Strong season ends for Randleman boys

Randleman’s Greg Price goes up for a shot against Salisbury in Friday night’s Class 2-A West Region semifinal. (PJ Ward-Brown/Randolph Record)

SALISBURY – The season ended for Randleman’s boys’ basketball team with Friday night’s 78-56 loss at Salisbury in the Class 2-A West Region semifinal.

Juke Harris, a Wake Forest signee, poured in 34 points for Salisbury, which won its 20th consecutive game.

Sixth-seeded Randleman (23-6), the regular-season and tournament champion in the Piedmont Athletic Conference, received 22 points from Tyshaun Goldston and 14 points from Connor Cassidy.

The Hornets reversed Randleman’s 13-10 lead by going ahead 30-22 by halftime.

Salisbury (27-3) takes on top-seeded Reidsville (27-0) in the regional final Wednesday night in Winston-Salem. The state championship Saturday will include the winner of the East Region final between Farmville Central and Goldsboro.

By Randolph Record