Elijah Woodle

Here are Asheboro’s Mid-Piedmont Conference all-conference selections from winter sports

Here are Asheboro’s Mid-Piedmont Conference all-conference selections from winter sports

Asheboro’s Jerquarius Stanback, here dunking against Oak Grove, was named Player of the Year for boys’ basketball in the Mid-Piedmont Conference. (PJ Ward-Brown/Randolph Record) Here’s a list of the Mid-Piedmont Conference’s major award winners plus Asheboro’s all-conference selections for winter sports: Boys’ basketball Player of the Year: Jerquarius Stanback (Asheboro) Defensive Player of the Year: Kamauri Manuel (North Davidson) Coach of the Year: Dustin Tysinger (Central Davidson) Asheboro: Jerquarius Stanback, Camden Walker, Elijah Woodle   Girls’ basketball Player of the Year: Trista Charles (Oak Grove) Co-Defensive Players of the Year: Cora Hadley (Oak Grove), Keelan Moore (North Davidson) Coach of the Year:…
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Prep boys: Blue Comets take momentum to league tourney

Prep boys: Blue Comets take momentum to league tourney

Asheboro’s Jerquarius Stanback had another big week on offense heading into the Mid-Piedmont Conference Tournament. (Randolph Record file photo) ASHEBORO – Asheboro’s boys’ basketball team carries a five-game winning streak into the Mid-Piedmont Conference Tournament. And the Blue Comets won’t have to leave home this week because the pre-determined site for semifinals and finals is Asheboro’s gym. Asheboro (20-3) had one of two byes to the semifinals. The Blue Comets play the winner between sixth-seeded Montgomery Central and third-seeded North Davidson at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. The final is set for the same time Friday night. Central Davidson is the top…
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Prep Football: Eastern Randolph, Randleman post shutouts

Prep Football: Eastern Randolph, Randleman post shutouts

Randleman quarterback John Kirkpatrick picks up yards on a run as Southwestern Randolph’s Chris Leon-Avalos, left, and Caleb Shelton pursue him during Friday night’s game. (Scott Pelkey/Randolph Record) RAMSEUR – Lucas Smith ran for four touchdowns and Eastern Randolph registered its fourth consecutive shutout as the host Wildcats blew out neighboring Providence Grove 47-0 in a Piedmont Athletic Conference football game Friday night. The Wildcats (7-1 overall, 3-0 PAC) built a 28-0 halftime lead on the way to their seventh consecutive victory. Carter Revelle threw for two touchdowns, racking up 155 yards on 10-for-13 passing. Rayden West and Nicah Taylor…
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Prep football: Cougars’ Ellis runs past Asheboro; Eastern Randolph adds to streak

Prep football: Cougars’ Ellis runs past Asheboro; Eastern Randolph adds to streak

Southwestern Randolph’s Nathan Ellis runs away from Asheboro’s Luke Hughes, left, and Lance Everhart for a touchdown Friday night. (PJ Ward-Brown/Randolph Record) ASHEBORO – Southwestern Randolph got back in the groove in a hurry a week after its first slip-up of the season. The Cougars benefitted from five touchdown runs from Nathan Ellis in Friday night’s 32-13 football victory at Asheboro. Three Southwestern Randolph players rushed for 80 or more yards and that type of ball control kept Asheboro (1-4) off balance in the final non-conference game for both teams. Until the Cougars won at Lee J. Stone Stadium in…
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