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Hayes ready for challenge at Providence Grove

Hayes ready for challenge at Providence Grove

School’s new football coach is Trinity alum CLIMAX – David Hayes has been around high school football teams for more than a decade as an assistant coach. Now it’s something different. He’ll be a head coach. Providence Grove hired Hayes, who has close ties to a couple of other schools in Randolph County, as its next football coach. “I feel like I was ready to take an opportunity like this,” Hayes said. Hayes takes the vacancy left when Calvin Brown departed to become Asheboro’s coach. Most recently, Hayes has been an assistant coach and physical education teacher at Thomasville, which…
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At Trinity, they can call it ‘Tim’s Gym’

At Trinity, they can call it ‘Tim’s Gym’

Trinity’s Tim Kelly poses outside the gym named in his honor. (PJ Ward-Brown/Randolph Record) School names gym after longtime, championship coach TRINITY – When Tim Kelly took the job as Trinity’s boys’ basketball coach, he didn’t intend for it to be a career-long passion. Now he’ll be connected to the Bulldogs forever. The school’s gym was named in his honor this week – Tim Kelly Gym. Kelly is in his 33rd season leading the team. This stint began as a means to appease his wife. “I came to this area because she wanted to move over here closer to her…
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ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Spencer May

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Spencer May

Trinity | wrestling In this match from last season, Trinity’s Spencer May works over Riley Shaw of West Wilkes in a 113-pound bout. (Randolph Record file photo) May claimed tournament titles on back-to-back weekends. He won on his home mats Dec. 10 on his way to winning the Most Outstanding Wrestler award in the Trinity Invitational. In capturing the 120-pound division, May recorded pins in the quarterfinals and semifinals. In a high-level matchup in the final against Asheboro’s Xavier Santos, May prevailed with a 10-7 decision. May, a junior, followed that performance by winning the title this past weekend's Porter Ridge…
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Randolph Board of Education approves SRO contracts for additional elementary school support

Randolph Board of Education approves SRO contracts for additional elementary school support

ASHEBORO — The Randolph County Schools Board of Education met Monday, November 21, where they were given an update on SRO contracts, school improvement plans, and a potential calendar plan for future school years. The board was given an update on the school system’s new SRO contracts.   “It’s been in the works for a while to add some SRO presence at the elementary schools,” said Superintendent Stephen Gainey. “We wanted to make sure we could get the officers trained and recruited, and that was handled by the Sheriff’s Department. Just the need to have some presence there. Right now,…
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