High School Football Games this Week in and around Guilford County

Page(6-1) at Northwest Guilford(3-5)
Eastern Guilford(6-2) at Southeast Guilford(6-1)
High Point Central(5-3) at Grimsley(2-6)
Southwest Guilford(5-2) at Ben L. Smith(3-5)
Dudley(6-1) at Western Guilford 0-8)
Northern Guilford(4-3) at Roxboro Person (2-5)
Morehead(2-5) at Northeast Guilford(4-3)
Randleman(6-1) at High Point Andrews(2-5)
Southern Guilford(2-5) at Asheboro(1-7)
High Point Christian Academy(6-1) at Huntersville SouthLake Christian(3-3)
North Stokes(0-7) at Bishop McGuinness(2-5)


  1. Here’s kind of a wild note on a college game from last Friday night…..

    Former All-American QB from Matthews Butler High School, Riley Ferguson, threw seven touchdowns for Memphis in a 70-31 win over UConn, this past Friday night…..

    Ferguson completed 34-of-48 passes for 431 yards…….

    Ferguson had six TD passes in a game vs. UCLA, earlier this season, but he could barely find the end zone twice, in a high school game vs. the Page Pirates, over at Marion Kirby Stadium, back in November of 2011….

  2. It primarily shows that each player needs to find the right system, coaches and program to be successful. He obviously found it with Memphis. Many players that transfer to different high schools often recent negative remarks from some people. Some players are simply in the wrong system coached by coaches not ready for the job or don’t know how to develop a system that fits their players. Too many coaches try to bring “their” system from the previous school and make it work with different players. The player type at Dudley is not the same as Northern. The player type at Northwest is not he same as Page. Unfortunately most players can’t change their situation but fortunately some can and do. I have seen so many players with great potential simply get lost in the sauce because of bad coaches or being in the wrong situation. I wonder how many stories are there locally within the high school ranks of players changing programs and shining in their new school in ways that the old school would have not produced.

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