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Bishop (6-1) 21 21 22 14 78Woodland (5-3) 8 18 18 21 65 Bishop 78 Noah Allred 21Dawson McAlhany 18Jake Ledbetter 13Nathan Fuller 11Seth Williams 11Rhett Spencer 2Thomas Markun 2 Woodland 65 Josh Westmoreland 28Blake Fritts 17Nathan Bryan 8Ethan Hiatt 6Blake Bryan 4Elijah Guy 2 Bishop McGuinness comes away with a victory on the first Friday night in front of their home crowd this season. The...read more
Asheboro, NCUwharrie Charter Bishop (5-1) 16 15 20 16 Uwharrie (3-3) 15 11 8 15 49 Bishop 67 Dawson McAlhany 15Jake Ledbetter 14Noah Allred 14Rhett Spencer 9Nathan Fuller 8Seth Williams 5Thomas Markun 2 Uwharrie 59 Garrett McCollum 15Jordan Harrison 12Dawson Dunn 10Cam Fordham 9Coleton Christian 8Alijah Boykin 5Dalon Arrington 4 Bishop McGuinness went on the road Thursday night in Asheboro, NC...read more
Bishop McGuinness hit the road for their first matchup of the 2019-2020 season. Facing a senior-heavy Roxboro Community team that made the elite eight last season in the NCHSAA 1A state playoffs.read more
In this Series, Rick takes a look at the coaches. The selfless coaches who run these AAU organizations and coach these high school teams, providing ample opportunities for the kids.read more
Sometimes, shots fall. Other times, they don’t. This was the main takeaway from Court Two during the first of three days at an exciting Phenom Team Camp at Queens University in Charlotte, North Carolina. Court Two was an action-packed site for most of the first day, including two match-ups that lived up to the hype. First up is the game between Moravian Prep (NC) and Chapmanville Regional...read more
Winston-Salem, NC NCHSAA 1A State Playoffs – Sweet 16 Bishop 8 20 10 18 56 WSP 10 15 12 16 53 Bishop 56 Cameron Caroway 20 Jake Ledbetter 14 Mac McAlhany 6 Dawson McAlhany 5 Andrew Budzinski 5 Gus O’Hale 4 Niel Ingle 2 WSP 53 Chaz Gwyn 21 Anthony Sellers 14 Stephen Minor 10 Zach Austin 8 Zaire Patterson 1 Bishop 21-8 WSP 23-5 Bishop McGuinness took down cross town rival and reigning State...read more
The state of North Carolina is blessed with an overabundance of talent. In the North Carolina 2018 class, 60 plus players signed with D1 schools and another 40 plus signed to play at the D2, D3, NAIA or Juco level. Quite impressive numbers! This year, the 2019 class is on the same course to have 100 plus players continue to play at the collegiate level. In our unsigned senior spotlight, we want...read more