High School Football Tonight Finals in Guilford County:Monday August 26 Scoreboard

Here are the finals we have been able to locate tonight in Guilford County…Would have got you going sooner, but downtown baseball game ran long again tonight….

Here are those scores:
Eastern Guilford 28, Northeast Guilford 16
++++++++++Kamell Smith with three TD passes for the EG Wildcats and Perry Sharpe with 12 tackles for Eastern….
Ragsdale 33, Southern Guilford 13
*****Unofficial stats for Ragsdale QB Alston Hooker:259 passing/121 rushing/3 TD passes/1 rushing……..*****
Scotland County 27, Southeast Guilford 3
Reidsville 48, High Point Central 0
High Point Christian 55, Cannon Academy 6

*****More scores on the way….
Just outside our area:
Randleman 48, Asheboro 32
Western Alamance 9, Southern Alamance 0
WA(1-0)/SA(0-1)…The Karty kid from Western Alamance, who is headed to Stanford, kicked three field goals to win it for Western Alamance…That Karty Kid is quite the kicker…..
WS Reagan 14, Mount Tabor 7
Reagan(1-0)/Mount Tabor(0-1)
Wheatmore 36, West Davidson 27
Wheatmore(1-0)/West Davidson(0-1)


  1. Both Scotland and Southeast Guilford have the score at 28-13, Scotland on their MaxPreps pages…

    We will have to do some more checking….


  2. MaxPreps was wrong, just talked with Coach Tinsley from Southeast Guilford and the final was Scotland County 27, Southeast Guilford 3…We will adjust…

  3. Couple of college football notes…

    Landen Johnson from Dudley HS with 5 tackles and 1 Tackle for a Loss in his Saturday scrimmage for Catawba College…John Oxce, from Southwest Guilford High School, with two tackles and one TFL in that same scrimmage for Catawba….Good job by the locals at Catawba…Catawba recruited our area well…

    On Tre Turner, wide receiver at Virginia Tech and from Northwest Guilford High School:
    It wasn’t until his junior year that he started taking football seriously and eventually made it his primary focus. Fans in the area questioned the move at the time, but that didn’t stop Turner from blazing his own path by passing on suitors such as Florida, Florida State, Miami, North Carolina, Oklahoma and Notre Dame and heading to Virginia Tech.

    “Now the same people that were doubting me are big fans now,” Turner said.

    Turner caught 26 passes for 535 yards with four touchdowns in 2018 and came up with a memorable blocked punt against Virginia. He averaged 97.3 total yards and a touchdown in Tech’s final four games of the season (numbers comparable to the top receivers in the country).

    “I feel like I can make a lot of plays when the ball is in my hands, so when the ball is in my hands I’m definitely really happy,” Turner said. “As many times as they decide to get me the ball, I’m going to be very, very happy about that.”

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