*Ashton Troutman scored 31 points in Uwharrie Charter's 61-54 win over Forsyth Home Educators. Alex Mackenzie added 10 points for the Eagles.
*Troutman had 10 points in Uwharrie Charter’s 74-35 loss to Southern Guilford.
*D.J. Headen scored 20 points as Asheboro dominated Montgomery Central 76-30. Cam Walker added 12 points for the Blue Comets and Jerquarius Stanback had 9.
*Greg Price scored 18 points and Tyshaun Goldston had 16 in Randleman’s 65-46 win over Wheatmore.
Tristan Hammonds led Wheatmore with 13 points and Tyler Kimball had 10.
*Thomas Leal scored 16 points as Southwestern Randolph upset Trinity 59-50. Nathan Ellis supplied 14 points while Kearns Trotter had 12 and Sean Adkins 10 in the Cougars’ balanced effort.
Dominic Payne led Trinity with 34 points and Dylan Hodges had 10.
*Jacob Grantham, Zane Cheek and Chase Whitaker all scored 13 points in Providence Grove’s 70-65 win over Uwharrie Charter.
Troutman led Uwharrie Charter with 31 points.
*Ashara Spruill led the way with 19 points and 12 rebounds as Uwharrie Charter beat Forsyth Home Educators 44-41. Savannah Surratt had 13 points.
*Brecken Snotherly had 28 points, 6 rebounds, 6 assists and 9 steals in Eastern Randolph’s 61-37 win over Eastern Alamance. Kenly Whitaker had 11 points, 10 rebounds, 4 assists and 8 steals for the Wildcats.
*Caressa King led four players in double figures with 15 points in Southwestern Randolph's 65-42 win over Trinity. Jordin George scored 13 points while Maddie Strider had 12 and Kenzie Martin 10.
Autumn Gentry led Trinity with 19 points and Kennedy Jackson had 13.
*Bearik Bigelow, Xavier Santos, Diego Gutierrez, Christian Diaz, Michael Brady, Eddie Soto and Guillermo Santos won as Asheboro held off Montgomery Central 36-31. It was the Blue Comets’ fourth consecutive Mid-Piedmont Conference championship.
*Edgar Vasquez Mora, Brayden Hall, Spencer May, Levi Dennis, Gavin McCall, Baron Justice, Zane Shloemer, Ethan Scott, Lawson Coltrane, Gavin Hardister and Joey Smith were the winners as Trinity beat Eastern Randolph 60-24.
Omarrius Little, Bryce Foland and Ethan Moore won for Eastern Randolph.