PREP ROUNDUP: DeLille and Central win regional golf titles | Newsletters

SALISBURY – Davis DeLille won the individual medal and High Point Central won the team title at Monday’s NCHSAA 3A Midwest Men’s Regional Golf Championship at the Salisbury Country Club.

DeLille, a rookie from East Carolina, shot a 5-under 66 – the only round under par of the event – ​​to lead the Bison, who qualified for the championship. State Monday and Tuesday at Pinehurst No. 6.

Hunter Busick shot an 80 tied for 15th, while Riley Johnson added an 82 and Ian White had an 84 as Central scored a team-high 312, leading to second-place Lake Norman Charter with a 323 and in third place in Rockingham County with a 326. .

No other golfers in the area came out of the area, although Oak Grove’s Trey Benson and Cayden Bryner and Ledford’s Javon Comer, who each shot 80 shots and finished tied for 15th, posted strong results in the top 25.


TRIAD – Four area golfers have qualified as individuals for next week’s NCHSAA Golf Championships.

In Region 4A Midwest at Oak Valley Golf Club, Ragsdale’s Jack Boyer shot a 3-under 69 to win the individual medalist, edging out RJ Reynolds’ Fisher Kennedy and Cuthbertson’s Matthew McDougall by one shot.

Southwest Guilford’s Brandon Gold and Glenn’s Chase McLaughlin each shot 75 to finish tied for 13th. Reynolds won the tag team title with a 288, followed by Marvin Ridge (295) and Page (301).

In Region 2A Midwest at Sapona Country Club, Wheatmore’s Ryan Baynard shot an 80 to tie seventh to qualify. East Surry won as a team with a 314, followed by Salisbury (333) and West Davidson (337)

Wheatmore – who also got the top 25 from Ben Walker (87, T19) and Ryan Marshall (88, T22) – finished fourth with a 349. East Davidson’s Ethan Campbell-Young (88, T22) also finished in the top 25.

The top three teams advance from each region, along with the top nine individuals not part of a qualifying team. The 2A Championship will take place Monday and Tuesday at Foxfire’s Red Fox Course, while the 4A Championship will take place at Pinehurst No. 8.


KERNERSVILLE – Bishop McGuinness has moved its women’s lacrosse playoff game from Friday to Thursday due to weather forecasts.

The Villains (12-4), seeded No. 7 in the Open Championship, will host 10th seed Page (10-3) in the second round at 6 p.m. The non-conference women’s soccer game scheduled for that evening was canceled.


TRINITY – Second-seeded Trinity defeated seventh-seeded Wheatmore 5-2 Monday at Trinity in the first round of the Piedmont Athletic 1A/2A Conference Baseball Tournament.

Jake Little homered for the Bulldogs (16-8), who totaled eight hits for the game. Landen Mosley went 3-for-3, while Cole Mince also had a multi-hit game and Camden Nelson had four stolen bases.

Cade Hill took the complete game victory, striking out five without walking any.

Rob Hales had two hits, including a double, and an RBI for the Warriors (6-16). Clay Hill added two hits and an RBI, while Tyler Kimball had a brace, and Mason Rich and Cam Hinson each had a hit.

Rich struck out six in five innings, while Jonathan Heraldo added one in one inning.


HIGH POINT — Third-seeded Ragsdale beat the seventh-seeded Page 11-0 in five innings Monday at Southwest in the first round of the Metro 4A Conference Baseball Tournament.

Tanner Moore had two hits and two RBIs for the Cowboys (17-8), who scored six runs in the first. Tyler Shafer and Ben Gowdy each added two RBIs. Connor Hartigan struck out six in 2 2/3 innings pitched, while Shafter had five in 2 1/3.


JAMESTOWN — Fourth-seeded Ragsdale defeated fifth-seeded Southeast Guilford 12-2 in five innings Monday at Ragsdale in the first round of the Metro 4A Conference Baseball Tournament.

Julian Abreu had three hits, including two RBIs, and three RBIs for the Tigers (13-9), who led 9-1 in two innings. Dillon Bullard added two hits and two RBIs, while Chase Miller had two hits and Cole Moebius had one hit and one RBI.

Garrett Crum took the pitching victory, striking out four in 3 2/3 innings before passing to Trajan Louis.


KERNERSVILLE — Bishop McGuinness crushed Carver 11-0 in the Northwest Piedmont 1A Conference women’s soccer on Monday at Bishop.

Anna Aufrance had three goals and two assists to lead the Villains (14-2 overall, 7-0 in conference), who outscored Carver 21-2 for the game. Justine Grimsley and Nadia Slanker each had two goals and two assists, and Anna Krawczyk had two goals and an assist.

Katelynn Williams and Olivia Henn each scored a goal, while Emilia Pirkl and Sam Forestman each had an assist. Emily Agejew made a save in goal on her 11th shutout of the season as Bishop picked up her 14th straight win.


McLEANSVILLE — High Point Central defeated Northeast Guilford 9-0 in Mid-State 3A Conference women’s football.

Warner Vaughan scored four goals to lead the Bison (5-8 overall, 5-3 in conference), who were up 8-0 at halftime. Ava Vaughan added three goals while Katie Harrison scored two.


LEDFORD – Ledford beat Montgomery Central 1-0 in overtime on Monday at Mid-Piedmont 3A Conference girls soccer in Ledford.

Julissa Alvarez was the only scorer for the Panthers (9-6-3 overall, 4-3 in conference), while Maddie Callahan made two saves in goal.

Harry L. Blanchard