Randleman athletics

PAC boys: Tigers take tournament title

PAC boys: Tigers take tournament title

Tyshaun Goldston had a big role in Randleman's PAC Tournament games. (Randolph Record file photo) RANDLEMAN – Randleman kept getting better in the Piedmont Athletic Conference Tournament championship game for boys’ basketball. That’s much how the season has gone as a whole for the Tigers. Tyshaun Goldston poured in 34 points and top-seeded Randleman defeated second-seeded Trinity 69-47 in Friday night’s title game. Jirah Price had 12 points and Chase Farlow notched nine points to help the Tigers (20-5) avenge a loss from their regular-season finale. Randleman led 23-19 at halftime, then produced 23 points in each of the final…
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PAC girls: Randleman rules again, captures tourney   

PAC girls: Randleman rules again, captures tourney  

RANDLEMAN – Randleman tightened its stronghold on Piedmont Athletic Conference girls’ basketball. The Tigers won the PAC Tournament for the third year in a row. Friday night’s home victory against second-seeded Southwestern Randolph came with Chenleigh Robinson tallying 19 points and Audra Petty providing 17 points. Southwestern Randolph (23-4) received 14 points from Jordin George and nine points from Macy Allred. The Cougars are 0-3 vs. Randleman this season. Randleman has gone three consecutive seasons without a loss in PAC competition. The Tigers won tournament finals the past two seasons by defeating UCA and Eastern Randolph in the championship games.…
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Prep boys: Randleman, Eastern Randolph, Asheboro look to build off big weeks

Prep boys: Randleman, Eastern Randolph, Asheboro look to build off big weeks

Eastern Randolph’s Julian Brooks goes up for a shot against Southwestern Randolph’s Nathan Ellis last week in Ramseur. (PJ Ward-Brown/Randolph Record) Randleman’s boys’ basketball team clinched the Piedmont Athletic Conference regular-season championship with a couple of convincing victories last week. Heading into this week with an 18-4 overall record and 11-0 mark in PAC play, the Tigers could sew up a perfect league mark by winning Tuesday night’s finale against visiting Trinity. Randleman’s 69-50 victory against host Uwharrie Charter Academy came with 18 points apiece from Tyshaun Goldston and Greg Price. The Tigers finished the week with an 84-58 romp…
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Prep girls: Randleman Tigers look to keep PAC supremacy

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.…
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Randleman duo pins down tourney titles

Randleman duo pins down tourney titles

Randleman’s Alex Raymundo, left, and Kolby Garner were champions in the Eagle Invitational. (Bob Sutton/Randolph Record) MEBANE – Two Randleman wrestlers were champions in the Eagle Invitational, a two-day event that ended Saturday at the Mebane Arts & Community Center. Alex Raymundo and Kolby Garner collected the individual titles. “They just wrestled tough,” Randleman coach Andrew Molina said. “I think it being two days was good for them, and getting pins helped.” Raymundo, a 106-pound sophomore, pinned Carson Giannotti of Southern Alamance in 4:35 of the final after an earlier pin and decision. “Just went hard and wrestled,” Raymundo said.…
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Randleman linebacker looks to shine in N.C. East-West All-Star Game

Randleman linebacker looks to shine in N.C. East-West All-Star Game

Randleman linebacker Thomas Dobias tackles Providence Grove quarterback James Ellis. (Randolph Record)   RANDLEMAN – Randleman senior Thomas Dobias is excited for the chance to put a finishing touch on his high school football career. He hopes that helps lead to other opportunities on the gridiron. Dobias, a linebacker, will play in the North Carolina East-West All-Star Game on Sunday afternoon in Greensboro. “I definitely want to play college football,” Dobias said. “I think this is going to help me.” New for the 2023-24 school year, the North Carolina Coaches Association has moved the game from the mid-July spot to…
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Prep Roundup: Trinity’s Payne puts up big points

Some big scoring outputs were highlights in last week’s limited high school basketball schedule. The biggest of those came in a boys’ game. Dominic Payne of Trinity poured in 53 points in a 78-72 loss at Southern Guilford. That came one night after Payne’s 44 points in a 77-41 whipping of host East Davidson. Asheboro’s Jerquarius Stanback posted 25 points in a 53-39 road victory at Providence Grove. Stanback then raked up 29 points when the Blue Comets defeated Westchester Country Day School 79-60 on Friday in High Point. On the girls’ side, Providence Grove needed overtime to edge Asheboro…
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ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Edison Hernandez

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Edison Hernandez

Randleman, football The senior running back ran for more than 1,000 yards for the Tigers. He was a big contributor to a high-powered offense. Hernandez reached the 100-yard mark on the ground in half of the team’s 12 games. He scored touchdowns on 13 rushes. Hernandez was the man running threat for the Tigers with no other player on the team reaching the 200-yard mark for the season. Randleman finished the season with a 10-2 record.
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ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Christian Garcia

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Christian Garcia

Randleman, boys’ soccer Garcia has been among the leading scorers for the Tigers during their breakthrough season. The Tigers averaged five goals per game during three victories last week. Garcia scored in each of those games for a total of five goals for the week. Garcia is among a group of seniors who’ve helped Randleman rack up a 15-6 record through last week. Before this year, the Tigers had five consecutive seasons without a double-figure win total.
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Prep football: Eastern Randolph, Randleman, Providence Grove win league openers

Prep football: Eastern Randolph, Randleman, Providence Grove win league openers

Providence Grove’s Logan Fox runs the ball against Trinity’s Jason Brown on Friday night. (PJ Ward-Brown/Randolph Record) RAMSEUR – Nicah Taylor returned two interceptions for touchdowns and two-time defending Piedmont Athletic Conference champion Eastern Randolph flexed in its league opener by shredding visiting Southwestern Randolph 41-0 on Friday night. The Wildcats (5-1) also returned a blocked punt for a touchdown. Quarterback Carter Revelle ran for a touchdown from 16 yards out to begin the scoring. Lucas Smith had a 5-yard touchdown run to complete a short drive after a special teams miscue by Southwestern Randolph late in the first quarter.…
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