Highlights from last week’s action:.
Union Pines 6
Edison Hernandez ran 20 times for 121 yards and a touchdown in Randleman’s 47-6 rout of Union Pines. The unbeaten Tigers amassed 409 yards, with 221 coming on the ground. Daylan Atkins ran for a pair of touchdowns while Micah Thurston had one.
Tyshaun Goldston caught a touchdown pass from John Kirkpatrick. Christian McLeod kicked a 36-yard field goal and Tanner Gneiting had a safety. Chase Farlow and Gregory Price each had an interception.
SW Randolph 20
Marcus Robertson and Glenn Haltom ran for first-half touchdowns in Southwestern Randolph's 20-7 win over McMichael. Kempton Reed returned an interception 59 yards for a touchdown to clinch the win for the unbeaten Cougars. Owen Whelan led the Cougars with 87 yards rushing.
Providence Grove 24
Logan Fox carried 30 times for 235 yards and 2 touchdowns as undefeated Providence Grove rallied for a 24-14 win over Asheboro. James Ellis ran for 83 yards and a touchdown while Carson Jones kicked a 44-yard field goal.
Asheboro’s Logan Laughlin was 18-of-33 for 277 yards and 2 touchdowns, both to Elijah Woodle. Laughlin threw an 85-yard touchdown pass to Woodle on the first play of the game. The also connected on a 45-yard touchdown strike to give the Blue Comets a 14-7 lead. Woodle had 7 catches for 173 yards.
Bishop McGuinness 14
Jonathan Kelly scored on a 14-yard run and carried for the two-point conversion, lifting Wheatmore to a 15-14 win over Bishop McGuinness. Kelly got the Warriors’ other touchdown on a 6-yard run and Max Smith kicked the extra point.
West Davidson 21
Noah Bradley fired three touchdown passes as Trinity beat West Davidson 34-21. Bradley was 5-of-7 for 177 yards. Brandon Campbell caught 3 passes for 106 yards and a touchdown. Jacob Hodges caught a 45-yard touchdown pass and Daniel Rogers hauled in a 30-yard TD pass. Dominic Payne ran 15 times for 81 yards and a touchdown. Rogers also had a touchdown run.
Asheboro High School’s future Mid-Piedmont Conference opponents came out ahead in four out of five games last week. The lone exception was Montgomery Central, which lost its first game of the year, 22-0 to Orange.
Other scores from Friday:
Ledford 49, East Davidson 0
Oak Grove 37, North Forsyth 6
North Davidson 48, Walkertown 7
Central Davidson 30, Lexington 21