Finalized High School Baseball Brackets are in(a few changes) and check them out here:Southeast Guilford #1 in the NCHSAA East/Forbush is in the West

Posted by Andy Durham on May 11, 2015 at 9:59 am under High School | 8 Comments to Read

CLICK HERE for all of the NCHSAA Baseball Brackets and we are loading the local teams below….
(Lower seeded team travels to play the higher seeded team in Round One of the baseball playoffs which is set to begin on Wednesday, but if both teams were to agree to it, they could begin as early as Tuesday.)

EAST 4-A:
#1 Southeast Guilford vs. #32 Apex
#26 Southern Alamance vs. #7 Northern Durham

WEST 4-A:
#3 East Forsyth vs. #30 Davie County
#13 Northwest Guilford vs. #20 Charlotte Independence
#15 Page vs. #18 Huntersville Hopewell
#19 Dudley vs. #14 JM Robinson

#22 Glenn vs. #11 Lake Norman
#24 Southwest Guilford vs. #9 TC Roberson Park
#26 Ragsdale vs. #7 Myers Park

EAST 3-A:
#5 Western Alamance vs. #28 Northern Vance
#13 Northern Guilford vs. #20 Jacksonville
#19 Eastern Guilford vs. #14 Northern Nash

#25 Rockingham County vs. #8 Corinth-Holders
#27 Northeast Guilford vs. #6 C.B. Aycock
#32 Morehead vs. #1 Terry Sanford

WEST 3-A:
#8 Asheboro vs. #25 Hickory Ridge
#12 Southwestern Randolph vs. #21 Forestview
#17 Southern Guilford vs. #16 North Gaston
#32 Ledford vs. #1 Marvin Ridge

WEST 2-A:
#4 Randleman vs. #29 Ashe Country
#13 Forbush vs. #13 Charles D. Owen


  • Parent said,

    Is this set in stone now or could there possibly be changes?

  • Andy Durham said,

    There have been a few changes, but most of these are now set in stone..

    Don’t expect too many more changes and most of the changes came from the lower seeded teams overall….

  • easier way said,

    I see some rather long distances for schools to travel to have a 1st round playoff game….so these kids will get back at midnight or later and be expected to be in their homeroom seats the next morning without penalty…I have an idea…pod style format….4 teams 1 location….Friday and Saturday….NCAA regional format….eliminates the one and done that has a lot of people up in arms….allows easier travel….allows parents to make a 3 hour trip….make it 32 in each class instead of 64…playoffs not so watered down….32 best overall winning percentages….not 5-17 team that is in a split conference that automatically gets in….I’m all for the experience of travel….but what are we going for here…..riding on a bus for 3 hours on a Tuesday night or educating a kid….

  • Baseball Fan said,

    I don’t believe we are sacrificing the future of our country due to some kids missing their home room one day. I do agree with the wanting quality games but with HS budgets I would imagine some of those split conference must exist.

  • example said,

    For example, Ragsdale gets on a bus at lets say around 2 or even 3 today….thus leaving school early and missing part of class….they play at 7 in Charlotte….games goes 2 maybe even 2.5 hours….game finishes at 9:30 if they’re lucky….post game stuff til at least 10….activity bus ride home of 1.5 hours….getting them to Jamestown at almost midnight….15-18 year old kids on the road when most don’t have their 9’s off….thus making parents who wish they could’ve made the trip but couldn’t get off work in time…sitting in the Ragsdale parking lot after midnight….good plan NCHSAA…..

  • NWGHS fan said,

    My guess is that the Ragsdale players would vote for what they’re doing tonight vs playing someone close by, maybe someone they’ve already played this season (and maybe even a team from within their own conference).

  • whatever said,

    Gee..it sounds like those poor Ragsdale boys are going to be scarred for life for having to travel all the way across the world to play in Charlotte.

    what has the world come to????

  • Cat Coach said,

    Just for general purposes: Glenn High will volunteer to drive anywhere – Charlotte, Asheville, New Bern, New York – if we are STILL PLAYING with a chance to win it all. And the head coach will provide breakfast and toothpicks for eyelids the next morning after a win. Heck, he’ll go to each kid’s class and take notes for them if STILL PLAYING. 😉