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Southwestern Randolph’s Maddie Small shoots over Elizabeth York and Gracyn Hall of Randleman Dec. 29 at Providence Grove.  Eric Abernethy / Randolph Hub

Comets fall in tournament finals


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Providence Grove bracket championship


Thomasville 72, Asheboro 56


Jerquarius Stanback scored 16 points for Asheboro and Camden Walker had 16. But the Blue Comets couldn't stop the Bulldogs’ Bryce McCoy, who had 25 points. Johnathan Gladney added 21 points.

Ledford bracket championship 


Davie County 50, Ledford 46


Randolph County results from both sites:


Day 1


*Greg Price scored 17 points in Randleman’s 53-50 loss to South Davidson. Christian Long added 13 points for the Tigers.


*James Ellis scored 19 points in Providence Grove’s 55-43 win over North Davidson. Brady Collins had nine points.


*Riley Strickland had 16 points and Tristan Hammonds 14 as Wheatmore fell 69-48 to Davie County.


*Dylan Hodges scored 20 points in Trinity’s 75-37 rout of North Davidson. Dominic Payne had 16 points and surpassed 1,000 for his career. He also had 10 assists. Brandon Campbell scored 14 points while Grayson Earls had 12 points and 13 rebounds.


*Ashton Troutman poured in 34 points in Uwharrie Charter’s 69-67 win over Lexington. Alex McKenzie scored 13 points and Aaron Small had 10.


Day 2


*Hammonds drilled the game-winning 3-pointer and finished with 19 points as Wheatmore beat West Davidson 50-48. 

*Stanback scored 19 points while Tanner Marsh and Walker each had 16 in Asheboro’s 80-62 win over Providence Grove. Hakemme Butler had 10 points for the Blue Comets.


James Ellis led Providence Grove with 13 points and Jacob Grantham had 12.


*Hodges scored 19 points in Trinity’s 64-38 loss to Davie County.


*Troutman scored 27 points in Uwharrie Charter’s 55-49 loss to Ledford. Walker Wilkins had 11 points for the Eagles.


Day 3


*Strickland had 22 points while Hammonds had 11 and Cooper Black 10 in a 60-57 loss to Lexington.


*Payne poured in 30 points as Trinity crushed Uwharrie Charter 75-28. Hodges added 14 points and Campbell had 11.




Providence Grove bracket championship


Southwestern Randolph 48, Randleman 47


Caressa King scored 19 points to lead the Cougars while Maddie Strider had 10.


Audra Petty led Randleman with 11 points. Gracyn Hall contributed 10 points.


Ledford bracket championship


Ledford 46, Davie County 37


Randolph County results from both sites:


Day 1


*Sion Murrain scored 11 points in Asheboro’s 51-48 loss to South Davidson.


*Bri Hill scored 13 points in Wheatmore’s 50-39 loss to Davie County. Kynnedi Routh added 10 points for the Warriors.


*Autumn Gentry scored 18 points as Trinity beat West Davidson 43-31. Kennedy Jackson had 12 points.


*Ashara Spruill had 10 points and 10 rebounds in Uwharrie Charter’s 58-28 loss to Lexington. 


Day 2


*Rian Perry scored 21 points in Wheatmore’s 56-41 win over West Davidson. Routh added 17 points and Hill had 10.


*Maddie Small scored 14 points in Southwestern Randolph’s 52-41 win over South Davidson. Jordin George had 11 points and Strider had 9.


*Laneane Scherer and Lee each scored 10 points as Asheboro overwhelmed Thomasville 56-5.


*Jackson had 17 points in Trinity’s 69-31 loss to Davie County.


*Spruill scored 21 points in Uwharrie Charter's 49-45 loss to East Davidson.


*Elizabeth York scored 16 points and Hall had 15 in Randleman’s 56-49 win over North Davidson. Chenleigh Robinson added 11 points for the Tigers.


Day 3


*Chloe Painter scored 15 points in Uwharrie Charter's 57-35 win over West Davidson. Savannah Surratt added 14 points.


*Hill scored 16 points and Routh had 12 in a 54-31 win over East Davidson.


Other games


*Brecken Snotherly scored 28 points to go along with 7 rebounds, 3 steals and 2 assists as Eastern Randolph beat Manteo 60-43. Kenly Whitaker had 12 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 steals.




*Randleman’s Caden Thorne (152 pounds) and Braxton Walker (195) placed second in the R.J. Reynolds Holiday Tournament. Providence Grove’s Colton Wood (285) was second and the Patriots’ Mitchell Freeman (152) was third.