“The Sting” Guilford County’s Top 15 football teams

Posted by Andy Durham on October 7, 2009 at 5:41 pm under High School | Comments are off for this article

1) Ragsdale(7-0)
2) Dudley(6-1)
3) TIE High Point Central(5-1) Page(5-1) Northern Guilford(5-1)
6) Northwest Guilford(5-2)
7) Smith(4-3)
8 Northeast Guilford(3-3)
9) High Point Andrews(3-3)
10) Western Guilford(3-4)
11) Southern Guilford(3-3)
12) Southwest Guilford(3-3)
13) TIE Southeast Guilford(2-5) Eastern Guilford(1-5) Grimsley(1-6)

1) Ragsdale(7-0) Tigers over East Forsyth last week 31-0 and this week Ragsdale will head out into their backyard as they head out for Wendover and Highway 68 and end up over at Southwest Guilford.

2) Dudley(6-1) Panthers defeated Southern Alamance 48-14 and this week they can enjoy the Bye on their schedule.

3) TIE High Point Central(5-1) HPC was off last Friday and this week it’s back to work as the Bison travel to face NWG.
Page(5-1) The Pirates were also off last Friday and now get set to host Grimsley at Jamieson Stadium on Friday night.
Northern Guilford(5-1) The Nighhawks prevailed 24-23 at Eastern Alamance and now they come home to host another Eastern, E. Guilford this Friday night.

6) Northwest Guilford(5-2) The Vikings eked out that 6-3(OT) win at SWG and now come home to face a very stiff HPC “D”.

7) Smith(4-3) The Eagles led SEG 35-0 after one quarter and went on to win 49-27 and now they have a test at West Guilford as the Golden Eagles roll into WG Stadium for the Hornets Homecoming and a shot at the playoffs…..

8 Northeast Guilford(3-3) NEG had last week off and now the Rams visit Asheboro in their first conference game of the year.

9) High Point Andrews(3-3) HP Andrews bumped off Lexington 28-21 in overtime on the road last week and now they play a little 2-A with WS Atkins at Simeon Stadium this Friday.

10) Western Guilford(3-4) The Hornets took out Grimsley 31-7, and now they have to prepare for the Smith Golden Eagles who come into the “House that Henderson built” on Homecoming.

11) Southern Guilford(3-3) SG pounded Randleman with Storm RB Warren Scott becoming the first area back to go over 1,000 yards for the year and this week the Storm heads down toward the Asheboro Zoo to meet the Southwestern Randolph Cougars.

12) Southwest Guilford(3-3) The Cowboys fell as their offense didn’t jell and now they have a story to tell as they face #1 Ragsdale, on Friday at SWG.

13) TIE Southeast Guilford(2-5) The Falcons landed hard at Smith and now they look to win for the third time this season as they battle the Patriots of Southern Alamance(0-5-1) at SEG.
Eastern Guilford(1-5) The Wildcats whipped Morehead in Eden and now they take a little trip over to Northern Guilford for Friday night with the Nighthawks.
Grimsley(1-6) The Whirlies struggled against Western Guilford last Friday night and now they get ready for their arch-rival Page at Jamieson Stadium this Friday night.


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