Providence Grove’s Johnathon Ortega, left, and Uwharrie Charter Academy’s Carlos Parroquin battle for the ball during a boys’ soccer game last week. (PJ Ward-Brown/Randolph Record)
ARCHDALE — Salem Lee of Asheboro won last week’s Mid-Piedmont Conference championship in girls’ golf.
Lee shot 73 in the final conference competition at Holly Ridge Golf Links. Asheboro was the team runner-up.
Golf regionals are set to be contested early this week. The state tournament is next week.
At Trinity, Uwharrie Charter Academy won girls’ and boys’ meets in the Piedmont Athletic Conference last week on Wheatmore’s course among some top teams.
Abbie Gudino of UCA was the individual winner in the girls’ race in 25 minutes, 37 seconds across the 3.1-mile course. Teammate Jazmin Palma was second in 25:38.
Third place went to Southwestern Randolph’s Sadie Mabe in 27:05, followed by UCA’s Alyssa Ramusson (27:21) and Wheatmore’s Allison Hill (27:52).
In the boys’ race, Zach Hazelwood of Wheatmore was the winner in 18:59 for an overwhelming victory. UCA’s Chris White was second in 21:09. The top five als included Southwestern Randolph’s Austin McMahan (22:13), UCA’s Ethan Kinney (23:59) and UCA’s Kamrin Hussey (24:02).
At Biscoe, Asheboro’s Seth Hydzik placed fourth in a conference meet last week.
Hydzik completed the 3.1-mile course in 19:24.66. That put him about 65 seconds off the winning pace set by Grayson Byrd of North Davidson.
Also in the boys’ race, Asheboro had the Nos. 10-13 finishers with Hunter Wilson (23:22.00), Jacob Leveille (23:22.72), John Hunsucker (23:49.09) and Nicolas Garcia (23:53.00).
Montgomery Central was the team winner, followed by North Davidson and Asheboro.
In the girls’ race, the first 12 finishers were from North Davidson. Asheboro’s Carlisle Dozer was 16th in 32:22.11. Emma Redding was next at 33:22.85. They were the only entrants for the Blue Comets.