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RS Central 3 CHASE 2 (OT)

HENRIETTA – RS Central football team traveled to CHASE on Wednesday night and the game became a contestant for Game of the Year when the Hilltoppers scored a 3-2 win in extra time.

The game remained largely goalless in the first half until CHASE’s Jordan Herron scored a goal just minutes before the end, which gave the Trojans a 1-0 advantage and went into the break.

RS Central equalized around the middle of the second half when Jose Chavez scored a penalty.

The score would hold up until the overtime. In the first extension, Herron gave CHASE a 2-1 lead with a penalty.

RS Central would have an answer in extra time as Jackson Knox scored an unassisted goal five minutes from time to end the game at 2. The Hilltoppers would take their first lead just two minutes later when Felix Thompson scored a goal to explain the 3. 2 finals.

Bryan Fabian-Sixtos and Nick Castrellon from CHASE each had support.

“CHASE always plays well for us, especially at home, and this year was no different,” said RS Central head coach Christian Monroe. “It was a tough, physical game with lots of action. I know the next time we play them it will be just as challenging. “

CHASE will travel to South Point on Monday while RS Central will travel to Lawndale to face Burns.

AVONDALE – The Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy Gryphons football team continued their hot game on Wednesday with a 5-0 victory over Cherryville.

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Jonathan Escalera led with two goals and two assists. Miller Plaster, Nathan Halladay and Ian Richards also scored goals in the win. Cooper Wantuch, Zac Flontek and Cole Henderson picked up assists while Ben Flontek and Saxton Riggs teamed up to keep the clean sheet.

TJCA will host the Piedmont Community Charter on Monday.

TJCA 50 Piedmont Community Charter 37

GASTONIA – The Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy (TJCA) boys basketball team took a road win over the Piedmont Community Charter (PCC) (50-37) on Wednesday.

Adonis King led the Gryphons with 17 points and 14 rebounds, while Isaiah Hicks lost 15 points.

The Gryphons will host Bessemer City next Wednesday.

Piedmont Community Charter 47 TJCA 38

GASTONIA – The Lady Gryphons have Wednesday, 47-38.

They will be active again on Wednesday against Bessemer City.

GASTONIA – The JV Gryphons took a big road win on Wednesday, knocking off PCC 43-25 behind 16 points from Kaden Fenner.

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