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Asheboro’s Carlos Gonzalez and Hickory’s Jacob Cisneros(4) go up for a header during their state finals match on Monday. Asheboro lost a heartbreaker, 2-1.  Photo by Eric Abernethy / Randolph Hub

Basketball, wrestling seasons begin

Mike Duprez

Randolph Hub

 

BASKETBALL

 

*Eastern Randolph two-sport star Brecken Snotherly committed to play basketball for East Tennessee State. The 5-foot-10 senior averaged 20.5 points, 8.1 rebounds as a junior while making all-conference.

 

Snotherly, who also runs cross country, averaged 18 points as a freshman. She transferred to Winston-Salem Christian during her sophomore year and averaged 12 points a game. Snotherly returned to Eastern Randolph as a junior.

 

*Autumn Gentry scored 22 points and grabbed 6 rebounds in Trinity’s 50-36 win over Southern Guilford. Kennedy Jackson had 17 points and 5 rebounds.

 

*Elizabeth York scored 27 points and had 8 assists in Randleman’s 73-58 victory over Lexington. Gracyn Hall and Audra Petty each had 16 points.

 

*Tyshaun Goldston led a balanced attack with 19 points as the Randleman men beat Lexington, 72-54. Christian Long and Greg Price each had 17 points.

 

WRESTLING

 

*Bearik Bigelow, Xavier Santos and Sammy Salinas all posted 3-0 marks as Asheboro went 2-1 in a quad — defeating East Gaston and West Charlotte while losing to Bandys. Diego Gutierrez, Alex Patino, David Curtis, Dylan Diaz, Michael Brady, Marvin Tucker, Eddie Soto and Matthew Perdue were all 2-1 for the Blue Comets.

 

Gutierrez and Perdue were both 5-0 in the Forbush Duals. Christian Diaz, Xavier Santos, Alexander Patino, Bigelow and Soto were all 4-1.

 

*Southwestern Randolph swept a tri-match, defeating Oak Grove and West Davidson. Luke White, Tristan Richardson, Jose Flores, Nathan Russell and Michael Jaimes were all 2-0.

 

Janaksel Perez, Daniel Nunez, Mason Leonard, David Morales, Russell, Richardson, Jaimes and White won in Southwestern Randolph’s 43-30 win over South Stanly.
 

*Ethan Hines, Christopher Wise, Aiden Allred, Jack McArthur, Aldo Hernandez, Lorenzo Austin, Jair Ulloa, Carson Robinson, Grayson Roberts, Jaden Maness, Corbin Grissom, Caden Bond and Devonte Harrison all went 2-0 as Uwharrie Charter dominated a tri-match with N.C. Leadership Academy and East Davidson.