Prep girls: Randleman Tigers look to keep PAC supremacy

Home victory vs. Southwestern Randolph keeps record perfect in league play

RANDLEMAN – Looks like there’s going to be hesitation if there’s a changing of the guard in Piedmont Athletic Conference girls’ basketball.

Randleman, which has ruled the league in recent seasons, is the lone undefeated team in PAC play entering this week.

Yet it sure looked like an upset when the host Tigers defeated Southwestern Randolph.

Audra Petty scored 15 points and Chenleigh Robinson had 11 points when Randleman won 47-41 on Friday night.

Jordin George posted 13 points for Southwestern Randolph, which had an 11-game winning streak snapped.

This came just a week after the Cougars won a holiday tournament in Asheboro, with Randleman in fifth place in the same event.

** Kynnedi Routh supplied 22 points in Wheatmore’s 46-32 road victory against Eastern Randolph.

Eastern Randolph’s Kenly Whitaker had 17 points a game after knocking in 18 points in a 49-38 loss at Asheboro.

** Uwharrie Charter Academy had 12 players in the scoring column in a 49-21 road victory against Trinity.

By Randolph Record