Area grads head to various colleges for sports

Khyland Hadley-Lindsay of Asheboro intends to play basketball in college. (PJ Ward-Brown/Randolph Record)

Here’s where some members of the Class of 2022 intend on playing on college:

From Asheboro: Khyland Hadley-Lindsay and Tramir Martin are set to play basketball for Pfeiffer. Hadley-Lindsay was Asheboro’s starting quarterback for the football team.

Charles Perry IV decided to play football for Averett. Alexander Spruill is heading to Methodist to play football.

Boys’ soccer players Alex Cruz and Irving Velazquez-Luna will go to Carolina University in Winston-Salem.

From Eastern Randolph: Softball player Charlise Phillips selected Guilford College.

From Providence Grove: Edi Austin, a standout in softball, is going to Louisburg College, a two-year school.

Zane Caudle, who was the Player of the Year for the Piedmont Athletic Conference in boys’ basketball, is going to Brevard.

From Randleman: Lineman Jann Ortiz is going to Guilford College for football.

From Southwestern Randolph: Payton Shiflet of the Class 2-A state championship volleyball team is going to Greensboro College. She was a conference Player of the Year or co-Player of the Year each of the past two season.

From Trinity: Michael Connelly announced that he would go to High Point to participate in track and field. He was the PAC champion in the 110-meter hurdles this year.

From Wheatmore: Baseball player Rylan Smith picked Guilford College.

Bryson Coltrane, also a wrestler and track and field participant, is slated to join the Catawba College football team. He’s a lineman.

By Bob Sutton