High School Saturday Morning Rewind:Our look back at last night and you can take your pick, we have your CLICK!!!

Posted by Andy Durham on October 19, 2019 at 11:08 am under High School | Read the First Comment

Our look back at last night’s high school football games in CLICKS….The clock is ticking and we are picking, so you can start Clicking…
(This is not just ClickBait, this is the REAL Saturday Morning Rewind, coming to your computer/phone for nearly 15 years now.)
++++++++++And we need something today that we don’t have. We need some info on that Ragsdale-Page game, and if we have a volunteer correspondent out there somewhere, send us some info on that game….Have been looking everywhere/all over, but no details on that game handy/available…No Michael Lindsay(High Point Enterprise) with the skinny.++++++++++
Did pick/click this up from Twitter…..Alston Hooker(Ragsdale HS) 6 passing TDs vs Page High/18-27 285 yds passing, 51 yds rushing…..
**********Would also like to get a few details on that Southwest Guilford at Smith game.**********

But, Without further a do/to do, we bring it to you, our High School Football Saturday Morning Rewind….
$$$$$$$$$$ CLICK HERE for the word on the Saturday afternoon game, where East Forsyth moved past Glenn, at Glenn, 41-20…From Craig T. Greenlee, at the WS Journal…East down 14-0 early, but the Eagles out-scored the Glenn Bobcats, 20-zip in the 4th Quarter to fly back and take the victory, in Kernersville….$$$$$$$$$$

Let’s get started with Dudley at Mount Tabor last night, where Dudley led most of the way, before falling late in the game to the Mt. Tabor Spartans..
CLICK HERE for this game with J.P. Mundy from the HSXtra at the News and Record…
Key Quote from Dudley head coach Steven Davis:
“I told them before the game that if we were disciplined, we win the game. But we had some breakdowns that we weren’t disciplined on, and that cost us the game.” Coach Steven Davis, Dudley

CLICK HERE for Grimsley at Northwest Guilford from Philip Deutsch, from HSXtra at the News Record…
Notable Quote from Grimsley coach Darryl Brown:
“I thought we came out and were extremely physical early on.”Grimsley coach Darryl Brown.

“(Zellous) is our leader, and a lot of what we do offensively obviously runs through him.”Brown.

CLICK HERE for Eastern Guilford at Southeast Guilford from Tim Nash with HSXtra at the News and Record…
Notable Quote from the coach:
“I really think they just had a bad night, and we had a good night. That’s the thing about this game. I won’t know what it means to us as a team until next week.”Southeast Guilford coach Kennedy Tinsley.

CLICK HERE for Southeast Guilford-Eastern GuiLford from David Kehrli at the Burlington Times-News…
Notable Quote from the coach:
“Credit to Southeast. You can’t realize how big they are on film,” Eastern Guilford coach Tony Aguilar said. “You can go by the height and weight on MaxPreps and they were grown men. They controlled the ball, controlled the game in the trenches on both sides.”
EG QB Kamell Smith:
“They was just coming out on us, just eating our guys,” Smith said. “But in my opinion, I think my guys was working as hard as they could and giving it all they got, because that’s what they do all the time.”

CLICK HERE for Morehead at Northeast Guilford, from Jim Sands with the News and Record’s Rockingham County Now brand….
Quote from the coach:
“Well just simply keep working to get better. You know tonight we gave up those three touchdowns. Special teams, you can’t give up two kickoff returns for touchdowns, but we’ve just got to keep improving each week and try to build some momentum going into the playoffs.”Northeast Guilford head coach Earl Bates

The Southern Guilford Storm at Asheboro from Tony Bolick at the Asheboro Courier-Tribune:
Storm slips away from Asheboro

ASHEBORO — Southern Guilford rallied with a strong second half to overcome its halftime deficit on the way to a 37-21 victory at Lee J. Stone Stadium Friday night over Asheboro High School.

The Storm, after grabbing the first touchdown of the game and a 7-0 lead, gave up a pair of scores to the Blue Comets on the way to seeing Asheboro head to the locker room with a 14-7 halftime advantage. But Southern regained the lead with 20 third-quarter points and then padded it, outscoring AHS 10-7 in the final 12 minutes to return home victorious.

TB/Tony Bolick on Randleman at High Point Andrews, from the Asheboro Courier-Tribune:
HIGH POINT — Na’hiem Lilly had the Red Raiders seeing Orange early and often. And the Tigers never let up.

Lilly finished with three of the first four scores for second-ranked Randleman and the team finished High Point Andrews off with 42-0 road shutout in Simeon Stadium Friday night. Lilly bruised the home standing Raiders’ defense for 210 yards and three scores – one being a 50-yard gallop that pretty much capped off his night in the third quarter.

Get more from Tony Bolick on both of the games/SG-Asheboro and HP Andrews-Randleman, when you CLICK HERE for the Asheboro Courier-Tribune….

CLICK HERE for Davie County’s upset of West Forsyth and coming in from Jay Spivey at the Winston-Salem Journal and what about that Central Piedmont 4-A Conference where you have Davie County, West Forsyth, East Forsyth, Glenn, WS Reagan and more…West beats East, 41-38 and then Davie County turns around and beats West, 34-31 and that’s after Glenn topped Reagan last Friday night, 8-7….Plus you have East Forsyth at Glenn, with that game time today/Saturday at 1pm…..

If you would like to listen back to last night’s Eastern Guilford at Southeast Guilford game, CLICK HERE for GreensboroSports Radio….It was sort of like Homecoming for Southeast Guilford…It looked like the Southeast Guilford of old/2018 was back on the field at Bill Slayton Stadium again last night, although with a very new cast of characters, from what we saw back in ’18…..


  • Southeast Guilford has Talent said,

    Southeast played what was probably their most complete game of the season. The defense started showing something in the Grimsley game and I believe this is the first game of the season where all of the “starters” on defense have been on the field. They are coming together and playing for each other. On the offensive end they are looking confident and competent. We need to be more balanced on play calling though because we have seen what can happen if the run gets shut down, but they can get that figured out if they commit to it. And special teams REALLY stepped up. Great job.

    Either way, I don’t think we will know how good they are until the playoffs. If they can get the passing game clicking to go along with a strong run game they will surprise A LOT of people.