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Asheboro’s Jaquarious Stanback reaches to block the shot of Central Davidson’s Luke Staten. AHS fell in overtime on Jan. 10. Stanback had 26 points in the loss.    Eric Abernathy/Randolph Hub

Central Davidson nips Asheboro in OT

Mike Duprez
Randolph Hub 


An early showdown between Mid-Piedmont Conference heavyweights ended in an overtime loss for Asheboro’s boys basketball team. 


Here are some highlights from that game and other action from the week.



*Jerquarius Stanback scored 26 points in Asheboro’s 71-66 overtime loss to Central Davidson. Osiris Rodriguez added 17 points and Elijah Woodle had 11.

*Timothy Brower had a huge game with 35 points as Eastern Randolph beat Southwestern Randolph 87-70. Nicah Taylor had 14 points for the Wildcats while Tyler Gee had 11 and Julian Brooks 10.

Julian Mosley and Marcus Robertson each scored 18 points for Southwestern Randolph. Nathan Ellis had 15 points and Bradyen Chapman added 11.

*Dominic Payne scored 26 points in Trinity’s 79-63 win over Providence Grove. Brandon Campbell contributed 24 points and Jacob Hodges had 20.

Brady Collins led Providence Grove with 23 points and got 5 rebounds. Will Dabbs had 11 points and 4 rebounds. Jackson Rhyne contributed 11 points. James Ellis had 8 points and 7 rebounds.

*Greg Price scored 22 points and Tyshaun Goldston had 20 in Randleman’s 67-44 victory over Uwharrie Charter. Jireh Price added 17 points for the Tigers.

*Parker Kines scored 21 points in Wheatmore’s 67-46 loss to Oak Grove. Weston Driggers had 7 points and 7 rebounds.

*Goldston scored 18 points in Randleman’s 59-48 win over Providence Grove. Greg Price added 12 points for the Tigers and Connor Cassidy had 11.

Collins led Providence Grove with 12 points while Dabbs had 11.

*Nathan Ellis led the way with 21 points in Southwestern Randolph’s 61-48 win over Wheatmore. Robertson added 15 points and Mosley had 12.

Kines led Wheatmore with 16 points. Weston Driggers, Finley Bryant and Kamdyn Wood each had eight points. Wood also had 8 rebounds and 4 assists.


*Jordin George scored 15 points while Kenzie Martin had 14 and Caressa King 10 in Southwestern Randolph’s 58-20 win over Eastern Randolph.

*Audra Petty and Chenleigh Robinson each scored 12 points to lead a balanced effort in Randleman’s 58-43 win over Uwharrie Charter. Kadie Green and Bella Byman each had 10 points.

Nevaeh Staples led Uwharrie Charter with 13 points and Lainey Thomas had 9.

*Staples scored 15 points while Hannah Williams had 11 and Chloe Painter 9 in Uwharrie Charter’s 46-42 win over Eastern Randolph. 

Kenly Whitaker led Eastern Randolph with 15 points. Callie Craven posted a double-double with 11 points and 12 rebounds. Mirianna Corea had 10 points and 9 rebounds.


*Aiden Burkholder, Edgar Vasquez, Spencer May, Brayden Hall. Levi Dennis, Jaden Allred, Charles Schaefer, Kendall Miles, Baron Justice, Lawson Coltrane, Mason Stephens, Gavin Hardister and Joseph Trahan all won as Trinity overwhelmed Randleman 70-3.

Braxton Walker won for Randleman.

*Ethan Hines, Caleb Saldana, Brennan Worrell, Rick Riccardella, Jack McArthur, Jair Ulloa, Lorenzo Alston, Carson Robinson, Alek Millikan, Caden Bond, Jaden Maness and Devonte Harrison all won as Uwharrie Charter swept past Wheatmore 70-9.

Trey Swaney and Dominic Hittepole won for Wheatmore.

*Randleman’s Kolby Garner (4th, 144), Jesus Garcia (4th, 130) and Walker (2nd, 215) placed in the Dudley Invitational.


*Maci Columbia (200 free, 400 free), Addison Herman (200 IM), and the 400 free relay team (Erin Eames, Elliza Duranceau, Emma Little) won for Asheboro in a four-way meet with Ledford, Chatham Charter and Jordan-Matthews.


*Kevin Rodriguez (200 free, 400 free), Tyler Smith (200 IM, 100 free), and the 400 free relay team (Gustavo Diaz, Cayne Duranceau, Stefan Reedy, Smith) won for Asheboro in a four-way meet with Ledford, Chatham Charter and Jordan-Matthews.


*Asheboro’s was second in the high jump in the Just Don’t Classic.


*Providence Grove’s Devon Kelly, who has a .351 career batting average, signed a letter of intent with Pfeiffer University.

*Southwestern Randolph’s Micah Wilson signed with Guilford College.