter scored all 3 Blue Comet goals off assists by Reagan Underwood, Grace Roberts and Haylee Kirkman. Angie Pincus had 6 saves in goal.

Sheets Memorial 2, Fayetteville Street 0 (OT)

6:00 Thomasville at Eastern Randolph

MEN'S TENNIS

4:30 Wheatmore at Providence Grove

Gray Stone def. Uwharrie Charter 9-0

TRACK & FIELD

4:30 SWR, WW at Asheboro

THS, RHS at Wheatmore - Complete Results

 WOMEN

1- 88 Wheatmore
2- 70 Randleman
3- 49 Trinity
4- 13 NC Leadership Academy

 MEN

1- 116 Randleman
2- 81 Trinity
3- 35 Wheatmore
4- 20 NC Leadership Academy

MEN'S GOLF

3:30 PG, THS, RHS at Wheatmore

MPC Match at Eastern Guilford

1- 164 Williams

2- 169 Southeast Guilford
3- 173 Asheboro
4- 184 Southern Alamance
5- 212 SW Randolph
6- 221 Eastern Guilford

  LEADERS

1- 37 Sam Davidson (AHS)
2- 38 Garrett Clark (WW)
3- 41 Esmond Chen (SEG)
3- 41 Garrett Staton (SA)
3- 41 Alex George (EG)
3- 41 Garrett Hauk (WW)

From SWR: The Southwestern Randolph Boy's golf team ended it's season today with another victory.  In a match hosted by Eastern Guilford, the Cougars posted a team score of 212.

The match was won by Williams High School with a team score of 164. 

Medalist for the match was Asheboro's, Sam Davidson who shot a 37.  

Playing in ideal weather conditions at Stoney Creek Country Club, several Cougars posted their best
scores of the season.  Ending the season on a positive note and leading the Cougars once again was John McDowell who shot a 44.  Others with the same bright future and contributing to the team score were Justin Gillespie, 52; Logan Walker, 57; and Jordan Reynolds, 59.  Also playing today were Nicholas Cagle, 62; and Tyler Hill, 64.


April 10, 2019 – Wednesday Results

BASEBALL

Jordan-Matthews 3, Wheatmore 1

The Jets scored twice in the first inning then held off the Warriors for the win. Connor Cox had 2 of Wheatmore's 3 hits and the rbi.

Randleman 15, Eastern Randolph 10

A tight game erupted with an 11 run sixth inning for Randleman followed by 7 Wildcat runs in the bottom of the sixth. For the Tigers, Conner Sterling had 4 hits (3 runs), Dominick Poole had 3 hits (2 rbi), Brooks Brannon had 2 hits (3 rbi) and Dawson Edwards recorded 2 hits (3 runs) and picked up the win in relief.
ER got 2 hits each from Nyk Foland (3 rbi), Jayden Shepard (2 rbi) and Cade Snotherly (2 runs).

Providence Grove 15, Southwest Guilford 11

Drew Needham hit 2 home runs (4 rbi) and Levi Adams hit another as part of his 3 hit (6 rbi) night. Zander Smith added 2 Patriots hits as well. Jordan Hodges pitched 2 innings and got the win.

SW Randolph 9, Southern Guilford 4

Blake Marsh earned the win with 4 and two-thirds innings of work. Braxton Davis (HR) and Blaine Powell each had 3 hits for the Cougars.

Asheboro 6, Eastern Guilford 2

Trinity 18, TW Andrews 1

SOFTBALL

Asheboro 9, Eastern Guilford 4

Emma Haywood was 3 for 4 (double, 3 rbi, run) and Sarah Allred was 2 for 2 (rbi) to lead the offense as Jenna Thompson (3 rbi, run), Taylor Hildreth (2 runs, rbi) and Emily LaClair (run) also added 2 hits apiece. Thompson struck out 5 in the win.

Eastern Randolph 11, Chatham Central 2

Savannah Beaver struck out six in the Wildcats win with Courtnee Carter and Olivia Hall each hitting home runs. Leighanna Ward's 3 hits led Eastern Randolph.

Providence Grove 15, Trinity 2

SW Randolph 13, Southern Guilford 3

4:30 TW Andrews at Trinity

WOMEN'S SOCCER

Asheboro 9, Eastern Guilford 0

Trinity 7, Providence Grove 0
SW Randolph 1, Williams 0
South Stanly 4, Uwharrie Charter 2
Jordan-Matthews 4, Randleman 0

LACROSSE

Williams 16, Asheboro 3

MEN'S TENNIS

12:00 MPC Tournament at Asheboro

Providence Grove def. Jordan-Matthews 7-2

April 10, 2019 – ALUMNI NEWS

Anna Thomas (PGHS '18) was named Softball Player of the Week in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference after three multi-hit games last week. At the end of the week Thomas was leading the ODAC with 13 doubles.

MORE from ODAC online.


April 10, 2019 – Wednesday Schedule UPDATED

BASEBALL

6:00 Eastern Guilford at Asheboro

6:00 Trinity at TW Andrews
6:00 Providence Grove at Southwest Guilford
6:00 SW Randolph at Southern Guilford
7:00 Randleman at Eastern Randolph
7:00 Wheatmore at Jordan-Matthews
7:00 Uwharrie Charter at South Rowan

SOFTBALL

4:30 TW Andrews at Trinity

7:00 Providence Grove at Trinity
6:00 Eastern Guilford at Asheboro
6:00 Eastern Randolph at Chatham Central
6:30 SW Randolph at Southern Guilford

WOMEN'S SOCCER

4:30 South Stanly at Uwharrie Charter

6:00 Eastern Guilford at Asheboro
6:00 Providence Grove at Trinity
6:00 Williams at SW Randolph
6:00 Jordan-Matthews at Randleman

LACROSSE

6:00 Asheboro at Williams

MEN'S TENNIS

12:00 MPC Tournament at Asheboro

4:30 Providence Grove at Jordan-Matthews

April 9, 2019 – Tuesday Results

WOMEN'S SOCCER

Wheatmore 1, Trinity 0

6:00 Eastern Guilford at SW Randolph

6:00 Faith Christian at Alamance Christian
6:00 Randleman at Providence Grove
Uwharrie Charter at North Moore- POSTPONED

BASEBALL

Uwharrie Charter 14, W Montgomery 0

4:00 Faith Christian at Alamance Christian

Providence Grove at Grimsley - CANCELLED
Asheboro at Southern Guilford - POSTPONED
Wheatmore at Jordan-Matthews - POSTPONED WED 4/10
Williams at SW Randolph - POSTPONED WED 4/24
Randleman at Eastern Randolph - POSTPONED WED 4/10
Trinity at TW Andrews - POSTPONED WED 4/10

SOFTBALL

Providence Grove 11, Wheatmore 8

6:00 W Montgomery at Uwharrie Charter
6:00 Asheboro at Southern Guilford - POSTPONED
6:00 Trinity at Jordan-Matthews - POSTPONED THU 4/11
Williams at SW Randolph - POSTPONED THU 4/11

MPC Tournament at Alamance Country Club - COMPLETE RESULTS

1- 317 Williams

2- 325 Asheboro
3- 339 Southeast Guilford
4- 358 Southern Alamance
5- 401 SW Randolph
6- 411 Eastern Guilford

  LEADERS

1- 68 Garrett Clark (WW)
2- 71 Sam Davidson (AHS)
3- 74 Zach Green (AHS)
4- 75 Alex George (EG)
4- 75 Garrett Hauk (WW)

From SWR: The Southwest Randolph Boy's golf team posted it's second and third win of the season today.  They beat Eastern Guilford in the conference tournament at Alamance Country Club with a team score of 401.

The tournament was won by Williams High School. 

Medalist for the match was Garrett Clark of Williams with a score of 68.  Second place overall was Sam Davidson of Asheboro with a 71.

This was an 18 hole match played under extreme wet conditions. Despite these obstacles and having never played the back nine, the Cougars posted multiple individual best scores. Led by John McDowell with a front nine 43 and a back nine 45 for a total of 88, the Cougars were once again able to defeat Eastern Guilford.  Contributing to this team score were Tyler Hill, 51/51=102; Jordan Reynolds, 54/49=103; and Nicholas Cagle, 53/55=108.

Other Cougar scores were Justin Gillespie, 56/56=112; and Logan Walker, 60/64=124.   The Cougars will play again on Thursday, April 11 at Stoney Creek Golf Club in a conference match hosted by Eastern Guilford.

MEN'S TENNIS

4:30 Trinity at Wheatmore

LACROSSE

Asheboro 5, Western Alamance 4  (OT)

John Cernava scored twice, including the game winner in overtime, for Asheboro which also got 2 goals from Brooks Gillespie and another by Mardicia Lowrey. Comaggio Brady had an assist. The defense was led by Jonah Hydzik and Thomas Gawf, and by Gabe Parks who had 10 saves in goal.


April 8, 2019 – Monday Schedule

SOFTBALL

Eastern Guilford at Asheboro - POSTPONED - WED 4/10

Southern Alamance at Eastern Randolph - POSTPONED

WOMEN'S SOCCER

6:00 Eastern Randolph at Jordan-Matthews

6:00 Uwharrie Charter at North Rowan
Southern Alamance at Asheboro - POSTPONED THU 4/11
Eastern Guilford at SW Randolph - POSTPONED TUE 4/9
Randleman at Providence Grove - POSTPONED TUE 4/9
Trinity at Wheatmore - POSTPONED TUE 4/9

BASEBALL

Eastern Guilford at Asheboro - POSTPONED

Wheatmore at Williams - POSTPONED
Providence Grove at Grimsley - POSTPONED TUE 4/9

MEN'S GOLF

12:00 Yadkin Valley Tournament at Piney Point

2:00 Faith Christian at Gospel Light
AHS, SWR at Eastern Guilford - POSTPONED THU 4/11

MEN'S TENNIS

Jordan-Matthews at Wheatmore - POSTPONED


April 6, 2019 – Saturday Results

TRACK & FIELD

Trinity at Southern Lee Invitational - COMPLETE RESULTS

Trinity Track & Field teams competed in the Pepsi Invitational at Southern Lee High School Saturday along with 19 other women's teams and 17 other men's teams.

Burlington Cummings women and Southern Lee men won the team competitions with the Bulldogs placing 16th in the women's standings and the mens team finishing 13th.

Standout performances included Jessica McQueen finishing 3rd in the 100 and 400 meter races, and 4th in the 200 meter dash.

Kaitlyn Sessions placed in the top 20 in both discus and shot put.

Omer Jamil finished top 20 in both 1600 and 3200 meter runs.

The Men's 4x800 meter relay team finished 4th.

In men's high jump Colby Short and Austin Shelar placed 5th and 6th.


April 6, 2019 TRACK & FIELD - From Thursday

PAC 7 Meet (THS, TWA) at Randleman - COMPLETE RESULTS

  WOMEN

1- 66 Randleman
2- 45 Trinity
2- 45 TW Andrews

 MEN

1- 93.5 Randleman
2- 54.5 Trinity
3- 27 TW Andrews

April 5, 2019 – Friday Schedule - UPDATED 1:00

SOFTBALL

6:00 TW Andrews at Eastern Randolph

Eastern Guilford at Asheboro - POSTPONED MON 4/8
SW Randolph at Southern Guilford - POSTPONED WED 4/10
Providence Grove at Trinity - POSTPONED WED 4/10

WOMEN'S SOCCER

3:00 Gospel Light at Faith Christian

BASEBALL

5:30 Gospel Light at Faith Christian

North Moore at Uwharrie Charter - POSTPONED 4/18
Eastern Guilford at Asheboro - POSTPONED MON 4/8
SW Randolph at Southern Guilford - POSTPONED WED 4/10

LACROSSE

Asheboro at Williams - POSTPONED WED 4/10


April 4, 2019 – Thursday Results

BASEBALL

SW Randolph 12, Providence Grove 9

Braxton Davis had 3 hits with 3 rbi and 2 runs scored to lead the Cougars offensively. Blake Marsh and Kevin Newlin added 2 hits apiece. Carson Clapp got the win in relief.
A grand slam by Jordan Hodges gave the Patriots an 8-3 lead in the fourth inning. Hodges' 2 hits and 5 rbi led the PG offense.

Randleman 16, Trinity 2

Owen Strickland had 3 hits (3 rbi), Nick Neal was 2 for 2 (3 run HR) and Ramsey Petty hit 2 doubles with 4 rbi for the Tigers.

Wheatmore 8, Eastern Randolph 4

Conner Cox pitched 6 and 2-thirds innings for the win. Cox, Gabe Hernandez and Nick Halo recorded 2 hits each for Wheatmore.
Nate Canter's 2 for 3 night led the Wildcats offense.

Uwharrie Charter 13, North Moore 0

SOFTBALL

Randleman 8, Providence Grove 0

Home runs by Aaliyah Ratcliffe and Sarah Rice led Randleman's offense with Ratcliffe recording 3 hits with 3 runs scored and 2 rbi. Rice went the distance, striking out 10 in the win.
Makenna Sibbett was 2 for 3 at the plate for Providence Grove with 2 doubles. Maddie Hunt also had 2 hits for PG.

Eastern Randolph 3, Jordan-Matthews 0

Savannah Beaver gave up 1 hit with 7 strike outs in 7 innings of work. Olivia Hall, Courtnee Carter and Kelsey Craven had 2 hits each for the Wildcats.

Southern Alamance 5, Asheboro 1

Glenn 10, Wheatmore 3
Uwharrie Charter 13, South Davidson 0
Uwharrie Charter 16, South Davidson 1
Page 8, Trinity 6

WOMEN'S SOCCER

Trinity 4, Oak Grove 0

Asheboro 5, Williams 1

MEN'S GOLF

MPC Match at SW Randolph

1- 158 Williams

2- 168 Asheboro
3- 178 Southern Alamance
4- 183 Southeast Guilford
5- 215 SW Randolph
6- 231 Eastern Guilford

  LEADERS

1- 36 Garrett Hauk (WW)
2- 37 Garrett Hawks (WW)
3- 39 Sam Davidson (AHS)
3- 39 Zach Green (AHS)
5- 40 Ellis Hawks (WW)
6- 43 Hogan Kohl (SEG)
6- 43 Luke Burnette (SA)
8- 44 Ethan Moore (SA)

From SWR: Southwestern Randolph Boys Golf hosted a conference tournament today and recorded it's first conference victory over Eastern Guilford.  The match was played at Tot Hill Farm Country Club and the Cougars finished 5th overall but beat Eastern Guilford by 16 strokes. 

Walter M. Williams High School won the match with Asheboro finishing second. Medalist for the match was Garrett Hauk from Williams who shot a 36. 

The Cougars were led once again by John McDowell who shot a 49. Cougar team mates Jordan Reynolds-53; Tyler Hill-53; Justin Gillespie-60 combined with John's 49 to shoot a team score of 215.  Logan Walker shot a 66 and NIcholas Cagle shot a 67. 

The Cougars next match will be Monday, April 8 at Stony Creek Country Club. 

2:00 Faith Christian at Vandalia Christian

4:00 THS, RHS, PG, WHS at Eastern Randolph

TRACK & FIELD

4:30 THS, TWA at Randleman

PAC 7 Meet (ER, JM, PG) at Wheatmore - COMPLETE RESULTS

  WOMEN

1- 66 Wheatmore
2- 65 Providence Grove
3- 44 Jordan-Matthews
4- 34 Eastern Randolph

  MEN

1- 79 Providence Grove
2- 74 Eastern Randolph
3- 65 Jordan-Matthews
4- 29 Wheatmore

From WHS: Wheatmore track & field hosted Providence Grove, Eastern Randolph, and Jordan Matthews on Thursday.  The Wheatmore girls finished 1st while the boys finished 4th.

Outstanding Performances:

   - Rosie Langendorfer finished 2nd in the 100 and 300 meter hurdles.
   - Neva Hippert finished 1st in the 800 meter run and pole vault and 2nd in the 100 meter dash and long jump.
   - The girls' 4x200 relay finished first (Emma Atwell, Rosie Langendorfer, Madelyn McQuaigue, Erin Lambeth)
   - The boys' 4x200 relay finished first (Andrew Earnhardt, Jonathan Fuentes, Christian Tate, Caleb Gundaker)
   - Morgan Cunha finished 2nd in the 800 meter run and 1st in the 1600 meter run set a new school record with her time of 6:09.
   - Madelyn McQuaigue finished 2nd in the 400 meter dash.
   - Caleb Gundaker finished 2nd in the 400 meter dash.
   - The girls 4x400 relay finished 1st (Emma Atwell, Madelyn McQuaigue, Erin Lambeth, Lillian Church)
   - Erin Lambeth finished 2nd in triple jump.
   - Alex Trexler finished 1st in shot and discus and set a new school record with his discus throw of 130 feet, 9 inches.

MEN'S TENNIS

4:30 Western Guilford at Asheboro

4:30 Providence Grove at Trinity

April 3, 2019 – Wednesday Results

WOMEN'S SOCCER

Asheboro 2, Southeast Guilford 1

Emma Trotter scored both Asheboro goals off assists from Reagan Underwood and Lynsey Hill. Angie Pincus had 6 saves in goal.

Southern Alamance 9, SW Randolph 0

Wheatmore 6, Randleman 1
HP Central 1, Trinity 0
4:30 Albemarle at Uwharrie Charter
6:00 Providence Grove at Eastern Randolph

BASEBALL

Wheatmore 4, Eastern Randolph 2

The Warriors recorded 7 hits and scored the last 3 runs of the game for the come-from-behind conference win. Nick Halo and Cam Wishon had 2 hits each. Gabe Hernandez got the win while Halo earned the save.
Cade Snotherly, Nyk Foland, Jayden Shepard and Avery Jones each had hits for the Wildcats.

North Davidson 7, Randleman 3  (13)

North Davidson scored 4 runs in the top of the 13th inning in non-conference baseball.
Dominick Poole had 3 hits with an rbi and pitched 6 scoreless innings in relief for the Tigers.

SW Randolph 7, Eastern Guilford 6

Trailing 6-2, the Cougars scored 5 runs in the top of the seventh inning and held on for the conference win. Carson Clapp drew a bases loaded walk to drive in the go-ahead run. Clapp also earned the win with 1 and 2-thirds innings of work.

Providence Grove 17, TW Andrews 0

Providence Grove 8, TW Andrews 0
Southern Alamance 5, Asheboro 3
Uwharrie Charter 12, South Davidson 2

SOFTBALL

Asheboro 18, Williams 6

Jenna Thompson (5 hits, 2 rbi), Emily LaClair (3 hits 4 rbi) and Sydney Cox (3 hits 2 rbi) led the Asheboro offense. Taylor Hildreth pitched 5 innings and got the win.

Wheatmore 6, Trinity 2

SW Randolph 10, Eastern Guilford 2
Randleman 7, Jordan-Matthews 3
Eastern Randolph 11, Southeast Guilford 1
Southern Alamance 5, Providence Grove 4  (9)

LACROSSE

Southern Alamance 11, Asheboro 9

MEN'S TENNIS

SW Randolph def. Asheboro 7-2

SWR winners: Wes Koehler, Dylan Sweet, Ben Cross, Braylen Beason, Alex Mercado, Koehler & Cross, Sweet & Beason.

4:30 Randleman at Trinity

4:30 North Stanly at Uwharrie Charter

MEN'S GOLF

3:00 Uwharrie Charter at North Rowan

Eastern Randolph def. SW Randolph 204-213

From SWR: The Southwestern Randolph boy's golf team hosted a non-conference match against
Eastern Randolph.The match was played at Tot Hill Farm Country Club with almost perfect weather for golf, finally!

The match was won by Eastern Randolph with a team score of 204 and were led by match medalist, Wyatt Wright who carded a 45.

The Cougars were led by John McDowell who shot a 52. Also contributing to the team score of 213, were Jordan Reynolds, 53; Tyler Hill, 53; and Justin Gillespie, 55.
Other Cougar scores were Nicholas Cagle, 57 and Logan Walker, 59.

The Cougars next match will be tomorrow, April 4th, at Tot Hill Farm. This will be a conference match and tee time is 4:00.


April 2, 2019 – Tuesday Schedule UPDATED 5:15 PM

SOFTBALL

6:00 Uwharrie Charter at North Moore

Eastern Randolph at Jordan-Matthews - POSTPONED THU 4/4
Asheboro at Southern Alamance - POSTPONED THU 4/4
SW Randolph at Eastern Guilford - POSTPONED WED 4/3
Trinity at Wheatmore - POSTPONED WED 4/3

WOMEN'S SOCCER

4:00 Faith Christian at Union Grove

6:00 Eastern Randolph at Southeast Guilford

BASEBALL

7:00 Uwharrie Charter at North Moore

Southern Alamance at Asheboro - POSTPONED WED 4/3
Providence Grove at TW Andrews - POSTPONED WED 4/3
SW Randolph at Eastern Guilford - POSTPONED WED 4/3
Wheatmore at Eastern Randolph - POSTPONED WED 4/3

LACROSSE

Southern Alamance at Asheboro - POSTPONED WED 4/3

TRACK & FIELD

4:30 AHS, SWR, SG at Williams

MEN'S TENNIS

Wheatmore at Providence Grove - POSTPONED 4/11

MEN'S GOLF

3:00 North Moore at Uwharrie Charter

Eastern Randolph at SW Randolph - POSTPONED WED 4/3

April 1, 2019 – Monday Results

BASEBALL

Faith Christian 10, Vandalia 9

Lee County 5, Asheboro 4

Randleman 9, Trinity 1

Matt Kemp struck out 7 and earned the win. Kemp also drove in 2 runs with 3 hits for the Tigers. Brooks Brannon and Jake Johnson had 2 hits apiece.
Ethan Stepp drove in Connor Stanley for the Trinity run and 6 different Bulldogs recorded 1 hit each.

SOFTBALL

Wheatmore 11, Southeast Guilford 9

WOMEN'S SOCCER

Trinity 4, Eastern Randolph 0

Southeast Guilford 4, SW Randolph 1
Faith Christian 2, Vandalia 0
Jordan-Matthews 8, Providence Grove 2

MEN'S TENNIS

Williams def. Asheboro 8-1

Trinity def. Jordan-Matthews 9-0
South Stanly def. Uwharrie Charter 7-2

MEN'S GOLF

MPC Match at Southern Alamance

1- 153 Williams

2- 158 Asheboro
3- 174 Southeast Guilford
4- 177 Southern Alamance
5- 213 Eastern Guilford
6- 217 SW Randolph

LEADERS

1- 34 Garrett Clark (WW)
2- 36 Alex George (EG)
3- 37 Zach Green (AHS)
3- 37 Ellis Hawks (WW)
5- 38 Garrett Haus (WW)
6- 40 Sam Davidson (AHS)
6- 40 David Appel (AHS)
8- 41 Caleb Green (AHS)
8- 41 Luke Burnette (SA)
8- 41 Hogan Kohl (SEG)

From SWR: The Cougars were led once again by John McDowell who shot a 50 in chilly, windy conditions.  Also contributing to the Cougars team score of 217 was Tyler Hill, 54; Nicholas Cagle, 56; and Jordan Reynolds, 57.  Other Cougar scores were Justin Gillespie, 64 and Logan Walker, a 69.

3:30 Uwharrie Charter at Gray Stone Day

4:30 RHS, WHS, THS at Jordan-Matthews


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