GREENSBORO — Southwest Guilford pulled away to beat Page 4-0 in Metro 4A Conference boys soccer Tuesday at Page.

Joe Specht scored two goals to lead the Cowboys (7-0-1 overall, 1-0 conference), ranked No. 38 nationally, No. 7 in the state overall and No. 3 among NCHSAA 4A teams. Trace Rogers added a goal and an assist.

Keaton Lane also had a goal while Ryan Salerno had two assists.

WESLEYAN CHRISTIAN, ATKINSHIGH POINT — Wesleyan Christian defeated Atkins 8-2 in boys soccer Tuesday at Wesleyan.

Macoy Strawn had two goals for the Trojans (11-2-1), ranked No. 33 nationally, No. 4 in the state overall and No. 3 among NCISAA 3A teams. Riley Parks chipped in a goal and an assist.

Chase Cunningham, Sean Jacobs, Trevor Howard, Jake Chilton and Taj Johnson each had one goal. Seth Demis, Carter Glover, Ethan Jamroz and Zack Andersen each had an assist.

Zach Davis got the win in goal.


WALLBURG — Ledford scored the lone goal of the match in the second half to beat East Davidson 1-0 in nonconference boys soccer Tuesday at Ledford.

The Panthers improved to 4-2-1 while the Golden Eagles dipped to 4-2.

RAGSDALE, N. GUILFORDJAMESTOWN — Ragsdale fell 1-0 against Northern Guilford in Metro 4A Conference boys soccer Tuesday at Ragsdale.

The Tigers dropped to 6-3-1 overall and 0-1 in the conference.


JAMESTOWN — High Point Central topped Southwest Guilford and Ragsdale during Tuesday’s nonconference girls golf match at Jamestown Park.

The Bison shot a 162 as a team, ahead of Southwest with a 184 and Ragsdale with a 194.

EC Niebauer was medalist for the Bison. Rachel Wagner (59), Elena Perko (62) and Miriam Cash (63) led Southwest. Meghan Gregory (60) and Riley Brundage (62) led Ragedale.

AT MEADOWLANDSWALLBURG — Ashley Limbacher posted the best score of the day but High Point Christian lost against Forsyth Country Day 136-153 in girls golf Tuesday at Meadowlands Golf Club.

Limbacher shot a 1-over 37 to lead the Cougars, who also got counting scores from Allie Ware (57) plus Juliana Curione Taylor Collins (each with a 59). Addie Spencer also had a 60.

AT HPCC-EMERYWOODHIGH POINT — Westchester Country Day defeated Wesleyan Christian in girls golf Tuesday at the High Point Country Club’s Emerywood course.

Madison Dial had a 37 to lead the Wildcats (2-0), followed by Abby Keever (52) and Mary Francis Collins (56).

TENNIS HP CENTRAL, ROCKINGHAM CO.WENTWORTH — High Point Central fell 5-4 against Rockingham County in Mid-State 3A Conference girls tennis Tuesday at Rockingham County.

Olivia Perez and Rachel Eskew won in singles for the Bison (2-4-1 overall, 2-2-1 conference). Perez/Mallory Cook and Eskew/Caroline Boger won in doubles.

HP CHRISTIAN, WESTCHESTER CDHIGH POINT — High Point Christian edged rival Westchester Country Day 5-4 in Piedmont Triad Athletic Conference girls tennis Tuesday at the High Point Country Club’s Willow Creek courts.

Dallas Davis, Lena Griese, Ava Anderson and Autumn Charboneau won in singles for the Cougars (2-5 overall, 1-0 conference). Ashley Karpovich/Grace-Ellen Hamlett won in doubles.

Helen Clodfelter and Madelyn Carroll won in singles for the Wildcats (0-3, 0-1). Clodfelter/Carroll and Lily Wilson/Lucy Larkin Heard won in doubles.

VOLLEYBALL HP CENTRAL, SMITHHIGH POINT — High Point Central swept Smith 3-0 in Mid-State 3A Conference volleyball Tuesday at Trinity. The Bison improved to 5-4 overall and 3-0 in the conference.


HIGH POINT — Southwest Guilford lost 3-1 against Grimsley in Metro 4A Conference volleyball at Southwest. The Cowgirls dropped to 3-8 overall and 1-4 in the conference.

HP CHRISTIAN, WESTCHESTER CDHIGH POINT — High Point Christian rolled past rival Westchester Country Day 25-11, 25-7, 25-10 in Piedmont Triad Athletic Conference volleyball Tuesday at Westchester.

Emeline Martin had nine kills to lead the Cougars (10-6 overall, 1-0 PTAC), followed by Zoie Hembree and Kennedy Powell with seven apiece. Jordan Karpovich added 14 digs, while Sophie Braetzkus had 14 assists.

Sutton Scott had seven digs for the Wildcats (4-3, 0-1).

In the JV match, HPCA won 25-17, 25-16.

Hailey Allred and Lila Allred each had four kills, while Lauren Boyles had 17 digs and Kinslee Britton had seven assists as the Cougars improved to 6-0. Cassie Woodall had 33 digs for Westchester.

OAK GROVE, ASHEBOROWALLBURG — Oak Grove topped Asheboro 28-26, 25-16, 25-18 in Mid-Piedmont 3A Conference volleyball Tuesday at Oak Grove.

Bella Grieser had 14 kills to lead the Grizzlies (4-3 overall, 1-0 MPC). Maya Slate added nine kills, while Olivia Dixon had 15 digs and Alissa Russ had 12 digs.

Vanessa Young had 27 assists and two aces.

LEDFORD, THOMASVILLEWALLBURG — Ledford defeated Thomasville 25-7, 25-7, 25-7 in nonconference volleyball Tuesday at Ledford.

The Panthers improved to 3-4 overall.

WHEATMORE, SW RANDOLPHTRINITY — Wheatmore fell 3-0 against Southwestern Randolph in Piedmont Athletic 1A/2A Conference volleyball Tuesday at Wheatmore.

The Warriors dropped to 2-6 overall and 0-3 in the conference.

RAGSDALE, NW GUILFODGREENSBORO — Ragsdale lost 3-0 against Northwest Guilford in Metro 4A Conference volleyball Tuesday at Northwest.

The Tigers dropped to 7-5 overall and 0-4 in the conference.

BISHOP McGUINNESS, McMICHAELKERNERSVILLE — Bishop McGuinness lost 23-25, 25-11, 25-23, 25-17 against McMichael in nonconference volleyball Monday at Bishop. Chrisbel Alcantara had 15 kills to lead the Villains (5-2). Jeanna Hauk added 22 assists, six kills and 13 digs, while Emma Briody had 13 digs and two aces.

EAST DAVIDSON, TRINITYTHOMASVILLE — East Davidson defeated Trinity 25-19, 22-25, 25-23, 25-18 in nonconference volleyball Monday at East.

Lyndsay Reid had 21 kills, 23 digs and seven aces to lead the Golden Eagles (5-2). Callie Warrick added eight kills, while Kaitlyn Wallace had six kills, 16 assists and three aces.

Kara Mahan had 24 assists and 13 digs.

Gracie Ballard had 17 kills and 16 digs for the Bulldogs (4-6). Kaitlyn McCoy added 11 kills, five aces and four blocks, and Sarabeth Johnson had 10 kills and 12 digs.

Leah Ballard had 18 digs. Madison Burgiss had 26 assists.

GLENN, PARKLAND/GREENSBORO HSKERNERSVILLE — Glenn won a pair of matches Monday at Glenn — beating Parkland 3-0 in a Central Piedmont 4A Conference match and Greensboro Homeschool 3-2 in a nonconference match. The Ladycats improved to 6-2 overall and 2-2 in the conference.

CROSS-COUNTRY AT WEST END PARKHIGH POINT — Westchester Country Day won both individual titles during Tuesday’s cross-country meet at West End Park.

Cruz Hesling won the boys race in 17:34, while Ali Schwartz won the girls race in 21.27.

Also posting top 25-finishes for the Wildcats were: Christian Smith (20th, 22:20) for the boys; and Grace Evans (fifth, 23:12), Anna Sloan Culp (eighth, 24:03), Kate Dyson (11th, 24:58), Sophia Singer (13th, 25:04) and Eleanor Clark (25th, 28:38) for the girls.

Leading High Point Christian were: Carter Guthrie (14th, 21:18) and Reade Guthrie (24th, 22:57) for the boys; and Morgan Hartman (10th, 24:44) and Taylor Lilly (20th, 27:19) for the girls.

Leading Wesleyan Christian were: Jones Barber (13th, 21:17), Landon Raines (15th, 21:36), Myles Kraska (19th, 22:18) and Isaac Hoots (25th, 23:29) for the boys; and Jenna Griffin (15th, 25:24) and Bailey LaRue (19th, 27:11) for the girls.


MIDWAY — Oak Grove’s boys and girls finished first in the team totals during Tuesday’s three-team meet at Oak Grove.

Oak Grove’s boys won with 25 points, followed by North Davidson (30) and Montgomery Central (78). Its girls won with 28 points, trailed by North Davidson (29) and Montgomery Central (72).

Cooper Long won the boys race in 19:56, while Chloe Koper won the girls race in 23:47.

Also posting top-10 finishes were: Mason McMillan (fourth, 21:14), Jason White (fifth, 21:27), Carter Bertschi (seventh, 23:54) and Kent Sidden (eighth, 23:58) for the boys; and Natalia Everhart (third, 25:24), Melody Murry (fifth, 29:41) and Devon Lawson (seventh, 31:54) for the girls.

MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCCER HP CHRISTIAN, IHMHIGH POINT — High Point Christian defeated visiting Immaculate Heart of Mary 7-1 in boys soccer Monday. Owen Justice scored four goals to lead the Cougars (5-1), while Chris Jones, Caleb Boggess and Samuel Kinraw each had one. Rey Cheng, Bernard Boateng and Cal Persiani each had an assist.