State meet

Track and field: Everhart, Beane win two regional events

Track and field: Everhart, Beane win two regional events

The stadium at North Carolina A&T will be the site of this week's high school state championships for track and field.  Asheboro, Randleman lead area teams to states CONCORD – Lance Everhart of Asheboro will be entered in three events in the Class 3-A state meet after winning two events and placing second in another in the Class 3-A Midwest Regional on Saturday at Robinson High School. Everhart’s first-place leap of 21 feet, 11 inches in the long jump gave him a 2½-inch margin on Greensboro Dudley’s Keyaun Dow. In the pole vault, Everhart cleared 13-7. The runner-up was Greensboro…
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Prep track and field: Beane, Snotherly, Everhart excel in regionals

Prep track and field: Beane, Snotherly, Everhart excel in regionals

Brecken Snotherly of Eastern Randolph will be in the Class 1-A state meet for track and field this week. (Randolph Record) Gracie Beane of Randleman and Brecken Snotherly of Eastern Randolph were regional individual champions in multiple events in track and field and they’ll lead the contingent of Randolph County entrants into the state meet this week at North Carolina A&T in Greensboro. The Class 1-A and 3-A state meets are Friday. Class 2-A and 4-A compete Saturday. The top four place finishers in each event from regionals qualified for states. Those in the top eight earned team points. Asheboro’s…
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Allred jumps to second in state meet

Allred jumps to second in state meet

Southwestern Randolph's Josie Allred clears the bar in the high jump in the Class 2-A state meet Friday at North Carolina A&T. (PJ Ward-Brown / Randolph Record) GREENSBORO – Senior Josie Allred of Southwestern Randolph was the runner-up in the Class 2-A high jump for girls in Friday’s state championships at North Carolina A&T. Allred cleared the bar at 5 feet, 2 inches – the same height as winner Katarina Kepley of West Davidson along with East Carteret’s Latecyia Johnson and SouthWest Edgecombe’s Jer’Lisha Pridgen. Based on number of attempts, Kepley was the champion. Johnson and Pridgen shared third place.…
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