Randleman, boys’ basketball
Price has been one of the main forces behind Randleman’s strong season. The Tigers entered the week with a 14-4 record, just one victory away from last season’s win total and in position to improve from last season’s fourth-place spot in the Piedmont Athletic Conference.
Price, a guard, is the only senior among the main rotation of players for the Tigers.
He’s averaging 13.5 points per game, ranking second on the team. He’s first on the Randleman team with 2.5 assists per game and third in rebounding with 4.2 per outing.
Price had 24 points in the overtime conquest of host Trinity in a PAC showdown and followed that with 13 points in a home victory at Wheatmore.
He was an All-PAC selection last season. He also is a two-time All-PAC football player.
The Tigers, whose lone remaining home game on the schedule is set for Feb. 13 vs. Trinity, pushed their winning streak to a season-high six games by winning twice last week in the PAC.